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Poetic inquiry for the social and human sciences: Voices from the South and North (2024)
Book
van Rooyen, H., & Pithouse-Morgan, K. (2024). Poetic inquiry for the social and human sciences: Voices from the South and North. HSRC Press

Poetic Inquiry for the Human and Social Sciences: Voices from the South and North enriches human and social science research by introducing new voices, insights, and epistemologies. Poetic inquiry, or poetry as research, is a literary and performance... Read More about Poetic inquiry for the social and human sciences: Voices from the South and North.

Maappa and The Ungovernable Female Protagonists of Sakha Cinema (2023)
Journal Article
McGinity-Peebles, A., & Khokholova, N. (2023). Maappa and The Ungovernable Female Protagonists of Sakha Cinema. Apparatus, 17, 43-58. https://doi.org/10.17892/app.2023.00017.338

The Sakha Republic, which has produced its own films for more than thirty years, has recently gained the attention of scholars of Russian and Eurasian cinemas globally (Damiens 2014, 2015; Strukov 2018; Romanova 2022; McGinity-Peebles 2022). Frequent... Read More about Maappa and The Ungovernable Female Protagonists of Sakha Cinema.

士紳化以外: 臺北大稻埕的文化經濟 與舊城襲產再/創造 (2023)
Journal Article
Sham, D. H. (2023). 士紳化以外: 臺北大稻埕的文化經濟 與舊城襲產再/創造. 文化研究/Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies, 37, 57-102. https://doi.org/10.6752/JCS.202310_%2837%29.0003

In East and Southeast Asia, culture-led urban regeneration has been criticized for bringing in cultural economy activities that have few connections, if at all, with the local contexts, and leading to gentrification of the historic districts and evic... Read More about 士紳化以外: 臺北大稻埕的文化經濟 與舊城襲產再/創造.

FUTURE MACHINE: Making Myths & Designing Technology for a Responsible Future: Making Myths and Entanglement: Community engagement at the edge of participatory design and user experience (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Jacobs, R., Spence, J., Abbott, F., Chamberlain, A., Heim, W., Yemaoua Dayo, A., …King, J. (2023). FUTURE MACHINE: Making Myths & Designing Technology for a Responsible Future: Making Myths and Entanglement: Community engagement at the edge of participatory design and user experience. . https://doi.org/10.1145/3616961.3616979

This paper explores the unique methods and strategies employed by a team of artists, in collaboration with engineers, programmers, a climate scientist, researchers and members of the public, who have come together to create the Future Machine, with t... Read More about FUTURE MACHINE: Making Myths & Designing Technology for a Responsible Future: Making Myths and Entanglement: Community engagement at the edge of participatory design and user experience.

TAS for Cats: An Artist-led Exploration of Trustworthy Autonomous Systems for Companion Animals (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Schneiders, E., Chamberlain, A., Fischer, J. E., Benford, S., Castle-Green, S., Ngo, V., …Mills, D. (2023). TAS for Cats: An Artist-led Exploration of Trustworthy Autonomous Systems for Companion Animals. In TAS ‘23: Proceedings of The First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems 11-12 July 2023 Edinburgh, UK. https://doi.org/10.1145/3597512.3597517

Cat Royale is an artist-led exploration of trustworthy autonomous systems (TAS) created by the TAS Hub's creative ambassadors Blast Theory. A small community of cats inhabits a purpose built 'cat utopia' at the centre of which a robot arm tries to en... Read More about TAS for Cats: An Artist-led Exploration of Trustworthy Autonomous Systems for Companion Animals.

Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Benford, S., Hazzard, A., Vear, C., Webb, H., Chamberlain, A., Greenhalgh, C., …Marshall, J. (2023). Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS. In TAS ‘23: Proceedings of The First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems 11-12 July 2023 Edinburgh, UK. https://doi.org/10.1145/3597512.3599709

Conventional wisdom has it that trustworthy autonomous systems (AS) should be explainable, dependable, controllable and safe tools for humans to use. Reflecting on a portfolio of artistic applications of TAS leads us adopt an alternative stance and t... Read More about Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS.

Language and the prison-house: the cultural rhetoric of Brazil's cultural memory wars (2023)
Book Chapter
Miranda, R. (2023). Language and the prison-house: the cultural rhetoric of Brazil's cultural memory wars. In Culture and Society. Rhetorical Perspectives, Transferential Insights (133-154). Tibilisi, Georgia: New Vision University Press

This chapter aims to explore the contribution of cultural rhetoric towards the critique of cultural memory, taking up as case study the discussions on the Brazilian military dictatorship (1964-1985). Partially as a backlash against the work of the Tr... Read More about Language and the prison-house: the cultural rhetoric of Brazil's cultural memory wars.

Posthumanism Love In The Time Of AI (2023)
Book Chapter
Wright, C. (2023). Posthumanism Love In The Time Of AI. In J. Tambling (Ed.), The Bloomsbury Handbook to Literature and Psychoanalysis. London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Posthumanism, with its visions of disembodied technological transcendence, has tended to dismiss psychoanalysis, with its emphasis on bodily drives and unconscious fantasies, as part of the outmoded Humanist framework posthumanism criticises. This co... Read More about Posthumanism Love In The Time Of AI.

Badiou's Lacan And The Beckett-Event (2023)
Book Chapter
Wright, C. (2023). Badiou's Lacan And The Beckett-Event. In J. Tambling (Ed.), The Bloomsbury Handbook to Literature and Psychoanalysis (267-278). London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Alain Badiou, one of the most psychoanalytically informed philosophers writing today, has called Jacques Lacan his “master” yet he also deems him to be an “anti-philosopher”. This chapter will do two things with this tension. Firstly, it will explore... Read More about Badiou's Lacan And The Beckett-Event.

Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon (2022)
Book Chapter
Wright, C. (2022). Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon. In The Palgrave Handbook of Psychosocial Studies (1-19). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-61510-9_34-1

Black Skin, White Masks, by the experimental psychiatrist and anti-colonial militant, Franz Fanon, is regarded as a seminal text in the fields of postcolonial theory and critical race studies. Yet it has also been deeply influential on – and indeed c... Read More about Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon.

Returning To Lacan's Seminar XVII (2022)
Book
Litten, R., & Wright, C. (Eds.). (2022). Returning To Lacan's Seminar XVII. New York: Lacanian Press

We now read Jacques Lacan’s seventeenth seminar from “the other side” of a fifty-year gap separating us from its initial delivery, at the Place du Panthéon, in the academic year 1969-1970. This is factually the case, yet viewing it this way is akin t... Read More about Returning To Lacan's Seminar XVII.

Cinema, Ethnicity, and Nation-Building in the Sakha Republic (Russia) and Kazakhstan (2022)
Book Chapter
McGinity-Peebles, A. (2022). Cinema, Ethnicity, and Nation-Building in the Sakha Republic (Russia) and Kazakhstan. In Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.1326

In the post-Soviet era, ethnocultural identity and nationhood have been dominant themes in the cinemas of Kazakhstan and the Sakha Republic (officially known as the Republic of Sakha, or Yakutia). Despite their different sociopolitical contexts (unli... Read More about Cinema, Ethnicity, and Nation-Building in the Sakha Republic (Russia) and Kazakhstan.

Metaverse: The Vision for the Future (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Xu, J., Papangelis, K., Dunham, J., Goncalves, J., LaLone, N. J., Chamberlain, A., …Schwartz, D. I. (2022). Metaverse: The Vision for the Future. In CHI EA '22: Extended Abstracts of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (1-3). https://doi.org/10.1145/3491101.3516399

In recent years, the notion of the Metaverse has become the focus of a growing body of work in the industry. However, there is no consensus on the conceptualization in academia. To date, much of this attention has revolved around technological challe... Read More about Metaverse: The Vision for the Future.

Staging listening: new methods for engaging audiences with sound in museums (2022)
Journal Article
Mansell, J., De Little, A., & Jamieson, A. (2022). Staging listening: new methods for engaging audiences with sound in museums. Science Museum Group Journal, https://doi.org/10.15180/221704

This article reports on the experimental methodology and key findings of the AHRC-funded impact and engagement project Sonic Futures: Collecting, Curating and Engaging with Sound at the National Science and Media Museum (2020–21). The project underto... Read More about Staging listening: new methods for engaging audiences with sound in museums.

TV and Cars (2022)
Book
Grainge, P. (2022). TV and Cars. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

TV and Cars offers a compelling lens on television in a mobile media era. Cars are vehicles for television, a fixture of the shows and ads that drive TV. In this original approach to contemporary television, Paul Grainge looks beyond questions of spe... Read More about TV and Cars.

“He’s Not from Our Tribe!”: Jewish and Kabardian Identities in the Post-Soviet Russian Space(s) of Kantemir Balagov’s Closeness (Tesnota, 2017) (2021)
Journal Article
MCGINITY-PEEBLES, A. (2021). “He’s Not from Our Tribe!”: Jewish and Kabardian Identities in the Post-Soviet Russian Space(s) of Kantemir Balagov’s Closeness (Tesnota, 2017). Slavic and East European Journal, 65(4), 681-700

Closeness (Tesnota, dir. Kantemir Balagov, 2017), is a striking example of contemporary Russian cinema due to its sustained focus on two groups of ethnic “others” (Jews and Kabardians) living in one of the poorest and most conflict-ridden areas of Ru... Read More about “He’s Not from Our Tribe!”: Jewish and Kabardian Identities in the Post-Soviet Russian Space(s) of Kantemir Balagov’s Closeness (Tesnota, 2017).

‘We live like swine and die like swine, because we mean nothing to each other’: The little person, the state and nationhood in contemporary Russian film (2021)
Book Chapter
McGinity-Peebles, A. (2021). ‘We live like swine and die like swine, because we mean nothing to each other’: The little person, the state and nationhood in contemporary Russian film. In G. Gergely, & S. Hayward (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to European Cinema (394-403). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003027447

Since Putin's third term as president, official discourse of Russian nationhood has become increasingly statist, ethnonationalist, traditionalist and anti-Western in tone and substance. This chapter analyzes the three films, Long and Happy Life, Levi... Read More about ‘We live like swine and die like swine, because we mean nothing to each other’: The little person, the state and nationhood in contemporary Russian film.

From Idents to Influencers: The promotional screen industries (2021)
Book Chapter
Grainge, P. (2021). From Idents to Influencers: The promotional screen industries. In The Routledge Companion to Media Industries (363-371). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429275340-36

This chapter examines the role of the promotional screen industries, a fluid configuration of companies, agencies, and intermediaries that produce audiovisual marketing content for media and consumer brands, corporations, universities, governments, c... Read More about From Idents to Influencers: The promotional screen industries.

Keep Calm and Carry On: Challenging a Discourse of Necessity and Forbearance in News Reporting of UK “Austerity” Policies (2021)
Book Chapter
Birks, J. (2021). Keep Calm and Carry On: Challenging a Discourse of Necessity and Forbearance in News Reporting of UK “Austerity” Policies. In S. L. Borden (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Media and Poverty. London: Routledge

Severe cuts to public spending in the United Kingdom were ushered in from 2010 by a Conservative-led coalition government that used the 2008 financial crisis to advance a political agenda to roll back much of the social democratic welfare state. The... Read More about Keep Calm and Carry On: Challenging a Discourse of Necessity and Forbearance in News Reporting of UK “Austerity” Policies.