Posts Tagged: audio technologies

Roxy Theater

Digging Through Archives and Dirt: Entangling Media Archaeology, Archaeology Proper, and Architectural History

Presentation by Shannon Mattern (The New School). In the introduction to their new media archaeology anthology, Erkki Huhtamo and Jussi Parikka propose that “[m]edia archaeology should not be confused with archaeology as a discipline. When media archaeologists claim that they

Roxy Theater

Digging Through Archives and Dirt: Entangling Media Archaeology, Archaeology Proper, and Architectural History

Presentation by Shannon Mattern (The New School). In the introduction to their new media archaeology anthology, Erkki Huhtamo and Jussi Parikka propose that “[m]edia archaeology should not be confused with archaeology as a discipline. When media archaeologists claim that they

Tin Pan Alley

Tin Pan Alley: Critiquing an Intermedial Network, circa 1900

Presentation by Keir Keightley (University of Western Ontario). To this day, the idea of the “alley” can figure modernity’s production of concentrated or interdependent industrial zones (e.g. Automation Alley in Detroit, Silicon Alley in New York). But the first such

Tin Pan Alley

Tin Pan Alley: Critiquing an Intermedial Network, circa 1900

Presentation by Keir Keightley (University of Western Ontario). To this day, the idea of the “alley” can figure modernity’s production of concentrated or interdependent industrial zones (e.g. Automation Alley in Detroit, Silicon Alley in New York). But the first such

“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