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Teaching Things

Laurie AndersonSpending the War Without YouNorton Lectures “Your tools teach you things.” 1:44:46 from the Q+A at the end of Lecture 6: Birds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj_JN1delKU And so for day 307614.05.2015

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E V A P O R A T I O N

VERSschmuggel / reVERSible: An Anthology of English Canadian Poetry / Poésie du Québec / Dichtung aus Deutschland Tristan Malavoy on the poetry of Nancy Hünger at 46:26 … there is this idea that language is never fully acquired; it can … Continue reading

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Corps et Textes

Visceral Data: Renderings That & MatterDigital Humanities at Michigan State UniversityJacqueline D. Wernimonthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dIpX2tQCUk The last slide in the talk/demo caught my attention for its positioning of “narratives” We are inspired by Diana Taylor’s call to see embodied performance as a … Continue reading

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Tapping a Path through Percussion

Jacqueline Wernimont, author of “Numbered Lives: Life and Death in Quantum Media” Distinguished Lecture, “Visceral Data: Renderings that & Matter” at Digital Humanities at Michigan State University. Link to talk/demo After listening to this presentation on data renderings in other … Continue reading

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Living by Feeding

Elif Shafak PEN HG Wells Lecture Democracy is not a medal that once earned can be framed and hung on a wall to hide the cracks. It is a delicate ecosystem, a living and breathing environment of interacting beings, checks … Continue reading

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Jeux d’esprit et Esprit du jeu

A fabulous forty minutes … Before Bridgerton: Representation in Austen-Inspired Games Emily M. N. Kugler reminds us the past is messy, the past is relevant, and story telling is an incredibly powerful art This is billed as an overview of … Continue reading

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Sweet

A quiet forceful song about relishing one’s choices… Ain’t life sweet, we know what we’re doing Ain’t life sweet, when we’re not afraid to care Ain’t life sweet, we know what we’re doing Ain’t life sweet, when we’re not afraid … Continue reading

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Construction and Chance

CRAL – Centre de Recherches sur les arts et le langage Séminaires « Recherches contemporaines en narratologie » At 48 minutes in, Daniel Ferrer proposes that the notion of implied author (from Wayne Booth) be set alongside a passage from … Continue reading

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affirming a kind of affirmation

John Akomfrah and Janna Levin in conversation as part of Longplayer Assembly. Towards the end of their conversation they exchange thoughts and words about jazz and improvisation and conversation and ways of being in the world that go meta and … Continue reading

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Words, Music, Dance, Film

Unabashed plug for great work “Lulu follows a woman coming to terms with saying goodbye and having the courage to move on and start over.” At the beginning of this piece the poem “Do Not Stand at my Grave and … Continue reading

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