From What’s the Function of Criticism? Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #36 with Critic Noah Berlatsky A little refresher course in lit crit 101. Well chosen articles that lead us back to Richards, Sontag, even Pound and Eliot.
Pigeons and Personalization: The Histories of “Personalized Learning” – Take your pick, says Audrey. Show your politics. > But “personalization” is not simply how we cope with our desire for individuality in an age of mass production, of course. It’s increasingly how we’re sold things. It’s how we are profiled, how we are segmented, how… Continue reading What I’m reading 31 May 2017 through 9 Jun 2017
Almost There … Virtually Connecting | Enhancing the virtual event experience – Maha Bali and Rebecca Hogue and a host of others are experimenting with google Hangouts at conferences as a way of connecting the stay-at-homes with the conference attendees. Unscripted, w/o a net. – (DH a&e Hangouts DE ) Wikifying Annotations – Mike imagines… Continue reading What I’m reading 11 Jun 2015 through 18 Jun 2015
Resource Management, Note-taking + Abstracting – Words in Space – note taking, template for note taking, software for note taking. – (notetaking theory reading research ) Reading Effectively – Words in Space – advice and strategies for reading theory, and a framework for designing PLEs. – (dh litcrit pedagogy notetaking ple ) Using IFTTT To… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 15 Dec 2014 through 16 Dec 2014
The Death of Fiction? | Mother Jones – – (publishing publishing2.0 en3177 freelancing newmedia fiction academia magazines ) What is an Author? Michel Foucault: "What is an Author?" – – (authorship litcrit newmedia )
What is an Author? Michel Foucault: "What is an Author?" – – (authorship litcrit newmedia ) Aspen no. 5+6, item 3: Three Essays – Death of the Author, Barthes. STYLE AND REPRESENTATION OF HISTORICAL TIME / GEORGE KUBLER. THE AESTHETICS OF SILENCE / SUSAN SONTAG – (newmedia litcrit ) Say Everything – from The Best… Continue reading bookmarks for February 22nd, 2010 through February 28th, 2010