York University, 1968)
of Interest: European
Intellectual and Cultural History; Critical Theory; Media Studies
I teach at
the University of California, Irvine
in the History Department, the Department of Film and Media Studies, and the
Critical Theory Emphasis. I have courtesy appointments in the Department of
Information and Computer Science and the Department of Comparative Literature.
Some of my recent publications are: What's the Matter with the Internet?
(University of Minnesota Press, 2001), The Second
Media Age (Blackwell, 1995), The Mode of Information (Chicago Press,
1990) and Cultural History and Postmodernity (Columbia University Press,
1997). A collection of pieces old and new with a critical introduction by
Stanley Aronowitz is published as The Information Subject (G & B
Arts International, 2001). I continue my study of the social and cultural
theory of electronically mediated information with a forthcoming work entitled Information
Please: Culture and Politics in a Digital Age (Duke University Press, 2006). A full bibliography of my works
may be found at this site .
texts of out of print books - with original pagination and near original
Selected Writings (first edition) with
the help of mugabe
Foucault, Marxism and History with the help of Elaine Huynh and
Critical Theory of Family with
the help of Jamie Poster
Existential Marxism in Postwar
France with the help of Jamie Poster
syllabi for recent and upcoming quarters.
online interviews in various formats:
awarded this page.
This page was
originally constructed by Elizabeth Finson to whom I am grateful.
Please send me your comments or criticism by email at the
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