Hi all, Just wanting to post here to alert you to the fact that [generic pronoun] now has a beautiful, radical logo from the brilliant Eric Schmaltz. If you like it, you should think of checking out his stuff (which is everywhere), and especially to check out his upcoming exhibit “The Assembly Line of Babel”Continue reading “NEW LOGO”
Welcome to the relaunch of [generic pronoun] creates! This site had a great run as the locus of my doctoral studies, but as I move from graduate student to adult-like academic thing, I want to revamp this site for further research. I will continue to update every Tuesday with scholarship that I am working onContinue reading “We’re Back!”
I’m taking this week off posting because I’m busy away at the DHSI (Digital Humanities Summer Institute) at the University of Victoria. Posts will resume next week. Thanks for your patience.
I am currently experimenting with Twine. Here is my first attempt at doctoring the sentences of a plateau from this site into a Twine game. I am really interested in seeing how you are finding the way that these sections work as a my intricate hypertext interplay!
There will be no post this week as I prepare my research for the new sections on Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov. Please excuse my absence this week, and be sure to check back next week when my new posts will resume. Thanks for your patience.
The Desiring Machines driving & God & does & gaits & does & given” & desiring-machines. & go & do & Given & description & glows,/ & does & general & distinctions, & glaring, & delirium– & goal & D.H. & goal. & desiring-machines, & governing & draws & grafted & desiring-production & going &Continue reading “HOW TO DO THINGS WITH DELEUZE & GUATTARI: Anti-Oedipus”
As a digital, hypertextual project, my dissertation is made up of twelve sections (you are approaching the end of the first, there will be one more for each primary author). Each section is approximately twenty-five to thirty print-pages, and each shares three primary concerns: how is authorship contrived, complicated, or restricted? how is the commonalityContinue reading “Appendix(n): A Treatise on the Dissertation Form”
I realise that in 2013 in North America, I write about terrorism in a vastly different political climate than the one in which Bey wrote in 1985. I am also acutely aware that my use of the term is not without political motivation or desire for controversy. Following the attacks of September 11th, 2001, theContinue reading “Appendix(n): A Note on “Terrorism””