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Speculating (on the Digital and the Monetary)

Yang Liu, Thomas Malaby, and Daniel Miller

Two Sides of the Coin In their volume framing digital anthropology as a new subfield, Heather Horst and Daniel Miller (2012: 5) define the digital as “everything that has been developed by, or can be reduced to, the binary—that is bits

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Emotion Capture: Affect in Digital Film

Steven Shaviro

André Bazin and Roland Barthes both theorize a cinematic realism based on the indexical ability of the photographic image (the ability of the image to indicate an original object). How are their arguments affected by the advent of digital, nonindexical cinematic technologies? The article considers how a nonindexical realism might be possible, by looking at three recent films: Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

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Digital Natives

Making Sense of the Digital Political Landscape and Assessing the Potential for Mobilization versus Apathy

Patrick Readshaw

as they are presented in Table 1 . The Digital Native versus the Digital Immigrant The term “digital native” refers to an individual who is assumed to have a level of competency with computers and digital systems as a result of being born post

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Intermediality: Genetics and Enrichment of the Language of Comics

Jorge Catalá, Benoît Mitaine, Lisa Maya Quaianni Manuzzato, and José Manuel Trabado Cabado

); colour (greyscale, black and white, full colour, sepia) and format (comic strip, woodcut, Sunday page, comic book, Franco-Belgian bande dessinée , manga, graphic novel, webcomic, digital, motion comics, game comics, comics on walls or any other physical

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Stages, Streets, and Social Media

Intersectional Feminism and Online Activism in France during the Pandemic

Claire Mouflard

feminist groups, another factor is at fault in limiting the targeted audience for this type of activism: the lack of connectivity and internet access of a number of women, especially in times of lockdown. In her article “Digital and Networked by Default

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Digitality and Political Theory

Mapping a Research Agenda in African Political Thought

Claudia Favarato

The twenty-first century brought humanity into the digital age. The increased introduction and use of technologies connected to the digital sphere is part of a broader technological revolution, dubbed the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ (4IR). 1

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(Un)seen Seas

Technological Mediation, Oceanic Imaginaries, and Future Depths

Stephanie Ratté

oceans are becoming known remotely and digitally, reviewing the literature on the mobilization of technologies and methodologies aimed at translating immense marine spaces into functional, measurable, or geographically specific knowledge. These

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Tweens as Technofeminists

Exploring Girlhood Identity in Technology Camp

Jen England and Robert Cannella

Girls’ relationships with digital technologies are often complicated by competing narratives. Girls are told that digital technologies are a gender neutralizer or savior; this is a common argument of 1990s’ cyberfeminism that “celebrated digital

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Who is the Digital Sovereign?

Rahel Süß

In the digital age, the ancient question of who should rule has gained new relevance. This article aims to explore the question of who rules in the digital age, with a focus on the concept of the sovereign as the people who self-govern. Unlike

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Ad Fontes Digitales!?

Margins of Representation When Incorporating Medieval Sources into a German Digital History Textbook

Andreas Willershausen

Source Work in Digital Times: Questions for the mBook The uneducated man who envies a person who has excelled in knowledge is not merely to be deemed a fool, but should be counted among the miserable, indeed among the most miserable; and