Symposium: The Future of Literature in an Age of Digital Media

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What is the function of literature in a digital culture?  How does our immersion in digital practices affect our reading and appreciation of literary texts?  Has literature changed in response to a new digital aesthetic?Everyone is invited to attend the "Future of Literature in an Age of Digital Media," a symposium organized by Jay David Bolter and Maria Engberg, sponsored by the Wesley Center for New Media, the Graduate Program in Digital Media, and the School of Literature, Communication,  and Culture in Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts.  Come, listen, debate, challenge, and be inspired by the speakers and the discussions.Wednesday, October 194pm-7pmTSRB Auditiorium (Technology Square Research Building, 85, Fifth Street, NW, Atlanta 30308)Speakers:Michael Joyce, author and professor at Vassar College, Steve Tomasula, author and professor at University of Notre Dame, and Jay David Bolter, Ian Bogost, and Maria Engberg from Digital Media/LCC will speak about how the literary arts respond and relate to an age of digital media culture.Refreshments will be served!All are welcome!


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  • Created By: Lauren Langley
  • Created: 10/19/2011
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016

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