Posts Tagged: circulatory models

Print Networks: Questions of Access and Expertise in the Renaissance

Presentation by Cindy Klestinec (Miami University). The Renaissance is marked by several revolutions: political, scientific, and print. Indeed, the printing press allowed new circulatory models as well as new “trading zones” to emerge in the information economy of the period.

Print Networks: Questions of Access and Expertise in the Renaissance

Presentation by Cindy Klestinec (Miami University). The Renaissance is marked by several revolutions: political, scientific, and print. Indeed, the printing press allowed new circulatory models as well as new “trading zones” to emerge in the information economy of the period.

Circulation Model

Speculative Security: Modeling Future Diseases and Climates

Presentation by Lindsay Thomas (UC Santa Barbara). Through surveying contemporary governmental simulation systems, this paper considers the interrelation of epidemic and climate/weather modeling and the ways in which such living networks imagine and build possible futures. I turn to both

Circulation Model

Speculative Security: Modeling Future Diseases and Climates

Presentation by Lindsay Thomas (UC Santa Barbara). Through surveying contemporary governmental simulation systems, this paper considers the interrelation of epidemic and climate/weather modeling and the ways in which such living networks imagine and build possible futures. I turn to both