Vol 42, No 3 (2017)

Special Issue: At the Margins of Cybernetics

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Table of Contents

Guest Editorial

Guest Editorial: At the Margins of Cybernetics
Philippe Theophanidis, Ghislain Thibault, Dominique Trudel

Articles

The Charismatic Cultural Life of Cybernetics: Reading Norbert Wiener as Visible Scientist
Sheryl N. Hamilton
The Flux of Communication: Innis, Wiener, and the Perils of Positive Feedback
John Bonnett
Understanding Machines: A History of Canadian Mechanology
Ghislain Thibault, Mark Hayward
Bats in the Belfry: On the Relationship of Cybernetics and German Media Theory
Jan Müggenburg
Fruits of Gregory Bateson’s Epistemological Crisis: Embodied Mind-Making and Interactive Experience in Research and Professional Praxis
David Russell, Ray Ison
De la cybernétique à l’architecture numérique: retour sur un demi-siècle de théories, pratiques, et projets expérimentaux
Marion Roussel

Reviews

Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban
Chris Mccormick
Réseaux, libertés et contrôle : Une généalogie politique d’Internet
Anne-Sophie Letellier
Communication transnationale et industries de la culture: une anthologie en trois volumes (1970-1986) - tome 3
Andréanne Rousseau
New Wars, New Media and New War Journalism: Professional and Legal Challenges in Conflict Reporting
Mohammad Imran Parray
Finding McLuhan: THe Mind/The Man/The Message
Jeff Heydon
Roger Waters and Pink Floyd: The Concept Albums
Peter Unwin
Living Stereo: Histories and Cultures of Multichannel Sound
Ryan J. Mack
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