This article was written on 28 Apr 2013, and is filled under Actualities, Education, Literature, Media.

About Feedback


Feedback is a weblog publication of the critical theory community. It is the current expression of a network of readers, scholars, and critics that has dedicated itself for some decades already to theoretical questions of representation, mediation, performance, cultural transmission and mutation, systems, ecology, and the transpersonal conditions affected by the above. Feedback is part of the overall effort to redirect lines of inquiry and critique initially opened within the framework of academic scholarship toward contemporary online communications and reporting. Its basic premise is that theoretical argumentation and interpretation as evolved under a number of formats and models have something critical to offer to the informed public reception of a host of varied and variable artifacts, from cybernetic technology and media installations to global warming itself.

Feedback is a publication of Open Humanities Press, a leading open-access publisher in the Humanities devoted to cutting-edge theoretical and cultural critique. It subscribes as such to the ethos as well as intellectual property conventions and licenses of Creative Commons. This is a telling social contract as well as a reconfiguration of conventional attitudes toward authorship and innovation within a cyber-technic setting. With regard to the formal features of posted text, Feedback subscribes to the formal features and specifications of the current MLA Style Sheet.

Feedback consists of eleven topic-areas, each edited by a separate desk chief or chiefs. It has been configured out of Word Press software, “Suburbia” theme. The Call for Postsalso on this homepage treats the specifications for posts and the process of submission in greater detail.

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