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Anime's Knowledge Cultures: Geek, Otaku, Zhai Anime's Knowledge Cultures Geek, Otaku, Zhai Jinying Li 2024 Spring
Unlocking the technosocial implications of global geek cultures
Illness Politics and Hashtag Activism Illness Politics and Hashtag Activism Lisa Diedrich 2024 Spring
How illness on social media reveals the struggle against ableism and stigma for care and access
Producing Sovereignty: The Rise of Indigenous Media in Canada Producing Sovereignty The Rise of Indigenous Media in Canada Karrmen Crey 2024 Spring
Exploring how Indigenous media has flourished across Canada from the 1990s to the present
The Digital and Its Discontents The Digital and Its Discontents Aden Evens 2024 Spring
A groundbreaking critique of the digital world that analyzes its universal technological foundations
Livestreaming: An Aesthetics and Ethics of Technical Encounter Livestreaming An Aesthetics and Ethics of Technical Encounter EL Putnam 2024 Spring
An inquiry into how livestreaming can help us meaningfully connect
Racial Blackness and Indian Ocean Slavery: Iran’s Cinematic Archive Racial Blackness and Indian Ocean Slavery Iran’s Cinematic Archive Parisa Vaziri 2023 Fall
Rethinking the history of African enslavement in the western Indian Ocean through the lens of Iranian cinema
Hermes I: Communication Hermes I Communication Michel Serres 2023 Fall
For the first time in English, the introductory volume in a major French philosopher’s groundbreaking series of poetic transdisciplinary works
Cinema Is the Strongest Weapon: Race-Making and Resistance in Fascist Italy Cinema Is the Strongest Weapon Race-Making and Resistance in Fascist Italy Lorenzo Fabbri 2023 Fall
A deep dive into Italian cinema under Mussolini’s regime and the filmmakers who used it as a means of antifascist resistance
What We Teach When We Teach DH: Digital Humanities in the Classroom What We Teach When We Teach DH Digital Humanities in the Classroom Brian Croxall and Diane K. Jakacki, Editors 2023 Fall
Exploring how DH shapes and is in turn shaped by the classroom
From Biological Practice to Scientific Metaphysics From Biological Practice to Scientific Metaphysics William C. Bausman, Janella K. Baxter and Oliver M. Lean, Editors 2023 Fall
How analyzing scientific practices can alter debates on the relationship between science and reality
The Needle and the Lens: Pop Goes to the Movies from Rock ’n’ Roll to Synthwave The Needle and the Lens Pop Goes to the Movies from Rock ’n’ Roll to Synthwave Nate Patrin 2023 Fall
How the creative use of pop music in film—think Saturday Night Fever or Apocalypse Now—has shaped and shifted music history since the 1960s
Queer Networks: Ray Johnson’s Correspondence Art Queer Networks Ray Johnson’s Correspondence Art Miriam Kienle 2023 Fall
How the queer correspondence art of Ray Johnson disrupted art world conventions and anticipated today’s highly networked culture
The Switch: An Off and On History of Digital Humans The Switch An Off and On History of Digital Humans Jason Puskar 2023 Fall
From the telegraph to the touchscreen, how the development of binary switching transformed everyday life and changed the shape of human agency
Care without Pathology: How Trans- Health Activists Are Changing Medicine Care without Pathology How Trans- Health Activists Are Changing Medicine Christoph Hanssmann 2023 Fall
Examining trans- healthcare as a key site through which struggles for health and justice take shape
Boundary Images Boundary Images Giselle Beiguelman, Melody Devries, Winnie Soon and Magdalena Tyżlik-Carver 2023 Spring
How are images made, and how should we understand their limits, capacities, and forces in digital media?