Monthly Archives: November 2008

Response to Les Harrison’s Fluid Text Post

My comment on Les Harrison’s post, Fluid Text as Textual Deformation, is too long, so I decided to put my comment here. I would quibble with your claim that “digital replication of the print book is not properly the province … Continue reading

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Obama’s Election: In Search of Uncle Tom

I celebrate the election of Barack Obama, but I temper my celebration. I am teaching a course that considers America’s multi-ethnic society through the prism of our nation’s long history of race. In a Wednesday blog post (not in public … Continue reading

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