Minor Sound: Toward a Philosophy of Circumambience in Faulkner
Julie Beth Napolin, assistant professor of Digital Humanities at Eugene Lang College, the New School, will give a talk entitled “Minor Sound: Toward a Philosophy of Circumambience in Faulkner.” Wednesday, March 4, at 6:00 p.m. in Bishop Hall 209
Professor Napolin, who received her Ph.D. in Rhetoric from the University of California in 2010, works at the interface of modernist studies, new media studies, sound studies, critical theory, and American literature and music. Her work is included in the essay collections Vibratory Modernism and the forthcoming Fifty Years after Faulkner, and she is currently at work on two book-length studies, The Fact of Resonance: Toward a Literary Sound Studies and Dialectical Sound: Archiving Sonic Memory. Recent conference presentations and articles have focused on the work of Conrad, Faulkner, Du Bois, Eisenstein, and Benjamin. She has also served as associate director of the Digital Yoknapatawpha digital humanities project at the University of Virginia. Many thanks in advance for helping Professor Napolin feel welcome on our campus next month.
American Literature | Digital Humanities
Napolin, Julie Beth, "Minor Sound: Toward a Philosophy of Circumambience in Faulkner" (2015). Lecture Series. 16.