Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Combat PalimpsestsGreat post, Jon. I like how you connect Combat Paper with numerous examples of historical literature that ask to be read as assemblages of ideas and matter, words and rags. At 2:48 in the second video, one vet watches another work and comments, "That ...
Sizing MattersThanks, Cathleen. Like Tim and Jon, I'm interested in the ways your study revisits and revises some of the old chestnuts of papermaking history. It seems to me that sizing is such an under-researched aspect of historical papermaking. I'm fascin ...
Looking around the Kafka.beLooking around the Kafka.be site that you linked, Ben, I was struck by the contact page, where a rather commanding animated graphic depicts people stepping up to a microphone to voice their complaints about excessive bureaucracy. Below is what I'd co ...