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  • Locations: Virtual, International
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Restrictions: Non-IILE applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2022 02/11/2022
Rolling Admission 01/31/2022 05/24/2022

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Program Description:
The proliferation of digital information and communications technologies over the past half-century has transformed and continues to transform how literary works are composed, produced, circulated, read, and interpreted. What new forms and practices of reading and writing have emerged in this late age of typography? What is the nature, extent, and significance of these changes? This course re-assesses questions and themes long central to the study of literature including: archiving, authorship, canon formation, circulation and access, materiality, narrative, poetics, and readership, among others. The course aims to understand our present moment in a historical global context by pairing contemporary works with texts from and about other shifts in media from the ancient world to the contemporary era. Readings include Augustine, Borges, Eisenstein, Flusser, Hayles, Jenkins, and Plato, as well as works of HTML/hypertext fiction, Twitter literature, online poetry, fan fiction, and so on. Coursework will include online and off-line activities in addition to traditional papers. This course is cross-listed with Experimental Humanities. Please contact the professor prior to registering for this course.

Course Days and Times
Tuesday 09:10-11:30 (New York Time). 15:10-17:30 (Vienna Time). 

Patricia Lopez-Gay

Course Level

4 credits (US) 8 credits (ECTS)

OSUN Partner Offering Course
Bard College Annandale (ANN)

This program is currently not accepting applications.