NOC:Text, Texuality and Digital Media


Lecture 1 - Introduction to the course


Lecture 2 - Marshall McLuhan : The Medium is the Message


Lecture 3 - Marshall McLuhan : The Gutenberg Galaxy - Part 1


Lecture 4 - Marshall McLuhan : The Gutenberg Galaxy - Part 2


Lecture 5 - Walter Ong: Orality and Literacy - Part 1


Lecture 6 - Walter Ong: Orality and Literacy - Part 2


Lecture 7 - Walter Ong: Orality and Literacy - Part 3


Lecture 8 - Dastangoi : History - Part 1


Lecture 9 - Dastangoi : Chouboli - Part 2


Lecture 10 - Manuscript Culture: Europe


Lecture 11 - Manuscript Culture: India


Lecture 12 - Feudalism to Capitalism


Lecture 13 - Febre and Martin: ‘The Discovery of Printing’ and ‘The Chinese Precedent’


Lecture 14 - Guteberg and Revolution 15th Century


Lecture 15 - Consequences of Print 16-17 Century


Lecture 16 - John Dryden: [macFlecknoe]


Lecture 17 - Robert Darnton: ‘What is the History of Books?’


Lecture 18 - Benedict Anderson: ‘The Origins of National Consciousness’


Lecture 19 - Colonialism


Lecture 20 - Print in Bengal


Lecture 21 - Surveillance and Censorship


Lecture 22 - Rise of the Telugu Novel


Lecture 23 - Publishing in Hindi and Urdu


Lecture 24 - Walter Benjamin: 'The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction'


Lecture 25 - Raymond Williams: 'Television'


Lecture 26 - Jay David Bolter: Seeing and Writing


Lecture 27 - Robert Coover: The End of Books - Part 1


Lecture 28 - Robert Coover: The End of Books - Part 2


Lecture 29 - N. katherine Hayles: Electronic Literature


Lecture 30 - Richard Stallman: The GNU Manifesto


Lecture 31 - Lawrence Lessig: Free Cultures


Lecture 32 - Copyright - Part 1


Lecture 33 - Copyright - Part 2


Lecture 34 - Nicholas Carr: Juggler’s Brain


Lecture 35 - Scott Galloway: Google


Lecture 36 - Zeynep Tufecki: Twitter and Facebook - Part 1


Lecture 37 - Zeynep Tufecki: Twitter and Facebook - Part 2


Lecture 38 - Conclusion