The Ethics of Affect – The Responsibility of Drawing and Maintaining Lines

We talked to the author of the book The Ethics of Affect: Lines and Life in a Tokyo Neighborhood, Patrick W. Galbraith, Associate Professor in the School of International Communication at Senshū University in Tokyo. This monograph explores how and to what effect lines are drawn by producers, players and critics of “bishōjo games,” or adult computer games … More The Ethics of Affect – The Responsibility of Drawing and Maintaining Lines

New book from Stockholm University Press: Don’t be Quiet, Start a Riot: Essays on Feminism and Performance by Tiina Rosenberg

Tiina Rosenberg’s latest book is freely available to the public in English through open access publishing, an innovative method of disseminating her studies of Swedish Performing Arts, feminism, and performance worldwide. “I hope that publishing these essays in an open access format will enable a wider audience to share the insights of Scandinavian research into … More New book from Stockholm University Press: Don’t be Quiet, Start a Riot: Essays on Feminism and Performance by Tiina Rosenberg