Trans-Humanities Journal

cover trans humanitiesTrans-Humanities publishes materials that expand humanities research to include contemporary cultural and sociological phenomena and to open an academic and discursive space for trans-boundary and multi or trans-disciplinary approaches and communications, not just in the humanities but also the social sciences, the natural sciences, and the arts.

Read for free all three issues of volume 8, 2015 – on Project MUSE

Articles in volume 8 include:

Living in Difficult Times: New Materialist Subject/ivity and Be coming of Posthuman Life by Jajati K. Pradhan and Seema Singh (8#1)

Revising the Human in Samuel Beckett’s Aesthetic Education by
Kelly S. Walsh (8#1)

Special Topic: Fields of Modern Knowledge and Journalism (8#3)

Blade Runner and the Right to Life by Eli Park Sorensen

When Private Life Became Political: German Politicians, Sex Scandals, and Mass Media, 1880–1914  by Frank Bösch

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