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  • Human Errorby Dominic Pettman

    University of Minnesota Press 2011; US$ 75.00

    What exactly is the human element separating humans from animals and machines? The common answers that immediately come to mind--like art, empathy, or technology--fall apart under close inspection. Dominic Pettman argues that it is a mistake to define such rigid distinctions in the first place, and the most decisive "human error" may be the... more...

  • Look at the Bunnyby Dominic Pettman

    John Hunt Publishing 2013; US$ 16.99

    Dominic Pettman is Chair of Culture and Media, Eugene Lang College, New York, as well as Associate Professor of Liberal Studies, New School for Social Research. more...

  • Infinite Distractionby Dominic Pettman

    Wiley 2015; US$ 12.95

    It is sometimes argued that contemporary media technologies push individuals into collective action on an industrial scale, without them necessarily being aware of it. Yet what if the problem is not that we are all synchronized to the same affective networks and moments, but rather dispersed into countless different networks and moments? What if the... more...

  • Avoiding the Subjectby Justin Clemens; Dominic Pettman

    Amsterdam University Press 2004; US$ 40.50

    A lively and erudite analysis on visual culture, critical theory, film theory, and new media more...

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