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. 

Ted Underwood provides a data-driven counterargument to Thomas Piketty's claim that specific references to money disappeared from literature after World War I.

Do struggles against political, environmental, and gender domination also oppose the exploitation of labor?

Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of Democracy Now, speaks about her experience and unders

The Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth's 2014 public speaker series "Times of Cris

How the tensions between the English language and black voice have evolved, and how they continue