Rorotoko is a long-running academic website which has interviews and features about books. For April 12th I was the cover interview on the front page. The interview is a series of four main points about the book: 1, “In a nutshell.” What is this book all about? What are its unique arguments and/or features? How... Continue Reading →
‘Imagining Artificial Life’ at the Being Human Festival, 15 November
This is a wonderful-looking event I'm speaking at with some fascinating people. Organized through the Institute of Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh, where I am a Fellow this semester. Do come along! Imagining Artificial Life: breaking through the screen Tuesday 15 November, 17:30-18:30 BST at the Traverse Theatre What... Continue Reading →
How We Became Sensorimotor: book available to buy!
My new book with University of Minnesota Press, How We Became Sensorimotor: Movement, Measurement, Sensation was published in October 2021. You can buy it from the publisher themselves, or the usual book retail outlets including Amazon US and UK, and the Book Depository (which has free worldwide delivery). The book is the culmination of years... Continue Reading →
‘Haptic Media Studies’ workshop, UCL, July 10
'Haptic Media Studies: Touch and Desire in a Digital Age' is the name of a one-day Symposium at the UCL knowledgelab, as part of their In-Touch project. The wonderful Professor Carey Jewitt has invited David Parisi and myself to speak. Full details are at the UCL website. There are two papers and two responses: David... Continue Reading →