Matthew Pavesich, Georgetown University
Deb Balzhiser, Texas State University
Web Designer: Tate English, National Instruments
Social Ruptures and Osculative Interpellation: Approaching the Twitterverse Through the Prism of Laclau and Althusser
Thomas Breideband, Georgia State University and Mainz University, Germany
We seek creative works that use new media and/or are on the subject of technology, and essays from a broad a range of academic disciplines that focus on cultural studies of technology. There is no specific topic for this issue.
CFP: Critical Essays on Theatrical Magic
Guest Edited by John Patrick Bray, University of Georgia; and Stephen Fernandez, University of Waterloo
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
—Arthur C. Clarke.
Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced.
We seek critical and creative works that use new media and/or are on the subject of technology. Volume 6 (2016), "It's Magic!", focuses on the tropes that associate technology with magic and vice versa.
Welcome to Volume 4 of Technoculture on Oppression and Liberation!
Authors of either critical or creative works may submit inquiries by emailing inquiries at tcjournal dot org directly. Questions you have may include what formats we support (but see our note to authors concerning media for more information) or our potential interest in a given idea; you may also attach relevant files. For large or multiple file submissions, please contact us by email at the above address and we will make suitable arrangements such as Dropbox or FTP.