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Details the emergence of a nascent algorithmic war culture in the context of the Iraq
Offers insights into the digitization and unmanned automaton of war.
Uses comparative historical frameworks to illuminate the genealogies of the algorithmic logics in warfare.
Stefka Hristova, Soonkwan Hong, and Jennifer Daryl Slack
Algorithmic Culture: How Big Data and Artificial Intelligence are Transforming Everyday Life explores the complex ways in which algorithms and big data, or algorithmic culture, are simultaneously reshaping everyday culture while perpetuating inequality and intersectional discrimination. Contributors situate issues of humanity, identity, and culture in relation to free will, surveillance, capitalism, neoliberalism, consumerism, solipsism, and creativity, offering a critique of the myriad constraints enacted by algorithms. This book argues that consumers are undergoing an ontological overhaul due to the enhanced manipulability and increasingly mandatory nature of algorithms in the market, while also positing that algorithms may help navigate through chaos that is intrinsically present in the market democracy. Ultimately, Algorithmic Culture calls attention to the present-day cultural landscape as a whole as it has been reconfigured and re-presented by algorithms.
Patty Sotirin, Steven A. Walton, and Sue Collins
This collection offers a multifaceted exploration of World War One and its aftermath in the northern American Heartland, a region often overlooked in wartime histories. The chapters feature archival and newspaper documentation and visual imagery from this era. The first section, “Heartland Histories,” explores experiences of conscription and home front mobilization in the small communities of the heartland, highlighting tensions associated with patriotism, class, ethnicities, and locale. In one chapter, the previously unpublished cartoon art of a USAF POW displays his Midwestern sensibilities. Section Two, “Homefront Propaganda,” examines the cultural networks disseminating national war messages, notably the critical work of local theaters, Four Minute Men, the Allied War Exhibitions, and the local commemorative displays of military relics. Section Three, “Gender in/and War,” highlights aspects often over-shadowed by male experiences of the war itself, including the patriotic mother, androgynous representations in wartime propaganda, and masculine violence following the war. Together, this volume provides rich portraits of the complexities of heartland home front experiences and legacies.
Performing Math tells the history of expectations for math communication—and the conversations about math hatred and math anxiety that occurred in response. Focusing on nineteenth-century American colleges, this book analyzes foundational tools and techniques of math communication: the textbooks that supported reading aloud, the burnings that mimicked pedagogical speech, the blackboards that accompanied oral presentations, the plays that proclaimed performers’ identities as math students, and the written tests that redefined “student performance.” Math communication and math anxiety went hand in hand as new rules for oral communication at the blackboard inspired student revolt and as frameworks for testing student performance inspired performance anxiety. With unusual primary sources from over a dozen educational archives, Performing Math argues for a new, performance-oriented history of American math education, one that can explain contemporary math attitudes and provide a way forward to reframing the problem of math anxiety.
Diane L. Shoos
This is the first book to critically examine Hollywood films that focus on male partner violence against women. These films include Gaslight, Sleeping with the Enemy, What’s Love Got to Do with It, Dolores Claiborne, Enough, and Safe Haven. Shaped by the contexts of postfeminism, domestic abuse post-awareness, and familiar genre conventions, these films engage in ideological “gaslighting” that reaffirms our preconceived ideas about men as abusers, women as victims, and the racial and class politics of domestic violence. While the films purport to condemn abuse and empower abused women, this study proposes that they tacitly reinforce the very attitudes that we believe we no longer tolerate. Shoos argues that films like these limit not only popular understanding but also social and institutional interventions.
The publication of Cultural Studies 1983 is a touchstone event in the history of Cultural Studies and a testament to Stuart Hall's unparalleled contributions. The eight foundational lectures Hall delivered at the University of Illinois in 1983 introduced North American audiences to a thinker and discipline that would shift the course of critical scholarship. Hall discusses the work of Richard Hoggart, Raymond Williams, and E. P. Thompson; the influence of structuralism; the limitations and possibilities of Marxist theory; and the importance of Althusser and Gramsci.
Jennifer Daryl Slack and J. MacGregor Wise
From mobile phones to surveillance cameras, from fracking to genetically modified food, we live in an age of intense debate about technology’s place in our culture. Culture and Technology is an essential guide to that debate and its fascinating history. Slack and Wise untangle and expose cultural assumptions that underlie our thinking about technology, stories so deeply held we often don’t recognize their influence. The book considers the perceived inevitability of technological progress, the role of control and convenience, and the very sense of what technology is. Most important, it builds an alternative, cultural studies approach for engaging technological culture, one that considers politics, economics, space, time, identity, and change. After all, what we think and what we do make a difference.
