About Hyperrhiz

Aims & Scope

Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures provides a forum for experimental new media projects (both critical and creative) located outside or across current disciplinary boundaries.

New thinking need not follow established patterns. We at Hyperrhiz oppose the idea that knowledge must grow in a tree structure from previously accepted ideas. Instead, we are interested in the creative potential of thinking as a nodal process. As our name suggests, works written in the spirit of Deleuzian approaches are welcomed but not required.

We value works that are nomadic in nature: place-less but not lost. Like the nomad, we encourage migrations into new conceptual territories resulting from unpredictable juxtapositions: of the material, the virtual, the oral, the visual, the textual, the tactile. These interleavings of words and practices, expressed as electronic meditations, are the literature of the Deleuzian technological nomad.

Open Access Policies

  • This is an open access journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution.
  • We do not charge author fees for article processing or article submission.
  • Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
  • Unless otherwise specified by the author/s (because the work contains components to which the author/s do not hold copyright, e.g. licensed music/artwork), works are published using the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC) license. Authors may also choose to license their works under more permissive terms at their discretion.
  • Authors retain copyright and publishing rights of their work without restriction. We ask as a courtesy that republished works acknowledge Hyperrhiz as a previous venue of publication.

Publication Details

Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures is published twice-yearly.

Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures. ISSN 1555-9351.

Founding Editors
Jason Nelson . University of Bergen
Helen J Burgess . NC State University
Ellen E. Berry . Bowling Green State University
Carol Siegel . Washington State University Vancouver

Helen J Burgess . NC State University

Reviews Editor
Craig Saper . University of Maryland Baltimore County

Advisory Editors
Anne Cong-Huyen . University of Michigan Library
Fernanda Duarte . NC State University
Torsa Ghosal . California State University, Sacramento
Kishonna Gray . University of Illinois Chicago
Carolina Gainza . Universidad Diego Portales. Santiago de Chile
Jeanne Hamming . Centenary College of Louisiana
Davin Heckman . Winona State University
Reham Hosny . Minia University
Anne Karhio . National University of Ireland Galway
Kim A. Brillante Knight . The University of Texas at Dallas
Nohelia Meza . University of Leeds
Joe Milutis . University of Washington Bothell
Eid Mohamed . Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Jason Nelson . University of Bergen
Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang . University of Ghana
Veronica Paredes . UCLA
Jill Walker Rettberg . University of Bergen
Craig Saper . University of Maryland Baltimore County
Álvaro Seiça . University of Bergen
Alan Sondheim . Freelance
Darren Tofts . Swinburne Institute of Technology
James Yékú . University of Kansas
Sherman Young . RMIT University

Editorial Assistants
Chance Lachowitzer . North Carolina State University