Culture Machine – The e-issue

Numéro de la revue Culture Machine consacré à la littérature électronique. Variable dans l’intérêt de la chose, mais à jour… (en mars 2003, du moins!). Collaborateurs intéressants.

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CULTURE MACHINE 5 (2003)
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The e-Issue

Edited by Gary Hall

Featuring:

N. Katherine Hayles, ‘Deeper into the Machine: The Future of Electronic Literature’

Mark Amerika, ‘Literary Ghosts’

Ted Striphas, ‘Book 2.0’

Andy Miah, ‘(e)text: Error…404 Not Found! or The Disappearance of History’

Gary Hall, ‘The Cultural Studies e-Archive Project (Original Pirate Copy)’

Alan Clinton, ‘Wavespeech, Tapespeech, Blipspeech’

Charlie Gere, ‘Can Art History Go On Without a Body?’

Anna Munster, ‘ »This Fanciful and Colourful Image »: The Image of New Media within the Contemporary Art-Science Nexus’

Cathryn Vasseleu, ‘What is Virtual Light?’

Chris Chesher, ‘Layers of Code, Layers of Subjectivity’

Gregory L. Ulmer, ‘After Method: The Remake (Introduction to Ackeracy in Reporting)’

Gregory L. Ulmer, ‘Ackeracy in Reporting (Last Supper in Santa Barbara by Paolo Veronese)’

Bernard Stiegler, ‘Our Ailing Educational Institutions’

Culture Machine welcomes original, unpublished, unsolicited submissions on any aspect of culture and theory. Anyone with material they would like to submit for publication is invited to contact:

Culture Machine c/o Dave Boothroyd and Gary Hall

e-mail: g.hall@tees.ac.uk or d.boothroyd@ukc.ac.uk

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