Carolyn de la Peña is an associate professor of American studies at the University of California, Davis. Siva Vaidhyanathan is an associate professor in the Department of Culture and Communication at New York University.
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Call for Papers: "Energy Pasts and Futures in American Studies" A Proposed American Quarterly Special Issue. On p. 362 of Introduction: American Quarterly in the Digital Sphere in Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2018), Carolyn de la Peña’s name was mistakenly omitted from the reference to the September 2006 AQ special issue, Rewiring the ‘Nation’: The Place of Technology in American Studies.
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Article in American Quarterly 58(3):555-567 · September 2006 with 8 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Chan studies the design, use, and meaning of the XO laptops created by the United States-based One Laptop per Child program for deployment in developing and rural zones. In this provocative book, Siva Vaidhyanathan examines the ways we have used and embraced Google-and the growing resistance to its expansion across the globe.
Vaidhyanathan is a frequent contributor on media and cultural issues in various .
Vaidhyanathan is a frequent contributor on media and cultural issues in various periodicals including Th. ISBN 978-0801886515). The Googlization of Everything - and Why We Should Worry, University of California Press, 2011. ISBN 978-0520258822). Siva Vaidhyanathan - Vaidhyanathan bei einem Vortrag Siva Vaidhyanathan ( 1966 in Buffalo, New York) ist ein Kulturhistoriker und r. Er ist Professor für Media Studies and Law an der University of Virginia. Vaidhyanathan ist regelmäßi.
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Informationen zum Titel Rewiring the Nation aus der Reihe Special Issue of American Quarterly Rewiring the Nation The Place of Technology in American Studies (A Special Issue of American Quarterly). Special Issue of American Quarterly. Carolyn de la Peña (Ed. Siva Vaidhyanathan (Ed. data.
This special issue of American Quarterly asks powerful and poignant questions about technology and its effects on our bodies, minds, families, economies, armies, and academies. Technology is an entry point for American studies scholars to find new and creative ways to think through social and cultural problems. The essays in this collection provide an interdisciplinary exploration of the ways scholars of culture use the study of technology to examine the flows, conflicts, tensions, and hazards of American culture.
Re-reading the narrative of U.S. technology, the contributors move beyond celebrations of exceptional tinkerers and a deterministic machine-driven sense of progress and form a more comprehensive understanding of opportunities and responsibilities that befall a nation that interweaves its identities, labors, and creative cultures with its machines. Discussing technologies of transcendence; the cultural work of technological systems; technology and knowledge systems; and technology, mobility, and the body; they consider the place of American technologies in an increasingly globalized, multi-polar, high-tech world and illuminate the relationship between technological positivism and the dynamics of imperialism and war.
Author: Carolyn de la Peña,Siva Vaidhyanathan
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (April 30, 2007)
Pages: 448 pages
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