Conceiving of Inter-Machinic Rhetorics

Consubstantiating Ecologies: Inter-Machinic Rhetorics and Networked Microchip Communications Sheller and Urry (2006) argue that, among other changes to the ways mobility is theorized in light of the microchip revolution, networks of humans, objects, and technologies should be foregrounded especially in relation to material infrastructures (215). They theorize hybrid systems of humans and nonhumans that function … Continue reading Conceiving of Inter-Machinic Rhetorics