Reconstruction 10.2, Expertise as Knowledge
Introducing Reconstruction Issue 10.2: Expertise as Knowledge
Edited by Marc A. Ouellette
Editor's Introduction, Marc A. Ouellette
Kirsty Best, "Concealing screens: Consent, control and the desiring user"
Scott Francisco, "The Innovation Paradox: How Innovation Products Threaten the Innovation Process"
John V. Knapp, "Literary Quests in Sachar's HOLES: A Middle & High School Game for Literary Learning"
Marc A. Ouellette, "Veni, Vidi, Wiki: Expertise as knowledge and a technocratic generation"
David Prescott-Steed, "Doodle Culture: Meditations on the Great Idle Scrawl"
Jason Tocci, "Arcadian Rhythms: Gaming and Interaction in Social Space"
Lori Martindale, on Paul DeNicola's Literature as Pure Mediality: Kafka and the Scene of Writing
Lori Martindale, on Bruce Nauman's Topological Gardens
Marc A. Ouellette, on Maria Plochocki's Body, Letter, and Voice: Constructing Knowledge in Detective Fiction
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