css.php

Author Archives: Aaron Pinnix

Caribbean Revolts and Revolutions

Hello all, I’ve created my final project. For the full scale version please go to Caribbean Revolts and Revolutions. As the map doesn’t offer a particularly good space for a Project Narrative, I’ve included it below.   Caribbean Revolts and

Caribbean Revolts and Revolutions

Hello all, I’ve created my final project. For the full scale version please go to Caribbean Revolts and Revolutions. As the map doesn’t offer a particularly good space for a Project Narrative, I’ve included it below.   Caribbean Revolts and

As Flies to Whatless Boys, aka Technological Ruminations

As Flies to Whatless Boys strikes me as presenting a complicated and nuanced picture of technology, or to be more precise, technologies. I think we might read much of its actions, and time periods, as ruminations upon the ways in

As Flies to Whatless Boys, aka Technological Ruminations

As Flies to Whatless Boys strikes me as presenting a complicated and nuanced picture of technology, or to be more precise, technologies. I think we might read much of its actions, and time periods, as ruminations upon the ways in

Resource Page, Caribbean Revolutions

Picture from http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu Caribbean Revolutions The Caribbean is a diverse space, with a long history of many populations— native, European colonizers, imported slaves and indentured servants— which have not only cohabitated, but at times oppressed, been oppressed and fought against

Resource Page, Caribbean Revolutions

Picture from http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu Caribbean Revolutions The Caribbean is a diverse space, with a long history of many populations— native, European colonizers, imported slaves and indentured servants— which have not only cohabitated, but at times oppressed, been oppressed and fought against

Simultaneously Necessary and Impossible: the Uneven Archive

Larry Change claims in “Genesis of the Jamaica Gay Freedom Movement Archive” that “Who writes the history determines the agenda” (np), and we find similar claims made elsewhere among this week’s readings— inquiries into the relation between history and the

Simultaneously Necessary and Impossible: the Uneven Archive

Larry Change claims in “Genesis of the Jamaica Gay Freedom Movement Archive” that “Who writes the history determines the agenda” (np), and we find similar claims made elsewhere among this week’s readings— inquiries into the relation between history and the

Naniki, the story,

“The computer is not the enemy of the book. It is the child of print culture…” (Murray 8) I find http://nanikistory.org/story.html to be very interesting for displaying in its digital iteration a constellation of influences, and while the site seems

Naniki, the story,

“The computer is not the enemy of the book. It is the child of print culture…” (Murray 8) I find http://nanikistory.org/story.html to be very interesting for displaying in its digital iteration a constellation of influences, and while the site seems

Slave Revolt in Jamaica, 1760-1761 Site Review

  Slave Revolt in Jamaica appears to be the work of one man, Vincent Brown “Principal Investigator and Curator.” While Brown includes other titles related to his academic work (for instance “Charles Warren Professor of History and Professor of African

Slave Revolt in Jamaica, 1760-1761 Site Review

  Slave Revolt in Jamaica appears to be the work of one man, Vincent Brown “Principal Investigator and Curator.” While Brown includes other titles related to his academic work (for instance “Charles Warren Professor of History and Professor of African

the giving-voice-to

Among these readings I was impressed with Hall’s considerations of identity “as a ‘production’ which is never complete, always in process, and always constituted within, not outside, representation.” (Hall 234). By highlighting the multiple ways in which difference matters (both

the giving-voice-to

Among these readings I was impressed with Hall’s considerations of identity “as a ‘production’ which is never complete, always in process, and always constituted within, not outside, representation.” (Hall 234). By highlighting the multiple ways in which difference matters (both

What’s so Wrong With “An Age of Optimism” in “societies structured in dominance” Anyway?

  Written 20 years ago at the nascent start of what would become the digital era, readings from Nicholas Negroponte’s Being Digital (Chapter 13 and Epilogue) strike me as simultaneously prescient for its understanding of the ways technology would change

What’s so Wrong With “An Age of Optimism” in “societies structured in dominance” Anyway?

  Written 20 years ago at the nascent start of what would become the digital era, readings from Nicholas Negroponte’s Being Digital (Chapter 13 and Epilogue) strike me as simultaneously prescient for its understanding of the ways technology would change