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Making Digital Counterpublics

This year at the MLA I was part of a panel on Making Digital Counterpublics. Drawing on the idea that Habermas’ public sphere is an as yet unachieved ideal, scholars such as Nancy Fraser and Michael Warner have argued for the need to recognize alternative or parallel publics. Amid discourses regarding the value of the ...

More About Knowledge Cartels

In conjunction with the keynote that I gave at the Computers in Writing Conference this year, I wrote an article for Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. For those who are interested this piece articulates, in a slightly different manner, why I think that Open Access issues are fundamental to the work ...

“Burn the Boats/Books”

This is the video from a lecture I recently gave at the Digital Writing and Research Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. The talk is divided into two pieces (no idea why this is), but both are embedded below, or click thru for larger size. This talk is fairly similar to the one ...