A free webinar by students of Brigham Young University
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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Studying literature in the 21st century can’t be separated from our digital world. Join us for insights on how classic works of literature help us to better understand our networked world, and how the digital age changes and enhances how we read, write about, and research literature.
A dozen presenters will each give one-minute “tweethis” statements -- their claims about literature and the online world. Come hear about how the following novels are helping us to make sense of digital culture, and how tech and media are changing literary study:
Pride & Prejudice, Gone with the Wind, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Poisonwood Bible, Frankenstein, Anne of Green Gables, The Giver, The Scarlet Letter, The Fountainhead, Hamlet, 1984, Dracula
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