Italian Studies, Media Theory, Narrative Theory
Modern Drama, Performance, Media, Theory, Harold Pinter
I’m an early modernist with interests in music, poetics, performance and media theory.
Oceans, media theory, environmental humanities, science fiction, 20th century literature, materiality
I’m a professor, writer, and researcher. My specializations and research interests include writing and composition, digital rhetoric, media ecology and media theory, queer theory, Latinx and Chicanx studies, and Marxist critical theory. Previously, I worked as a journalist in multiple start-up media environments, then as a consultant in publishing and the nonprofit sector.
Researching the intersections of postwar American literature, the history of digital technologies, and the philosophy of probability. Always reading and teaching about African American lit, genre studies, and media theory.
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I write on and teach digital literature, history of computing, media theory, and experimental American and Canadian poetry from the 20th and 21st century. I also direct the Media Archaeology Lab.
20th & 21st century American literature, film studies, critical theory, writing pedagogy.French cinema, structuralism, Gilles Deleuze, rock and roll, media theory, Surrealism & Dada.New York School Poets, New American Cinema, deconstruction, the Beats, phenomenology & existentialism, publication history, postmodernism, American studies, and New Journalism.
I specialize in media theory, digital humanities, and nineteenth-century British literature. My research investigates how the Nineteenth Century is adapted, remediated, and transmitted into more contemporary art and digital media. I’ve specifically looked at this phenomenon by exploring the adaptation of William Blake and by investigating the alternate history reconstruction of the Victorian Period in steampunk. I also occasionally write about digital pedagogy.
Lisa Quinn is the Director of Wilfrid Laurier University Press, in Waterloo, Ontario, where she previously built a decade of experience as an acquisitions editor. She has lectured in the graduate LIS program in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario on media theory, publishing, and the organization of information. She is currently past president of the Association of Canadian University Presses, a member of the board of directors of the Ontario Book Publisher’s Organization and Livres Canada Books.