Media Archaeology summer school
University of Pisa
350 € (300 € for registration by May 2)
Includes course materials, lunches, and coffee breaks
Rather than a discipline, Media Archaeology may be seen as a perspective which addresses different practices and methodological approaches. Media culture – including the culture of the so-called “new media” – is investigated as a product of stratification of different social and historical processes.
The aim of the Summer school is double: on one hand to draw a map of contemporary Media Archaeology; on the other hand, to discuss about open fields of research from the perspective of Media Archaeology. The course will be held by European and North American experts from different disciplines who will illustrate the complexity and potentialities of this perspective. Faculty staff includes: James Hay (University of Illinois, Vincenzo Mele (University of Pisa), David Parisi (College of Charleston), Jeremy Packer (University of Toronto), Jussi Parikka (University of Southampton), Wanda Strauven (University of Amsterdam).
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