[Msa-discuss] Amodern: Network Archaeology
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Thu Oct 3 13:44:17 EDT 2013
Announcing the launch of Amodern 2: Network Archaeology
A special issue guest-edited by cris cheek, Braxton Soderman and Nicole Starosielski
Amodern 2: Network Archaeology
Nicole Starosielski, Braxton Soderman, cris cheek
"Circulating Concepts: Networks and Media Archaeology"
an interview with Jussi Parikka, by Braxton Soderman and Nicole Starosielski
"Re-engaging the Humanities"
an interview with Alan Liu, by Scott Pound
"Pentameters toward the Dissoloution of certain Vectoralist Relations"
"The Information Defense Industry and the Culture of Networks"
"Terms of Reference & Vectoralist Transgressions: Situating Certain Literary Transactions over Networked Services"
"Last In, First Out: Network Archaeology of/as the Stack"
"On Lists and Networks: An Archaeology of Form"
"Holding Electronic Networks by the Wrong End"
"Infrastructure and Intermediality: Network Archaeology at Gaumont's Cité Elgé"
"Connections Concealed: Signaling (Racial) Excess from the Historic Movie Palace-Turned-Church"
"Ear to the Wire: Listening to Historic Urban Infrastructures"
"Electric Cinema, Pylon Poetry"
"Henry Charles Beck, Material Culture and the London Tube Map of 1933"
"Picturing Networks: Railroads and Photographs"
"Dematerialized Infrastructures: On the Ethereal Origins of Local Area Networks"
"Divining the Network with the Forked Twig: An Archaeological Approach to Locative Media"
"Of Other Networks: Closed-World and Green-World Networks in the Work of John C. Lilly"
"Half-Inch Revolution: The Guerrilla Video Tape Network"
"Transfiguring the Newspaper: From Paper to Microfilm to Database"
"A Network Archaeology of Unauthorized Comic Book Scans"
Darren Wershler, Kalervo Sinervo, Shannon Tien
AMODERN is a peer-reviewed, open access scholarly journal devoted to
the study of media, culture, and poetics. Its purpose is to provide a
forum for interdisciplinary conversations about the role of media and
technology in contemporary cultural practices. We are particularly
interested in those topics that normally escape scrutiny, or are
ignored or excluded for whatever reason.
The journal is distinguished by its focus on poetics as a scholarly
practice, with particular emphasis on the unruly ways that people
deploy media and technology behind, beneath, and despite their
instrumental functions. Against the grain of determinism, we hope to
attract work that bears witness to media as complex assemblages of
institutions, subjects, bodies, objects, and discourses.
Please send all submissions and queries to:
submissions at amodern.net
Founding Editors: Scott Pound and Darren Wershler
Managing Editor: Michael Nardone
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