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A Notre Dame colleague reflects on attending the BHPC e-reading colloquium

April 30, 2012 News No Comments

“Sponsored by a number of groups (The Collaborative Program in Book History and Print Culture, the Toronto Centre for the Book, the Toronto Review of Books, and Massey College) the event was divided into three sections: 1) E-Reader Response, 2) The Space of E-Texts, and 3) a keynote address. … Located in an academic atmosphere, we shared and discussed. We were all equals. Everybody had something to offer. There was no goal other than to stimulate our minds. Through the process I learned of my new and different types of reading: close reading; continuous reading; deviant reading; distant reading; distracted reading; intersectional reading; location-aware reading; sustained reading. My conception of reading was expanded.” You can read more here.

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