[Air-l] heterotopias and the internet?
markw at uci.edu
Thu Dec 15 17:31:40 PST 2005
Jere, Kathy, et al.,
Here's a couple of not particularly impressive papers I wrote as a
graduate student nearly a decade ago in which I draw on that concept--
Warschauer, M. (1996). Heterotopias, panopticons, and Internet
discourse. University of Hawai'i Working Papers in ESL 14 (1).
Warschauer, M. & Lepeintre, S. (1997). Freire's dream or Foucault's
nightmare?: Teacher-student relations on an international computer
network. In R. Debski, J. Gassin, & M. Smith (Ed.), Language learning
through social computing. Canberra, Australia: Applied Linguistics
Association of Australia.
>One of my colleagues would like to know if anyone is working on the
>internet as a Foucauldian heterotopia. Please address your responses
>to Jere Tesser jtesser at emory.edu.
>Katherine Mancuso, PhD student
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