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Erlbaum Associates 1986, S. 87-124, hier S. 43. 31 Vgl. »[...] an electronic signal does not have a singular identity – a particular state qualitatively different from all other possible states. [...] In contrast to a material object, the electronic signal is essentially mutable.« Lev Manovich: The Language of New Media, Massachusetts: MIT Press 2001, hier S. 132. 404 | CLAUDE DRAUDE Bei der Gestaltung des Mensch-Computer-Interface gilt es folglich eine Art ›Zeichenumschlagplatz‹ zu konstruieren – einen Ort, an dem die wechselseiti- gen Übersetzungsprozesse

, Beth A. (ed.) Bisexuality. The Psychology and Politics of an Invisible Minority. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 240-259. Irigaray, Luce (1985)This SexWhich Is Not One. Ithaca/ New York: Cornell University Press. Jenkins, Henry (2006) Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York/ London: New York University Press. Jenkins, Henry (2009) Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture. Media Edu- cation for the 21st Century. Cambridge/ London: Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology Press. Joyrich, Lynne (2001) “Epistemology of the Console”, in

introducing the creative team behind the series to boost merchandise sales or crowdfunding during the preproduction period. It can be agreed with what Miehe and Knies (cf. 2010: 232f., 235) regard as the changing freedom of creativity when producing a web series today. This freedom has decreased over the last decade, since the new media landscape is attracting more advertisers now and their product placement influences the series as such. 8 Admittedly, smaller budgets do not allow all forms of expression regarding technical aspects or expensive locations but at the same

Making and the Unmaking of the Just Warrior in Xena, Warrior Princess«. In: Fran- ces Early/Kathleen Kennedy (Hg.), Athena’s Daughters. Television’s New Women Warriors, Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, S. 40- 52. Kerr, Sarah (1998): »A Something Burger. Felicity is what Ally McBeal wants to be«, 2. September, Kim, L.S. (2001): »›Sex and the Single Girl‹ in Postfeminism. The F Word on Television«. In: Television & New Media 2, S. 319-334. Kingwell, Mark (1998): »Buffy Slays Ally«. In: Saturday Night Maga- zine 5, www

addition to the increased access to cars, mobile phones, new media and the Internet, which permitted new dimensions of intimacy, bodily contact and direct communication, pubs, discos and shopping centers developed as important sites of consumption and the crea- tion of desires.10 A globally oriented economy, practices of consumption and the growth of the ›new middle classes‹11 impact on the making and visibility of queer lives. My interlocutor Bikram for example remarks that the Zara clothing store in the Select City Mall has become a well-known cruising site12 for

siehe Abschnitt 5.3: „Biological Technologies: The History of Automata“ von Lister, Martin u.a.: New Media: A Critical Introduction, London/New York 2003, S. 314-352, bes. S. 329 zur funktionalen Simulation. PROTHETISCHE SEELE 201 und Blut, denen Kate entgegentritt, beruft er sich ständig auf die Vor- schriften, die seine Form und Funktion umschreiben und stützen. Aller- dings sind diese Gesetze bei einer Änderung der Umstände so nicht mehr gültig. Trotzdem gilt für Oscar in jedem Fall: „Vorschrift ist Vorschrift, Kate Walker!“ Der Automat zeigt sich wie alle


: Bonifatius 1997. Byrd, Marquita L.: Multicultural Communication and Popular Culture. Racial and Ethnic Images in Star Trek, New York: McGraw-Hill 1998. Caldwell, John Thornton: Theories of the New Media. A Historical Per- spective, London: The Athlone Press 2000. Caillan: „Siddig Recalls His Directing Experience“, in: http://www. (25.05.2002), letzter Zugriff 21.12.2004 Caprio, Betty: Star Trek. Good News in Modern Images, Kansas City: Sheed, Andrews and McNeel Publishing 1978. Case, Sue-Ellen (Hg.): Performing Feminisms. Feminist

: UBC. Mackert, Jürgen (1999): Kampf um Zugehörigkeit: Nationale Staatsbür- gerschaft als Modus sozialer Schließung, Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. Mackert, Jürgen (2006): Staatsbürgerschaft: Eine Einführung, Wiesba- den: VS Verlag. Madianou, Mirca/Miller, Daniel (2011): Migration and the New Media: Transnational Families and Polymedia, London: Routledge. Marshall, Thomas H. (1950): »Citizenship and social class«, in: Marshall, Thomas H. (Hg.), Citizenship and Social Class, and Other Essays, Cambridge: Cambridge

von Comedy und Komik (vgl. Hennefeld/Berke/Rennett 2019: 139ff.). Im Feld der feministischen Komikforschung sei es laut Hennefeld/Berke/Ren- nett bereits verstärkt zur Einbindung von anderen Konzepten und Zugängen gekommen: »[F]eminist comedy scholars are increasingly engaging with new media studies, queer affect theory, and critiques of neoliberal capitalism to ana- lyze the intersectional politics of gender, technology, and social power in the twenty-first century.« (Ebd.: 140) Tatsächlich zeigt sich, dass einige der in den vergangenen Jahren entstan- denen

media interventions by black folks’ establishment of the black press’ abolitionist and anti-lynching racial uplift agendas in the 18th and 19th centuries; the New Negro black modernism agendas in black film and literature in the 20th century; the global post-Civil Rights Era push for multicultural equality via black social media and Black Twitter in the 21st century, we know very well the historic limits of black participation in new media forms to effectuate lasting racial justice and equality in America and beyond for African Diasporic populations.10 Informed