Eichhorn, Kate

Kate Eichhorn
PhD, Language, Culture and Teaching, York University
Associate Professor of Culture and Media Studies, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

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Areas of Expertise:
Media history; media activism; archiving; feminist and queer politics and cultural production; small and micro press publishing; literary avant-gardes.
Kate Eichhorn is a writer, critic, and cultural activist. Her research investigates how contemporary social movements are shaped by the production, circulation, and preservation of printed matter. She is the author The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order and is currently completing a media history of the copy machine’s impact on late twentieth-century aesthetic and social movements.
Courses Taught:
  • Excavating Forgotten Media
  • Retro-Futurisms: The Technological Imagination
  • Museums, Archives and Identity
  • Introduction to Media Studies
  • Texts and Technology
Recent Publications:
Adjusted Margin: Copy Machines and the Making of Public Cultures (forthcoming in 2015).

The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2013.

Fieldnotes, a forensic.
Toronto: BookThug, 2010.

Prismatic Publics. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2009.

Toronto: BookThug, 2008.

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