From meeting with Jeff:
- McLuhan, Gutenberg Galaxy
- McLuhan, Understanding Media
- Ulmer, Heuretics (and others)
- Barthes (just generally)
- Lyotard, The Postmodern Condition
- Manovitch, Language of New Media
- Vitanza, “The Counter-Thesis”
- Vitanza, Pretext (journal)
- Schild & Harkin (eds), Contending With Words
- Olson, Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work
From Jeff’s hypertext directed study:
- Ted Nelson Dream Machines/Computer Lib (get from interlibrary)
- Nancy Kaplan “E-Literacies” online
- Vannevar Bush “As We May Think” Atlantic Monthly. Find online.
- Stuart Moulthrop “You Say You Want a Revolution” PMC Find online
- George Landow “The Paradigm is more Important than the Purchase. Educational Innovation and Hypertext Theory.” In Digital Media Revisited.
- Jay David Bolter. Writing Space.
- Greg Ulmer “Grammatology Hypermedia.” PMC. Online.
- Tim Berners Lee. Weaving the Web
- John Slatin. “Reading Hypertext – Order and Coherence” College English
- Joseph Janangelo “Joseph Cornell and the Artistry of Composing Persuasive Hypertexts.” CCC
- Lester Faigley Fragments of Rationality
- Jeff Rice. “Writing About Cool: Teaching Hypertext as Juxtaposition” Computers and Composition.
- Jeff Rice. “The 1963 Hip Hop Machine: Hip Hop Pedagogy as Composition.” CCC
- Craig Stroupe “The Rhetoric of Irritation: Inappropriateness as Visual/Literate Practice.” Defining Visual Rhetorics.
- Collin Brooke “Making Room, Writing Hypertext.” JAC.
- Roland Barthes “From Work to Text” Image/Music/Text
- Jacques Derrida “Structure, Sign and Play in the Human Sciences” Writing and Difference
- Mark Nunes The Cyberspaces of Everyday Life
From Blogsome Comments:
- Lakoff and Turner, More Than Cool Reason (metaphor and literacy)
- Jack Goody, Domestication of the Savage Mind (lists and tables)
- Baudrillard, Symbolic Exchange
- Barthes, Elements of Semiology
- Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift Cities: Reimagining the Urban (drifts, Deleuzian flows)
- Young et al. Stalking Detroit (mapping and cities)
- Vilem Flusser, Kenneth Burke, Edbauer, Macrorie–on pleasure and pedagogy
- Stuart Hall, The Popular Arts
From ENG 7020 Syllabus:
- Walter Ong, Orality and Literacy
- Deborah Brandt, Literacy in American Lives
- Geoff Sirc, English Comp as a Happening
- Barthes, Camera Lucida
- Greil Marcus, Dead Elvis
- McLuhan, Medium is the Message
Also, Derek Meuller’s extensive reading list, available here, contains a sweet bunch of stuff I wanna read.
More to come, I’m sure. . .