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Posts by: Paige Sweet

Paige Sweet is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota. Her research examines literary experiments with punctuation and themes of forgetting in late nineteenth and twentieth century French, Brazilian, and American film, literature, and poetry. She really digs theories and histories of typography, punctuation, and language; theories of memory and forgetting; critical theory and cultural studies; gender, feminist, and queer theory; aesthetics and politics.

Where’s the Booty?: The Stakes of Textual and Economic Piracy as Seen Through the Work of Kathy Acker

by Paige Sweet • 20 Dec 09
Posted in: Pirates and Piracy [5] | Article