Curriculum Vitae

 

Dylan E. Wittkower
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
9016 Batten Arts & Letters
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529

Contact: dwittkow [at] odu [dot] edu

Full CV

Highlights from Publications:

Books:

Wittkower, D.E. (2013). The philosopher’s book of questions & answers. Avon, MA: Adams Media.

Wittkower, D.E. & Lucinda Rush (Eds.). (2013). Ender’s Game and philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (Ed.). (2011). Philip K. Dick and philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (Ed.). (2010). Facebook and philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (Ed.). (2010). Mr. Monk and philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (Ed.). (2008). iPod and philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.

 

Selected Articles and Book Chapters:

Wittkower, D.E. (2019). For love and money: Community and the ethics of care in crowdfunding. In L. Ballarini, S. Costantini, M. Kaiser, J. Matthews, V. Rouzé (Eds.), Financement Participatif: Les Nouveaux Territoires du Capitalisme, Questions de communication, série actes 38.

Anderson, T., & Wittkower, D.E. (2017). Why legally downloading music is morally wrong. In R. Shafer-Landau (Ed.), The Ethical Life, Fourth Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.

Wittkower, D.E. (2017). Technology and discrimination. In J. Pitt & A. Shew (Eds.), Spaces for the Future: A Companion to Philosophy of Technology. New York: Routledge.

Wittkower, D.E. (2016). Lurkers, creepers, and virtuous interactivity: From property rights to consent and care as a conceptual basis for privacy concerns and information ethics. First Monday, v.21(10): n.p.

Jarrett, K., & Wittkower, D.E. (2016). Economies of the Internet (Introduction to Special Issue). First Monday, v.21(10): n.p.

Jarrett, K., & Wittkower, D.E. (Eds.) (2016). Economies of the Internet: Special Issue. First Monday, v.21(10): n.p.

Wittkower, D.E. (2016). Farmville, eternal recurrence, and the will-to-power-ups. In D. Mellamphy & N. Biswas Mellamphy (Eds.), The digital dionysus: Nietzsche and the network-centric condition. Earth: Punctum Books.

Wittkower, D. E. (2016). Principles of anti-discriminatory design2016 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science and Technology, IEEE, DOI: 10.1109/ETHICS.2016.7560055.

Gehring, D.Z. (MA student in Humanities at ODU), & Wittkower, D.E. (2015). On the sale of community in crowdfunding: Questions of power, inclusion, and value. In, L. Bennett, B. Chin, & B. Jones (Eds.), Crowdfunding the future: Media industries, ethics, and digital society. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Wittkower, D.E. (2015). Social media and the organization man. APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 15(1): 16–20. By invitation.

Wittkower, D.E. (2015). Taking care of Business Cat. Backchannels, a publication of the Society for Social Studies of Science, 1(1): n.p. By invitation.

Davis, F. & Wittkower, D.E. (2014). Statement on massive open online courses (MOOCs). APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 14(1): 38–41.

Wittkower, D.E. (2014). Statement on open-access publication. APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 13(2): 11–12.

Wittkower, D.E. & Rush, L. (2014). Exploiting fluencies: Educational expropriation of social networking site consumer training. Digital Culture and Education (6): 13–29.

Wittkower, D.E. (2014). Facebook and dramauthentic identity: A post-Goffmanian model of identity performance on SNS. First Monday, v.19(4): n.p.

Wittkower, D.E., Selinger, E., & Rush, L. (2014). Public philosophy of technology: Motivations, barriers, and reforms. Techné 17(2): 179–200. Revision of version originally published in conference proceedings.

Wittkower, D.E. and the Editors of Interstitial Journal. (2013). Digital disruptions: An interview with D.E. Wittkower. Interstitial Journal: 1–10. By invitation.

Wittkower, D.E. (2013). Sympathy and the perfect soldier. In D.E. Wittkower & L. Rush (Eds.), Ender’s Game and philosophy (pp. 181–190). Chicago: Open Court, 2013.

Wittkower, D.E. (2013). Boredom on Facebook. In G. Lovink & M. Rasch (Eds.), Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives (pp. 180–88). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. By invitation.

Wittkower, D.E. (2012). The vital non-action of occupation, offline and online. International Review of Information Ethics, 18: 169–74.

Wittkower, D.E. (2012). ‘Friend’ is a verb. APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 12(1): 22–26.

Wittkower, D.E. (2012). On the origins of the cute as a dominant aesthetic category in digital culture. In T. Luke & J. Hunsinger (Eds.), Putting knowledge to work and letting information play (pp. 212–221). Transdisciplinary Studies v.4. Boston: Sense Publishers (Springer). By invitation.

Oxley, J. & Wittkower, D.E. (2011). Care and loyalty in the workplace. In M. Hamington & M. Sander-Staudt (Eds.), Applying care ethics to business (pp. 221–244). New York: Springer.

Green, R & Wittkower, D.E. (2011). The case of the dangerous detective. In J. Steiff (Ed.), Sherlock Holmes and philosophy (pp. 77–85). Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (2011). Matt Damon is a vast sinister conspiracy. In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), Philip K. Dick and philosophy (pp. 101–110). Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (2011). time in unfixed are You [sic]. In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), Philip K. Dick and philosophy (pp. 293–297). Chicago: Open Court.

Wittkower, D.E. (2011). A provisional phenomenology of the audiobook. In M. Rubery (Ed.), Audiobooks, literature, and sound studies (pp. 216–231). New York: Routledge.

Wittkower, D.E. (2011). Mind mapping and concept mapping. In T. Scholz (Ed.), Learning through digital media: Experiments in technology and pedagogy (pp. 221–229). New York: Institute for Distributed Creativity. Open peer-reviewed.

Wittkower, D.E. (2011). On the wrongfulness of strong copyright in e-business. In D. Palmer (Ed.), Ethical issues in e-business (pp. 152–171). IGI Global, 2010. Also anthologized in Global Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Information Resources Management Association, 2011.

Wittkower, D.E. (2010). A reply to Facebook critics. In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), Facebook and philosophy (pp. xxi–xxx). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Vejby, R. & Wittkower, D.E. (2010). Spectacle 2.0? In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), Facebook and philosophy (pp.97–108). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Wittkower, D.E. (2010). Mr. Monk meets Alexander the Great. In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), Mr. Monk and philosophy (pp. xi–xvii). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Tarantino, G. & Wittkower, D.E. (2010). Mr. Monk and the death drive. In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), Mr. Monk and philosophy (pp. 235–249). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Wittkower, D.E. (2010). Fullmetal Alchemist and the deadly sins of late capitalism. In J. Steiff & T. Tamplin (Eds.), Anime and philosophy (pp. 205–217). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Wittkower, D.E. (2009). Method against method: Swarm and interdisciplinary research methodology. Social Identities, 15(4): 477–493.

Wittkower, D.E. (2009). Everybody hates Rainbows. In B. Forbes (Ed.), Radiohead and philosophy (pp. 123–134). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Wittkower, D.E. (2008). What do we hear when we listen to our iPods? In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), iPod and philosophy (pp. ix–xiv). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Wittkower, D.E. (2008). The Rhodesian stranger. In D.E. Wittkower (Ed.), iPod and philosophy (pp. 229–236). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co.

Wittkower, D.E. (2008). Revolutionary industry and digital colonialism, Fast Capitalism, 4(1): n.p. Published alongside replies from Alf Rehn and Jeremy Hunsinger.

 

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