Tag: technology

The Reality of TV

Television isn’t to blame for every social ill but neither is it neutral, write Melinda Hinkson.

Imagining the Post-Human

Simon Cooper Recent books by Kazuo Ishiguro and Michel Houellebecq offer guides of sorts to the post-human.

On Creative Mythmaking


Between Life and Death: The Schiavo Case

Guy Rundle

Downloading the Siren’s Song

Simon Cooper The tecnological management of otherness

Black Pluto’s Door

Tom Nairn: The beginnings of a new and undisguised american unilateralism has led many to suggest global forms of justice. But peace may only be achieved by overcoming the impasse of nationalisms in the region

What Hope for Years to Come?

Geoff Sharp: In the wake of the terrorist attacks in the United States, the tension between religious piety and imperial power reveals the urgent need for re-examination of the new social forms

Prague Autumn

Guy Rundle Pollyanna politics and global social movements

Up Close and Abstract

Michele Willson Image and Presence Vie in Online Offerings

Towards Global Diversity

The combination of high technology and the market has produced new kind of economy and culture, writes John Hinkson