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With the collaboration of Eugene Thacker (Rutgers University/Georgia Tech), the 2nd issue of CTHEORY is devoted to a diversity of critical perspectives on the promise and perils of the Human Genome Project. Here, artists, writers and theorists provide an alternative, critical vision of the genome and its infotech ideology:

http://ctheorymultimedia.cornell.edu:8080/ctmm/issue2.jsp

http://ctheorymultimedia.cornell.edu:8080/ctmm/artworks.jsp?issue=2

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