The Global Threat of Avian Flu$21.95
Avian influenza is a viral asteroid on a collision course with humanity. In 1918, a pandemic strain of influenza killed at least 40 million people in three months. The World Health Organization...
Wise Use, Dominion Theology, And The Making Of American Environmental Policy$12.00
The story that Stephenie Hendricks has uncovered affects the entire globe. She charts important connections between Wise Use—a rabidly anti-environmental philosophy—and dominion...
Miners, Midwives, and "Low Mechanicks"$19.99
"A delightfully refreshing new look at the history of science. I know of nothing like it, because it approaches that history free of the usual elitist preconceptions, and shows, in an inspiring...
Engineering Culture: On 'The Author as (Digital) Producer'$17.00
Social change does not simply result from resistance to the existing set of conditions but from adapting and transforming the technical apparatus itself. Walter Benjamin in his essay "The Author as...
A Reichian Account of Individual Use and State Abuse of the Paranormal$2.50
Both a personal account of 'dabbling' in Orgone, and history of the State's interests in such practices.
Readings And Reflections$14.00
A new expanded edition of this collection of critiques of civilization, its dehumanizing core,and debilitating effects on the entire planet. Unsurprisingly (and wisely) it steers clear of any...
US Communication Politics In The 21st Century$16.95
"This masterful study is not only highly enlightening but a real stimulus to constructive action as well." [Noam Chomsky] "As Chomsky is to linguistics, Ben & Jerry's to ice cream, and Elvis to...
Part performative intervention, part radical polemic and activist manual, Domain Errors! Cyberfeminist Practices introduces a diverse international group of feminist writers, artists, theorists,...
Virtual Work In A Real World$18.95
"These essays chart the transformation of work and technology with an acute theoretical originality. Ursula Huws has the rare ability to cut through existing abstract models with a clarity based on...
Sadly, this may be the last issue of Processed World (though the editors repeatedly claim this, so we live in hope). As before, this perfect-bound, oversize 80 page efforts packs a mighty punch....