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Hybrid Literary Studies:
Critical Making,
Steampunk,
Digital Humanities
@RogerWhitson
SWES ASU
Alum...
http://bit.ly/1hPFCxp
“[I]n principle, the interminably open horizon of human
existence does not allow for any computerization, but that
compute...
http://bit.ly/OLgNWK
http://bit.ly/1fx2znh
Deep Time Recursion

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Palimpsest Materiality

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http://bit.ly/1imEXQv
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http://bit.ly/1egKOH0
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Thanks!
@RogerWhitson
rogerwhitson.net
Hybrid literarystudies
Hybrid literarystudies
Hybrid literarystudies
Hybrid literarystudies
Hybrid literarystudies
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  1. 1. http://bit.ly/1jxNnFB Hybrid Literary Studies: Critical Making, Steampunk, Digital Humanities @RogerWhitson SWES ASU Alumni Lounge 1 March 2014
  2. 2. http://bit.ly/1hPFCxp
  3. 3. “[I]n principle, the interminably open horizon of human existence does not allow for any computerization, but that computers can be helpful tools (in the sense of Being and Time) since they, like humans, exist on the basis of language. Conceptualizing the most complex technological medium as a tool, however, is so common and comforting that the humanities are free to continue their business as usual. Given that tools are always defined from the point of view of their user, there is no need to question the old approach that defines machines from the point of view of humans; and subsequently there is no need to consider the possibility that, conversely, humans are defined by machines.” —Friedrich Kittler, “Thinking Colours and/or Machines.” Theory, Culture, & Society. 23.7-8. (1996/2006): 39-50.
  4. 4. http://bit.ly/OLgNWK
  5. 5. http://bit.ly/1fx2znh
  6. 6. Deep Time Recursion http://bit.ly/Mb19S8
  7. 7. Palimpsest Materiality http://bit.ly/1ff3BlZ
  8. 8. http://bit.ly/1imEXQv
  9. 9. http://bit.ly/1kvE1dj
  10. 10. http://bit.ly/1egKOH0
  11. 11. http://bit.ly/1egLVGK
  12. 12. Thanks! @RogerWhitson rogerwhitson.net

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