I’m pleased to announce that my article “The Work of iamamiwhoami in the Age of Networked Transmission” has now been published at the peer-reviewed journal The Projector: A Journal on Film, Media, and Culture.
This article is part of the Winter 2015 special issue on “Digital Media Cultures.”
The issue editor Rosalind Sibelski writes,
This issue of The Projector examines digital media texts, the digital distribution and consumption of media, and the various forms of online communication and cultural practices surrounding media consumption that have been made possible by digital technologies. The essays collected in this issue seek to interrogate the ways in which the melding of media culture with digital culture has not only transformed media texts, media industries, and the ways in which audiences engage with media artifacts, but also the ways in which media is conceptualized on a cultural level, as well as how it is studied and theorized within contemporary media scholarship. (https://sites.google.com/site/projectorjournal/home/spr14-introduction)
The entire issue can be found at: http://www.theprojectorjournal.com/
The editors had some trouble with my images. They are still getting that worked out, but in the meantime, to see the complete version with figures, it can be downloaded from here.
I would like to thank the readers and editors at The Projector. I found the reader reports and editorial guidance extremely helpful in the process of preparing the manuscript. The journal is open access, which is another quality to recommend it.
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