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Book of Abstracts of the Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries 5th conference. Riga, 20–23 October 2020 [article]

Sanita Reinsone, Anda Baklāne, Jānis Daugavietis
2020 Zenodo  
Book of Abstracts DHN, Rīga 2020 Book of Abstracts of the Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries 5th conference.  ...  Literature, Folklore and Art (University of Latvia) Rīga, 2020 ISBN 978-9984-850-83-2 DOI 10.5281/zenodo.4107117  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Fritz Thyssen Foundation for their funding for the research project Distant Viewing.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4107117 fatcat:6ongky6p5rab7gvtawnjmp2ofm

Insects in Art during an Age of Environmental Turmoil

Barrett Anthony Klein, Tierney Brosius
2022 Insects  
After adding insect-specific categories of (6) decline of insect pollinators and (7) the intentional modification or extermination of insects, we categorized our surveyed works, confirming categorizations  ...  Artists often use insects in their works because of our intimate and varied relationship with this diverse, abundant lineage of animals.  ...  ., bioengineering) or extermination of insects, with concern for insects or the environment in mind; 8. Concern for environment/insects (when human involvement is not made explicitly clear).  ... 
doi:10.3390/insects13050448 fatcat:hb434jmcc5fqrnd6lwv2wcwgv4

The Ghost in the City and a Landscape of Life: A Reading of Difference in Shirow and Oshii's Ghost in the Shell

Giorgio Hadi Curti
2008 Environment & Planning. D, Society and Space  
Images courtesy of Manga Entertainment.  ...  do, David L Carr and three anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and critiques, and Anne Clara Schenderlein for her continual faith and support.  ...  switchboard and fluorescent 3-D scanner images of road maps or grids.''  ... 
doi:10.1068/d458t fatcat:ke3dtfbdezcflgnuvix6wynhy4

Claude Chappe and the first telecommunication network (without electricity)

Stefano Selleri
2017 Radio Science Bulletin  
This study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant no.  ...  Acknowledgments The author very much thanks the anonymous reviewers for their comments, which helped to make the text clearer.  ...  The unknown of such a model is the rain map at a given initial time, 0 t .  ... 
doi:10.23919/ursirsb.2017.8113174 fatcat:xz27ckavmbajfefnxzvkzjywba

The Cyborg Villain: Mechanical Hybridity and Existential Fear [chapter]

2011 Global Perspectives on Villains and Villainy Today  
The Borg is a networking collective of drones who assimilate other species in their search for perfection.  ...  are unknown to him.  ...  PART II Doubles, Criminals and Nicholas Dyer The Cyborg Villain: Mechanical Hybridity and Existential Fear Jori De Coster Abstract 'This technology will blow your mind': a mobile life support system  ... 
doi:10.1163/9781848880528_025 fatcat:vfwk24wknrao3pxliahhdsiwny

Education for Sustainable Development [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
Special appreciation goes to the EduCamp team for their contributions in general and to this article in particular. The authors appreciate the effort of  ...  Acknowledgement The authors gratefully acknowledge the efforts of all partners of this initiative.  ...  There is the abstraction of the letter itself, the abstraction of the word composed of letters and there is abstraction of the sentence composed of words.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100294 fatcat:q4eqqvtxvfhypegpq2iwkvdw54

Three contemporary Korean artists [article]

Janet Denise Chambers, University Of Canterbury
Both Lee Bul and flyingCity have participated in projects at the Govett-Brewster Gallery for Contemporary Art in New Plymouth, New Zealand.  ...  This thesis examines the work of three Korean contemporary art practitioners: Lee Ufan (b. 1936), Lee Bul (b.1964) and the collective flyingCity (formed 2001).  ...  In the Chunggye Mini Expo Project (2003) flyingCity set up small stores for manufacturing machine parts and then mapped the networks of relationships between stores.  ... 
doi:10.26021/3639 fatcat:eyefrqr63baqndsgkc47i4npl4

Refract Journal, Issue 1: "Refraction"

Refract Journal Editorial Board
2018 Refract An Open Access Visual Studies Journal  
For our inaugural issue, we received a number of submissions that undertake this quandary and over half of the contributions in the first issue begin to parse this dilemma.  ...  Our inaugural issue is the result of the work and support of many individuals.  ...  visual field, or environment, for viewers. 67 EPI in particular incorporated television, film, music, and strobe to generate an expansive "intermedia environment" in a series of live performance experiments  ... 
doi:10.5070/r71141467 fatcat:3tbapnnlnndthiud2cp6pifjyi

