Alan N. Shapiro, Hypermodernism, Hyperreality, Posthumanism

Blog and project archive about media theory, science fiction theory, and creative coding

From Sociology to Media Studies to Software Studies, part two

What is hyper-modernism?, by Alan N. Shapiro

How can we redefine information in the age of social media?, by Alan N. Shapiro

International Flusser Lecture, by Alan N. Shapiro

“Mad Men” and the Sociology of Advertising Consumer Culture, by Venecia Suriel de Häusler

Macht- und Hierarchieverhältnisse am Beispiel von „The Wire“, von Jaška Klocke

“The Wire” and Luhmann’s Systems Theory, by Yara Scholtis

Reality and Simulation in “The Prisoner,” by Caroline Fuchs

“Out of thin air” – Mask and Representation in “Mad Men,” by Marten Weise

Time-Memory-Experience (part 4 of 4), by Anja Wiesinger and Alan N. Shapiro

Time-Memory-Experience (part 2 of 4), by Anja Wiesinger

Time, Memory, Experience (part 1 of 4), by Anja Wiesinger

Media theory: beyond the dualities of form and content, critical and enthusiastic, real and fake, by Alan N. Shapiro

Star Trek: 20 Basic Principles

Halloween at Bayville Scream Park