Observations Upon a Blazing World: Reading, Writing and Creating in a Digital Age

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Date

3-20-2018

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Duration

53:40

Description

Jennifer Boyle speaks about the transformative effects of digital technology on American life in this lecture. The talk focuses on the core aspects of her research and teaching: how transformations in media make knowledge possible. The talk emphasizes how moments of significant media transformation should be understood in historical context, and how such re-contextualization can lead to innovative interventions in our own digital age.

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This series was made possible through the generous support of HTC, the Horry Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Image Caption: Group photo with plaque (l to r) Ralph Byington, David DeCenzo, Jennifer Boyle, and Brent Groome.

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Coastal Carolina University--Periodicals;Lecture--Series;Digital humanities;New media (Digital media);English literature--17th century;Boyle, Jennifer (Jennifer Ellen)

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Copyright © Coastal Carolina University. For more information contact University Archives at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 29526.

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Observations Upon a Blazing World: Reading, Writing and Creating in a Digital Age

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