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La Grande Collection

THE DIGITAL SUBJECT

Edited by Claire Larsonneur, Arnaud Regnauld, Pierre Cassou-Noguez and Sara Touiza


1. Politics of the Self
- N.K. Hayles, The Cognitive Nonconscious and Automated Trading Algorithms
- B. Stiegler, From Psychopower to Neuropower
- L.H. Liu, The Probability of Sense in the Hypermnesiac Machine

2. Digital World-Forming
- J. M Salanskis, Computation and Subjectivity
- P. Vauday, Memory Disorders: Memory Forms

3. Prosthetics and Traces
- F.D. Sebbah, Digital Traces: More or Less than Phantoms?
- O’Gorman, Taking Care of Digital Dementia
- R. Bourassa, The Challenges of Memory: between Hypermnesia and Forgetting
- E. Mechoulan, The Organization of Archives and Metadata in Hypermnesiac Contexts

4. Blank Page and Oblivion
- D. Smith, Clichés and the Blank Page: For a Politics of Creativity, Imagination and Memory
- G. Le Cor, “A divergent elsewhere”: Erasure and Layering in Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer and The Desert by Jen Bervin
- S. Vanderhaeghe, In Praise of Forgetfulness (Notes on Literature in Times of Crisis)

The Grande Collection Arts-H2H is composed of edited books: each volume focuses on a subject that echoes the Labex’s activities. This series aims at promoting our research work on an international scale.

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Labex Arts-H2H

The Laboratory of Excellence in Arts and Human Mediations is part of the “Investments for the future” program since 2011. As part of this program, its members conduct research following three main lines: situations, technologies, hybridization.

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