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Jan 25 & 26
Digital Humanities Symposium
Featuring, among many others: Elaine Treharne (Stanford), Will Noel (U Penn), Ryan Cordell (Northeastern), Candace Barrington (CCSU), Peter Donaldson (MIT), Dirksen Bauman (Gallaudet), Sheila Cavanagh (Emory), Katherine Rowe (Bryn Mawr), and Sarah Werner (Folger)
Anthony Bale, guest lecturer at Jeffrey Cohen's graduate seminar to discuss his new translation of Mandeville and the work's cultural contexts. The class will be open to interested visitors. Readings will precirculate.
Will Stockton, "The Fierce Urgency of Now: Queerness, Presentism, and Romeo and Juliet."
Symposium: Ecology of the Inhuman
- Fluid (James Smith, University of Western Australia)
- Trees (Alfred Siewers, Bucknell University)
- Human (Alan Montroso, Independent Scholar)
- Matter (Valerie Allen, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY)
- Post/apocalyptic (Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois Univ.–Edwardsville)
- Shipwreck (Steve Mentz, St Johns University)
- Hewn (Anne F. Harris, DePauw University)
- Recreation (Lowell Duckert, West Virginia University)
- Green (Carolyn Dinshaw, New York University)
- Inhuman (Ian Bogost, Georgia Institute of Technology)