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BECKONING BODIES, MAKING SUBJECTS: INTERACTIVE AND IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN CANADIAN MUSEUMS, 1967-2014
Focusing on the uses of interactive and immersive technologies in Canadian exhibits from 1967 to the present, this dissertation investigates how embodied rites of cultural citizenship summon subjects to interface with ...
Constructing Magnificence and Its Discontents: Analysis of the Series Magnificent Century (Muhtesem Yuzyil)
In this thesis, I primarily investigate the phenomenological implications of the television series Magnificent Century. Following phenomenology’s objective of assessing the essential meaning structures of our embodied ...
Boredom, Overload, and the Crisis of Meaning in Late Modern Temporality
Boredom, in its blankness, has been both a canvas and a subject for modern artists and intellectuals. Whereas those in the early and mid-twentieth century theorized and aesthetically reencountered the conditions of boredom ...