Georgetown University’s peer-reviewed Journal of Communication, Culture & Technology (CCT).
The gnovis Journal is a peer-reviewed journal run by graduate students in the Communication, Culture, and Technology program at Georgetown University, which employs a double-blind review process. Peer-reviewers are selected from those CCT students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and forward-thinking scholarly work in their own studies, are able to recognize and discriminate exceptional scholarship produced by their peers, and show a commitment to furthering the values of CCT-minded scholarship in both academic and professional endeavors.
Beginning with the 2007-2008 academic year, the journal is published bi-annually, during the Fall and Spring semesters, with special editions in the Summer. Prior issues of the gnovis Journal were published on a rolling basis.
For more information about gnovis, please visit the publication home page.
Most Recent Submissions
(Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2017)Since the 1980s, there has been a growing fascination with the steady increase of the digital information that surrounds us and the interaction between virtual reality and physical space. Films from the 1980s and 1990s ...
(Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2017)The “quantified self,” a cultural phenomenon which emerged just before the 2010s, embodies one critical underlying tenet: self-tracking for the purpose of self-improvement through the identification of behavioral and ...
(Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2017)Bridging connections between avant-garde shape and pattern poetics, from Dadaism to the contemporary L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E page poets, ASL poetry resists and stretches hearing-based modalities of creative exchange and ...
(Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2017)In December 2012, New Delhi witnessed a horrific crime – a female medical student was violently gang-raped on a moving bus and then dumped onto the highway, injured and unconscious. While she didn’t survive the attack, ...
(Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2017)What are the ethical ramifications and uses of technology? How can we know the dangers of using certain technologies when they do not exist or at least not at the moment? Science fiction reveals the possibilities of what ...