Hacks, Leaks and Breaches, the eighth issue of Limn

2016 ended with the most high profile hacks in history. Presidential elections were disrupted, major superpowers are jockeying for the power of the leak, the hack and the breach. What do you need to know to understand the world of

In the Pipeline at Limn: Public Infrastructures / Infrastructural Publics

The next issue of Limn (#7) examines how, today, relationships among government, expertise, and publics are being constituted, reconstituted, and contested through infrastructures.   Edited by: Stephen J. Collier, James Christopher Mizes and Antina von Schnitzler   Infrastructure has always had

Coming Soon, The Total Archive

Coming this Friday, March 4th! Limn Number 6: The Total Archive Edited by Boris Jardine  and Christopher Kelty What do you do with everything? All of it.  Every thing, book, person, datum, seed and gene?  Limn Number 6 asks: how does the total

Ebola’s Ecologies now in Print.

Issue 5, on the 2014 Ebola epidemic, has generated tremendous interest and discussion already. It’s now available in print and includes all of the articles published online, as well as some new material and imagery. “Ebola’s Ecologies” examines how the

Coming Sooner than You Think: Ebola

The response to Ebola is more than spectacle–it’s an opportunity to think about how preparedness and response unfold in real time. Limn has asked a dozen scholars to reflect on the crisis as it is happening and we will publish