[Air-L] For list: Unnatural Ecologies special issue Fibreculture Journal

Ben Light B.Light at salford.ac.uk
Thu Jun 2 09:42:48 PDT 2011


Hi all, I know Phoebe and have told her we got it :O)

Ben.

Ben Light
Professor of Digital Media
Communication, Cultural and Media Studies Research Centre
Associate Head of School - Research and Innovation
School of Media, Music and Performance
The University of Salford
Adelphi House
Salford
M3 6EN

www.smmp.salford.ac.uk
www.benlight.org




On 2/6/11 17:39, "Phoebe Moore" <pvm.doc at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi! Am I sending this to the wrong email address? I've sent it twice. Yours,
> Phoebe
> 
> On 26 May 2011 14:25, Phoebe Moore <pvm.doc at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> To whom it may concern. Would it be possible please to post the following
>> to the Air-l list. Many thanks, Phoebe
>> 
>> --
>> 
>> Just after Easter, a special issue of Fibreculture journal went live,
>> edited by Dr Michael Goddard and Dr Jussi Parikka and featuring articles by
>> leading researchers in the emergent field of media ecologies Olga Goriunova,
>> Matteo Pasquinelli, Matthew Fuller, and Phoebe Moore.
>> 
>> http://fibreculturejournal.org/
>> 
>> The Unnatural Ecologies issue is a contribution to a cutting edge field of
>> contemproary media research namely media ecologies. In the words of the
>> fibreculture managing editor Dr Andrew Murphie: "the leading scholars
>> writing for the Unnatural Ecologies issue do not perfrom media ecology as we
>> have known it .... they are rewriting media ecology, exploring its limits
>> from inside and outside. In the process the Fibreculture Journal believes
>> this issue makes a crucial contribution to thinking about all media from the
>> perspective of digital and networked media. In thinking through the
>> unnatural ecologies that contemorary media make increasingly obvious, the
>> issue challenges us to rethink not only what media are, or what they do, but
>> what they might have been and what they have done."
>> 
>> Coinciding with this issue, Fibreculture has introduced a new interface
>> permitting the one click  downloading of the issue as an ePub or pdf
>> document.
>> 
>> We hope you will enjoy this special  issue and feel free to recirculate
>> (and apologies in advance for cross-posting).
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Personal email pvm.doc at gmail.com & Manchesterfilmcooperative at gmail.com
>> Work email p.moore at salford.ac.uk
>> 
>> Employment profile http://www.espach.salford.ac.uk/page/Phoebe_Moore
>> Manchester Film Cooperative http://www.manchesterfilm.coop/
>> 
>> 
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