Saturday, 7 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 611, WSCC
A special session
1. " Everything Old Is New Again: The Digital Past and the Humanistic Future," Alison Byerly, Middlebury Coll.
2. "As Study or as Paradigm? Humanities and the Uptake of Emerging Technologies," Andrew Pilsch, Penn State Univ., University Park
3. "Digital Tunnel Vision: Defining a Rhetorical Situation," David Robert Gruber, North Carolina State Univ.
4. "Digital Humanities Authorship as the Object of New Media Studies," Victoria E. Szabo, Duke Univ.
For abstracts, visit www.duke.edu/~ves4/mla2012.
Genre, Theory, Method – Electronic Technology (Teaching, Research, and Theory)
Genre, Theory, Method – History of the Book, Reception Theory, Comparison with Other Media, and Performance
The Profession – Research and Bibliography