Teaching Technobiophilia and how to request a sample copy

First computer bug http://mail.computerhistory.org/pipermail/inforoots/2004-September/001414.html
First computer bug http://mail.computerhistory.org/pipermail/inforoots/2004-September/001414.html

Technobiophilia is starting to be taken up by academics interested in studying the issues raised in the book. Teachers can request sample copies for examination from Bloomsbury at each of their three country websites – UK, USA, and Australia. It’s already coming up in the following contexts:

  • University of Amsterdam Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, The Netherlands, Media Life, taught by Mark Deuze.
  • Emerson College, USA: LI217 Literature, Culture, and the Environment, taught by Steve Himmer
  • University of Alberta, Canada: Graduate Program in Communications and Technology, New Media Narratives, taught by Jess Laccetti
  • University at Albany & Empire State College, USA: Tech:nature literacy – Technobiophilia, taught by Sue Thomas

If you’re planning to teach the book I’d love to hear from you.

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