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[Commlist] MAST Journal's inaugural issue published

Wed Apr 22 22:41:44 GMT 2020

MAST releases Inaugural Issue (vol. 1, no. 1, April 2020): Mapping Media Studies

MAST Journal is pleased to announce the release of Inaugural Issue (vol. 1, no. 1, April 2020 edition). This issue focuses on "Mapping Media Studies" and can be downloaded for free here: _

MAST: The Journal of Media Art Study and Theory is an online, open-access, and double-blind peer-reviewed journal, featuring interdisciplinary scholarship in the domain of media studies.

*MAST (vol. 1, no. 1, April 2020): Mapping Media Studies*


_Editorial Introduction_

Maryam Muliaee & Mani Mehrvarz (University at Buffalo)


Media Philosophy

/Timothy Barker (University of Glasgow)/

Three Moments on Mediation

/Paul Benzon (Skidmore College)/


/Ina Blom (University of Oslo & University of Chicago)/

Building a more Infrastructural Media Studies

/Jordan Frith (Clemson University)/

Practicing Theory

/Jason Geistweidt (University at Buffalo)/

Pas de chemin, pas de ligne

/Katherine Groo (Lafayette College)/

An Alternative to Facts

/Jeffrey West Kirkwood (Binghamton University)/

Towards a Goal of Inclusive Academic Publishing

/Ryan Lizardi (SUNY Polytechnic Institute)/

 From Media Literacy to Media Archaeology

/Carine Mardorossian (University at Buffalo)/

When Art History Meets Information Theory, or on Media Theory outside Media Theory

/Simone Natale (Loughborough University)/

The Undisciplined “Discipline” of the In-between

/Katharina Niemeyer (University of Québec in Montreal)/

To Media Study: Media Studies and Beyond

/Jussi Parikka (University of Southampton & FAMU at the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague)/

Making Media (Study) Haptic

/David Parisi (College of Charleston)/

Investigating the Digital Nonhumanities

/Alex Reid (University at Buffalo)/

Media Study Futures

/Mark Shepard (University at Buffalo)/


/Sarah Sweeney (Skidmore College)/

Media in the Age of Apophenia: Why the Study of Media Art and Theory is more Important Today than Ever

/Bernadette Wegenstein (The Johns Hopkins University)/

Art vs. Tech: Subversive Relations

/Ewa Wójtowicz (University of Arts in Poznan)/

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