Rippeon Presents at The Louisville Conference

Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature Andrew Rippeon recently presented a paper at the 46th annual Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900, hosted by the University of Louisville.

In his paper, "'lighght' and 'covfefe': reading media and misspellings from mimeo to twitterverse," Rippeon discussed the poetics and politics of typographical error in contemporary digital platforms, and how those errors might be rendered newly or differently legible by borrowing reading practices from mid-twentieth century concrete poetics.

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