Scalable Reading is a collaborative blog that brings together four literary critics who are interested in quite different topics and approach them with quite different substantive or methodological assumptions but share the belief that digital texts and tools for their analysis have much to offer to the discipline of Literary Studies.
1 April 2013
The following reprints an earlier post of an entry that I first published on January 7, 2011 on my now defunct “Literary Informatics” site. The Chicago section of...
18 January 2013
I am abandoning this site in favour of a new site https://scalablereading.northwestern.edu
8 February 2012
I have written a longish blog on Stanley Fish’s recent tri(b)logy about the Digital Humanities. You can find it on the web site of Northwestern’s new Center for Scholarly...