The Digital Humanities & Literary Cognition Lab is a space for research and teaching involving a wide range of digital and cognitive projects. The lab's mission is to cultivate projects that deal with literature and the history of cognition, use an array of digital technologies for the presentation of knowledge and literature, and share a general commitment to an interrogation of the ways that knowledge is produced in the digital age.
"Neuroscience of Reading: fMRI Shows Heightened Brain Activation in Close Reading of Jane Austen" presentation by Craig Pearson and Truman Silvasi wins UURAF Award in Humanities and Performing Arts, Oral Presentation Section 4/17/13
"New Frontiers in Neurohumanities: An fMRI Study of Literary Attention and Jane Austen"
Public Lecture by Natalie Phillips
Humanities, Medicine & Wellness Conference
University of Arizona
6 pm, February 26, 2014
UA Poetry Center: Dorothy Rubel Room
Digital Humanities Literary Cognition Lab
619 Red Cedar Rd, Room C740
East Lansing, MI, 48823