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Wednesday
Feb252015

New Culture Machine Live interview with media theorist Federica Frabetti

New Culture Machine Live Interview with media theorist Federica Frabetti conducted by Janneke Adema. You can find it here:
 

http://culturemachinepodcasts.podbean.com/e/software-theory-federica-frabetti/

The interview focuses on Frabetti's recently published monograph Software Theory: A Cultural and Philosophical Study. Topics of conversation include the materiality of software, code and writing, deconstructive readings of technology, the originary technicity of the (post)human, and the politics and ethics of software. This interview was conducted on February 23rd 2015 at Oxford Brookes University. 
 

Culture Machine Live is a series of podcasts looking at a range of issues including the digital humanities, Internet politics, transparency, open access, cultural theory and the future of cultural studies and philosophy. Interviewees and speakers include Johanna Drucker, Chantal Mouffe, Geert Lovink, Alan Liu, Ted Striphas, and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.

 

This series is curated by Janneke Adema, Clare Birchall, Gary Hall & Pete Woodbridge. 

For more information about the online, open access journal Culture Machine, visit www.culturemachine.net

 

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