Tag: derrida

New Media: Its Utility and Liability for Literature and for Life

2012-03-07

This formulation by Joseph Tabbi is being reprinted with permission from the University of Minnesota Press’s remixthebook. The original online version can be found here: http://www.remixthebook.com/new-media-its-utility-and-liability-for-lite…

Welcome to Baltimore

2003-04-21

Picking up Lance Olsen’s theme of thinking as digestion, Michael Martone chews on what’s Avant Garde about Baltimore.

Two Gestures, While Waiting for a Third

2003-11-15

Juggling economies and unknotting threads, Victor Vitanza pulls back to drop the curtain, theoretically, on The Politics of Information.

Soliciting Taste: How sweet the taste of salted bream...

2007-05-30

Teri Hoskin, as part of the collection of electropoetics essays on Gregory Ulmer, hypertextually approaches the question of writing and design, of writing as design.

The Digital Potential: Leaving Open the Future of Scholarship and the University

2009-09-01

Taking seriously author Gary Hall’s ground-up rethinking of the
university, David Parry raises an issue not addressed in Digitize This
Book
, namely - what if Hall’s own field of Cultural Studies has no
future as a discipline in the university’s digital future?

On Being Difficult

2007-07-25

Ken Hirschkop questions whether poststructuralism and
self-referentiality offer workable alternatives to the military ‘World
Target’ that, according to Rey Chow, provides the framework for
knowledge production in Departments of Comparative Literary Studies.

Diagrammatology

2007-05-09

Rowan Wilken sets himself the challenge of theorizing the unrepresentable in relation to the architectural model of the diagram.

SURFACE TO SURFACE, ASHES TO ASHES (REPORTING TO U)

2007-05-09

Linda Marie Walker writes an involved meditation on the concept of the interface and its relation to place.

The Two Ulmers in e-Media Studies: Vehicle and Driver

2007-05-09

Craig Saper ingeniously interprets Gregory Ulmer as an object of study, as both a vehicle and driver of signification.

StudioLab UMBRELLA

2007-05-09

Jon McKenzie, a former student of Gregory Ulmer’s, traces the relations of influence and mentorship.

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