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Media Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and the Future of the Humanities

Taking The Assemblage Brain to China! International Summit Conference: Media Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and the Future of the Humanities Place: Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China Time: Oct. 27 to 28, 2018 Since 2013, Beijing Normal University hosts an international conference … Continue reading

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Are We All Addicts Now? Digital Dependence – book out now!

I have a chapter in this book (co-edited by Vanessa Bartlett & Henrietta Bowden-Jones) called ‘Tap My Head and Mike My Brain’: Neuromarketing and Digital Addiction – a nod (endnote) goes to Jussi Parikka’s Pynchon reference in his review of … Continue reading

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The diffusion of protests (Affect, Event, Belief) – This from John Postill’s blog

Just caught the below  from John Postill’s blog. I agree that diffusion theories have in the past “stayed at a fairly superficial level.” So a “wealth of new data” is helping to change that. Mmm. I am more interested here … Continue reading

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Danny Boyle on Trance: ‘You’re hypnotised when you watch a movie’ – Well I just fell asleep.

Tardean Somnambulist Media Theory It was interesting to see this Danny Boyle video on the Guardian, which makes some references to hypnotic media. Of course, film theorists have been referring to these kinds of states for a while now, but … Continue reading

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Public lecture series on Public Sphere, Crowd Sentiments and the Brain

There’s more on this public lecture series on crowds and brains on the CBS website.

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