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    First Blog Post Due Tomorrow

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    Here is the controversy over Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” (appeal pending in the courts): Plagiarism Suit

    Watch the other videos and read the materials linked and in hard copy.  We’ll can view the link above if we have time tomorrow (no need to view in advance)…

    See you then!…

  2. travisj

    Reminder

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    Send me your blog addresses.

    The reading/viewing for class today is the material on digital literacies and the debate around whether Google is making us stupid (the discuss should be read from top to bottom as they are in order of response to Carr’s article).

    See you later!…

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    Welcome

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    On this site you will find the syllabus, readings, announcements, and more.  Please take some time to explore the site and some of the links.  I am looking forward to an engaging semester with you!…

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    Welcome!

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    This is the site we will be using for our course.  Please bookmark it and follow the site via email.  The syllabus, assignments, and your blogs will be posted here.  In addition, I will use this site to make announcements, post reminders, and share important materials.

    Please take some time …

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    Final UnEssays

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    Please make sure you post them to your blog (and email me the link) tomorrow (Thursday 12/14).  I want to make sure I don’t miss any emails and can find them on your blog if need be.

    Thanks for a thought-provoking semester!  I’m looking forward to reading/exploring your final projects!!…

  6. travisj

    Grad Conference at Stonybrook-call for papers

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    Stony Brook University
    30th Annual English Graduate Conference February 23rd, 2018

    Literature as Activism Keynote Speaker

    Dr. Lisa Duggan, NYU

    Literature is a social act. Our encounters with literature, history, philosophy, and even science are informed by the world in which these encounters take place. No matter what text we …

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    MLA in NYC!

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    Here is how you can attend at reduced rates:

    Special Registration Rates for Student Groups

    We’re pleased to offer registration rates as low as $40 for groups of five or more nonpresenting graduate students at the convention. Learn more about group rates and register your group by 12 December.

    Filed …

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    Lev Manovich talk at CUNY Grad Center Wed

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    Computer Science & Graduate Center Digital Initiatives Visualization Seminar How to See 1 Billion Images? Lev Manovich Wednesday, Nov 29th 2017 3:00pm – 4:00pm The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue Room 9207 Today people around the world create, share and interact with billions of new digital artifacts every day. We …

  9. travisj

    Workshop/Presentations:

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    Elements to consider in presentation/discussion of your topic and materials:

    What is the conversation you are entering?  How will your project add to or impact that conversation?

    What medium are you using to develop your argument and insights?  Does the medium and message work together?

    What work have you done …

  10. travisj

    Talk Friday at CUNY Grad Center:

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    Interesting talk–note also his topic…close to some of the issues we have been discussing!

    We’re delighted to invite you to a lecture by Jonathan Senchyne (University of Wisconsin-Madison), who will be speaking at the CUNY Graduate Center English program this Friday. Please come and please help us spread the word. …

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    Upcoming Event

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    The ‘Crisis’ Humanities, and the Digital Humanities? New Directions in the Humanities Tuesday Nov. 14th: 6.00-7.30pm NYU’s Center for the Humanities: 20 Cooper Square, fifth floor Register here: http://bit.ly/2ygYVNo We invite you (humanists and digital humanists) to take part in a conversation about the future of the humanities. Where should …

  12. travisj

    Discussing Spatial Humanities tomorrow!

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    What does it mean, how does it work, why should we include this kind of analysis in our thinking about literary texts?

    We also have a visit from a librarian who will be demonstrating mapping tools–great to use in your research and with your students (for those teachers among us).…

English Studies in the Digital Age (St Johns U, Spring 2014)

This class is being taught by Jennifer Travis. The course investigates how digital technologies impact the way we read, study, and understand literature and is inspired by the following questions: What happens to literature and “the literary” in an age of digital technology? How are modern technological innovations like the computer and e-reader reshaping our understanding of texts and their writers, readers, and interpreters? What is digital literature and how do we contextualize it within a history of literature and literary aesthetic?

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