Thursday, 5 April 2012

B&S Special Issue on Animation & Automation - Out Now!

The new issue Body & Society (18.1, March 2012) is now available.

This Special Issue on Animation & Automation - The Liveliness and Labours of Bodies and Machines is edited and introduced by Jackie Stacey and Lucy Suchman.

Featuring articles by Lisa Cartwright on affective relationships and Fleischer's Rotoscope, Beth Coleman on pervasive media and A Scanner Darkly, Janet Harbord on machinic vision and the Powers of Ten, Kim Sawchuck on animation and anatomy, and Natasha Myers on embodied animations and the Dance Your PhD contest.
TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.

TCS March Issue - Out Now!

The new issue of TCS (29.2, March 2012) is now available.

Featuring articles by Steven Seidman on cosmopolitan Beirut, Michael E Gardiner on Lefebvre and boredom, Pasi Valiaho on affectivity and biopolitics, Martin Kornberger on governing the city, and Vikki Bell on Butler, Whitehead and a topological approach to performativity.

The issue also includes review articles by John P DiMoia on Ong & Chen's Asian Biotech, Javier Caletrio on elites and mobilities, and Nick Gane's book review of Donald MacKenzie's Material Markets.
TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.