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  • Texturing Space. Towards an Exponential Cartography | Amélie Brisson-Darveau, Christoph Brunner (eds.)

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    Texturing Space. Towards an Exponential Cartography | Amélie Brisson-Darveau, Christoph Brunner (eds.)

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    Texture weaves and relates. It moves through things, holding them together, providing contours, shaping forms. This publication is an experimental and collaborative exploration of texture from an artistic, design and conceptual angle. Based on a year-long research process between Zürich and Hong Kong the book seeks to give an account of processes of texturing as practice and material effect in urban environments.

    242 pages, adocs, 2021
    ISBN 978-3-943253-32-0

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  • The Changing Face of Alterity | David J. Gunkel, Ciro Marcondes Filho, Dieter Mersch (eds.) [Gebundene Ausgabe]

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    The Changing Face of Alterity | David J. Gunkel, Ciro Marcondes Filho, Dieter Mersch (eds.) [Gebundene Ausgabe]

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    The figure of the ‘other’ is fundamental to the concept of communication. Online or offline, communication, which is commonly defined as the act of sending or imparting information to others, is only possible in the face of others. In fact, the reason we communicate is to interact with others—to talk to another, to share our thoughts and insights with them, or to respond to their needs and requests. No matter how it is structured or conceptualized, communication is involved with addressing the other and dealing with the ontological, epistemological, and ethical questions of otherness or alterity. But who or what can be other? Who or what can be the subject of communication? Is the other always and only another human? Or can the other in these communicative interactions be otherwise? This book is about others (and other kinds of others). It concerns the current position and status of the other in the face of technological innovations that can, in one way or another distort, mask, or even deface the other. Ten innovative essays, written by an international team of experts, individually and in collaboration with each other, seek to diagnose the current situation with otherness, devise innovative solutions to the questions of alterity, and provide insight for students, teachers and researchers trying to make sense of the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century.

    238 pages, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
    ISBN 978-1-78348-869-8

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  • The Changing Face of Alterity | David J. Gunkel, Ciro Marcondes Filho, Dieter Mersch (eds.) [Paperback]

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    The Changing Face of Alterity | David J. Gunkel, Ciro Marcondes Filho, Dieter Mersch (eds.) [Paperback]

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    The figure of the ‘other’ is fundamental to the concept of communication. Online or offline, communication, which is commonly defined as the act of sending or imparting information to others, is only possible in the face of others. In fact, the reason we communicate is to interact with others—to talk to another, to share our thoughts and insights with them, or to respond to their needs and requests. No matter how it is structured or conceptualized, communication is involved with addressing the other and dealing with the ontological, epistemological, and ethical questions of otherness or alterity. But who or what can be other? Who or what can be the subject of communication? Is the other always and only another human? Or can the other in these communicative interactions be otherwise? This book is about others (and other kinds of others). It concerns the current position and status of the other in the face of technological innovations that can, in one way or another distort, mask, or even deface the other. Ten innovative essays, written by an international team of experts, individually and in collaboration with each other, seek to diagnose the current situation with otherness, devise innovative solutions to the questions of alterity, and provide insight for students, teachers and researchers trying to make sense of the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century.

    238 pages, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
    ISBN 978-1-78348-870-4

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  • The Changing Face of Alterity | David J. Gunkel, Ciro Marcondes Filho, Dieter Mersch (Hg.) [E-Book PDF]

    The Changing Face of Alterity | David J. Gunkel, Ciro Marcondes Filho, Dieter Mersch (Hg.) [E-Book PDF]

    The figure of the ‘other’ is fundamental to the concept of communication. Online or offline, communication, which is commonly defined as the act of sending or imparting information to others, is only possible in the face of others. In fact, the reason we communicate is to interact with others—to talk to another, to share our thoughts and insights with them, or to respond to their needs and requests. No matter how it is structured or conceptualized, communication is involved with addressing the other and dealing with the ontological, epistemological, and ethical questions of otherness or alterity. But who or what can be other? Who or what can be the subject of communication? Is the other always and only another human? Or can the other in these communicative interactions be otherwise? This book is about others (and other kinds of others). It concerns the current position and status of the other in the face of technological innovations that can, in one way or another distort, mask, or even deface the other. Ten innovative essays, written by an international team of experts, individually and in collaboration with each other, seek to diagnose the current situation with otherness, devise innovative solutions to the questions of alterity, and provide insight for students, teachers and researchers trying to make sense of the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century.

    238 pages (PDF), Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
    ISBN 978-1-783-48871-1

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  • Constructions of Cultural Identities in Newsreel Cinema and Television after 1945 | Kornelia Imesch, Sigrid Schade, Samuel Sieber (eds.)

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    Constructions of Cultural Identities in Newsreel Cinema and Television after 1945 | Kornelia Imesch, Sigrid Schade, Samuel Sieber (eds.)

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    Bis in die 1960er Jahre prägten Wochenschauen in Kinos und Fernsehen die politische Landschaft und trugen zur Bildung nationaler und kultureller Identität bei. Sie beeinflussten massgeblich die Entwicklung heutiger effektvoller Fernsehformate. Die Archive der Wochenschau-Aufnahmen werden wiederholt verwendet, um vergangene Ereignisse und ihre Bedeutung zu illustrieren und reinszenieren. Die Publikation verhandelt Wochenschauen als ein Medium zur Bildung kultureller Identitäten in den verschiedenen nationalen Kontexten nach 1945.

    230 Seiten, transcript, 2016
    ISBN 978-3-8376-2975-0

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  • Constructions of Cultural Identities in Newsreel Cinema and Television after 1945 | Kornelia Imesch, Sigrid Schade, Samuel Sieber (eds.) [E-Book PDF]

    Constructions of Cultural Identities in Newsreel Cinema and Television after 1945 | Kornelia Imesch, Sigrid Schade, Samuel Sieber (eds.) [E-Book PDF]

    Bis in die 1960er Jahre prägten Wochenschauen in Kinos und Fernsehen die politische Landschaft und trugen zur Bildung nationaler und kultureller Identität bei. Sie beeinflussten massgeblich die Entwicklung heutiger effektvoller Fernsehformate. Die Archive der Wochenschau-Aufnahmen werden wiederholt verwendet, um vergangene Ereignisse und ihre Bedeutung zu illustrieren und reinszenieren. Die Publikation verhandelt Wochenschauen als ein Medium zur Bildung kultureller Identitäten in den verschiedenen nationalen Kontexten nach 1945.

    230 Seiten (PDF),  transcript, 2016
    ISBN 978-3-8394-2975-4

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