This formulation by Joseph Tabbi is being reprinted with permission from the University of Minnesota Press's remixthebook. The original online version can be found here.
In The Politics of Information, v.4, Bousquet, Wills, and Co bring their critique home to Higher Education.
Tempering the myth of global variety, David Golumbia processes the dominance of English in digital environments - and a highly standardized English at that.
Marc LaFountain reviews a new collection of Bataille's writings and considers the philosopher's thoughts on prayer in a system and practice of atheology.
Linda Brigham hypercontextualizes contemporary philosophy.
For Daniel Punday, Bernard Siegert's historical materialism - a difficult synthesis of historical, literary, and institutional analysis - falls somewhere between Derrida and Foucault. But see also the review in ebr by historian Richard John, who considers Siegert in the line of Walter Ong, Elizabeth Eisenstein, and Harold Innis.
Joseph Tabbi and Gregory Ulmer discuss what intellectual work will be like in the new electracy.