On April 13, 2013, The Center for Transformative Media (CTM) at Parsons The New School for Design presented ‘Cyber-Nietzsche: Tunnels, Tightropes, Net-&-Meshworks’: a day-long symposium on the relation of Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy to Media Studies, Cybernetics, and the so-called ‘Digital Humanities’ (Human, All too Human?).
The Nietzsche Workshop@Western is an annual international conference that provides an academic forum for scholars and students to discuss the most salient issues of contemporary society in light of the critical perspectives and politico-philosophical insights of the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.
Jen Boyle, Coastal Carolina University; Sarah Choukah, Universite de Montreal; Pawel Krol, Universite Laval; Nicola Masciandaro, City University of New York; Jimmy Raskin, Miguel Abreu Gallery; Dylan Wittkower, Old Dominion University; Joseph Nechvatal, School of Visual Arts; Eugene Thacker, The New School; Babette Babich, Fordham University; Gary Shapiro, University of Richmond, Emeritus; Shannon Bell, York University; Dominic Pettmann, The New School; and Nandita Biswas Mellamphy & Dan Mellamphy, Western University.
Full conference at UStream:
Selected NWWiv presentations at Vimeo: