Dialectical Sound: Resonance, Faulkner, and the Digital Humanities
The Graduate Institute of Design, Ethnography, and Social Thought
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Julie Beth Napolin will address the digital humanities as an emerging discipline as it relates to race, listening, and the modernist novel as form. Professor Napolin is co-editor of “Digital Yoknapatawpha,” an online mapping of the fictional world of William Faulkner. She is also a radio producer and practicing musician, and recently taught a course with Michael Garofalo of StoryCorps, helping Lang students create a radio oral history of The New School and Greenwich Village.