Tyler Shoemaker is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His research focuses on theories of media and media history, textuality, critical theory, sound studies, and the digital humanities. He is currently working on a media archaeology of machine reading, laying emphasis on where this history intersects, on the one hand, with developments in publishing, financial document standards, and large-scale digitization projects, and on the other, with experimental typography, visual poetry, and conceptual writing.
Center for Modernism, Materialism, and Aesthetics
Transcriptions: The Culture of Information
Literature and Technology