[Msa-discuss] Amodern 8: Translation–Machination

Amodern Journal amodernjournal at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 16:53:45 EDT 2018


Announcing the launch of Amodern 8: Translation–Machination
An issue guest-edited by Christine Mitchell and Rita Raley

http://amodern.net


Amodern 8: Translation–Machination

Editorial
Christine Mitchell and Rita Raley

“LOVE.ABZ and the Task of the Machine Translator: An Interview with
Otso Huopaniemi”
Rita Raley

“The Translation of Process”
John Cayley

“Whether Something Works: Finding the Human in the Margins of Machine
Translation”
Christine Mitchell

“Optophonic Reading, Prototyping Optophones”
Tiffany Chan, Mara Mills, Jentery Sayers

“Crypto-Monolingualism: Machine Translation and the Poetics of Automation”
Avery Slater

“The Cryptological Origins of Machine Translation: From al-Kindi to Weaver”
Quinn DuPont

“Translating the Future: Transpilers and the New Temporalities of
Programming in JavaScript”
Andrew Pilsch

“The Complexity of Poetic Pattern: Recreating Early Work in Machine Translation”
Nick Montfort

“Translate and Describe: Archive-Based Image Description as an
Intermedia Translation Technique”
Jane Birkin

“Translation and Optical Media: Spirit-Channeling in Edward
FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám”
Karin Littau

“Translational Granularity”
Joe Milutis


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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 thegrain of determinism, we hope to
attract work that bears witness to media as complex assemblages of
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Founding Editors: Scott Pound and Darren Wershler
Managing Editor: Michael Nardone

Advisory Board
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Johanna Drucker
Matthew Fuller
Gary Genosko
Lisa Gitelman
Alan Liu
Jerome McGann
Marjorie Perloff
Brian Rotman
Kim Sawchuk
Will Straw


Editorial Board
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Jason Camlot
cris cheek
Jeff Derksen
Craig Dworkin
Lori Emerson
Jonathan Finn
John Maxwell
Christine Mitchell
Nick Montfort
Sianne Ngai
Bart Simon
Matt Soar
Braxton Soderman
Nicole Starosielski




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