Dana Van Kooy
Dana Van Kooy draws critical attention to Percy Bysshe Shelley as a dramatist and argues that his dramas represent a critical paradigm of romanticism in which history is 'staged'. Reading Shelley's dramas as a series of radical stages - historical reenactments and theatrical reproductions - Van Kooy highlights the cultural significance of the drama and the theatre in shaping and contesting constructions of both the sovereign nation and the global empire in the post-Napoleonic era. It examines each of Shelley's dramas as a specific radical stage that reformulates the familiar cultural performances of war, revolution, slavery and domestic tyranny. Although Shelley's dramas are few in number they engage a larger cultural project of aesthetic and political reform that constituted a groundswell of activism that took place during the Romantic period.
Edited by Michael Bowler and Ingo Farin
Examines and confronts Heidegger's hermeneutical approach to philosophy and the history of philosophy. Heidegger's work, both early and late, has had a profound impact on hermeneutics and hermeneutical philosophy. The essays in this volume are striking in the way they exhibit the variety of perspectives on the development and role of hermeneutics in Heidegger's work, allowing a multiplicity of views on the nature of hermeneutics and hermeneutical philosophy to emerge. As Heidegger argues, the rigor and strength of philosophy do not consist in the development of a univocal and universal method, but in philosophy's ability to embrace—not just tolerate—the questioning of its basic concepts. The essays in Hermeneutical Heidegger are exemplars of this kind of rigor and strength.
Carlos M. Amador
This book argues for a new reading of the political and ethical through the literatures of Argentina, Chile, and Paraguay from 1970-2000. Carlos Amador reads a series of examples from the last dictatorship and the current post-dictatorship period in the Southern Cone, including works by Augusto Roa Bastos, Roberto Bolaño, Ceferino Reato, Horacio Verbitsky, Nelly Richard, Diamela Eltit, and Willy Thayer, with the goal of uncovering the logic behind their conceptions of belonging and rejection. Focusing on theoretical concepts that make possible the formation of any and all communities, this study works towards a vision of literature as essential to the structure of ethics.
- Archer, J. (2023), Haptics, Human Augmentics, and Human-Machine Communication. In The Sage Handbook of Human-Machine Communication. Guzman, Andrea L., McEwen, Rhonda, & Jones, Steve (Eds.)
- Books and Edited Collections:
- Catholicism and Phenomenology, Special Issue of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (Volume 95, Number 3, Summer 2021), co-edited with Dr. Mirela Oliva (University of St. Thomas, Houston)
- Hermeneutical Heidegger, co-edited with Dr. Ingo Farin (UTAS) (Northwestern University Press, Evanston, 2016)
- Heidegger and Aristotle: Philosophy as Praxis (Continuum, London and New York, 2008)
- Articles, Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings:
- “The Nature of Sacred Time,” Catholicism and Phenomenology, special issue of American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Volume 95, Number 3, Summer 2021.
- Complicated Presence: Heidegger and the Postmetaphysical Unity of Being by Jussi Backman, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2017 (Review Article)
- "Introduction" (with Ingo Farin) in Hermeneutical Heidegger, edited by Michael Bowler and Ingo Farin (Northwestern University Press, 2016), pp. 3 – 19
- "Heidegger and the Hermeneutic Understanding of Human Being" in Hermeneutical Heidegger, edited by Michael Bowler and Ingo Farin (Northwestern University Press, 2016), pp. 93 – 112
- "Heidegger, Aristotle, and Philosophical Leisure," Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, vol. 88, 2014, pp. 273 – 283
- "An Existential Conception of Culture," Studia Philosophiae Christianae, vol. 49, issue 4, 2013, pp. 9 – 24
- "Heidegger on Hermeneutic Rationality: Logos and World," Hermeneutic Rationality, International Studies in Hermeneutics and Phenomenology, vol. 3 (Lit-Verlag: Berlin, 2012), pp. 153 – 164
- "Does a STEM Researcher's Role Orientation Predict His or Her Ethical Sensitivity to Responsible Conduct of Research?" First author with co-authors: Susan Amato, et al., Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2011
- Gadamer's Dialectical Hermeneutics by Lauren Swayne Barthold, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2010 (Review Article)
- "Assessing Role Orientation Among STEM Researchers: The Development of a Research Role Orientation Inventory," First author with co-authors: Susan Amato, et al., Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2010
- "Testing for Ethical Sensitivity to Responsible Conduct of Research among Multi-National STEM Researchers," First author with co-authors: Susan Amato, et al., Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2010
- Review, Chinatown Film Culture: The Appearance of Cinema in San Francisco’s Chinese Neighborhood (Kim K. Fahlstedt. Berkeley: University California, 2020) California History 100, 1 (Feb. 2023): 95-98.
