Title (eng)

MEDIA, ARTS AND DESIGN (MAD) ANTHOLOGY II: MAD Pandemic: Stories of Change and Continuity during the COVID-19 Crisis

Editor

Alexander Pfeiffer   University of Continuing Education Krems

Nanditha Krishna   Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India

Natalie Denk   University of Continuing Education Krems

Thomas Wernbacher   University of Continuing Education Krems

Publishing

University of Krems Press

Description (eng)

"Media, Arts, and Design (MAD) | Anthology II: MAD Pandemic: Stories of Change and Continuity during the COVID-19 Crisis" brings together a selection of peer-reviewed contributions that explore the profound shifts within discourses surrounding the media, arts, and design sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a world where the term 'new normal' has become a catchphrase within contemporary discussions, these papers critically evaluate and scrutinize the interplay between rapid technological evolution and the steadfast (and dynamic) nature of human creativity. Papers in this volume thoughtfully navigate through virtual spaces, online spheres, digital landscapes, and altered realities, echoing the zeitgeist of a world in transition. This anthology aims to operate as a remarkably informative storehouse of knowledge and serve as a beacon of understanding by offering readers insightful narratives and enlightening accounts that traverse the complexities of a landscape irrevocably altered by the ramifications of the COVID-19 crisis.


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Object languages

English

Date

2023-11-28

Rights

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a
CC BY-NC 4.0 - Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

CC BY-NC 4.0 International

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Classification

Media

Arts

Design

Gaming Culture

Member of the Collection(s) (2)

o:314 University of Krems Press : Universitätsverlag der Universität für Weiterbildung Krems
o:1826 Sammlung COVID-19

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