Patrick Jagoda is an assistant professor of English at the University of Chicago and a coeditor of Critical Inquiry. His scholarship examines how contemporary American fiction, film, television, and digital media aestheticize global networks (including terrorist networks, economic systems, and computer webs). He also works on several projects related to digital storytelling, transmedia game design, and new media learning.
The Next Level: Alexander R. Galloway’s “The Interface Effect”
ldquo;MEDIA DETERMINE OUR SITUATION,” the late German media theorist Friedrich Kittler observed at the beginning of his 1986 book ...