Fascinating technologies: future directions in the arts and humanities
VIU Arts and Humanities Department
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Technology is embedded both in the methods and subjects of the cultural analysis at the centre of the arts and humanities. But what counts as technology, and how exactly are VIU faculty using it? Are they more excited about potential gains than wary of losses?
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