Julie Beth Napolin, associate professor of Digital Humanities publishes her first book, The Fact of Resonance: Modernist Acoustics and Narrative Form.
The book captures and enhances literature’s ambient sounds, sounds that are clues to heterogeneous experiences secreted within the acoustical unconscious of texts. The book argues resonance as figures across colonial and technological modernity. The figures transmit voice and sound across languages.
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