An interdisciplinary reflection on the new figures of subjectivity in the digital age.
Our societies have now gone almost fully digital, which is bound to impact the ways in which the self apprehends itself, constructs itself and takes part in society. This collective essay draws upon philosophy, logics, literature and media studies to explore a variety of responses to what is currently at stake in the recomposition of the subject through our daily digital experience. Attempting to chart the digital traces human beings leave behind them, in writing or in archives, it situates them in the larger political, economic and financial frame of our times.
Claire Larsonneur is Senior Lecturer at University Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, and a member of EA 1569 “Transferts critiques et dynamique des savoirs. Her recent research focuses on digital humanities and digital tools, with a focus on contemporary British Literature and Translation Studies.
Arnaud Regnauld is Professor of American Literature and Translation Studies at University Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis. He has published numerous articles on John Hawkes, Carter Scholz, Gary Lutz, Diane Williams, Matthew Derby, Jim Rosenberg, Shelley Jackson, Michael Joyce, Mark Amerika and Percival Everett. His recent research focuses on new forms of digital textuality and their translation.
Pierre Cassou Noguès is Professor of Philosophy at University Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis. His recent work focuses on fiction in philosophy and science.
Edited by Claire Larsonneur, Arnaud Regnauld, Pierre Cassou-Noguès, Sara Touiza.
Contributions by Renée Bourassa,
N. Katherine Hayles,
Gwen Le Cor,
Lydia H. Liu,
Marcel O'Gorman, Eric Méchoulan, Jean-Michel Salanskis,