Hardwired Temporalities: Media, Infrastructures, and the Patterning of Time is envisioned as an international conversation between North American and European scholars working on media, technologies, and temporality. The project began as a symposium at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, in March 2016, as the North American side of our collaboration, and will continue this year with a workshop in Siegen, Germany, on June 1–2, 2018, rounding out its European side. Our contributors include, among others, Geoffrey C. Bowker, Marisa Leavitt Cohn, Wolfgang Ernst, John Durham Peters, Gabriele Schabacher, Florian Sprenger, Nicole Starosielski, and Yuk Hui.

The upcoming workshop will take place at the Media of Cooperation Collaborative Research Center, University of Siegen, Germany, on June 1–2, 2018.

Axel Volmar (University of Siegen)
Kyle Stine (Johns Hopkins University)