MICHAEL DARROCH is Associate Professor of Media Arts and Culture in the School of Creative Arts, and Associate Dean, Partnership Development & Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Windsor. He was Founding Director (2010-16) and is now Co-Director of the IN/TERMINUS Creative Research Collective. He held a Visiting Fellowship at the Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory (University of London, 2015), a Humanities Research Group Fellowship (University of Windsor, 2016-17), and a McLuhan Centenary Fellowship (iSchool, University of Toronto, 2016-18). Recent SSHRC-funded projects have investigated international connections at the foundation of interdisciplinary media studies in postwar Toronto and Canada. He co-edited the collection Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban (MQUP 2014), an interdisciplinary collection that situates different historical and methodological currents in urban media studies. His publications engage with issues in urban media cultures, history of media and media studies, borderlands studies, performance, language, sound, and translation.