Category Archives: Panel: Theorizing Network Movement

Network F(or)ever

Presentation by Briankle G. Chang (University of Massachusetts, Amherst). If we could speak of network, as I am intending to do now, it is because we are already in the network we are speaking about.  Taking this as its starting

Network F(or)ever

Presentation by Briankle G. Chang (University of Massachusetts, Amherst). If we could speak of network, as I am intending to do now, it is because we are already in the network we are speaking about.  Taking this as its starting

list

A Media Archaeology of the List: Knowledge and Materiality in History

Presentation by Liam Young (University of Western Ontario). This paper examines ‘the list’ as a communicative device and material form. It seeks to map out functional connections between the list and the network as a means by which to more

list

A Media Archaeology of the List: Knowledge and Materiality in History

Presentation by Liam Young (University of Western Ontario). This paper examines ‘the list’ as a communicative device and material form. It seeks to map out functional connections between the list and the network as a means by which to more

Optical

The Mycelium is the Mushroom

Presentation by Braxton Soderman (Miami University). This paper refashions, or de-fashions, Marshall McLuhan’s statement “The Medium is the Message” in terms of Sigmund Freud’s comment in his The Interpretation of Dreams that “the dream-wish arises like a mushroom out of

Optical

The Mycelium is the Mushroom

Presentation by Braxton Soderman (Miami University). This paper refashions, or de-fashions, Marshall McLuhan’s statement “The Medium is the Message” in terms of Sigmund Freud’s comment in his The Interpretation of Dreams that “the dream-wish arises like a mushroom out of

“Her Lips Are Copper Wire”: Linguistics, Networks, and the Great Migration

Presentation by Erin E. Edwards (Miami University). This paper forms an assemblage between Jean Toomer’s 1923 Cane and Deleuze and Guattari’s “November 20, 1923—Postulates of Linguistics,” from A Thousand Plateaus.  November 20, 1923, marks the date when the Weimar Republic

“Her Lips Are Copper Wire”: Linguistics, Networks, and the Great Migration

Presentation by Erin E. Edwards (Miami University). This paper forms an assemblage between Jean Toomer’s 1923 Cane and Deleuze and Guattari’s “November 20, 1923—Postulates of Linguistics,” from A Thousand Plateaus.  November 20, 1923, marks the date when the Weimar Republic