Whitney Trettien works on the history of the book and other text technologies from print to digital, taking a particular interest in digital humanities, early modern women’s literature, and feminist media production. Her in-progress book Cut/Copy/Paste — a hybrid/print digital project for Manifold Scholarship (University of Minnesota Press) — combines visualizations and narrative history to track the use of fragments in 17th-century books and their digital facsimiles. She has co-edited the forthcoming volume Digital Sound Studies: A Provocation (Duke University Press) and is the co-editor of thresholds. She is an assistant professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania and previously taught at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
A Threshold Is an Opening
Frances McDonald and Whitney Trettien on their new digital journal, "thresholds."...