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Revealing code : what can language teach software?
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-04-13)
In the last twenty years, computer code has emerged from obscure beginnings to occupy a rather prominent place in our culture. We can see evidence of code's cultural presence in our everyday conversation, in the way we ...
Thinking in stories
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-05-15)
This thesis considers cognitive narrative a component of intelligence that specializes in generality. In exploring the ubiquitous external (mediated) and internal (cognitive) functions of narrative it provides two contributions ...
The digital absurd
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-03-31)
I believe that the concept of the absurd, as described in philosophy and reflected in works of drama and literature, provides an unusual and helpful perspective from which to view the emerging field of digital media. In ...
Running the Rift
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-03-05)
English class discussion of the Bellwether Prize winning novel "Running The Rift" with the author, Naomi Benaron, via Skype.
Consciousness, Literature, and Science Fiction
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-12)
This paper explores the connections between language, literature, and consciousness. The first section discusses the possible origins of literature. Section two focuses on the literature of the twentieth century and how ...
Tracking the Zombie in Popular Media
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-09-12)
James Bond and the Deep South
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-08)
Conceptual Blending in Higher-Order Human Cognition
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10-02)
The Digital Media Program within the The School of Literature, Communication and Culture (LCC) welcomed Case Western Reserve University Professor Mark Turner. His talk touched on the cognitive processes involved in human ...