Digital memory and the archive /
Minneapolis, MN :
University of Minnesota Press,
|Series:||Electronic mediations ;
v. 39. |
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Table of Contents:
- The media-archaeological method. Let there be irony: cultural history and media archaeology in parallel lines
- Media archaeography: method and machine versus the history and narrative of media
- From temporality to the multimedial archive. Underway to the dual system: classical archives and digital memory
- Archives in transition: dynamic media memories
- Between real time and memory on demand: reflections on television
- Discontinuities: does the archive become metaphorical in multimedia space?
- Microtemporal media. Telling versus counting: a media-archaeological point of view
- Distory: one hundred years of electron tubes, media-archaeologically interpreted, vis-a-vis one hundred years of radio
- Toward a media archaeology of sonic articulations
- Experimenting with media temporality: Pythagoras, Hertz, Turing
- Appendix. Archive rumblings: an interview with Wolfgang Ernst / Geert Lovink.