• Digital media: digital literature, media theory, archives, media archaeology, history of computing, typewriting
  • Twentieth- and twenty-first century North American literature: the avant-garde, modernism, post-1945 experimental writing, science and literature

MEDIA ARCHAEOLOGY LAB, founder and director 2009 – present




  • There Is No Internet.” Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland. April 2014
  • Archives, Memory, Resistance: The Media Archaeology Lab.” HumLab, Umeå University. Umeå, Sweden. February 2014
  • “Writing on the Internet When it was ‘Internet.'” Department of English, Concordia University, Montreal. January 2014
  • “From Apple BASIC to Hypercard: Translating Translating bpNichol in the Media Archaeology Lab.” Brakhage Center for the Media Arts, University of Colorado at Boulder. December 2013.
  • “The Media Archaeology Lab as Configurable, Conceptual Object.” Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University. November 2013
  • “The Media Archaeology Lab as Thinkertoy.” Media Archaeology Institute. Film, Video, New Media, and Animation, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. October 2013.
  • “Reading the Machine, Writing the Archive: Media Archaeology Case Studies.” Department of English, University of Alberta. September 2013.
  • Born Digital: Conservation in the Computer Age.” New Museum, NYC. September 2013.
  • “Media Archaeology as Digital Humanities.” DH + CU Symposium, University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries. August 2013.
  • “Floppy Disks, Artist Books, and the Trouble with Origins: Paul Zelevansky’s THE BURIAL OF ANCESTORS.” Beyond the Text: Literary Archives in the 21st Century. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. April 2013.
  • From Open, Extensible, Flexible to ‘Insanely Great’, or, What it Could Have Been Like to Use Your Computer.” Counterpath Gallery. Denver, CO. February 2013.
  • “A Typewriter is a Poem. A Poem is Not a Typewriter.” Concrete Poetry Symposium. Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia. February 2012.
  • “Digital Media Archaeology.” Electronic Textual Cultures Lab. University of Victoria. Victoria, B.C. January 2012.


  • “Writing (through) Media Archaeology.” &Now Festival. Boulder, CO. September 2013.
  • The Apple Macintosh: From the Philosophy of the Open to Ideology of the User Friendly.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Boston, MA. January 2013.
  • “The User-Friendly, from the Xerox Alto to the Apple Macintosh.” Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. Manchester, UK. October 2012.
  • “The Googlization of Poetry.” Faculty Colloquia on Works in Progress. Department of English. University of Colorado at Boulder. Boulder, CO. February 2012.
  • “Reading Writing Interfaces: Judd Morrissey and Jason Nelson.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Seattle, WA. January 2012. (panel organizer)
  • “Learning Through Tinkering: The Archeological Media Lab.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Seattle, WA. January 2012.

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