- "What Film and Cultural Histories Can Teach Us about YouTubers," History of Media Studies, 1 (2021), https://hms.mediastudies.press/pub/collins-film-cultural/release/2
- Home Front in the American Heartland: Local Experiences and Legacies of World War I, co-edited with Patty Sotirin and Steven Walton. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2020.
- "Copper Country Motion Picture Theaters and World War I" In Home Front in the American Heartland: Local Experiences and Legacies of World War I, edited by Patty Sotirin, Steven Walton, and Sue Collins,138-167. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2020.
- "Star Testimonies: World War and the Cultural Politics of Authority." In Cinema’s Military Industrial Complex, edited by Haidee Wasson and Lee Grieveson, 281-304. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2018.
- “Star Testimonies and Trailers: Mobilizing During World War I,” Cinema Journal, 57.1 (Fall 2017): 46-70.
- “Politainment,” co-authored with Kristina Riegert, International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, edited by Gianpietro Mazzoleni, 974- 984. MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.
- “Send Your Soldier to the Show with Smileage: Film, Cultural Policy, and the World War I Training Camps,” Film History, 26, 1 (April 2014): 1-49.
- "Performing Ordinary: Politicians, Celebrity, & the Politics of Representation on Entertainment Talk," Popular Culture Studies Journal, 2 (October 2014): 109-139. Online issue: http://mpcaaca.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/B06-Collins-Performing-Ordinary.pdf
- “I’m Not a Celebrity but I Play One on Late-Night TV: The Problem with Politicians and Celebrity.” In Venomous Speech and Other Problems in American Political Discourse, Vol. 2, edited by Clarke Rountree, 339-358. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2013.
- “Propaganda Studies: The U.S. Interwar Years.” In Media History and the Foundations of Media Studies, Vol. 1, The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, edited by John Nerone and Angharad Valdivia, 578-609. MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
- “After 4 Years of a Celebrity President,” is Romney the Anti-Celebrity Candidate?” Contributing curator, In Media Res, “Political Polarization” theme week, August 13-17, 2012; online publication: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2012/08/13/after-4-years-celebrity-president-romney-anti-celebrity-candidate
- “Bonding with the Crowd: Silent Film Stars, Liveness, and the Public Sphere.” In Convergence Media History, edited by Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake, 117-126. New York: Routledge, 2009.
- “Celebrity Activism and 9/11: ‘A Simple Show of Unity.’” In War Isn’t Hell, It’s Entertainment: War in Modern Culture and Visual Media, edited by Rikke Schubart and Fabian Virchow, Tanja Thomas and Debra White-Stanley, 77-93. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland Publishers, 2009.
- “Making the Most Out of Fifteen Minutes: Reality TV’s Dispensable Celebrity,” Television & New Media, 9, 2 (March 2008), 87-110.Reprinted in The Television Reader: Critical Perspective in Canadian and US Television Studies, edited by Mirrlees, Tanner, and Joseph Kispal-Kovacs. Oxford University Press, 2012.
- “Traversing Authenticities: President Bartlet and Activist Sheen?” In Politicotainment: Television’s Take on the Real, edited by Kristina Riegert, 181-211. New York: Peter Lang, 2007.
- Fiss, A. "'For Computing Is Our Duty': Algorithmic Workers, Servants, and Women at the Harvard Observatory." In Algorithmic Modernity: Mechanizing Thought and Action, 1500-2000, edited by M. Mazzotti and M.G. Ames. Oxford University Press, 2022, pp.127-143.
- Bessette, D., C. Schelly, L.S. Oblabisi, V.S. Gagnon, A. Fiss, K.L. Arola, E. Matz, R. Ong, and K.E. Halvorsen. "Energy democracy in practice: Centering energy sovereignty in rural communities and Tribal Nations." In Routledge Handbook of Energy Democracy. Routledge, 2021, pp.408-419.
