Posts Tagged: affect

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Postal Networks, Affect, and Going Astray: Aesthetic Solidarity

Presentation by Eileen Joy (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville). This paper will examine (or raise) the question of network affects, specifically in relation to (re)turns to outmoded communication technologies, such as the post-card and the mixtape, as seen especially in the

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Postal Networks, Affect, and Going Astray: Aesthetic Solidarity

Presentation by Eileen Joy (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville). This paper will examine (or raise) the question of network affects, specifically in relation to (re)turns to outmoded communication technologies, such as the post-card and the mixtape, as seen especially in the

The Distributed Sovereign: Political Affect and Network Protocols

Presentation by Jen Boyle (Coastal Carolina University). This presentation excavates a more textured understanding of the concept of “the protocol.” In contemporary networks and network studies, protocols refer to the horizontal and vertical translations that make possible the material enactments

The Distributed Sovereign: Political Affect and Network Protocols

Presentation by Jen Boyle (Coastal Carolina University). This presentation excavates a more textured understanding of the concept of “the protocol.” In contemporary networks and network studies, protocols refer to the horizontal and vertical translations that make possible the material enactments