Welcome to the jungle of the imaginary
Present Tense 2020: An Iconology of Time – W.J.T. Mitchell
Mental Traveler: A Father, a Son, and a Journey through Schizophrenia
The Plague and the Police
Iconology 3.0: Image Theory in Our Time (Berlin, 2018)
Telecast of Obama Center Symposium
“American Psychosis,” lecture on the Trump election at University of Geneva, January 18, 2017
Forty Years of Editing Critical Inquiry
“Seeing Madness: Insanity, Media, and Visual Culture,” a lecture delivered at the House of World Cultures in Berlin, November 2, 2013.
The Chicago School of Media Theory
The Chicago School of Media Theory (CSMT) is a research collective established by University of Chicago students and course assistants in W. J. T. Mitchell’s Winter 2003 Theories of Media class. CSMT, which now consists of faculty and students from over a dozen departments, engages in and promotes the interdisciplinary study of media theory.
Media Theory Keywords Glossary
(an essay by W. J. T. Mitchell “ A Critical Conscience: Remembering Edward Said,” in 10-1-2003 edition of the Chronicle for Higher Education.
by S·ndor Hornyik (at “On the Pictorial Turn,” Exindex); view PDF version here.
Critical Inquiry Homepage
University of Chicago Department of English Language and Literature
University of Chicago Department of Art History
Dead Media Project (web-based archive of obsolete and archaic material)
Internet Mapping Project & Where Mathematics Meets the Internet (pdf)
These two links are to projects which aim to “map the internet” through the use of mathematics and internet technology – projects of interest in their relation to the Media HyperAtlas Project.