- Fiss, A. "Ridicule, Technical Communication, and Nineteenth-Century Women Performing College Math." Technical Communication Quarterly 30, no.2 (2021): 143-156.
- Schelly, C., V. Gagnon, K. Arola, A. Fiss, M. Schaefer, and K.E. Halvorsen. “Cultural imaginaries or incommensurable ontologies? Relationality and sovereignty as worldviews in socio-technological system transitions.” Energy Research & Social Science 80 (October 2021): 102242.
- Schelly, C., D. Bessette, K. Brosemer, V. Gagnon, K.L. Arola, A. Fiss, J.M. Pearce, and K.E. Halvorsen. "Energy Policy for Energy Sovereignty: Can Policy Tools Enhance Energy Sovereignty?" Solar Energy 205 (15 July 2020): 109-112.
- Fiss, A. "Mathmagics of Media Princesses: Informal STEM Learning, STEM Rhetorics, and Animated Children's Movies." Peitho 22.1 (Fall/Winter 2019): 128-142.
- Fiss, A. and L.K. Fiss. "Laughing Out of Math Class: The Vassar Mathematikado and Nineteenth-Century Women's Education." Configurations 27.3 (Summer 2019): 301-329.
- Fiss, A. "Structures of Antifeminism: Drugs and Women’s Education in the Texts of Dr. Clarke." Peitho 21.1 (Fall/Winter 2018): 81-103.
- Fiss, A. "Studying Objects, Objectifying Students: Natural History at Women's Colleges in Postbellum New York State." New York History 98.2 (Spring 2017): 205-229.
- Fiss, A. "Mathematics and Mourning: Textbook Burial and Student Culture Before and After the Civil War, 1853-1880." History of Education Quarterly 57.2 (May 2017): 221-246.
- Fiss, A. and M. Vest. Broadcasting Science Writing: Media Translations in Liberal Arts Pedagogy. NITLE's Special Issue on Digital Collaboration and Blended/Hybrid Learning (August 2014).
- Fiss, A. "Cultivating Parabolas in the Parlor Garden: Reconciling Mathematics Education and Feminine Ideals in Nineteenth-Century America." Science & Education, Special Issue on the History and Philosophy of Mathematics Education. 23, no.1 (2014): 241-250.
- Chaney, J., A. Fiss, P. Carey, and F. Iacobelli. "Graduate School and Family." In GPS for Graduate School: Students Share Their Stories. Purdue: Purdue University Press, 2014.
- Fiss, A. "Problems of Abstraction: Defining an American Standard for Mathematics Education at the Turn of the Twentieth Century." Science & Education 21, no.8 (2012): 1185-1197.
Laura Kasson Fiss
- Laura Kasson Fiss, The Idler’s Club: Humour and Mass Readership from Jerome K. Jerome to P. G. Wodehouse. Edinburgh University Press, 2023.
- Laura Kasson Fiss and Darnishia Slade-Morris, “Reflecting on Culture in an Immersion Experience: How to Prepare Students for the Unexpected,” 2022 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, June 2022. https://peer.asee.org/41399
- Laura Kasson Fiss, John Irwin, and Yin-Yin (Sarah) Tan, “S-STEM Student Reflections and IDP Process,” 2021 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, June 2021. https://peer.asee.org/37693
Lorelle A. Meadows, Maura Hollister, Mary Raber, and Laura Kasson Fiss, “GPA as a Product, Not a Measure, of Success,” in The Demonstrable Value of Honors Education: New Research Evidence, ed. Andrew Cognard-Black, National Collegiate Honors Council Monograph Series, 2019, pp. 115-149.
- Andrew Fiss and Laura Kasson Fiss, “Laughing Out of Math Class: The Vassar Mathematikado and Nineteenth-Century Women’s Education.” Configurations, 27, no. 3, 2019, pp. 301-329.
- Lorelle A. Meadows, Mary Raber, and Laura Kasson Fiss, “Innovation and Inclusion—Applying design thinking and lean startup in the honors context,” Excellence, Innovation and Ingenuity in Honors Education, ed. Graeme Harper (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019) 79-97.
