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Tara McPherson <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 16 Oct 2007 13:03:13 -0700
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Vectors Difference issue now online!

Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular is 
pleased to announce the launch of its new issue devoted to the theme of 
Difference: <>
Our fifth issue of Vectors stages multiple examinations of the notion of 
difference as it plays out in a variety of spheres, discourses and 
practices, while also privileging race and ethnicity as a central 
through-line of digital culture, a recurring ghost in our networked 
machines.. Featured scholars include David Theo Goldberg/Stefka 
Hristova, Wendy Chun, Mark Kann, Jon Ippolito, Minoo Moallem, Jennifer 
Terry and Christian Sandvig. Vectors is produced by editors Tara 
McPherson and Steve Anderson, co-creative directors Erik Loyer and 
Raegan Kelly, and programmer Craig Dietrich with additional design by 
Alex Ceglia.

Vectors is an international peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated 
to expanding the potentials of academic publication via emergent and 
transitional media. Vectors brings together visionary scholars with 
cutting-edge designers and technologists to propose a thorough 
rethinking of the dynamic relationship of form to content in academic 
research, focusing on the ways technology shapes, transforms and 
reconfigures social and cultural relations.  We only publish works that 
exceed the boundaries of print.

Please also explore previous issues in the Vectors Archive and 
contribute to an ongoing dialogue with the project creators via the 
Vectors Forums.  Feel free to share this announcement widely.

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