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More Than Just Pixels: Experiencing Colours, Vibration, and Contrast in Digital Images

I got word yesterday that a paper I proposed has been accepted to the “Screen Textures: Haptics, Tactility, and the Moving Image” conference taking place at the University of Pittsburgh on October 17-18, 2014. The paper is titled “More Than … Continue reading

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Future Projects Page Now Up

Please look at the menu bar of this blog for a moment. You will (hopefully) notice the new “Future Projects” page, which give descriptions of my three current projects. Two of these projects have more detailed sub-pages. Please feel free … Continue reading

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A Book on Deleuze from China Coming Soon

I feel terrible. I have not posted anything on this blog for most of this month, especially after the flurry of posts in September. Needless to say I have been busy with other projects, which I will discuss here later. … Continue reading

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Dissertation Day and a Big Announcement

Today is the second anniversary of defending my Ph.D. dissertation. It is a good day to announce a big change has happened in my career. But before I get to that I want to apologize to the readers of this … Continue reading

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The Nonhuman, Seurat, and Colour

I have been busy over the past month preparing papers I will be presenting all through the month of May. Below you will find the paper I presented this past Saturday at the Nonhuman Turn conference, hosted by the Center … Continue reading

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Brimming with Vitality and The Non-Human Turn

The preliminary schedule for The Nonhuman Turn Conference at the Center for 21st Century Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been posted. The keynote speakers are impressive. It is a who’s who of contemporary thought and should foster some lively debates and … Continue reading

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