Richard Grusin is professor of English at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he formerly directed the Center for 21st Century Studies. He has authored numerous chapters and articles on film and media, including “Radical Mediation” (Critical Inquiry, Autumn 2015). He has published four books, including, with Jay David Bolter, Remediation: Understanding New Media (MIT, 1999); Culture, Technology, and the Creation of America’s National Parks (Cambridge, 2004); and Premediation: Affect and Mediality After 9/11 (Palgrave, 2010). He is editor of three books: The Nonhuman Turn (Minnesota, 2015), Anthropocene Feminism (Minnesota, 2017), and After Extinction (forthcoming Minnesota, 2018).
Cybersexism in Three Acts
Richard Grusin reviews Laura Poitras's "Risk," her look at Julian Assange....