International Symposium on Postindustrial Culture:
Technology and the Public Sphere
November 17-19, 1977

Thursday, November 17
10:00AM Welcome: Chancellor Werner Baum
Opening Remarks: Michel Benamou

10:30-12 Jean-Pierre Dupuy

1:30-3:30 Workshops
Science Fiction:
Teresa de Lauretis
Darko Suvin
Art & Technology:
Daniel Charles
John Downey
Yehunda Yannay
Communications Revolutions:
James Carey
Eric J. Leed

4-6 Workshops
Television:
Horace Newcomb
Culture & Critical Theory:
Helen Fehervary
Anson Rabinbach
Pedagogy of Technology and Values:
Raymond Merritt
Juergen Hoegl
J.C. Mathes

8-9:30 Anthony Wilden

Friday, November 18
10:30-12 Carroll Pursell

1:30-3:30 Workshops
Science Fiction:
Janice Bogstad
Teresa Ebert
Art & Technology:
Patrick McNaughton
Ruth Kao
Communications Revolutions:
Jeanne Allen
Susan Noakes

4-6 Workshops
Television:
Sheila Radford-Hill
Bernard Vincent
Culture & Critical Theory
Andreas Huyssen
Jack Zipes
Alternative Technologies:
Bernard Gendron
Langdon Winner
Information Systems:
Magoroh Maruyama

8-9:30 Heinz Von Foerster

Saturday, November 19
10:30-12 Jack Burnham

1:30-3:30 Workshops
Science Fiction:
Samuel R. Delany
Art & Technology:
Arnold Berleant
Frank Lutz
Charles Toman
Communications Revolutions
Michel Sanouillet
David Eason

4-6 Workshops
Television:
Paul Hirsch
Culture & Critical Theory:
Andrew Hohendahl
Alternative Technologies:
Carl Hedman
David Noble

8-9:30 Joanna Russ

 

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