Navigating the “Screwmeneutic” Circle

digital literary studies and digital history: sailing between two poles of “big tent” humanities. How far are digital historians willing to go with the new methods of digital literary studies such as “deformance,” “textual intervention,” “tamperings,” and, most fabulously, “screwmeneutics”? The question raises useful issues of the potential similarities and differences between digital history and … Continue reading Navigating the “Screwmeneutic” Circle