Course Description

This course explores how contemporary writers and artists have attempted to come to terms with the so-called post-print era - a historical moment characterized by the strategies of fragmentation and recombination that digital hyperspaces make possible. By analysing digital texts and the work of cultural theorists on the nature and impact of this new medium, students will address the implications of the rise of computing and the internet for the future of literary and other cultural practices.


Prerequisites: ENG 108 or CENG 110

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