Michael Hemenway

Affording Proximity 2.1

For a history of changes incorporated here, see Chapter 2 History on GitHub. Now that we have established interface and user as useful w...

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a proximate thesis

Building on the experiments that have guided this space of a proximate bible thus far and listening to the counsel of my committee, the r...

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mapping interfaces

At a recent Society of Biblical Literature conference session in Atlanta, my friend Tim talked about our present age in terms of a prolif...

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chapter 1: interface

face to face Why would I suggest that bible or book could be thought of as an interface? Often, we associate interface with digital techn...

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interfacing religion

In light of the prevalent anxiety and curiosity about both human relationship and reading practices online, I have two simple claims, tha...

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space as thesis

It is no secret that humanities research is undergoing a major media reimagining as the scholarly dominance of print wanes. In the last f...

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