Dr. Mark Nunes

  • Professor
  • Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies, ASU
  • nunesm@appstate.edu
  • (828) 262-3178
  • 117 Living Learning Center
  • Boone NC

Mark Nunes earned his interdisciplinary Ph.D. in the Culture, History, and Theory program of Emory University's Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts. He also holds a Master of Arts Degree in English from the University of Virginia, and a Master of Arts in Psychology from Columbia University. His ongoing research focuses on the cultural impact of new media on contemporary society.

There are 8 included publications by Dr. Mark Nunes :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Beyond The "Holy See": Parody And Narrative Assemblage In "Cyclops" 1999 119 No abstract
Distributed Terror And The Ordering Of Networked Social Space 2005 27 Truth be told, the “Y2K bug” was quite a disappointment. While the technopundits wooed us with visions of network failures worthy of millennial fervor, Jan. 1, 2000, came and went without even a glimmer of the catastrophic. Yet the Y2K “bug” did reve...
Engaging Appalachia: Digital Literacies, Mobile Media, And A Sense Of Place 2015 33 Objectives: To provide students with an opportunity to explore the intersection of digital and civic engagement through project-based learning; to develop digital literacy skills through critical media practices. Rationale: While it has become a comm...
Failure Notice 2007 38 Guest editorial for October 2007 issue of M/C Journal.
A Million Little Blogs: Community, Narrative, And The James Frey Controversy 2011 110 No abstract
Postmodern Spacings 1998 32 In February of 1997, a dozen individuals began working on a collaborative on-line project entitled “Postmodern Spacings.” We came from various academic and professional fields in North America, Europe, and Australia. Our only initial “guiding princip...
Semiotic Perturbations: What The Frog's Eye Tells Us About Finnegans Wake 2004 27 Finnegans Wake presents a semiotic dilemma for the reader: How is it that the Wake means anything? And, Why doesn't it mean everything? To gesture, somewhat metonymically, toward the Wake itself: It is told in sounds in utter that, in signs so adds t...
Ways Of Unseeing: Crowdsourcing The Frame In Roger May's Looking At Appalachia 2017 38 Mark Nunes considers Roger May's Looking at Appalachia, a crowdsourced photography archive of spaces, places, and people in Appalachia, drawn from the work of many photographers of the region. As this online project reproduces and challenges tropes o...