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Paradoxes of Authenticity
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Julia Straub (ed.)
Paradoxes of Authenticity

Studies on a Critical Concept

Authenticity in the postmodern age? Drawing on the concept of authenticity, this volume points out frugal perspectives for literary and cultural studies.
»Love it or Loathe it«
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»Love it or Loathe it«

Audience Responses to Tabloids in the UK and Germany

»BILD Dir Deine Meinung« – This book examines audience responses to two national tabloids in Britain and Germany; showing their functions for readers and indicating their social and cultural role.
Beyond the Screen
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Beyond the Screen

Transformations of Literary Structures, Interfaces and Genres

This volume takes a look at the literary aspects of locative media and immersive environments, where readers have to muster active engagement and physical interaction to grasp a text.
Represented Reporters
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Represented Reporters

Images of War Correspondents in Memoirs and Fiction

Just like Hemingway – war correspondents are popular figures in historical and political novels and movies. This volume shows the history of the medial representation of war correspondents and its impact on the public image of this profession.
Interface Cultures
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Interface Cultures

Artistic Aspects of Interaction

This volume renegotiates the connections between interactive art and design practice on one side, and research into hybrid interface technologies on the other.
Machines as Agency
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Machines as Agency

Artistic Perspectives

This book supports and deepens the existing interfaces between art, science, and technology – transgressing traditional principles and styles of research, and selectively overcoming the side-by-side coexistence in favour of an integrated »laboratory of the future«. Instead of relying on traditional dualisms like nature-culture, subject-object, as well as man and machine, heterogeneous networks with humans and non-humans (Latour) are opened in shared contexts of agency. New momentary propositions are developed, meeting the complexity of discovering, exploring, and inventing – things: things which do not exist just as given beings. The artists and theoreticians can pursue using the tools and techniques of science actively – not only to comment them but also to fathom their possibilities, and employ them in their artistic and scientific projects. Machines as Agency is an artistic perspective.
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