Digital Interpretation and Textual Analysis

I teach English lit, academic writing, and related things like comic books at a community college. I’m interested in tools for helping students or otherwise interpret images and texts. I’d love to know more about how we can use digital tools to perform textual analysis–breaking things into parts, formal congruencies, icon patterns. I currently use the UVic Image Markup Tool when I teach comic books to help students engage with image analysis and image as text, but also want something that can help students, and myself, work out the visuals of poetry and formal structures more generally in literature, like say in the poetry of E. E. Cummings.

Looking forward to the meet up!

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3 Responses to Digital Interpretation and Textual Analysis

  1. Thanks, David! Sounds like a great session topic.

  2. davidwright says:

    Just wanted to say that I totally agree with what “Pavillion N3370 Battery” says… it had me at “Screw.”

  3. Screw love poems, we need more breakup poems. Roses are red, violets are blue, trash is dumped, and so are you.

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