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Class, Tues, 3/24/2015

e1d3

Conferences

  • Wed, 3/25: 10-11, and 1-3
  • Thurs, 3/26: 12:30-3:30

15 minutes. We’ll work with a printout of your e1d2 that you’ve highlighted. 68 more words

Class

Paratext: To Read or Not to Read

My own personal rule of reading has always been: Do not read the back cover of the book and rarely read reviews until after finishing the novel in its entirety. 380 more words

Class, Wed, 1/07/2015

Session One

Berger, Essay 1

Forwarding [slides]

  • Postman and Barthes
  • Marc and Barthes
  • Fastwrite: Use the image you brought to class to forward Berger…
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Class

Embodied Books

Some months ago I had the opportunity to observe a fascinating presentation about illuminated manuscripts given by James D. Fox, Head of Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Oregon. 254 more words

Librarianship

The canon becomes the paratext. Is it?

As Brooker said, ‘canon is a slippery thing’. Once Upon A Time series attracted the attention of the audience to the fairytales. Active audience, who wants to know spoilers and expand universe of the OUAT for themselves go back to fairytales. 616 more words

Participatory Culture Continued...

Another example of participatory culture within The Walking Dead is the fan fiction section of the ‘Walking Dead Forums’ (The Walking Dead Forum, 2014) in which the audience uploads personal unofficial texts such as extended stories to the series and other fans can contribute. 510 more words