D readings

Entirely optional. Recommended for further research beyond what is suggested by B-level and C-level readings.

(See also the Pinboard tag for related resources not yet integrated into the Zotero collection and this section of the syllabus.)

  1. Rooney, Ellen, and Elizabeth Weed, eds. In The Shadows of The Digital Humanities: a Special Issue of Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. vol. 25. Durham: Duke University Press, 2014. Web. Link (remote) →
  2. Chun, Wendy Hui Kyong. Programmed Visions: Software And Memory. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2011. Print. Software Studies; Software Studies (Cambridge, Mass.).
  3. Cooper, M. G., and J. Marx. “Crisis, Crisis, Crisis: Big Media And The Humanities Workforce.” differences 24.3 (2014): 127–159. Web. Link (remote) →
  4. Fernández, María. “Postcolonial Media Theory.” Art Journal 58.3 (1999): pp. 58–73. Web. Link (remote) →
  5. Flusser, Vilém. Post-History. Minneapolis: Univocal, 2013. Print.
  6. Funkhouser, Chris. New Directions in Digital Poetry. New York: Continuum, 2012. Print. International Texts in Critical Media Aesthetics.
  7. ---. Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, 1959-1995. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2007. Print. Modern And Contemporary Poetics.
  8. Guillory, John. “The Memo And Modernity.” Critical Inquiry 31.1 (2004): 108–132. Web. Link (remote) →
  9. Hansen, Mark B. N. “Foucault And Media: A Missed Encounter?” South Atlantic Quarterly 111.3 (2012): 497–528. Web. Link (remote) →
  10. Harpold, Terry. “The Underside of The Digital Field.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.2 (2012): n. pag. Web. Link (remote) →
  11. ---. “Dark Continents: A Critique of Internet Metageographies.” Postmodern Culture 9.2 (1999): n. pag. Web. Link (remote) →
  12. Harpold, Terry, and Kavita Philip. “Of Bugs And Rats: Cyber-Cleanliness, Cyber-Squalor, And The Fantasy-Spaces of Informational Globalization.” Postmodern Culture 11.1 (2000): n. pag. Web. Link (remote) →
  13. Ketelaar, Eric. “‘Control through Communication’ in a Comparative Perspective.” Archivaria 60 (2005): 71–89. Web. Link (remote) →
  14. Kevorkian, Martin. Color Monitors: The Black Face of Technology in America. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2005. Print.
  15. Kittler, Friedrich A. “There Is No Software.” Literature, Media, Information Systems: Essays. Ed. by John Johnston. Amsterdam: G&B Arts International, 1997. 147–155. Print.
  16. ---. Literature, Media, Information Systems: Essays. Ed. by John Johnston. Amsterdam: G&B Arts International, 1997. Print.
  17. Lauer, J. “Surveillance History And The History of New Media: An Evidential Paradigm.” New Media & Society 14.4 (2011): 566–582. Web. Link (remote) →
  18. Lennon, Brian. “Screening a Digital Visual Poetics.” Configurations 8.1 (2000): 63–85. Web. Link (remote) →
  19. Liu, Lydia H. The Freudian Robot: Digital Media And The Future of The Unconscious. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010. Print.
  20. Lucas, Rob. “Dreaming in Code.” New Left Review 62 (2010): 125–132. Web. Link (remote) →
  21. Merrin, William. Baudrillard And The Media: A Critical Introduction. Cambridge, UK and Malden, MA: Polity, 2005. Print.
  22. Morozov, Evgeny. The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom. New York, NY: PublicAffairs, 2011. Print.
  23. Murray, Simone. Mixed Media: Feminist Presses And Publishing Politics. London, UK and Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2004. Print.
  24. Philip, Kavita, Lilly Irani, and Paul Dourish. “Postcolonial Computing: A Tactical Survey.” Science, Technology & Human Values 37.1 (2010): 3–29. Web. Link (remote) →
  25. Stiegler, Bernard. Taking Care of Youth And The Generations. Trans. by Stephen Barker. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2010. Print. Meridian : Crossing Aesthetics.
  26. Yates, JoAnne. Control through Communication: The Rise of System in American Management. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989. Web. Link (remote) →