Technology, Technicity and Time: Reanimating Old Questions for Film and Media Theory in the Wake of Stiegler’s Philosophical Activism
attention, automatisation, Bernard Stiegler, disindividuation, disorientation, globalisation, ill-being, industrial temporal object, media, mnemotechnics, research, technicity, technology, theory, time
University of the West of England
(at time of presentation)
Patrick Crogan of the University of the West of England was the keynote speaker at the Irish Screen Studies Seminar 2014. Dr. Crogan is at the forefront of research in digital cultures, technoculture, gaming, military robotics, and the work of Bernard Stiegler. His 2011 publication Gameplay Mode (University of Minnesota Press) examines the connections between contemporary computer games and the technoscience of the military-industrial complex since the 1940s.