Eric McLuhan is an internationally-known lecturer on communication and media who has over 40 years’ teaching experience in subjects ranging from reading and literature to media, culture and communication theory. He has taught at many colleges and universities in both Canada and abroad. He worked with Marshall McLuhan for many years and has also done extensive communication research. In 1980, he developed the Thinking and Writing workshops, and founded McLuhan & Davies Communications, Inc. He has published books and articles on media, perception, and literature, and the arts. Most recently, The Human Equation series (2011, 2012), Theories of Communication (2011), Media and Formal Cause (2011), The Sensus Communis, Synesthesia, and the Soul—An Odyssey (2015) and Cynic Satire (2016).