Is critical theory today a recognizable genre/style of thinking/writing?
Catherine Malabou delivers the last of three Wellek lectures at the University of California, Irvine.
Intelligence has always been considered the shadow of the mind, of spirit, of understanding. Why must we now reconsider this devaluation?
In this exciting talk, David Mimno outlines the limitations and uses of representational modeling by employing examples from Minecraft, data on U.S. gun ownership, and 19th-century novels.
Applied linguist Susan Conrad looks to engineering writing to highlight differences between theoretical and practical communication.
Mark Algee-Hewitt, Ryan Heuser, and Franco Moretti of the Stanford Literary Lab present their research on the "natural habitat of topics": paragraphs.
Digital humanities have broken with the “human” and readerly scale, replacing it with the radical discontinuity of Micro and Mega: a promising change of landscape for which we haven’t yet found the right categories.