The Book Series as Tapas Restaurant: Christopher Schaberg on OBJECT LESSONS

Loyola University New Orleans professor Christopher Schaberg and Georgia Tech professor Ian Bogost are co-editors of Object Lessons, an online essay series published by the Atlantic and print book series published by Bloomsbury. Christopher Schaberg answered Room 220’s questions about the…

Recently read, a New Orleans writers roundup: Anya Groner, Mwende Katwiwa, and Anne Gisleson

Countless writers in New Orleans are ever plucking away at their keyboards, conducting research or interviews, or simply probing their memories and inner lives to create worthwhile work. Much of this is published online, scattered disparately throughout cyberspace. Here are…

This is actually an inkling of a truly anti-anthropocentric thought: Five questions for Timothy Morton

By Nathan C. Martin and Christopher Schaberg Timothy Morton, an author and intellectual whose work largely examines ecology through the lens of posthuman philosophy, will give a talk at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4, in the Whitney Presentation Room…

Christopher Schaberg: Making Meaning at the A=I=R=P=O=R=T

New Orleans’ resident airport scholar Christopher Schaberg, author of The Textual Life of Airports: Reading the Culture of Flight and co-editor of Airplane Reading, will present his book at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, at the Bayou St. John branch…

From Hangar to Grave: Christopher Schaberg on Dead Airplanes

Over at The New Inquiry, New Orleans’ resident air travel intellectual Christopher Schaberg provides a history of defunct airplane models and anticipates the eventual death of Boeing’s new Dreamliner aircraft, a “plane of the future” that has already begun to…

Binders Full of Ideas: An interview with Ian Bogost

By Christopher Schaberg and Timothy Welsh Ian Bogost is among a group of contemporary posthumanist philosophers working in the realm of “object-oriented ontology” (OOO), which seeks to remove humans from the center of philosophical thought and value interactions between all…

Travel, security, death, the mundane, strangers, boredom, home, geography: A talk about airports and air travel with Christopher Schaberg and Mark Yakich

By Nathan C. Martin Mutual obsession can make strange bedfellows. For Christopher Schaberg and Mark Yakich, it made a multimedia publishing project. The two professors of English at Loyola University New Orleans share a common infatuation with flight and its…

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