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Originally displayed in Germany, the image was declared "degenerate art" by Adolf Hitler in 1933 and sold by the Nazi party to an art dealer in 1939, whence it made its way to New York. One of the better known of more than 9,000 works produced by Klee, it is among the more famous images of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It has inspired several musical compositions and, according to a 1987 magazine profile in New York Magazine, has been a popular piece to hang in children's bedrooms. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twittering_Machine | Our friends at Wikipedia]]
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Originally displayed in Germany, the image was declared "degenerate art" by Adolf Hitler in 1933 and sold by the Nazi party to an art dealer in 1939, whence it made its way to New York. One of the better known of more than 9,000 works produced by Klee, it is among the more famous images of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It has inspired several musical compositions and, according to a 1987 magazine profile in New York Magazine, has been a popular piece to hang in children's bedrooms. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twittering_Machine | Your friend the Wikipedia]]


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//Twittering Machine//, Paul Klee. 1922. Watercolor and ink. Like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bride_Stripped_Bare_by_Her_Bachelors,_Even | Duchamp]], and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.
Now twittering machines are digital: it's Twitter. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twittering_Machine | Wikipedia]]
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//Twittering Machine//, Paul Klee. 1922. Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.
Now twitter machines are digital: it's Twitter.
[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twittering_Machine | Wikipedia]]


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Originally displayed in Germany, the image was declared "degenerate art" by Adolf Hitler in 1933 and sold by the Nazi party to an art dealer in 1939, whence it made its way to New York. One of the better known of more than 9,000 works produced by Klee, it is among the more famous images of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It has inspired several musical compositions and, according to a 1987 magazine profile in New York Magazine, has been a popular piece to hang in children's bedrooms. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twittering_Machine | Your friend the Wikipedia]]
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Originally displayed in Germany, the image was declared "degenerate art" by Adolf Hitler in 1933 and sold by the Nazi party to an art dealer in 1939, whence it made its way to New York. One of the better known of more than 9,000 works produced by Klee, it is among the more famous images of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It has inspired several musical compositions and, according to a 1987 magazine profile in New York Magazine, has been a popular piece to hang in children's bedrooms.


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//Twittering Machine//, Paul Klee. 1922. Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.
Originally displayed in Germany, the image was declared "degenerate art" by Adolf Hitler in 1933 and sold by the Nazi party to an art dealer in 1939, whence it made its way to New York. One of the better known of more than 9,000 works produced by Klee, it is among the more famous images of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It has inspired several musical compositions and, according to a 1987 magazine profile in New York Magazine, has been a popular piece to hang in children's bedrooms.
Now twitter machines are digital: it's Twitter.
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//Twittering Machine//, Paul Klee. 1922. Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was. Now it's digital: it's Twitter.


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//Twittering Machine//, Paul Klee. 1922. Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was. Now it's digital: it's Twitter.
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//Twittering Machine//. 1922 Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.


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//Twittering Machine//. 1922 Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, and not like Picasso, Klee depicts biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.
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//Twittering Machine//. 1922 Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, Klee works with biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.


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//Twittering Machine//. 1922 Watercolor and ink. Like Duchamp, Klee works with biology meeting machinery. Is it a meme? It was.


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- Memes as art: Dada, Detournment, 'Pataphysics
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- Memes as art: Dada, Detournment, Pataphysics


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Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. [[http://jilltxt.net/books/Seeing-Ourselves-Through-Technology-full-book.pdf | here]].
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Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital.


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- Memes as identity formation - private and public
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- Memes as identity formation both private and public


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==== Topics ====
as of 16 Oct 2016
- Methods of the digital humanities: collect, annotate, remix, distribute
- Memes: What are they? What do they do? What do they signify?
- Memes as art: Dada, Detournment, Pataphysics
- Memes as popular exchange - trading cards.
- Memes as identity formation both private and public
- Creating a catalogue, annotating, arranging, presenting.
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M 4:00pm - 6:40pm HS 248B


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=== Spring 2017===
==== Dreams ====
====Memes ====
==== Twittering Machines ====
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=== Dreams ===
===Memes ===
=== Twittering Machines ===


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ENGL 2930 Intro Digital Humanities
M 4:00pm - 6:40pm HS 248B


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**Memes predate** the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies.
**This course is a Digital Humanities project** that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.
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**Memes predate** the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.


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There are matters of identity, aesthetics, and value at stake.
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There are matters of identity and value at stake here.


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**Memes predate** the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.
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Memes predate the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.


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[[http://academyartunews.com/newspaper/2015/04/selfie_vs_self-port.html | Selfie vs. Self-Portrait]]
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[[http://academyartunews.com/newspaper/2015/04/selfie_vs_self-port.html | Selfie vs. Self-Portrait]]<<


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Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital.
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Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. >>


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=== Dreams ===
===Memes ===
Everywhere
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<<=== Dreams ===
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>>===Memes ===
== Texts==
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. >>
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>>=== Texts===
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. ===Memes ===


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>>=== Texts===
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. ===Memes ===
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=== Texts===
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. >>===Memes ===


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<<=== Dreams ===
Memes predate the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.
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Memes predate the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.<<=== Dreams ===


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Memes predate the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.<<=== Dreams ===
[[http://academyartunews.com/newspaper/2015/04/selfie_vs_self-port.html | Selfie vs. Self-Portrait]]<<
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital. >>===Memes ===
Everywhere>>
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=== Dreams ===
[[http://academyartunews.com/newspaper/2015/04/selfie_vs_self-port.html | Selfie vs. Self-Portrait]]
===Memes ===
Everywhere
Memes predate the internet but have become pervasive with digital technologies. This course is a Digital Humanities project that investigates memes in digital culture: what they are, how they spread and change, what they mean to us. The course project will be to collect and curate memes.
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital.


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=== Dreams ===
[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twittering_Machine | Wikipedia]]
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=== Texts===
Shifman, Limor. //Memes in Digital Culture.// MIT Press, 2013. ISBN-13: 978-0262525435, ISBN-10: 0262525437. $12.29 print. 10.00. Kindle.
Walker Rettberg, Jill. //Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves//. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital.
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Shifman, Limor. Memes in Digital Culture. MIT Press, 2013. ISBN-13: 978-0262525435, ISBN-10: 0262525437. $12.29 print. 10.00. Kindle.
Walker Rettberg, Jill. Seeing Ourselves through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves. Walker Rettberg Jill. ISBN: 9781137476661. Open source text. Free in digital.


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