Publications

New Fellow Book: Caroline Seymour-Jorn’s Creating Spaces of Hope

Congratulations to former C21 Faculty Fellow Caroline Seymour-Jorn (French, Italian, and Comparative Literature) on the recent publication of her new book, Creating Spaces of Hope: Young Artists and the New Imagination in Egypt (American University in Cairo Press, 2020). Caroline… Read More

New Fellow Book: Gabriel Menotti and Virginia Crisp’s Practices of Projection

Congratulations to 2017-18 Visiting Fulbright Scholar Gabriel Menotti (Queen’s University) on a new collection co-edited with Virginia Crisp (King’s College, London)! The new book, Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies (Oxford, 2020) features chapters from Amanda Egbe, Ian Goode, Stefania… Read More

New Book: Former Fellow Elana Levine’s Her Stories Available Now

book cover for Her StoriesElana Levine, one of C21’s 2018-19 Faculty Fellows, has a new book from Duke University Press. Levine worked on the new book, Her Stories: Daytime Soap Opera and US Television History, during her time at the Center.

New Fellow Publication: Erica Bornstein in Humanity Journal

Dr. Erica Bornstein, a cultural anthropologist here at UWM, has just published an article in Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development.

New Book: Gabriel Menotti’s Movie Circuits: Curatorial Approaches to Cinema Technology

Book cover of Movie Circuits by Gabriel MenottiCongratulations to last year’s Fulbright Fellow-in-Residence Gabriel Menotti, who just published his new book Movie Circuits: Curatorial Approaches to Cinema Technology via Amsterdam University Press! The book is about rogue cinemas, practice-led research, and a hint of philosophy of technology.

New Book: Jane Gallop’s Sexuality, Disability, and Aging Out Now From Duke UP

Congratulations to Jane Gallop on the recent publication of her new book, Sexuality, Disability, and Aging: Queer Temporalities of the Phallus, available now from Duke University Press.

C21 Graduate Fellow Allain Daigle in the Atlantic!

Congratulations to current UWM doctoral candidate Allain Daigle for his recent article, “How the 50-mm Lens Became ‘Normal,’” in the May issue of The Atlantic! Allain’s piece was published in partnership with Object Lessons and offers a compelling history of the 50-mm lens’… Read More

New C21 Book: After Extinction Available Now

The Center for 21st Century Studies is excited to announce that After Extinction is now available from the University of Minnesota Press! The book originates from our 2015 conference of the same name and includes essays inspired by and evolving from panels, lectures,… Read More

Two New C21 Publications: Richard Grusin in Ambienti Mediali and Fata Morgana

Center for 21st Century Studies Director Richard Grusin has contributed a chapter on “Datamediation” for the new book Ambienti Mediali, edited by Pietro Montani, Dario Cecchi, and Martino Feyles. Featuring work by former C21 Ph.D. fellow Angela Maiello, Bernard Stiegler, Francesco… Read More

New C21 Book: After Extinction

Coming Soon! We are proud to announce that our latest book with the University of Minnesota Press, After Extinction, has a publication date set for March 2018. The book originates from our 2015 conference of the same name. Including both… Read More