Evidence
Volume 1 Issue 1, Fall 2005
Excerpt from Evidence's Issue Introduction:
"For as long as we have been thinking about, designing, and programming this inaugural issue of Vectors, a war has been taking place half way around the world."
Mobility
Volume 1 Issue 2, Spring 2006
Excerpt from Mobility's Issue Introduction:
"If the telecommunications and entertainment industries (and countless consumers) are now enthralled with all things mobile, the pieces collected here underscore that mobility is first and foremost a social phenomenon, one with long and troubled histories."
Ephemera
Volume 2 Issue 1, Fall 2006
Excerpt from Ephemera's Issue Introduction:
"Indeed, those of us who study the artifacts and stories of cultural and artistic production may be in the midst of a new dark age, inundated with such a profusion of information that we can never hope to organize or digest it, much less sensibly preserve it for the future."
Perception
Volume 2 Issue 2, Winter 2007
Excerpt from Perception's Issue Introduction:
"But these experiments in structure and meaning are not meant as hollow aesthetic exercises; rather, they are meant to help us 'see things differently' in a manner that makes it difficult to disavow the politicized roles that technology plays in the construction of everyday life."
Difference
Volume 3 Issue 1, Fall 2007
Excerpt from Difference's Issue Introduction:
"I am continually amazed by how easy it is to hold these two types of work apart and have come to believe that the very forms of electronic culture encourage just such a partitioning or modularity, making it hard to sustain connections across fields of knowledge."
Memory
Volume 3 Issue 2, Summer 2012
Excerpt from Memory's Issue Introduction:
"We will remind our now seven-year-old daughter that the first (and practically only) time she saw live television was in 2008 when Barack Obama accepted his party's nomination for President."
Current Projects - Current Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1, Fall 2013
Excerpt from Current Projects' Issue Introduction:
"Likewise, Vectors remains resolutely committed to remain free and open access, favoring work that speaks across disciplinary boundaries and with relevance beyond the virtual, physical and metaphorical walls of the academy."