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Media-N: Tracing New/Media/Feminisms By New Media Caucus
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Stephanie Tripp, Guest Editor for the spring 2013 edition “Tracing /New / Media / Feminisms” maps out the topic by way of twelve international contributors, including: Faith Wilding;... More > Morehshin Allahyari and Jennifer Way; Annina Rüst; Kim Sawchuk (Studio XX) and Stéphanie Lagueux (Matricules) in conversation with Media-N; Meighan Ellis; Colleen Keough; Eleanor Dare; and Laura Gemini and Federica Timeto in conversation with Lynn Hershman Leeson. These creative practitioners undertake their various approaches to feminism(s) from multiple theoretical positions as well as physical sites. The journal’s REVIEWS/REPORTS and PAPAERS section showcases a review on Joan Truckenbrod’s book. An interview with Jon Satrom about GLI.TC/H. An interview with Alvaro Pastor on “La Casa IDA.” A discussion on Augmented Reality. An essay about: Channel TWo (CH2.) And an essay on new work in software studies. Pat Badani Editor-in-Chief< Less
Scarlet Magazine Volume 2, Black and White Edition By Trace Schillinger
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Scarlet Magazine is created by middle and high school girls at Poughkeepsie Day School. Our mission is to provide a magazine for independent thinking and fiercely smart girls ages 12-18 and to... More > produce a publication that reflects alternative values and views from those of the popular media. This is the black and white version of Scarlet.< Less
Scarlet Magazine, Volume 1 (Black and White Edition) By Trace Schillinger
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Scarlet Magazine is created by middle and high school girls at Poughkeepsie Day School. Our mission is to provide a magazine for independent thinking and fiercely smart girls ages 12-18 and to... More > produce a publication that reflects alternative values and views from those of the popular media.This is black and white (interior) version of Scarlet Magazine.< Less
New Chinese Film: Society and Media By Joe Doshi
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New Chinese Film: Society and Media This book traces the development of contemporary Chinese culture, literature and society. It explores how films are capable of expressing social, historical,... More > political issues and cultural changes.< Less
Scarlet Volume 2 By Trace Schillinger
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Scarlet Magazine is created by middle and high school girls at Poughkeepsie Day School. Our mission is to provide a magazine for independent thinking and fiercely smart girls ages 12-18 and to... More > produce a publication that reflects alternative values and views from those of the popular media. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------< Less
Scarlet Magazine, Volume 1 By Trace Schillinger
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Scarlet Magazine is created by middle and high school girls at Poughkeepsie Day School. Our mission is to provide a magazine for independent thinking and fiercely smart girls ages 12-18 and to... More > produce a publication that reflects alternative values and views from those of the popular media.< Less
Scarlet Magazine, Volume 1 By Trace Schillinger
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Scarlet Magazine is created by middle and high school girls at Poughkeepsie Day School. Our mission is to provide a magazine for independent thinking and fiercely smart girls ages 12-18 and to... More > produce a publication that reflects alternative values and views from those of the popular media.< Less
A Pimp Called Consumerism: Developing a Narrative Ecclesiology in a New Media World By Drew Sams
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The North American Church is currently experiencing a pervasive spiritual amnesia where at large, we have forgotten how to tell stories about our origin and our mission. As a result, we have co-opted... More > other stories, namely the story of consumerism, causing our communal identities to dilute and deteriorate. As a result, the Bride of Christ has become enslaved by the pimp that is consumerism. As reflected by its structure, this essay will (a) develop a historical understanding of the role that consumerism plays within a community’s memory and identity, (b) identify how consumerism is a story that ultimately enslaves its adherents, and (c) trace how consumerism has broadly impacted the North American Church.< Less
The New Aesthetic and Art: Constellations of the Postdigital By Scott Contreras-Koterbay & Łukasz Mirocha
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The New Aesthetic and Art: Constellations of the Postdigital is an interdisciplinary analysis focusing on new digital phenomena at the intersections of theory and contemporary art. Asserting the... More > unique character of New Aesthetic objects, Contreras-Koterbay and Mirocha trace the origins of the New Aesthetic in visual arts, design, and software, find its presence resonating in various kinds of digital imagery, and track its agency in everyday effects of the intertwined physical world and the digital realm. Contreras-Koterbay and Mirocha bring to light an original perspective that identifies an autonomous quality in common digital objects and examples of art that are increasingly an important influence for today’s culture and society.< Less
The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today and "On Writing for Multimedia" By Sabrina Peña Young
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"The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" traces the intersection of experimental music and new media through the works of composers and artists at the turn of twentieth century... More > America. An invaluable addition to any music, visual arts, or historical library collection, "The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" gives a voice to the sights and sounds of innovative women such as Laurie Anderson, Alison Knowles, Brenda Hutchinson, Pauline Oliveros, Pamela Z, Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, Maggie Payne, Sylvia Pengilly, Madonna, Lydia Lunch, and countless others, who embraced social change, technology, and the arts to create compelling and sometimes controversial works.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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