Variations on media thinking [electronic resource] / Siegfried Zielinski
- Zielinski, Siegfried
- Uniform Title:
- Works. Selections. English
- Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 
- Physical Description:
- xxv, 426 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Posthumanities ; 52
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- License restrictions may limit access.
- Introduction : generators of surprise. diverse media thinking -- History as entertainment and provocation : the TV series Holocaust in West Germany -- Media archaeology : searching for different orders of envisioning -- Towards a dramaturgy of differences -- From territories to intervals : some preliminary thoughts on the economy of time/the time -- On the difficulty to think twofold in one with Nils Röller -- The art of design : (manifesto) on the state of affairs and their agility -- "Too many images! We have to react"! : theses toward an apparatical prosthesis for seeing in the context of Godard's Histoire(s) du cinema -- The audiovisual time machine : concluding theses on the cultural technique of the video recorder -- War and media : marginalia of a genealogy, in legends and images -- Theologi electrici : a few passages -- Historic modes of the audiovisual apparatus -- "To all!" : the struggle of the German workers radio movement 1918-1933 -- Urban music box, urban hearing : Avraamov's Symphony of sirens in Baku and Moscow 1922/23 : a media-archaeological miniature -- How one sees -- Lüology, techno-souls, artificial paradises : fragments of an an-archaeology of sound arts -- Designing and revealing : some aspects of a genealogy of projection -- Allah's automata : where ancient oriental learning intersects with early modern Europe; a media-archaeological miniature by way of introduction.
- "Posthumanities series editor Cary Wolfe has been working with the eminent media theorist, Siegfried Zielinski, originator of the concept of 'deep time' and intellectual heir to Vilem Flusser, on a retrospective collection of essays tracing the course of his work from his exposes of the Nazi media machine to the ubiquity of media today -- so interwoven onto our lives that it has become invisible. Zielinski is a major figure in media studies but his work has been only sporadically translated thus far -- his 'big' book from MIT, Deep Time of the Media, appeared a decade ago"--
- 9781517907075 (hardcover ; acid-free paper) and 9781517907082 (softcover ; acid-free paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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