MSA 18: Codex Industries

  I’m excited to be presenting my work on the Armed Services Editions at this year’s Modernist Studies Association annual conference (and also excited to escape to Southern California in November!). My friend Alex Christie has organized a panel on Modernist Codex Industries, with four really fantastic papers addressing issues of modernism and media theory,…

MLA 2017: Digital Holland and Community-Based DH

I’m happy to announce that my paper, “Digital Holland and Community-Based DH,” has been accepted to MLA! This panel, “Local Digital Humanities” is organized by the MLA Forum on Digital Humanities. I’m excited to be sharing my work at Hope College– and, more importantly, the work of undergraduate Mellon Scholars. Paper Abstract Digital humanities has…

Modernism In/And The Contemporary

I’m excited to announce a panel for MSA 17, “Modernism In/And the Contemporary.” In the context of modernism, modernity, and modernist studies, “revolution” is commonly associated with change, upheaval, and rupture. This panel considers “revolution,” in another sense: return, circularity, cyclical recurrence. As David James and Urmila Seshagiri note in their eponymous “Metamodernism,” contemporary fiction…

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