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The Importance of Being Narratological

2006-03-17

Dave Ciccoricco responds to Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck.

Of the Cliché and the Everyday

2006-03-17

Christopher Leise reviews Kenneth Bernard’s The Man in the Stretcher and Richard Kalich’s Charlie P, a work that is as much interested in the idea of the novel as it is a novel of ideas.

Free Culture and Our Public Needs

2006-03-17

Francis Raven reviews Lawrence Lessig’s Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity.

Postfeminism vs. the Third Wave

2006-03-17

Alison Piepmeier examines the differences in postfeminism and third-wave feminism.

Then isn't it all just 'hacktivism'?

2006-03-17

Karim A. Remtulla asks to what degree postfeminism is identical with hactivism?

Virtual Realism

2006-03-17

Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck review Marie Laure-Ryan’s Narrative as Virtual Reality: Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media. They review the essential characteristics of hypertext to suggest more nuanced ways to understand realism in relation to virtual reality.

The Exemptions of Beauty

2005-12-18

William Smith Wilson builds on his earlier ebr essay, “The End of Exemptions of Beauty,” with this companion piece.

Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri: Irreducible Innovation

2005-12-18

William Smith Wilson injects the transcendentals of aesthetic illusions into Hardt and Negri’s immanent materialism.

The Machinic Multitude

2005-12-18

Nick Spencer argues that the multitude is machinic, even without machines.

Empire and the Commons

2005-12-18

Caren Irr reframes the question of private property through fantastic narratives of the commons.

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