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Marshall, Kate
February 2nd, 2007 under Grad Students, Uncategorized

Graduate Student, English Dept., UC Los Angeles

Kate MarshallKate Marshall is a Ph.D. student in English at UCLA. Her dissertation, “Corridor: Communication, Fiction, and the Organization of the American Interior,” looks at the traffic conditions of communication in twentieth-century American fiction through their spatial and informational transit systems. While her recent work is focused on architecture and media in pre-Cold War fiction, she has published on nanotechnology and risk theory, and has co-developed several interactive research projects on elements of narrative. Before beginning her graduate work, Marshall edited and wrote for technology and new media publications in San Francisco and London.

 Links:      Built: An Installation on the Architectures of Narrative (with Matt Dubord) | Traversal: A Metaphor Project (with Joel Swanson)

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Could we say though that in some sense the real archive is the map or the algorithm itself, and not the images we see on the screen? Isn’t the algorithm the equivalent of, say, the signatures in a library that tell you where to find a certain book?