LAST BIANNUAL CONFERENCE/ WORKING SESSION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA–CHAPEL HILL (APRIL 6-9, 2016)
N. Katherine Hayles (Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; James B. Duke Professor of Literature, Duke U), “Apophenia: The Interplay between Randomness and Meaning in Digital and Print Contemporary Literature,” on April 8.
Loss Pequeño Glazier (Director, Electronic Poetry Center; Media Study Professor, SUNY-Buffalo), “Albayzín, Arrays, ‘Asombro de Luna’: Towards Language, Moonlight, and the Balcony’s Open Door,” on April 8.
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