- Laura Kasson Fiss, Lorelle A. Meadows, Mary Raber, Kari B. Henquinet, and Richard Berkey, “An Educational Framework to Promote Self-Authorship in Engineering Undergraduates,” Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Tampa, Florida, June 2019. https://peer.asee.org/32058
- Michelle E. Jarvie-Eggart, Laura Kasson Fiss, and Karla Saari Kitalong. "Exploring the Relationship Between Communication Skills and Performance in First-Year Engineering," Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Tampa, Florida, June 2019. https://peer.asee.org/32815
- Michelle Jarvie-Eggart, Laura Kasson Fiss, and Karla Saari Kitalong, “Comparing First Year Engineering Students’ Math and Verbal ACT scores and Performance in Introductory Engineering and Composition Courses,” Paper presented at 2018 FYEE Conference, Glassboro, New Jersey, July 2018. https://peer.asee.org/31389
- Laura Kasson Fiss, “Out With It, as the Subeditor Said to the Novel: Wellerisms and the Humor of Excerption.” Victorian Periodicals Review, vol. 40, no. 1, 2017, pp. 228-37.
- Laura Kasson Fiss, “The Idler’s Club: Humor and Sociability in the Age of New Journalism.” Victorian Periodicals Review, vol. 49, no. 3, 2016, pp. 415-30
- Laura Kasson Fiss, “Pushing at the Boundaries of the Book: Humor, Mediation and Distance in Carroll, Thackeray, and Stevenson.”The Lion and the Unicorn 38, no. 3, 2014 pp. 258-278.
- Laura Kasson Fiss, “‘This particularly rapid, unintelligible patter’: Patter songs and the word-music relationship.” The Cambridge Companion to Gilbert and Sullivan. Ed. David Eden and Meinhard Saremba. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. 98-108.
- Review of Music & the British Military in the Long Nineteenth Century, by Trevor Herbert and Helen Barlow; Music and Academia in Victorian Britain, by Rosemary Golding; and Music and Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Britain, edited by Paul Rodmell. Victorian Studies, vol. 58, no. 2, 2016, pp. 356-59.
J. W. Hammond
Hammond, J. W., Brownell, S., Byrd, W. C., Cheng, S. J., McKay, T. A., & Tarchinski, N. A. (2022). Infrastructuring to scale multi-institutional equity and inclusion innovations. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 54(4), 37-43.
Gere, A. R., Curzan, A., Hammond, J. W., Hughes, S., Li, R., Smith, K., Van Zanen, K., Wheeler, K., & Zanders, C. (2021). Communal justicing: Writing assessment, disciplinary infrastructure, and the case for critical language awareness. College Composition and Communication, 72(3), 384-412.
Hammond, J. W., Brownell, S. E., Kedharnath, N. A., Cheng, S. J., & Byrd, W. C. (2021, Sept. 23). Why the term ‘JEDI’ is problematic for describing programs that promote justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Scientific American.
Lawlor, J., Hammond, J. W., Lagoze, C., M. Huynh, & Moss, P. A. (2021). Platformed knowledge brokerage in education: Power and possibilities. In M. Weber & I. Yanovitzky (Eds.), Networks, knowledge brokers, & the public policymaking process (pp. 315-350). Palgrave Macmillan.
Gold, D., & Hammond, J. W. (2020). Writing instruction in US colleges and schools: The twentieth century and the new millennium. In J. J. Murphy & C. Thaiss (Eds.), A short history of writing instruction: From ancient Greece to today’s United States (4th ed.) (pp. 272-316). New York, NY: Routledge.
Hammond, J. W., Moss, P. A., Huynh, M. Q., & Lagoze, C. (2020). Research synthesis infrastructures: Shaping knowledge in education. Review of Research in Education, 44(1), 1-35.
Wardle, E., Adler-Kassner, L., Alexander J., Elliot, N., Hammond, J. W., Poe, M., Rhodes, J., & Womack, A.-M. (2019). Recognizing the limits of threshold concept theory. In L. Adler-Kassner & E. Wardle (Eds.), (Re)considering what we know: Learning thresholds in writing, composition, rhetoric, and literacy (pp. 15-35). UP Colorado.
Hammond, J. W. (2019). Making our invisible racial agendas visible: Race talk in Assessing Writing, 1994-2018. Assessing Writing, 42, 1-19.
Duffy, M., Hammond, J. W., & Cheng, S. J. (2019). Preaching to the choir or composing new verses? Toward a writerly climate literacy in undergraduate biology. Ecology and Evolution, 9(22), 12360-12373.
