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- Residual Media
- Charles R. Acland
- 12 July 2019
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Residual Media Free download È 4 Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Charles R. Acland Charles R. Acland ☆ 4 Free read Rrell U of Sussex; Maria DiCenzo Wilfrid Laurier U; Kate Egan U of Wales; Lisa Gitelman Catholic U; Alison Griffiths CUNY; James Hamilton U of Georgia; James Hay U of Illinois Champaign Urbana; Michelle Henning U of the West of England; Lisa Parks UC Santa Barbara; Hillegonda C Rietveld South Bank U; Leila Ryan McMaster U; John Davis Alfred U; Collette Snowden U of South Australia; Jonathan Sterne McGill U; JoAnne Stober National Archives Canada; Will Straw McGill U; Haidee Wasson Concordia U Charles R Acland is Professor and holds the Concordia University Research Chair in communications studies at Concordia University Montre.review Residual Media
Residual Media Free download È 4 Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Charles R. Acland Charles R. Acland ☆ 4 Free read Ifacts can be rediscovered occupying space in storage sheds traveling the globe converting to alternative uses and accumulating in landfills By exploring reconfigured renewed recycled neglected abandoned and trashed media the essays here combine theoretical challenges to media history with ideas technology and uses that have been left behind From player pianos to vinyl records and from the typewriter to the telephone Residual Media is an innovative approach to the aging of culture and reveals that ultimately new cultural phenomena rely on encounters with the old Contributors Jennifer Adams DePauw U; Jody Berland York U; Sue Cu.
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Residual Media Free download È 4 Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Charles R. Acland Charles R. Acland ☆ 4 Free read In a society that breathlessly awaits “the new” in every medium what happens to last year’s new Ample critical energy has gone into the study of new media genres and communities But what becomes of discarded media In what manner do the products of technological change reappear as environmental problems as “the new” in another part of the world as collectibles as memories and as art Residual Media grapples with these uestions and in a wide ranging and eclectic collection of essays Beginning with how cultural change bumps along unevenly dragging the familiar into novel contexts the contributors examine how leftover art.