Hemerochronia, or, Take a Walk on the Wild Side of Time: Sideline Snippets on Media Archaeology
Issue: Vol 2 No. 1 (2015)
Journal: Journal of Contemporary Archaeology
Subject Areas: Archaeology
This essay offers a few brief remarks on certain affects underlying the three main inflections of so-called media archaeology, the most important of which is the affect against hemerochronia, the – alleged – taming of time brought about by historiography. The anti-historiographical orientation is complemented by a view of archaeology as s possible entry point to very different – wilder – realms of time.
Author: Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
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