Hammond, J. W. (2019). Definitive programs: Rhetoric, computing technologies, and the (pre)history of controversy over automated essay scoring, 1941-1965. In L. Hirsu & J. Jones (Eds.), Rhetorical machines: Past, present, and future conversations in rhetoric and computation (pp. 48-68). Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.
Hammond, J. W. (2018). Toward a social historiography for writing assessment. M. Poe, A. B. Inoue, & N. Elliot (Eds.), Writing assessment, social justice, and the advancement of opportunity (pp. 41-70). UP Colorado.
Banks, W. P., Burns, M. S., Caswell, N. I., Cream, R., Dougherty, T. R., Elliot, N., Gomes, M., Hammond, J. W., Harms, K. L., Inoue, A. B., Lederman, J., Molloy, S., Moreland, C., Nulton, K. S., Peckham, I., Poe, M., Sassi, K. J., Toth, C., & Warwick, N. (2018). The braid of writing assessment, social justice, and the advancement of opportunity: Eighteen assertions on writing assessment with commentary. In M. Poe, A. B. Inoue, & N. Elliot (Eds.), Writing assessment, social justice, and the advancement of opportunity (pp. 379-425). UP Colorado.
Hammond, J. W., & Garcia, M. (2017). The micropolitics of pathways: Teacher education, writing assessment, and the common core. Journal of Writing Assessment, 10(1).
Hammond, J. W. & Moss, P. A. (2017). Validity theory in measurement. In M. A. Peters (Ed.), Encyclopedia of educational philosophy and theory (pp. 2308-2312). Springer.
Garcia, M., & Hammond, J. W. (2016). Investigating the ‘teacher savior’: Veronica Mars and the mysteries of education. In M. Readman (Ed.), Teaching and learning on screen: Mediated pedagogies (pp. 45-62).
Proto-Algorithmic War: How the Iraq War became a laboratory for algorithmic logicsPalgrave Press, Social and Cultural Studies of Robots and AI series. Read More.
- “Traces: Photographic Negatives and the Quest for Truth,” Visual Resources Journal. Special Issue “What is an Image, Now?” December 2022. Read More.
- “Sociality, Appearance, and Surveillance in Digital Political Activism” in Visual Activism in the 21st Century: Art, Protest and Resistance in an Uncertain World. Eds. Stephanie Hartle and Darcie White. Bloomsbury, 2022. Read More.
- “Emptied Faces: In search for an algorithmic punctum,” in Faces on Screen: New Approaches. Ed. Alice Maurice. Edinburg University Press, 2022. Read More.
- "Portraiture, Surveillance, and the Continuity Aesthetic of Blur" Frames Cinema Journal. 18. 2021. Read More.
- "Training for the Algorithmic Machine" Media and Communications. 9(2), 2021. Read More.
Algorithmic Culture: How Big Data and AI are Transforming Everyday Life. Eds. Stefka Hristova, Soonkwan Hong, Jennifer D. Slack. Lexington Books, 2021. Read More.
- Hristova, Stefka. “Charting the Territory: Space and Power in the Iraq War” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies. Vol. 17. No 4. October 2018. Read More
- Beatty, Joel and Hristova, Stefka “Articulating Race: Reading Skin Color as Taxonomy and as Biodata” Surveillance, Race, Culture. Eds. Susan Flynn and Antonia Mackay. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Pp. 21-42.
- Blue Screen of Death: disrupting transparent windows, composite media, and the aesthetics of continuity Read More
- “Images as Data: Cultural Analytics and Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne.” International Journal of Digital Art History, vol.2, October 2016. Read More
- “Ruin, Rubble, and the Necropolitics of History.” Transformations, no. 28, September 19, 2016. Read More
- "Recognizing Friend and Foe: Biometrics, Veridiction, and the Iraq War" Surveillance and Society. Vol 12, N4 (December 2014). Read More
- “Visual Memes as Neutralizers of Political Dissent” TripleC Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society. Special Issue on Critical Visual Theory. Vol 12. N. 1 (2014): 265-276. Read More
- “’Doing a Lynndie’: Iconography of a Gesture” Visual Anthropology Journal 2013 26.5 (2013): 430-443. Read More
- “Occupy Wall Street meets Occupy Iraq: On Remembering and Forgetting in a Digital Age” Radical History Review. Fall 3013. 2013(117): 83-97. Read More
- “Digital Animalized Camouflage: A Zone of Biopolitical Indistinction” Interstitial: A Journal of Modern Culture and Events July 2013 Read More
- “Life is Waiting:” Statehood, Temporality, and Mobility at The Terminal” Transnational Subjects Journal Vol 2. N. 1 (2012). Read More
- "Abu Ghraib: A Ghostly Story” in Gender, Power, and Military Occupations: Asia Pacific and the Middle East since 1945. Eds. Christine de Matos and Rowena Ward. Routledge (March 2012). Read More
- Slack, Jennifer D. and Hristova, Stefka. “Culture In-Colour.” Cultural Studies, July 2016. Read More
- Marratto, Scott. The Intercorporeal Self: Merleau-Ponty on Subjectivity. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2012. Read More
- Schmidt, Lawrence E., with Scott Marratto. The End of Ethics in a Technological Society. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2008. Read More
- Marratto, Scott. “Intercorporeality.” In 50 Concepts for an Intersectional Phenomenology, eds. Ann Murphy, Gayle Salamon, and Gail Weiss. Evanston: Northwestern University Press (in press).
