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Postcolonial Media History Historical Arguments for a Future Field of Research SVEN WERKMEISTER In the context of postcolonial debates in Literary and Cultural Studies, the mediality of (post)colonial practices and cultural phenomena has found little at- tention.1 A large part of Postcolonial Studies derives from the context of Literary Studies, and even those works that engage with visual and acoustic phenomena like photography, film or phonographic recordings often restrict themselves to questions of content and representation. How medial and

2 Games in the Modern Era. A Short Media History Games are media, this much seems indisputable. Still, it is seldom attempted to situate analog or digital games in the context of the history and theory of media. Quite clearly, however, digital games are positioned in the continuity of modern audiovisuality.1 In particular, they are the latest step in the process of the steady 1 The German noun ‘Spiel’ can mean both game and play (which includes both conno- tations of ‘play’ as they are

Media Constructions of National and Transnational History
Challenges, Ideas, Perspectives
Eine Ethnografie der Transformationen mevlevisufischer Kulturpraktiken
Materiality - Networks - Formats
Photosensitivity and Light-to-sound Translations in Media Art
Analysis and Research. An Overview