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      Hediger, Vinzenz (2003)
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      Hartmann, Britta; Brinckmann, Christine N. (2003)
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      montage AV (Redaktion) (1998)
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      Köhler, Kristina; Keilbach, Judith (2012)
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      Beilenhoff, Wolfgang; Kessler, Frank (1992)
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      Rothemund, Kathrin; Stollfuß, Sven; Büttner, Christoph; Kling, Juliane (2017)
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      Stollfuß, Sven; Dahl, Madeline; Einwächter, Sophie G.; Kirschbacher, Felix (2017)
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      Basaldella, Dennis; Ludwig, Sandra; Pinkert, Aileen; Wehmeier, Henrik; Ziegenhagen, David (2018)
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      Köhler, Kristina (2015)
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      Stiegler, Bernd (2015)
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      Ochsner, Beate; Stiegler, Bernd; Spöhrer, Markus; Zons, Alexander (2016)
    • Editorial NECSUS 

      NECSUS Editorial Board (2015)
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2013)
      Each issue of NECSUS begins with general articles which are not bound to a specific theme. Please note that we accept abstract submissions on a rolling basis throughout the year for these articles. In this issue we are ...
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2017)
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2018)
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2012)
      In the second part of the much celebrated recent novel 2666 (Roberto Bolaño, 2004), a Chilean philosopher with an Italian surname teaching in a Northern Mexico university unexpectedly finds a book in his library: Testamento ...
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2016)
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2016)
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      NECSUS Editorial Board (2017)
    • Editorial NECSUS #1, Spring 2012, 'Crisis' 

      NECSUS Editorial Board (2012)
      Now is the time of/for crisis – whether we think about the global financial system, the environment, the European Union, democracy, publishing, even the arts. As we live our mediated and connected lives the symptoms appear ...