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They began with the rise of print materials and the practices and methodologies associated with them are bound to that format. Right now we have print humanities and digital humanities but eventually all humanities will be digital humanities. Breaking the Page.

I eagerly went to Amazon. Nothing there. And there is only a pointer for a hardcover of the print version. There was no Kindle version. Yet, even Peter with his deep insights into the transformation of the print book to the digital book admits that he prefers the authoring and reading process for the print book. Today I celebrate my transition from print to digital with this blog post. But first I must print it out so that I can edit it, and hold it, and get ink stains on my hands so that I know that I have really written something.

Whereas computational digital humanities claims to be a mode inquiry that would utterly displace humanistic disciplines, the critical digital humanities Dobson explains and practices shows how humanistic critical theory and computational science might be considered complementary rather than antagonistic modes of inquiry. Pease, author of The New American Exceptionalism.

My first book, Modernity and Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America: Literary Representations of Communication and Transportation Technologies Palgrave, , concerns the relation between autobiographical writing, modernity, and technology in the work of Henry James, Theodore Dreiser, and Henry Adams. Modernity and Autobiography in Nineteenth-Cenury America examines temporal and formal disruptions found in American autobiographical narratives produced during the end of the nineteenth century.

It argues that disruptions were primarily the result of encounters with new communication and transportation technologies. Although the codex, compared with computers, is undeniably limited in its capacity to store, perpetuate, generate and recreate information, I accept these boundaries. I apply quasi-software functions such as cutting, pasting and hidden text onto an analog system; it does not work it cannot.

The codex is intractable as a technology; restricted from interacting with it by not altering its inevitable course, you read linearly from beginning to end. It is essentially inflexible.

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That is its built-in personality flaw; that is its elegance. Bielstein has worked with such institutions as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Menil Collection, the Tate, and the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art to copublish exhibition catalogues and other publications. As an employee of the Press she has served as an advisor to the Bodleian Library regarding the development of their publication program.

She is hard at work now on a new book, which asks what IS the book? What lives does it have in this early stage of the Digital Era? During the academic year , she was a visiting scholar at Harvard University with the Department of Comparative Literature. Researching Differently. Routledge, New York and London, ed. Routledge, London, ed. Masculinities at Risk. De gotieke vertelling in de Nederlandse literatuur.

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Wales UP, forthcoming with Lies Wesseling. In recent years Dettmer has established himself as one of the leading international contemporary artists working with the book today. Apart from digital literature her focus has been on modern poetry.


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An English publication on the subject is forthcoming. A link to an English publication on the blanks in digital poetry is underneath.

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There you can also find a link with some Dutch digital poetry in translation. Other recent research and teaching hasbeen on ethics and the Holocaust in the contemporary novel. With Thomas Vaessens she has co-edited the volume Reconsiderations. The European Novel beyond postmodernism.


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His research focuses on Twentieth and twenty-first century poetry in English, Chinese and Russian, modernism and postmodernism, the avant-garde, literary theory, literature and politics, comparative literature. She is particularly concerned with tracing the patterns according to which new media become meaningful within and against the contexts of older media.