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Faculty Publications 2012

1. Refereed books (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Coleman, Gabriella. Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking. Princeton University Press, 2012.

Jones, Amelia. Seeing Differently: A History and Theory of Identification and the Visual Arts. New York & London: Routledge Press, 2012.

Ross, Christine. The Past is the Present; It's the Future Too: The Temporal Turn in Contemporary Art. New York: Continuum, 2012. 348.

Sterne, Jonathan. MP3: The Meaning of a Format. Durham: Duke University Press, 2012. 341.

Vanhaelen, Angela. The Wake of Iconoclasm: Painting the Church in the Dutch Republic. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012.

2. Portions of refereed books (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Barney, Darin. “'That’s no way to run a railroad': The Battle River branchline and the politics of technology in rural Alberta.” Social Transformation in Rural Canada. Eds. John Parkins & Maureen Reed. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2012. 309-326.

Coleman, Gabriella. “Phreaks, Hackers, and Trolls and the Politics of Transgression and Spectacle.” The Social Media Reader. Ed. Michael Mandiberg. New York: NYU Press, 2012. 99-119.

Jones, Amelia. “Lost Bodies: Los Angeles Performance Art in Art History.” Live Art in LA: Performance in Southern California, 1970-1983. Ed. Peggy Phelan. New York and London: Routledge, 2012.

Jones, Amelia. “Kinesthetic Empathy in Philosophical and Art History, Thoughts on How and What Art Means.” Prologue to Kinaesthetic Empathy in Creative and Cultural Practices. Ed. Dee Reynolds and Matthew Reason. Bristol: Intellect Press, 2012.

Jones, Amelia. “Screen Eroticisms: Exploring Female Desire in Feminist Film and Video.” Resolutions 3: Video Praxis in Global Spaces. Eds. Erika Suderburg and Ming Ma. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012.

Jones, Amelia. “‘Wake up, the other is here—es más, the other is you’.” Guillermo Gómez-Peña: Homo fronterizus [1492-2020]. Las Palmas de Gran Canario, Spain: Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, 2012).

Jones, Amelia. “Not: Rachel Lachowicz’s Red Not Blue.Rachel Lachowicz. Los Angeles: Shoshana Wayne Gallery, 2012.

Jones, Amelia. “Valérie Blass and the Reanimated (Whimsical) Uncanny.” Valérie Blass. Ed. Lesley Johnstone. Montréal: Musée d’art contemporain, 2012. In French and English.

Jones, Amelia. “Time Passing Upside Down: Julie Rrap’s 360 degree self-portrait.” Art and Australia, 2012.

Nelson, Charmaine. “Innocence Curtailed: Reading Maternity and Sexuality as Labour in Canadian Representations of Black Girls." Sex, Power and Slavery: The Dynamics of Carnal Relations under Enslavement. Eds. Gwyn Campbell and Elizabeth Elbourne. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2012.

Raboy, Marc. “Canada.” The Television Reader. Critical Perspectives in Canadian and US Television Studies. Eds. Tanner Mirrlees and Joseph Kispal-Kovacs. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Raboy, M. “The WSIS as a Political Space in Global Media Governance.” International Communication. Ed. Daya K. Thussu. London: SAGE, 2012.

Sterne, Jonathan. “Machines to Hear for Them.” Making the Walls Quake as if They Were Dilating with the Secret Knowledge of Great Powers. Eds. Michael Libera and Lidia Klein. Warsaw: Zacheta National Gallery of Art, 2012. 98-103. Rpt. of “Chapter One: Machines to Hear for Them”. The Audible Past. 2003.

Sterne, Jonathan. “Sonic Imaginations.” The Sound Studies Reader. Ed. Jonathan Sterne. London: Routledge, 2012. 1-17.

Straw, William. "Driving in Cars with Words." (Re)Discovering 'America'/(Re)Descubriendo 'America'. Eds. Wilfried Raussert and Graciela Martinez-Zalce. Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2012. 19-30.

Straw, William. "Palavras, canções e carros: Músicas de abertura e as sequências de créditos nos filmes." Som + Imagem. Trans. Roberto Robalinho. Eds. Simone Pereira de Sa and Fernando Morais da Costa. Rio de Janeiro: Viveiros de Castro Editora Ltda, 2012. 111-126.

Straw, William. "Music and Material Culture." The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction. Eds. Martin Clayton, Trevor Herbert and Richard Middleton 2nd Ed. London and New York: Routledge, 2012.

Vanhaelen, Angela. “Painting the Visible Church: The Calvinist Art of Making Publics.” Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe: Performance, geography, privacy. London and New York: Routledge, 2013. 223–240.

3. Refereed journal articles published by academic presses (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Barney, Darin. “The truth of le printemps érable.” Theory & Event 15.3 supplement (Fall 2012): n. pag. Web.

Barney, Darin. “I guess you had to be there: The making of ‘Battle River Railroad -- The Movie.’” Canadian Journal of Communication 37.1 (Spring 2012): 213-216.

Coleman, Gabriella. “Am I Anonymous?” Ed. Chris Kelty. Limn, Issue Two: Crowds and Clouds (May 2012): n. pag. Web.

Hilsdale, Cecily. “Gift.” Studies in Iconography 33 (2012): 171-82.

Moser, Jeffrey. “The Ethics of Immutable Things: Interpreting Lü Dalin’s Illustrated Investigations of Antiquity.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 72.2 (2012): 259-293.

Moser, Jeffrey. “Authority in Visual Exegesis.” Literature & Aesthetics 22.2 (December, 2012): 72-86.

