MIT professor Nick Montfort talks about his new book and how learning to explore code isn’t just for the tech-inclined — programming can be a way for arts and humanities scholars to discover answers…and questions…they’ve never seen before.
Digitally based knowledge has reevaluate their existing pedagogical methods. In this workshop, we investigate one possible solution to this challenge: digital annotation.
Close reading requires that the scholar immerse herself in the experience of the text on its own terms, and at the same time maintain a critical distance.
John Bryant on revision studies, adaptation, translation, creativity, appropriation, and cultural difference in the ethics and editing of revision.