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  • Crandall, Jordon (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-06)
    In emerging digital cultures, one wonders: is the drive to be “in” something more constitutive than the drive for separation? The drive for immersion and exposure more constitutive than that of voyeuristic detachment? If ...
  • Bradley, Bryan (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-06)
    From biotechnology to computer programming, the notion of a “code” is used to describe a latent command that operates to produce actions and outcomes. However the metaphorical character of the vocabulary of code obscures ...
  • Glezos, Simon (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-06)
    This paper consists of a Deleuzian reading of Schumpeter’s account of technological innovation within capitalism. It describes the tension in Schumpeter between creative destruction (the drive to innovate), and what he ...
  • Gibson, Steve (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-05)
    Focusing on his work for body-based interactive systems, Steve Gibson will present the concepts, technologies and politics behind his pieces Grand Theft Bicycle, Virtual DJ and Exploding, Plastic and Inevitable. In addition ...
  • Mitchell, Liam (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2010-03-12)
    Liam Mitchell is a PhD candidate in Cultural, Social and Political Thought at the University of Victoria. His research concerns social media and boredom. He is the editor of a new graduate journal in political theory called ...
  • Bogard, William (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2010-03-12)
    William Bogard is Deburgh Chair of Social Sciences at Whitman College and the author of The Simulation of Surveillance: Hypercontrol in Telematic Societies (Cambridge University Press, 1996). His writings on digital media ...
  • Walraven, Aya (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2010-03-12)
    Aya Walraven gives a presentation entitled, "AR Futurology." Aya Walraven is a digital media and internet enthusiast who primarily works in video and web. She is an editorial assistant at CTheory and head of PACTAC’s ...
  • Walraven, Aya (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-05)
    Augmented reality — a technology with which we are able to visually add the virtual into our perception of the real. New layered perception allows for completely new forms of graffiti, hacks, interactions and identity. ...
  • Dunsford, Clare (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2004-10-22)
    Clare Dunsford will read from her book-in-progress, Spelling Love With an X: A Mother, A Son, and the Gene that Binds Them. Part medical memoir, part poetic meditation on identity in the age of the gene, the book is also ...
  • Kataoka, Serena (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-04)
    The digital holds promise of a universal technical structure. Arts once distinguished by their media can all be prefigured in code, and so all the arts will have been rendered digital. Art with a discreet capital 01 is ...
  • 2bears, Jackson (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-04)
    This paper takes an interdisciplinary approach to the question of technology by examining points of convergence between Jungian psychoanalysis and Indigenous philosophy. The theoretical trajectory of the text will consider ...
  • Cárdenas, Micha (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-04)
    How are technologies of transformation facilitating new becomings, new modes of learning and new sites of knowledge? The performance Becoming Dragon sought to explore two lines of technology, Multi-User Virtual Environments ...
  • Bryson, Mary (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2009-06-04)
    It has become commonplace for narratives concerning youth whose lives are situated within cultures saturated by convergent media, unproblematically to reproduce assumptions regarding the meliorative role of access to ...
  • Hayles, N. Katherine (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2008-10-03)
    Dr. N. Katherine Hayles is a noted postmodern literary critic and theorist as well as the author of How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature and Informatics(University Of Chicago Press, 1999) which ...
  • Bryson, Mary (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2006-11-09)
    Mary Bryson is Associate Professor and Director, Graduate Programs, ECPS, Faculty of Education, UBC. Her primary interest is in sociocultural scholarship concerning technology, equity, and pedagogically transgressive use ...
  • Kroker, Arthur (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2006-11-09)
    Arthur Kroker is Canada Research Chair in Technology, Culture and Theory and Professor of Political Science at the University of Victoria, Canada. Co-editor of CTheory and Director of the Pacific Centre for Technology and ...
  • Wernick, Andrew (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2006-10-19)
    Andrew Wernick is a sociologist and historian of ideas as well as a cultural theorist and jazz pianist. He is the founder and director of Trent Univesity’s Institute for the Study of Popular Culture as well as the current ...
  • Dartnell, Michael; Karzai, Anas; Kroker, Arthur; Mitchell, Liam; Molnar, Adam; Parsons, Christopher (2013-06-25)
    Discussion after the presentations at the Drone Warfare Seminar, including Liam Mitchell, Anas Karzai, Michael Dartnell, Christopher Parsons, Adam Molnar, and Arthur Kroker.
  • Walker, Rob (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2006-03-14)
    Dr. Rob Walker of the Department of Political Science, University of Victoria, gives a lecture entitled "Foucault, Self-Determination, Limits" for the Michel Foucault's Legacy Symposium.
  • Magnusson, Warren (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2006-03-14)
    Dr. Warren Magnusson of the Department of Political Science, University of Victoria, gives a lecture entitled "Before Foucault: Scepticism, Relativism and Modernity" for the Michel Foucault's Legacy Symposium.

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