Scan | Journal of Media Arts Culture

Scan is a refereed online journal (ISSN 1449-1818) devoted to the media arts and culture, hosted by the Department of Media, Music, Communications and Cultural Studies at Macquarie University, Sydney.

Its approach is inter-disciplinary, as is its subject matter. Scan draws on media studies, cultural studies, media law, information and technology studies, fine arts and philosophy. Scan considers developments in new media, digital art, screen arts, music and audio arts, as well as the culture enveloping these practices and technologies.

Scan Journal is concerned with both the aesthetics and the political economy of media arts, as practised in both new and traditional media forms. Each issue is thematic, comprising 6-10 articles, with a maximum word-length of 6,000 words.

Information articles are non-refereed articles relating to the theme of each issue.

Rethinking Ecology in the Anthropocene: Knowledges, Practices, Ethics and Politics

Volume 11 Number 1, 2014

Kate Wright and Catherine Simpson

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1. Rethinking Ecology in the Anthropocene: Knowledges, Practices, Ethics and Politics

Kate Wright and Catherine Simpson

2. Being Croc-savvy: Ecology, crocodile education, and rescuing propositional knowledge

Kate Rossmanith

3. Food waste, intimacy and compost: The stirrings of a new ecology?

Bethaney Turner

4. An Ethics of Entanglement for the Anthropocene

Kate Wright

5. Anthropocene Hospitality: belonging in/to a changing climate

Elaine Kelly


The In/Visibilities of Code

Volume 10 Number 2, 2013

Esther Milne, Jenny Kennedy and Lawson Fletcher

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RevCon Academic 2012
Revelation Perth International Film Festival

Volume 10 Number 1, 2013

Jack Sargeant and Alex Munt

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Reading Between the Panels (Part III)

Volume 9 Number 1, 2012

Steve Collins and Ian Collinson

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Negotiating the Unacceptable

Volume 8 Number 1, 2011

Sarah Keith, John Scannell, Becky Shepherd

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