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100 1  Martin, Reinhold,|d1964-|eauthor 
245 10 Knowledge worlds :|bmedia, materiality, and the making of 
       the modern university /|cReinhold Martin 
263    2101 
264  1 New York City :|bColumbia University Press,|c2021 
300    pages cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    "What do the technical practices, procedures, and systems 
       that have shaped institutions of higher learning in the 
       United States, from the Ivy League and women's colleges to
       historically black colleges and land-grant universities, 
       teach us about the production and distribution of 
       knowledge? Addressing media theory, architectural history,
       and the history of academia, Knowledge Worlds reconceives 
       the university as a media complex comprising a network of 
       infrastructures and operations through which knowledge is 
       made, conveyed, and withheld. Reinhold Martin argues that 
       the material infrastructures of the modern university-the 
       architecture of academic buildings, the configuration of 
       seminar tables, the organization of campus plans-reveal 
       the ways in which knowledge is created and reproduced in 
       different kinds of institutions. He reconstructs changes 
       in aesthetic strategies, pedagogical techniques, and 
       political economy to show how the boundaries that govern 
       higher education have shifted over the past two centuries.
       From colleges chartered as rights-bearing corporations to 
       research universities conceived as knowledge factories, 
       educating some has always depended upon excluding others. 
       Knowledge Worlds shows how the division of intellectual 
       labor was redrawn as new students entered, expertise 
       circulated, science repurposed old myths, and humanists 
       cultivated new forms of social and intellectual capital. 
       Combining histories of architecture, technology, knowledge,
       and institutions into a critical media history, Martin 
       traces the uneven movement in the academy from liberal to 
       neoliberal reason"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Education, Higher|xPhilosophy 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aMartin, Reinhold,|tKnowledge worlds
       |dNew York City : Columbia University Press, 2021.
       |z9780231548571|w(DLC) 2020028434 
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