- “Alterity and Expression in Merleau-Ponty: A Response to Levinas.” In Perception and its Development in Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology, eds. John Russon and Kirsten Jacobson. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2017.
- “Blind Narcissism: Merleau-Ponty and Derrida on the Line.” In Phenomenology and the Arts, eds. Lician Carlson and Peter Costello. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books [Rowman & Littlefield], 2016.
- “‘This Power to Which we are Vowed’: Ipseity and Language in Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology.” In Time, Memory, Institution: Merleau-Ponty’s New Ontology of Self, eds. Kym McLaren and David Morris. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 2015.
A. Morrison and C. Wallace (2022). Making it strange: Disrupting assumptions about technology and ethics in engineering and computing education. IEEE Technology and Society 41(3): 81–90.
A. Morrison and C. Wallace (2021). Iteration and inquiry: Toward a meaningful model of ethical engagement for engineering and computing students. IEEE Ethics Conference Proceedings.
"Values and Objectivity: Phenomenology and the Project of Integrating Science into Democracy" co-authored with S. Marratto. Under review.
"The Politics of Feeling: The Phenomenology of Affect in Sara Ahmed and Judith Butler" in Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy. Vol. 24, No. 2, Fall 2020, pp. 144-167.
Book Review of Susan Bredlau’s The Other in Perception: A Phenomenological Account of Our Experience of Other Persons (State University of New York Press, 2018) For Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy. February 22, 2021. https://www.c-scp.org/2021/02/22/susan-bredlau-the-other-in-perception
Book Review of Françoise Dastur's Questions of Phenomenology: Language, Alterity, Temporality, Finitude Robert Vallier tr. New York: Fordham University Press, 2017; 249 pages. ISBN: 978-0823233748. May 2020. https://www.c-scp.org/2020/05/07/francoise-dastur-questions-of-phenomenology-language-alterity-temporality-finitude
"The Ethics of Authenticity: Heidegger on the struggle to be what one is" in Anekaant: A Journal of Polysemic Thought. Forthcoming August 2021.
"Situating Moral Agency: How Postphenomenology can benefit Engineering Ethics" in Science and Engineering Ethics (2019). https://link.springer.com/epdf/10.1007/s11948-019-00163-7?shared_access_token=hj73NC3pqkisByzpoFb0SPe4RwlQNchNByi7wbcMAY4O1m8UYEy17kQQaOhW_p7x6lsKSljUteJQ2Ybbcxk0cNNvri5j-HqysaQGDLEZVDraOztiYujjVq5ou2ODzZZsSbQaTTsa3ei51l3jHv68Dg%3D%3D
“Rescuing Politics from Liberalism: Butler and Mouffe on Affectivity and the Place of Ethics” in Philosophy and Social Criticism (December 2018) Vol. 44 (2018) issue 5, pp. 528-549. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0191453717730875
“The Voice of Ambiguity: Beauvoir’s Phenomenological and Literary Echoes” with Laura Zebuhr. Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Vol 30, no. 2 (418- 433, Spring, 2015)
“The Ruination of the Artwork” in The Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Heidegger Circle 2013, Southern Connecticut State University
"Heidegger and the Finitude of the Work of Art," Studia Philosophiae Christianae, vol. 49 (2013), issue 4, pp. 155-179.
