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Friday, 07 January

218. Analog and Digital: Texts, Contexts, and Networks

10:15–11:30 a.m., Atrium I, J. W. Marriott

A special session

Presiding: Victoria E. Szabo, Duke Univ.

1. “Digital Networks and Horizontal Textuality,” David S. Roh, Old Dominion Univ.

2. “The Work of the Text in Haggard’s She: Full-Text Searching and Networks of Association,” Robert Steele, George Washington Univ.

3. “Taken Possession Of: What Digital Archives Can Teach Us about Nathaniel Hawthorne, Religious Readers, and Antebellum Reprinting Culture,” Ryan C. Cordell, Univ. of Virginia

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Author Comment
Subject: Session Overview
This session was organized around the question of what digital interventions bring to existing critical and methodological approaches in English Studies, emphasizing how "digital humanities" techniques enrich historically-oriented literary scholarship, as well as shape our approaches to literary history itself.