Talk at the Hemispheric Institute
One of the first things I’m doing here at NYU, now that classes have started up and things are underway, is giving a talk at the Hemispheric Institute, as part of our celebration of the launch of a new MediaCommons project, The New Everyday (about which more very shortly). Details are on the flyer at left, which can be clicked for a more readable version.
The talk will provide an overview of both Planned Obsolescence and the genesis of MediaCommons as a means of thinking through the social and institutional changes within the academy that the full embrace of digital scholarly publishing will require.
If you’re in New York, I’d love to see you there.
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