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Affect Reading Group Meeting

October 3rd, 2011

Kimberly Hall

Join us on Tuesday, 10/11, at 6 pm in HMNSS 2212 (English Dept. Conference Room) to discuss the circulated readings on theories of affect. April Durham will discuss the intellectual genealogy of affect from Spinoza through Deleuze and Guattari (Thanks April!!). We’ll then open it up for seminar style discussion of the readings. Contact Richard Hunt or April Durham with any questions.

For more information, visit the Reading Groups Projects Page.



Bookchin Review at Rhizome

September 23rd, 2011

April Durham

Natalie Bookchin, "Mass Ornament," detail. Single channel HD-video installation. 2009.

The link below provides access to an article about the video/digital art work of Natalie Bookchin.

The next link takes you to her website where you can view images and find links to videos of her installation works. There are also more articles and reviews pertinent to her work.

We will be discussing these articles and works at a workshop prior to Natalie’s visit where she will present on a panel with Alex Juhasz.

Chaucer Hath a Blog! Dr. Brantley Bryant discusses Medieval and New Media Studies

September 20th, 2011

Ian Ross

Chaucer Hath a Blog

Show your solidarity and support this upcoming illustration of the universality of digital studies!

Professor Brantley L. Bryant (Sonoma State University) will be on campus to discuss hit blog Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog and his book on medieval studies and new media. (If you haven’t yet seen it, check out the blog–today’s post brilliantly spoofs yesterday’s “apology email” from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings).
Date: Friday, Oct 14, 20011 Time: 11AM, Location: HMNSS 1500

Talk will be sponsored by the Mellon Workshop on Medieval Cultures and Postmodern Legacies. Direct all questions to<>.

Juhasz essay online at Media Fields

September 19th, 2011

James Tobias

Follow this URL to read Alex Juhasz on her recent work.

We’ll be discussing this essay at an upcoming workshop prior to her visit.