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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  David J. Gunkel  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born:


-- Website -- http://gunkelweb.com
-- David J. Gunkel on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=david+j.+gunkel


Illinois Connection

Gunkel is professor at Northern Illinois University.

Biographical and Professional Information

David J. Gunkel is an award-winning educator and scholar. He is a professor in the Department of Communication at Northern Illinois University, where he teaches and researches interactive media programming and design, communication technology, and philosophy of technology. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from DePaul University, has won awards for interactive media design.Along with the books listed below, Gunkel has written and published over thirty five articles, book reviews, and book chapters in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and anthologies. He also co-edited [http://www.amazon.com/Transgression-2-0-Culture-Politics-Digital/dp/1441168338/ref=la_B001JS36XK_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1403795082&sr=1-3 Transgression 2.0: Media, Culture, and the Politics of a Digital Age] with Ted Gournelos.


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Hacking cyberspace
ISBN: 0429979711. OCLC Number: 1028220753

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Hacking cyberspace /
ISBN: 0813336694. OCLC Number: 45387364

Westview Press,. .

The machine question :
ISBN: 0262017431. OCLC Number: 801409263

MIT Press,. .

An investigation into the assignment of moral responsibilities and rights to intelligent and autonomous machines of our own making.

The Machine Question :
ISBN: 9780262534635. OCLC Number: 809182504

MIT Press,. .

Thinking otherwise :
ISBN: 9781557534361. OCLC Number: 76836073

Purdue University Press,. .

Thinking Otherwise is a unique and revealing look at the philosophical dimensions of information and communication technology (ICT). The book investigates the unique quandaries, complications, and possibilities introduced by a form of otherness that veils, through technology, the identity of the other.--BOOK JACKET.