Arthur Kroker

Arthur Kroker (born 1945 in Red Rock, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian author, editor, educator and researcher of political science, technology and culture.

Life and career

He earned a Ph.D. in political science from McMaster University in 1975.

In addition to being a Professor of Political Science at the University of Victoria, Kroker serves as director of the Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture (PACTAC), located at the university.

Kroker was appointed to the Canada Research Chair in Technology, Culture and Theory in 2003.

He and his wife Marilouise are the editors for the online academic journal Ctheory.

Bibliography

Books

*"" (1984) ISBN 0920393004
*"" (1987) (with David Cook) ISBN 0920393446
*"" (1989) (with David Cook and Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0312024770
*"" (1992) ISBN 092039390X
*"" (1993) ISBN 031209681X
*"" (1994) (with Michael A. Weinstein) ISBN 0920393233
*"Hacking the Future" (1996) (with Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0920393500
*"" (2004) ISBN 0802085733

As editor

*"" (1987) (with Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0920393969
*"" (1991) (with Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0312052979
*"" (1993) (with Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0920393373
*"Digital Delirium" (1997) (with Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0920393713
*"" (2004) (with Marilouise Kroker) ISBN 0920393713

External links

* [http://www.pactac.net Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture]
* [http://ctheory.net CTheory.net]
* [http://web.uvic.ca/polisci/faculty/kroker.htm Profile as Professor of Political Science at the University of Victoria]
* [http://www.chairs.gc.ca/web/chairholders/viewprofile_e.asp?id=847 Profile as Canadian Research Chairholder]


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