Alan Aycock
Informal Research Seminar: "on Foucault and the Internet"
Februaru 22, 1995

On Wednesday, February 22, 1995, Professor Alan Aycock presented his seminar, "on Foucault and the Internet" in the Center's conference room, Curtin Hall 939. At the time, Professor Aycock was a Visiting Fellow of the Center and had been Professor of Anthropology at the University of Lethbridge where he published a wide variety of articles on French structural and poststructural interpretations of chess, sport, and the Internet. Today, Alan Aycock is an Instructional Design Consultant in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Learning Technology Center (LTC) and is a faculty member of the Anthropology department.

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