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By: W.J.T. Mitchell

In: Visual Culture Studies

Chapter 2: Mixing It Up: The Media, the Senses, and Global Politics

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Mixing It Up: The Media, the Senses, and Global Politics
Mixing it up: The media, the senses, and global politics
W.J.T.Mitchell
Introduction

W.J.T. Mitchell is Gaylord Donnelley Distinguished Service Professor for English and Art History, The University of Chicago. Editor of Critical Inquiry, he is the author of many books including The Language of Images (1980); Iconology: Image, Text, Ideology (1986); Picture Theory (1994); The Last Dinosaur Book (1998); and What Do Pictures Want? (2005b). Here Mitchell raises a series of questions that are key to any historical, political, and institutional consideration of Visual Culture Studies and to the ontology, epistemology, ethics, and aesthetics of the visual. He also addresses carefully the relations between language and visuality, between vision and the other senses, and between different media. (Hence ...

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