Digital Textuality

  • What do Digital Humanities (DH) approaches and perspectives bring to LCS research and impact?
  • How do DH methods engage with the concepts of textuality, fictionality, rhetoricity, and historicity?
  • What forms of rhetorical analysis are called for by digital textuality?
  • In what ways do digital texts disrupt the intimate links between author and work, voice and self, and what impact does this disruption have on contemporary notions of selfhood, individuation and the humanities?

See: Science Policy Briefing & Conference abstracts