Dr. DAMIEN Smith PFISTER, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, studies the impact of networked media on rhetorical practice, visual culture, and public deliberation. His current book project, Networked Rhetorics, Networked Media: Attention and Deliberation in the Early Blogosphere, explores how digitally networked communication technologies challenge traditional understandings of invention, emotion, and expertise. More about his work and digital production at www.damiensmithpfister.net.Recent PUblications
- Pfister, D.S. and Getachew Godana (2012). Deliberation Technology.
Journal of Public Deliberation 8 (1).
- Pfister, D.S. (2011). The logos of the blogosphere: Flooding the zone, invention and attention in the Lott imbroglio. Argumentation and Advocacy 47 (4), 141-67.
- Pfister, D.S. (2011). Networked expertise in an era of many-to-many communication: On Wikipedia and invention. Social Epistemology 25 (3), 217-31. Ewalt, J., Ohl, J., and Pfister, D.S. Activism, deliberation, and networked public screens: Rhetorical scenes from Occupy Lincoln (Part 1 & 2). Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies. (Spring 2013), 1-18.