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Process Cinema: Handmaid Film in the Digital Age

Edited By Scott Mackenzie, Janine Marchessault

2019 | McGill-Queen's University Press
Copy Available: Yes

Exploring new and experimental practices with celluloid film in the digital age.Handmade films stretch back to cinema's beginnings, yet until now their rich history has been neglected. Process Cinema is the first book to trace the ...
 
 
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Recasting History: How CBC Television Has Shaped Canada's Past

By Monica MacDonald

2019 | McGill-Queen's University Press
Copy Available: Yes

How the CBC recast Canadian history for television and influenced what we know and how we think about the Canadian past.Since 1952, CBC television has played a unique role as the primary mass media purveyor of Canadian history. Ye ...
 
 
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Pressing Interests: The Agenda and Influence of a Colonial East Africa Newspaper Sector

By Phoebe Musandu

2018 | MdGill-Queen's University Press
Copy Available: Yes

The first extended history of colonial Kenya's press, 1899-1960s.During the first six decades of the twentieth century, when the majority of present-day Kenya was under the control of the British Empire, many secular newspapers em ...
 
 
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Internet Daemons: Digital Communications Posessed

By Fenwick McKelvey

2018 | University of Minnesota Press
Copy Available: Yes

We’re used to talking about how tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Amazon rule the internet, but what about daemons? Ubiquitous programs that have colonized the Net’s infrastructure—as well as the devices we use to access it—daemons are little kn ...
 
 
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Virtual Menageries: Animals as Mediators in Network Cultures

By Jody Berland

2019 | The MIT Press
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The close interdependency of animal emissaries and new media from early European colonial encounters with the exotic to today's proliferation of animals in digital networks.

From cat videos to corporate logos, digital screens and s ...

 
 
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Cyberwar and Revolution: Digital Subterfuge in Global Capitalism

By Nick Dyer-Witheford, Svitlana Matviyenko

2019 | University of Minnesota Press
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Global surveillance, computational propaganda, online espionage, virtual recruiting, massive data breaches, hacked nuclear centrifuges and power grids—concerns about cyberwar have been mounting, rising to a fever pitch after the alleged Russian hacki ...
 
 
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Advocating Weapons, War, and Terrorism: Technological and Rhetorical Paradox

By Ian E. J. Hill

2018 | Penn State University Press
Copy Available: Yes

Technē’s Paradox—a frequent theme in science fiction—is the commonplace belief that technology has both the potential to annihilate humanity and to preserve it. Advocating Weapons, War, and Terrorismlooks at how this paradox applies to some ...
 
 
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Droit et communication: Liaisons constatées

By Guillaume Provencher

2013 | EME Éditions
Copy Available: Yes

 
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