Posts Tagged 'teaser'

Issue Number Nine: Little Development Devices / Humanitarian Goods

Edited by: Stephen J. Collier, Jamie Cross, Peter Redfield and Alice Street Coming soon! This issue of Limn examines the recent profusion of micro-technologies in the worlds of humanitarianism and development, some focused on fostering forms of social improvement, others claiming

Issue Number Eight: Hacks, Leaks, and Breaches

Edited by: E. Gabriella Coleman and Christopher M. Kelty Buy a copy. February 2017: Hardly a day passes without news of a major hack, leak, or breach; with the scale of computer use and reliance on digital forms of data,

Issue Number Six: The Total Archive

Edited by Boris Jardine and Christopher Kelty Buy a copy. March 2016: Vast accumulations saturate our world: phone calls and emails stored by security agencies; every preference of every individual collected by advertisers; ID numbers, and maybe an iris scan, for

Issue Number Five: Ebola’s Ecologies

Edited by Andrew Lakoff, Stephen J. Collier and Christopher Kelty Buy a copy. January 2015: This issue of Limn on “Ebola’s Ecologies” examines how the 2014 Ebola outbreak has put the norms, practices, and institutional logics of global health into

Issue Number Four: Food Infrastructures

Edited by Mikko Jauho, David Schleifer, Bart Penders and Xaq Frohlich Buy a copy. May 2014: This issue of Limn analyzes food infrastructures and addresses scale in food production, provision, and consumption. We go beyond the tendency towards simple producer

Issue Number Three: Sentinel Devices

Buy a copy. June 2013: The polar ice cap rapidly recedes; colonies of honeybees collapse in alarming numbers; androgynous fish are detected in rivers and streams. These reports not only describe recent events, but also function as signs of an

Issue Number Two: Crowds and Clouds

Buy a copy. March 2012: This issue of LIMN focuses on new social media, data mining and surveillance, crowdsourcing, cloud computing, big data, and Internet revolutions. Rather than follow the well-worn paths of argument typical today, our contributors address the problems

Issue Number Zero: Prototyping Prototyping

Before there was LIMN, there were several different prototypes. The first was occasioned by a conference: on prototypes. Held in Madrid in November of 2010, and organized by Adolpho Estalella and Alberto Corsín Jimenez, it was a conference for which

Issue Number One: Systemic Risk

Buy the PDF! or A print copy from CreateSpace January 2011: Systemic risk has become a central topic of expert discussion and political debate amidst the financial crisis that began in 2008, but it also has resonances across many other