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Special Section on Friedrich Kittler (1943–2011)
Introduction-Larson Powell and Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
“Well, What Socks is Pynchon Wearing Today?” A Freiburg Scrapbook in Memory of Friedrich Kittler–Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
The Cold Model of Structure: Friedrich Kittler Interviewed by Christoph Weinberger–Friedrich Kittler and Christoph Weinberger
Of States and Their Terrorists–Friedrich Kittler
Hunting a Whale of a State: Kittler and His Terrorists–Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
In the Wake of the Odyssey-Friedrich Kittler
Excursions and Recursions: Kittler's Homeric Wake–Larson Powell
Cloud Control, or The Network as Medium–Seb Franklin
A Predictably Obedient Riot: Postpolitics, Consumer Culture, and the English Riots of 2011–Simon Winlow and Steve Hall
Horsepower Hubris–Susanne Slavick
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