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Media Studies Faculty Member Shannon Mattern’s Article Published in Progetto Grafico, and more

Professor Shannon Mattern’s article on Silicon Valley furnishings and the environments of digital labor, which was published last year in e-flux, was translated into Italian and published in Progetto Grafico, a leading design culture magazine. Meanwhile, her recent article on hardware stores as social infrastructures and sites of world-making has been translated in

The New Issue of “Immediacy” Is Out!

Immediacy is a student-centered, online journal of the School of Media Studies at the New School in New York. Emphasizing the School’s philosophy for the integration of media theory, history, and myriad forms of media practice, the purpose of the journal is to provide a space

CFP: ngovis Journal – Digital Georgetown

The team at gnovis is excited to welcome submissions for the Fall 2017 Journal. gnovis Journal—Georgetown University’s student-operated, peer-reviewed, bi-annual, academic journal of Communication, Culture & Technology—is now accepting submissions for our Fall 2017 edition until September 22, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. We welcome submissions of original research from graduate

Shannon Mattern Published “Closet Archive”

Faculty member Shannon Mattern published “Closet Archive” (Places Journal), an essay on the history of the closet, where, for centuries, we’ve stored our dead media; made new media; incubated epiphanies, dreams, fears; and negotiated identities. The Paris Review featured the essay in its recommended reading.

New Issue of Immediacy Is Out

Please find here the new issue of Immediacy:   http://immediacy.newschool.edu In addition to works by some TNS students, we had submissions from students at the following universities: Simon Fraser University, UC-Santa Cruz, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, Spain, among others. Our students:

A City Is Not a Computer – Shannon Mattern

“What should a city optimize for?” Even in the age of peak Silicon Valley, that’s a hard question to take seriously. (Hecklers on Twitter had a few ideas, like “fish tacos” and “pez dispensers.”) 1 Look past the sarcasm, though, and you’ll find an ideology on the

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Peter Asaro in the Press

Peter Asaro’s review of the new film “Eye in the Sky” was published this week: http://scienceandfilm.org/articles/2686/dr-peter-asaro-on-drone-technology-in-eye-in-the-sky Peter Asaro was also quoted in this Gulf News article: http://gulfnews.com/opinion/thinkers/should-we-ban-killer-robots-of-the-future-1.1697818

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Peter Asaro Quoted in Philadelphia Inquirer on Drones

Peter Asaro was quoted in this Philadelphia Inquirer piece on Drones a couple weeks ago: http://www.philly.com/philly/living/Rise_of_the_drones.html He was also featured in David Levine’s latest podcast for HearsayCulture on Stanford Radio KZSU: http://www.hearsayculture.com/show-236-prof-peter-asaro-on-killer-robots-posted/

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Peter Asaro Quoted in New York Times

Faculty Member, Peter Asaro was quoted in the New York Times on November 11, 2014, on the ethical implications self-targeting missiles and autonomous weapons: “Our concern is with how the targets are determined, and more importantly who determines them,” said Peter Asaro, a co-founder and

City by the Numbers: Big Data and the Urban Future

Faculty member Shannon Mattern will be participating in the “City by the Numbers: Big Data and the Urban Future” symposium at Pratt Institute on Saturday, October 11, 2014. The symposium is co-sponsored by Places Journal, where Mattern is a columnist, and which very recently launched a redesigned website