April 25: Seb Franklin, “Forms of Disposal: Value and the Digital”
Wednesday, April 25 4:10pm
Center for Digital Humanities, 344 Buttrick Hall
Seb Franklin, “Forms of Disposal: Value and the Digital”
Seb Franklin is a Lecturer in the Department of English at King’s College London, where he co-convenes the MA in Contemporary Literature, Culture, and Theory. He is the author of Control: Digitality as Cultural Logic (2015). His research interests include critical theory; contemporary literature; digital media; film theory; histories of science and technology, especially computation and cybernetics, and his recent essays have appeared in Camera Obscura, Grey Room, Novel, and World Picture.