“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.
For more information, visit their site.
A Critical Conscience: Remembering Edward Said,” (an essay by W. J. T. Mitchell
in 10-1-2003 edition of the Chronicle for Higher Education.  View PDF version here  

  “On the Pictorial Turn,” by S·ndor Hornyik (at Exindex); view PDF version here.

  An Exposition of Picture Theory (University of Florida)

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)
  Media Theory Keywords Glossary
  Media Taxonomy Models
  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. W.J.T. Mitchell’s “World Pictures”

On September 16, 2010, Professor W.J.T. Mitchell, of the University of Chicago visited the Central Academy of Fine Arts for a lecture which he titled “World Pictures.”.

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