Visualizing the Railway Space in Fontane’s Effi Briest / by Paul Youngman, et al.

Visualizing the Railway Space in Fontane’s Effi Briest TRANSIT vol. 10, no. 2 Paul Youngman, Gabrielle Tremo, Lenny Enkhbold, and Lizzy Stanton Download PDF Abstract Is visualization interpretation? It is a question not traditionally posed in humanities research—an area of … Continue reading

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies / by David D. Kim

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion: Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German … Continue reading

PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe / by David D. Kim and Nickolas de Carlo

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion: Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA Tracking International Publics with Goethe … Continue reading

PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten / by David D. Kim and Mark J. Phillips

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion: Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion Discovering Networks … Continue reading

Network Politics, Wireless Protocols, and Public Space / by Erik Born

Network Politics, Wireless Protocols, and Public Space Erik Born This paper unravels the implications of wireless technology (e.g., GPS, RFID, Wi-Fi) for our understanding of public space in the digital age. I argue that the current push for ubiquitous connectivity, … Continue reading

Digital Reading and the Post-Forensic Imagination / by Lutz Koepnick

Digital Reading and the Post-Forensic Imagination Lutz Koepnick New media theory and criticism remain deeply entangled in what Matthew Kirschenbaum has called the medial ideology: the assumption that the digital age knows neither of material forms of inscription nor of … Continue reading

Entertaining Germany in the Digital Age: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Markus Flohr’s Wo samstags immer Sonntag ist (2011) / by Isabelle Hesse

Entertaining Germany in the Digital Age: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Markus Flohr’s Wo samstags immer Sonntag ist (2011) Isabelle Hesse As the recent controversy surrounding the publication of Günter Grass’s poem ‘Was gesagt werden muss’ (2012) confirms, Germany’s relationship with Israel … Continue reading

Computer Poems and Codework: Redefining Subjectivity for the Digital Age / by Kurt Beals

Computer Poems and Codework: Redefining Subjectivity for the Digital Age Kurt Beals This paper considers how poets have responded to the changing function of language in the digital age, and specifically how they have developed models of hybrid subjectivity to … Continue reading

Intersections of Music, Politics, and Digital Media: Bandista / by Ela Gezen

Intersections of Music, Politics, and Digital Media: Bandista Ela Gezen Bandista, a self-described music collective, was founded in Istanbul in 2006. Through framing texts provided on their website – in Turkish, English, Spanish and German – the band proposes to … Continue reading