“Nicholson: Through Self-Loathing to Philosophy,” Philosophical Apprenticeships: Contemporary Continental Philosophy in Canada, eds. Lampert and Robinson. University of Ottawa Press, 82-89, 2009.
“An Ethical Crisis: Covid-19 and the Valuing of Human Lives” for The Institute for Policy, Ethics and Culture (IPEC) at Michigan Technological University. June 15, 2020. https://www.mtu.edu/ipec/series-events/1000-words-project/morrison/
- Nish, Jennifer. Activist Literacies: Transnational Feminisms and Social Media Rhetorics. University of South Carolina Press, 2022.
- Bastian, Heather, and Jennifer Nish. “Toward Disruptive Agency.” College Composition and Communication. In press.
- Hsu, V. Jo and Jennifer Nish. "Crip Letters: Storying Slowness and Re/Writing Academic Work." College Composition and Communication. In press.
- Nish, Jennifer, Kimberly A. Williams, and L. Ayu Saraswati. "Marching and Crossing Borders: A Transnational Conversation." Feminist and Queer Theories: A Transnational Reader, eds. L. Ayu Saraswati and Barbara Shaw. Oxford University Press. 2020.
- Nish, Jennifer. "Representing Precarity, Disavowing Politics: The Exceptional(ist) Appeal of Humans of New York." Peitho, vol 20, issue 2, 2018. http://peitho.cwshrc.org/representing-precarity-disavowing-politics-the-exceptionalist-appeal-of-humans-of-new-york/
- Nish, Jennifer. "Spreadable Genres, Multiple Publics: The Pixel Project's Digital Campaigns to Stop Violence against Women." Genre and the Performance of Publics, eds. Mary Jo Reiff and Anis Bawarshi. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 2016.
M. Bartley Seigel
- Single-Authored Books: This Is What They Say. Louisville, KY: Typecast (2013).
- Recently Published Poems:
- “Lake Superior.” About Place Journal: Geographies of Justice (2021).
“Into the Thicket.” About Place Journal: Geographies of Justice (2021).
“Fourteener for the Restless in the Middle of the Night.” Barely South Review (2020).
- “Before the Fall.” The Fourth River (2019).
- “Wave After Wave.” Split Rock Review (2018).
- “Birch Oil, Smoke, Pine Tar, Switch.” Thrush (2018).
- “Lake Superior.” About Place Journal: Geographies of Justice (2021).
- Recently Anthologized Poems
- “Land Acknowledgement, Treaty of 1842 Territory.” Rewilding: Poems for the Environment. Ed. Crystal S. Gibbins. Minneapolis, MN: Flexible Press (2020).
- “Beach Glass.” And Here: 100 Years of Upper Peninsula Writing, 1917–2017. Ed. Ron Riekki. Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press (2017).
- 41 North Film Festival Learn More
- "Mentoring Students in Research and Communication Across the Ocean," with Caryn L. Heldt, Hannah Cunningham, and Cameron Miller. PURM: Perspectives on Undergraduate Research and Mentoring, 7(1). 2018.
- Counting Wolves documentary, editor.
- Yoopera! documentary, co-producer (with Suzanne Jurva) and editor Read More
Clermont: A History of the Haitian Baptists on 209 Clermont Ave, 1965 – 1989. (Monograph in preparation)
The Archetypal Restavek: Developing strategies for thwarting human rights violations in Haiti and abroad. (Monograph in preparation)
Dana Van Kooy
- Shelley's Radical Stages:Performance and Cultural Memory in the Post-Napoleonic Era. Routledge, 2016 Read More
- "Darien Prospects in Keats's 'On First Looking into Chapman's Homer'" Keats-Shelley Review 29.2 (September 2015): 128-45. Read More
- “Melodramatic Slaves.” With Jeffrey N. Cox. Modern Drama 55.4 (Winter 2012): 459-75. Read More
- “Darkness Visible: The Early Melodrama of British Imperialism and the Commodification of History in Sheridan’s Pizarro.” Theatre Journal 64(2012): 179-195. Read More
- “Improvising on the Borders: Hellenism, History, and Tragedy in Shelley’s Hellas.” Home and Abroad: Transnational England, 1750-1850. Eds. Monika Class and Terry F. Robinson (Cambridge Scholar’s Press, 2009): 41-57.
- “‘rank imposture’ and ‘mimic goblinary’ in Scott's Doom of Devorgoil: A Genre Politics of National Drama.” Literature Compass 4 (March 2007). Read More