Seachange Vol. 6 "Naming"

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Type: 
Online Digital Resources
Date: 
April 14, 2018
Location: 
Quebec, Canada
Subject Fields: 
Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Communication, Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies, Philosophy, Race Studies

Dear Colleagues:
 
It is with great pleasure that we announce the online publication of the 2015 issue of Seachange on the theme of “Naming,” which we invite you to read at the following address: www.seachangejournal.ca
 
This sixth issue of Seachange explores “Naming” through a selection of essays discussing topics ranging from historical, activist, and postcolonial approaches to modern art and psychoanalysis. Marco Deseriis (Northeastern University) and Steffen Krüger (University of Oslo) offer insights into the use of online pseudonyms, while Stéphanie Cassilde and Marie-Hélène Constant consider naming from the perspective of race and postcolonial theory. Furthermore, Robert Kilroy (Trinity College Dublin) offers a rereading of Duchampian titles while Erik Bordeleau (Senselab, Concordia University) reflects on the naming of the collective Entrepreneurs du commun and Rémy Besson (Université de Montréal) produces a counter-history of the term “Shoah."
 
All our issues can be downloaded as full PDFs and all articles are also individually accessible. Please feel free to email us your comments and to join our mailing list on the website.
 
We wish you an eventful reading!
 
Caroline Bem and Rafico Ruiz
Co-editors, Seachange Art | Communication | Technology

Contact Info: 

Caroline Bem
Postdoctoral researcher/chercheure postdoctorale
Département d’histoire de l’art et d’études cinématographiques
Centre de Recherches Intermédiales sur les arts, les lettres, et les techniques
Université de Montréal