About

Who am I?

My name is Britta Meredith, I am a PhD candidate at the University of Connecticut, my dissertation research is on Vilèm Flusser’s Rhizomatic Writing of the Self. I am part of a DH reading group (2015-present), subscriber to various DH Blogs and List-servers and additionally Co-Editor of Flusser 2.0.

My DH Portfolio is an attempt at showcasing some of my work in, with and on Digital Humanities, as an example: the blog posts display some of my DH work.

 

Conferences:

In the last year I presented my DH work at conferences in Boston, New York City, Hartford, Philadelphia and Storrs:

 

Meredith, Britta. Between Continents, Countries and Cultures – Translating Vilém Flusser. NETA Boston Translation Conference. UMass Boston, MA. 2016.

Meredith, Britta. Between Translation, Reinterpretation, and Rewriting: Vilém Flusser’s Multilingual Work. Translation Theory Today – An Interdisciplinary Conference on Critical Theory. Graduate Center, CUNY, New York City, NY. 2016.

Meredith, Britta. Senses and Identity Formation in Hans Fallada’s Kleiner Mann – was nun? (1932). 47th Annual Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) Convention. NeMLA, Hartford Connecticut. 2016.

Meredith, Britta. Intermediality Across Eras in German Literature, Culture, and Art – Flusser’s Untimeliness. The Untimeliness of Media Conference. University of Pennsylvania, Philadephia, Pennsylvania. 2016.

Meredith, Britta. Hyperlinking Flusser.German Colloquium. University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut. 2016.

 

Publications:

I am currently working on the following online publications on and in DH (expected summer 2017):

 

Meredith, Britta. “Digital Humanities: Of Failure, Faults and Flaws”. Brain Bytes: DHMS Blog. Web. In: http://dhmediastudies.uconn.edu/brain-bytes-dhms-weekly-blog/. Expected April 2017.

Finger, Anke and Meredith, Britta. Flusser 2.0 Remediating Ideas, Reimagining Texts. Editors: Anke Finger, Britta Meredith. Web. In: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/flusser-20. Expected Summer 2017.

Finger, Anke and Meredith, Britta. “Flusser 2.0 an Introduction to The Online Project”. Web. In: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/flusser-20. Expected Summer 2017.

Meredith, Britta. “Hyperlinking Flusser”. Flusser 2.0 Remediating Ideas, Reimagining Texts. Web. In: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/flusser-20. Expected Summer 2017.”

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