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Media Archaeology – Ruptures and Relations (Karlstad, 03.02.2017)

Workshop, Friday, 3 February 2017, 11am-6pm, Karlstad University, Room: Minerva, 12C608 What is media archaeology (good for)? In recent years, the term has become something of a catch-phrase, being employed all the way from an expanded cinema history to techno-materialist … Continue reading

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Ann.: Beyond ENIAC: Early Digital Platforms & Practices (Siegen, 10.-12.06.2016)

Location: Ludwig Wittgenstein House, Unteres Schloß 3, 57072 Siegen, Germany Organizer: Thomas Haigh (thomas.haigh@gmail.com) Sponsor: Collaborative research center “Media of Cooperation” of Siegen University URL: http://www.tomandmaria.com/Tom/Workshop16 (check for updates) The publication of ENIAC In Action: Making and Remaking the Modern … Continue reading

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communication +1: Occult Communications: On Instrumentation, Esotericism, and Epistemology

communication +1 is pleased to present: Occult Communications: On Instrumentation, Esotericism, and Epistemology * Guest Edited by Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan * What can the occult, the obscure, and the incommunicable teach us about the history of communications and culture? Occult … Continue reading

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Event: Media Art Histories: Re-CREATE 2015

Ort: Montreal, Canada Datum: 5.-8-11.2015 Veranstalter: Hexagram – the International Network for Research-Creation in Media Arts, Design, Technology The 6th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology – Re-CREATE, will be hosted by Hexagram – the International Network … Continue reading

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Event: Aufschreibesysteme 1985 – 2015

Ort: Universität Bonn, Alte Sternwarte Datum: 11.12.2015 Veranstalter: Jens Schröter, Till A. Heilmann, Sarah Rüller Dreißig Jahre nach der Erstveröffentlichung von Aufschreibesysteme 1800 · 1900 ist die Provokation, die Friedrich Kittlers Habilitationsschrift für das hermeneutische Programm der Geisteswissenschaften bedeutete, dem akademischen Alltag einer arrivierten … Continue reading

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