préparation d'un numéro spécial de la revue Angles sur "digital subjectivities" 2017-2018
Jill Rettberg is Professor of Digital Culture at the University of Bergen, where she works on ways in which we tell stories with digital media. Her latest book is Seeing Ourselves Through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves, which was published by Palgrave Macmillan in October 2014 and is also available as a free, open source download from http://jilltxt.net/books. Jill Rettberg is also the author of Blogging (Polity Press 2014) and co-editor of Digital Culture, Play, and Identity: A World of Warcraft Reader (MIT Press 2008). She has also published a number of papers on electronic literature, recently using digital humanities methods to visualise and analyse networks in electronic literature. She has blogged at jilltxt.net for fourteen years and is @jilltxt on Twitter.
Wearable technology and apps promise to write our diaries for us. All smartphones measure our movements and location, and many devices do much more. Apps visualize and graph our days using this data that is gathered about us. This presentation will discuss how current automated diaries rewrite our idea of the subject in a digital age, and how they create new regimes of time, where we become subject to the measurements of our machines.