OPEN REFLECTIONS

Recursive Historiographical Work and the Responsibility of the Historian: Adrian Johns

Culture Machine Live, a series of podcasts which consider a range of issues including the digital humanities, internet politics, the future of cultural studies, cultural theory and philosophy, is pleased … Continue reading

April 13, 2015 · Leave a comment

On Liquid Books and Fluid Humanities (part III)

Chapter 6 of my thesis explores both the discursive-material practices that have promoted the idea and use of the book as a fixed object of communication, as well as more … Continue reading

March 8, 2015 · 4 Comments

On Liquid Books and Fluid Humanities (part II)

Chapter 6 of my thesis explores both the discursive-material practices that have promoted the idea and use of the book as a fixed object of communication, as well as more … Continue reading

March 6, 2015 · 3 Comments

On Liquid Books and Fluid Humanities (part I)

Chapter 6 of my thesis explores both the discursive-material practices that have promoted the idea and use of the book as a fixed object of communication, as well as more … Continue reading

March 5, 2015 · 2 Comments

Notes on Unbound Books – A Conference Report (Part I)

Last month I attended The Unbound Book conference, a three day gathering of experts on books, publishing and reading, to collaboratively explore the future of the book and the transformation … Continue reading

June 30, 2011 · 1 Comment

New Visions for the Book III: Liquid Books

Part 1 – Fluid environments and liquid publications The ease with which nowadays continual updates can be made has brought into question not only the stability of documents but at … Continue reading

February 23, 2011 · Leave a comment

Scanners, collectors and aggregators. On the ‘underground movement’ of (pirated) theory text sharing

“But as I say, let’s play a game of science fiction and imagine for a moment: what would it be like if it were possible to have an academic equivalent … Continue reading

September 20, 2009 · 17 Comments

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