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A performative project Janneke Adema has put together, based on our ‘The Political Nature of the Book: On Artists’ Books and Radical Open Access’ article for New Formations.

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'Towards a Post-Digital Humanities: Cultural Analytics and the Computational Turn to Data-Driven Scholarship', American Literature, Volume 85, Number 4, December, 2013.

'#MySubjectivation', New Formations, Number 79, Autumn, 2013.

Pirate Philosophy

'Pirate Radical Philosophy', Radical Philosophy: A Journal of Socialist and Feminist Philosophy, 173, May/June, 2012.

Piracy and the law

Lecture on pirate philosophy

Special issue of Culture Machine on pirate philosophy

Open Access

Most of Gary's work is freely available to read and download either here, in the OA archive CSeARCH or in Coventry University's online repository CURVE here

'The Political Nature of the Book: On Artists' Books and Radical Open Access' (co-authored with Janneke Adema), Materialities of the Text issue of New Formations, Number 78, Summer, 2013.

Forget the Book: Writing in the Age of Digital Publishing, with Doug Sery, Sean Cubitt and Sarah Kember, CREATe at Goldsmiths, University of London, 25 May, 2013.

Lecture on 'Radical open access in the humanities: or, will the future editors of Žižek have to publish his tweets?' at Columbia University

Sunday
Jan192014

Essays on Extinction: Vol.1, Death of the PostHuman, and Vol.2, Sex After Life

OHP announces the publication of two more  open access books: a double volume set, Essays on Extinction by Claire Colebrook: Vol 1, Death of the PostHuman, and Vol. 2, Sex After Life.

Death of the PostHuman undertakes a series of critical encounters with the legacy of what had come to be known as 'theory,' and its contemporary supposedly post-human aftermath. There can be no redemptive post-human future in which the myopia and anthropocentrism of the species finds an exit and manages to emerge with ecology and life. At the same time, what has come to be known as the human - despite its normative intensity - can provide neither foundation nor critical lever in the Anthropocene epoch. Death of the PostHuman argues for a twenty-first century deconstruction of ecological and seemingly post-human futures.

Sex After Life aims to consider the various ways in which the concept of life has provided normative and moralizing ballast for queer, feminist and critical theories. Arguing against a notion of the queer as counter-normative, Sex After Life appeals to the concept of life as a philosophical problem. Life is neither a material ground nor a generative principle, but can nevertheless offer itself for new forms of problem formation that exceed the all too human logics of survival.

 

Monday
Dec022013

Architecture in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Design, Deep Time, Science and Philosophy

OHP is delighted to announce a new open access book in OHP's Critical Climate Change series: Architecture in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Design, Deep Time, Science and Philosophy, edited by Etienne Turpin.

Architecture in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Design, Deep Time, Science and Philosophy brings together a provocative series of essays, conversations, and design proposals that attempt to intensify the potential of the multidisciplinary discourse developing in response to the Anthropocene thesis for contemporary architecture scholarship and practice. Contributors include Nabil Ahmed, Meghan Archer, Adam Bobbette, Emily Cheng, Heather Davis, Sara Dean, Seth Denizen, Mark Dorrian, Elizabeth Grosz, Lisa Hirmer, Jane Hutton, Eleanor Kaufman, Amy Catania Kulper, Clinton Langevin, Michael C.C. Lin, Amy Norris, John Palmesino, Chester Rennie, François Roche, Ann-Sofi Rönnskog, Isabelle Stengers, Paulo Tavares, Etienne Turpin, Eyal Weizman, Jane Wolff, Guy Zimmerman.

Downloadable PDF and paperbacks available now from http://openhumanitiespress.org/architecture-in-the-anthropocene.html
Browsable HTML version to follow in the following weeks.

Book launch:

14:00—17:00, Friday 6 December 2013
Centre for Research Architecture
Room 312RHB
Goldsmiths University of London

More details: http://roundtable.kein.org/node/1575

Sunday
Nov242013

Speculative computing and the aesthetics of the humanities: Johanna Drucker

Culture Machine Live, a series of podcasts which consider a range of issues including the digital humanities, internet politics, the future of cultural studies, cultural theory and philosophy, is pleased to announce its latest episode:

Speculative Computing and the Aesthetics of the Humanities: Johanna Drucker

http://culturemachinepodcasts.podbean.com/2013/11/24/speculative-computing-and-the-aesthetics-of-the-humanities-johanna-drucker/

This interview with visual and cultural theorist and practitioner Johanna Drucker by Janneke Adema focuses on Drucker's work as a scholar and practitioner, speculative computing, the difference between aesthesis and mathesis in Humanities knowledge production, and the concept of performative materiality. The interview was conducted on November 16th, 2013, at the Library of Birmingham in Birmingham, UK.

You can find the whole Culture Machine Live podcast series at: http://culturemachinepodcasts.podbean.com

The series is curated by Janneke Adema, Clare Birchall, Gary Hall & Pete Woodbridge

For more information about the online, open access journal Culture Machine, visit www.culturemachine.net

Tuesday
Oct082013

Biomediaciones / Biomediations: new Liquid Book

Life as such doesn’t exist: it is always mediated by language, culture, technology and biology. It is these multiple mediations of life that form the theme of this liquid, living book, the sixth volume in the Culture Machine Liquid Books series. Biomediaciones/Biomediations has been collaboratively speed-edited in three hours at the Living Books workshop at the Festival of New Media Art and Video Transitio_MX 05 BIOMEDIATIONS (Biomediaciones) in Mexico City, September 2013.

Wednesday
Oct022013

Fibreculture book series

OHP and Fibreculture Journal are pleased to announce a new book series in networked cultures. Edited by Andrew Murphie, the Fibreculture book series encourages critical and speculative interventions in discussions concerning a
wide range of topics. These include: digital and networked media and communications; new niches and new ecologies of media; transversal critique; related forms of social organisation; new transdisciplinary impulses in media; new forms of social organisation; contemporary media arts; the transdisciplinary impacts of new media
technologies and events in fields such as education, the biosciences, publishing or knowledge management.

For more information, please visit
http://openhumanitiespress.org/fibreculture-books.html

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