Difference between revisions of "Media theory"

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* [[Harold Innis]]
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* [http://burundi.sk/monoskop/log/?p=416 Innis (1950) - Empire and Communications] (book)<br>[[Harold Innis]]
* [[Marshall McLuhan]]
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* [http://burundi.sk/monoskop/log/?p=405 McLuhan (1964) - Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man] (book)<br>[[Marshall McLuhan]]
 
* [[Sean Cubitt]] [https://lists.thing.net/pipermail/idc/2009-July/003817.html], [https://lists.thing.net/pipermail/idc/2009-July/003825.html]
 
* [[Sean Cubitt]] [https://lists.thing.net/pipermail/idc/2009-July/003817.html], [https://lists.thing.net/pipermail/idc/2009-July/003825.html]
* [[Erkki Huhtamo]]
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* [http://www.ntticc.or.jp/pub/ic_mag/ic014/huhtamo/huhtamo_e.html Huhtamo - Archeology of Media Art]<br> [[Erkki Huhtamo]]. Media archaeology is an emerging critical approach Professor Huhtamo has pioneered (together with a few other scholars) since the early 1990's. It excavates forgotten, neglected and suppressed media-cultural phenomena, helping us to penetrate beyond canonized accounts about media culture. Huhtamo pays particular attention to the "life" of topoi, or clichéd elements that emerge over and over again in media history and provide "molds" for experiences. What may seem new often proves to be just new packaging of ideas repeated during hundreds and even thousands of years.
 
* [[Siegfried Zielinski]]
 
* [[Siegfried Zielinski]]
 
* [[Jonathan Beller]]
 
* [[Jonathan Beller]]
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* [[Niklas Luhmann]]
 
* [[Niklas Luhmann]]
 
* [[Derrick de Kerckhove]]
 
* [[Derrick de Kerckhove]]
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* [[Paul Virilio]]

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