Rentschler, Carrie. “On S’En Câlisse, La Loi Speciale: The Music Festival that Wasn’t.” Wi: Journal of Mobile Media (2012): n. pag. Web. <http://wi.mobilities.ca/on-sen-calisse-la-loi-special-the-music-festival...>. Rpt. as “Grab your drum and join us: Montreal’s street music festival like no other.” Rabble.ca, 6 June 2012. <http://rabble.ca/news/2012/06/grab-your-drum-and-join-us-montreals-stree...>. Rpt. in nomorepotlucks.org, 1 July 2012. <http://nomorepotlucks.org/site/on-sen-calisse-la-loi-speciale-the-music-...>.

Sterne, Jonathan. “Quebec’s #casseroles: on participation, percussion and protest.” Theory and Event 15:3 (Fall 2012): n. pag. Web.

Vanhaelen, Angela. “Boredom’s Threshold: Dutch Realism,” Art History 35.5 (November 2012): 1004-1023.

Vanhaelen, Angela. “Publishing the Private in Dutch Comic Culture.” History Compass 10.9 (September 2012): 652-666.

4. Edited Books (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Lentz, Roberta, Joseph Straubhaar, Jeremiah Spence, and Zeynep Tufekci, eds. Inequity in the City: Race, Class, Gender, and the Digital Divide in Austin. Austin, Texas: University of Texas, 2012. Refereed.

Sterne, Jonathan, ed. The Sound Studies Reader. London: Routledge, 2012.

Vanhaelen, Angela and Bronwen Wilson, eds. The Erotics of Looking: Materiality, Solicitation and Netherlandish Visual Culture. Special issue of Art History 35.5 (November 2012).

5. Scholarly editions or major reference works or anthologies (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

6. Scholarly translations (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

7. Co-authored refereed books (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Jones, Amelia and Adrian Heathfield, eds. and auth. Perform, Repeat, Record: Live Art in History. Bristol: Intellect Press, 2012.

8. Co-authored portions of refereed books (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Jones, Amelia, ed. and auth. “Forum: Performance, Live or Dead.” Art Journal 70.3 (January 2012): 32-38.

Lentz, Roberta, et al. “Chapter 7: Structuring Access: The Role of Austin Public Access Centers in Digital Inclusion.” The Persistence of Inequity in the Technopolis. Eds. Joseph Straubhaar, Jerimiah Spence, Zeynep Tufekci, and Becky Lentz. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2012: 305-355.

Raboy, Marc, Jeremy Shtern, and Normand Landry. “The Least Imperfect Form of Global Governance Yet? Civil Society and Multi-Stakeholder Governance of Communication”. From NWICO to WSIS: 30 Years of Communication Geopolitics. Eds. Divina Frau-Meigs et al. Bristol, UK: Intellect Ltd., 2012.

Raboy, Marc. and Aysha Mawani. “Are States Still Important? Reflections on the Nexus Between National and Global Media and Communication Policy.” Routledge Handbook of Media Law. Eds. Monroe Price, Stefaan Verhulst and Libby Morgan. New York: Routledge, 2012.

Vanhaelen, Angela and Steven Mullaney. “Introduction: Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe—Performance, Geography, Privacy.” Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe: Performance, geography, privacy. New York and London: Routledge, 2013. 1–16.

9. Co-authored refereed journal articles published by university presses (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Vanhaelen, Angela and Bronwen Wilson. “The Erotics of Looking: Materiality, Solicitation and Netherlandish Visual Culture.” Art History 35.5 (November 2012): 874-885.

10. Co-authored scholarly editions or major reference works or anthologies (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Barney, Darin, Brian Massumi, and Cayley Sorochan. “Introduction: Theorizing the printemps érable.” Theory & Event 15:3 suppl. (Fall 2012).

11. Co-authored scholarly translations (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Barney, Darin. “To Misters Pratte, Dubuc, Facal and all the others who do not understand.” Trans. Normand Baillargeon and Darin Barney. Theory & Event 15:3 (Fall 2012).

12. Dictionary entries, book reviews, commentaries (Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2012)

Coleman, Gabriella. “Anonymous.” A Glossary of Network Ecologies. Eds. Caroline Wiedemann & Soenke Zehle. Amsterdam, NL: Institute of Network Cultures. November 2012.

Hilsdale, Cecily. Rev. of Crusader Art: The Art of the Crusaders in the Holy Land, 1099–1291, by Jaroslav Folda. caa.reviews 15 June 2012: n. pag. Web. <http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/1825>.

Hunter, Matthew. Rev. of Silent Messengers: The Circulation of Material Objects of Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries, ed. Sven Dupré and Christoph Lüthy. Centaurus 54.3 (August 2012): 255-257

Nelson, Charmaine. “Resisting Invisibility: Black Faculty in Art and Art History in Canada”. FedCan Blog. Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, 3 March 2012. Web.

Nelson, Charmaine. Rev. of Child of Fire: Mary Edmonia Lewis and the Problem of Art History’s Black and Indian Subject, by Kirsten Pai Buick. Association of Historians of American Art 2012. Web.

Sterne, Jonathan. “What If Interactivity is the New Passivity?” Flow 15.10. University of Texas, 9 Apr. 2012. Web. <http://flowtv.org/2012/04/the-new-passivity/>

Sterne, Jonathan. “Formatted to Fit Your Screen.” Flow 15.5. University of Texas, 28 Jan. 2012. Web. <http://flowtv.org/2012/01/formatted-to-fit-your-screen/>