Making Legal Knowledge in Global Digital Environments: The Judicial Opinion as Remix [chapter]

Martine Courant Rife
2011 Writing in Knowledge Societies  
And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  We see the opportunities that new technologies have for further democratizing knowledge.  ...  I am thankful for the inspired research assistance of Victoria Killington and Elizabeth Maurer, and the learned collegial comment of Alex Dick.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2011.2379.2.07 fatcat:su2ajzbgjzeipjxttywfniv6km

Learning Race and Ethnicity: Youth and Digital Media

Barbara Crow
2009 Information, Communication & Society  
As with earlier shifts in media environments, this current turn toward digital media and networks has been accompanied by fear and panic as well as elevated hopes.  ...  Digital media are part of a convergence between interactive media (most notably gaming), online networks, and existing media forms.  ...  They are intended solely to label the Korean players who are WOA (Way Out of Area) and are annoying to the point of spoiling the game for countless innocent Western players whom the US West, US East, and  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691180802552908 fatcat:f2tko4i24fcc5nxrcgcua4mtju

CHAT @ TAG in Context

Brent Fortenberry, Adrian Myers
2010 Archaeologies: the journal of the World Archaeological Congress  
The annual gathering is a forum for critical discussion of historical archaeology and the archaeology of the contemporary world that seeks to expand the academic and political limits of archaeological  ...  The development and current state of our subfield has been ably covered by others (see Hicks and Beaudry 2006; ABSTRACT ________________________________________________________________ In this article  ...  this venue; Lynn Meskell for early guidance, and Kathy LaVergne for reviewing a draft of this introduction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11759-010-9119-7 fatcat:vzgs4jebbvaajlbdajphu5c4y4

Cy(ber)borgs and Netizens: (re) configuring the post/human body in the nodal intersections of scyberfiction and cyberspace

Murphy, Graham J., 1970-
The quality of this reproduction is dependent upon the quality of th e copy subm itted.  ...  simulacra: "Abstraction today is no longer that o f the map, the double, the mirror, or the concept.  ...  society in the new environment, settlement is about marking off space, charting and mapping out territories that will transform space into place, staking out plots and allowing for new villages and communities  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-7r8b-3a77 fatcat:nbfuzkrzdjakpo4vqwrifcfl3i

Tick Tock: Insect Figuration, Temporal Estrangement and Historiographic Critique in Postmodern and Contemporary Literature, Art, and Film

Melissa Haynes
It argues that insect figuration, as a way of "thinking with insects," offers a strategy for deconstructing concepts such as human exceptionalism, progressive linear history, and colonial imperialism.  ...  opening up foreclosed possible meanings for the past.  ...  Insects' uneasy fit in taxonomies of life and agency makes it an expedient "cyborg" figure for mediating questions about the relationships between humans, animals, and technology (Haraway, Simians, Cyborgs  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-6ytz-fg17 fatcat:ygurxbrkabeyrnwzuku4zx7xom

Humour-in-the-loop: Improvised Theatre with Interactive Machine Learning Systems

Kory W. Mathewson
My work presents fundamental advances in human-machine interaction through the lens of improvised theatre which is the ideal test bed for collaboration between humans and intelligent machines. ii tionally  ...  , a preliminary version of this line of experimentation was presented as:  ...  PARRY used a mapping of complex concepts into simplified abstractions, had a better understanding of language than ELIZA, and used affective variables for measuring the emotional valence of the ongoing  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-dn4w-bw61 fatcat:tiursdpnwrcoppl4fxsbj7dx24

More than meets the eye

John C. Marshall
1998 Nature  
Not cuz I think I am entitled, but because they take our intelligence for granted. […] I want a great story that keeps my attention with producers who respect the source material (P49.8, 2006, July 1).  ...  types of promotional material for the film (such as film poster and TVspots). formers film.  ...  Robots with familiar names now trans-form into beasts or insects instead of machines, and the toys sells well.  ... 
doi:10.1038/23859 fatcat:vvgsy5pegfhphks7jkr4lj3uny
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