Open Humanities Press is pleased to announce the publication of Articulating Media: Genealogy, Interface, Situation, edited by James Gabrillo and Nathaniel Zetter, with one of the chapters written by our own Caroline Bassett.
To ‘articulate’ media means to understand them by locating their connections in space and time. Articulating Media offers new approaches to the writing of technology and the technologies of writing by twinning an investigation of language with an attention to location. Where does media theory take place? How should media theory understand its own occupation of the spaces of media? What materialities might survive media’s many articulations and associations?
Like all Open Humanities Press books, Articulating Media is available open access, meaning it can be downloaded for free.
Click here to download: Open Humanities Press– Articulating Media