Colonizing the (pre-cognitive) Quotidian

Colonizing the (pre-cognitive) Quotidian
As I was writing a paragraph on what David Berry calls the ‘pre-thought’ or the ‘pre-cognitive’ and how it relates to my own ideas on the casual, I needed to cite his most recent book on critical theory (As customary and proper in academic work). I am a big fan of Zotero and use it ...

Clarifying Casual Powers in Maps

Clarifying Casual Powers in Maps
I often find myself explaining my research project (as many academics, and PhDs especially, do) and when doing so, Google Maps comes as easy and recognisable example of: a digital map that is widely used by non-professional users who are not accounting for the designers’ manipulation of additional elements in maps’ interface (=not aware of ...