Monthly Archives: April 2012

History and Future of the Book: Digitial Medieval Textual Scholarship

The rapid evolution of digital medieval textual scholarship presents an interesting twist on some of the problems we’ve been considering this semester. I’ve mostly been thinking about the consequences of changing technology in terms of how it will affect ‘the … Continue reading

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History and Future of the Book: On the Elitism of Death of the Novel Talk

The argument Kathleen Fitzpatrick makes in The Anxiety of Obsolescence is one of the better responses I’ve encountered to the common cultural complaint about the death of the novel. Her argument is that this complaint is an attempt to “separate … Continue reading

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