[-empyre-] BOOKSHELF ALL-CALL: -empyre week 2

Simon Biggs simon at littlepig.org.uk
Tue Jun 14 11:53:43 AEST 2016

Here in the Southern Hemisphere it’s winter and mid academic year so reading tends to be marginalised. Books I currently have open are:

Karen Barad, Meeting the Universe Halfway.
Roberto Simanowski, Digital Art and Meaning
Tim Ingold, Being Alive
Markku Eskelinen, Cybertext Poetics
Diana Coole & Samantha Frost, New Materialisms
Franco Moretti, Distant Reading



Simon Biggs
simon at littlepig.org.uk

> On 13 Jun 2016, at 12:30, Renate Terese Ferro <rferro at cornell.edu> wrote:
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> Thanks to Sean and all of you who this past week posted your to read bookshelves. Sean wrote this snippet that I think is worthy of reposting.  
> Sean Cubitt wrote: 
> Snip
> Reading time becomes precious, therefore tied to projects, which in the age=
> of automated search and recommendation destroys the serendipity of wanderi=
> ng through libraries.
> Snip
> Reading time is precious and for me punctuated by too many other demands.  I have really been enjoying perusing through all of your lists and have found some interesting titles that I have added to my own  list. I am headed to NYC for the next few days and am looking forward to reading some of The Botany of Desire. 
> For all of our -empyre subscribers please join in and share.  This one is for all of you.  Post your bookshelf of titles you hope to read over the next few months. 
> Best.  Renate
> Renate Ferro
> Visiting Associate Professor
> College of Architecture, Art and Planning
> Department of Art
> Tjaden Hall 306
> rferro at cornell.edu
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