Duke the Program In Literature

  • Katherine Hayles

  • Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
  • Literature
  • 112 Friedl Building
  • Campus Box 90670
  • Phone: (919) 684-9319
  • Specialties

    • Critical Theory
    • American Literature
  • Research Summary

    Digital Humanities; Electronic LIterature; Literature, Science and Technology; Science Fiction; Critial Theory
  • Research Description

    Digital Humanities Electronic Literature Literature, Science and Technology Science Fiction Critical Theroy
  • Awards, Honors and Distinctions

      • Fellowship,
      • Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Durham,
      • January, 2015
      • Lifetime Achievement Award,
      • Society for Literature, Science and the Arts,
      • October, 2013
      • Pilgrim Lifetime Achievement Award,
      • Science Fiction Research Associates,
      • October, 2012
      • GreaterThanGames Humanities Lab Grant,
      • Franklin Humanities Institute,
      • August, 2011
      • NEH Fellowship, “Broadening the Digital Humanities,” , July-August 2009.,
      • University of Southern California,
      • July, 2009
  • Recent Publications

      • Katherine Hayles.
      • "Speculative Aesthetics and Object Oriented Inquiry (OOI)."
      • Speculations: A Journal of Speculative Realism
      • (2014)
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      • [web]
      • Katherine Hayles.
      • "The Cognitive Nonconscious and the Larger Landscape."
      • Beyond the Humanities and the Digital.
      • Ed. Patrik Svensson and David Theo Goldberg.
      • Cambridge MA:
      • MIT Press,
      • 2014.
      • Katherine Hayles.
      • The Black Hole of Quantum Theory (Review of Samuel Chase Coale's Quirks of the Quantum.
      • Novel
      • (2014)
      • .
      • with
      • Katherine Hayles, Patrick Jagoda, Patrick LeMieux.
      • "Speculation: Financial Games and Derivative Worlding in a Transmedia Era."
      • Critical Inquiry
      • (Accepted, 2014)
      • .
      • Katherine Hayles.
      • "Stanislaw Lem's Summa Technologiae: Mirror Text to The Cyberiad."
      • Science-Fiction Studies
      • 40
      • .3
      • (November, 2013)
      • :
      • 417-427.
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  • Postdoctoral Students

    • Tatiana Rapatzikou Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
      • 2012 - present
    • Pierre-Louis Patoine
      • September 01, 2011 - spring 2012
      • Thesis: "The Empathic Body"
  • Teaching

    • LIT 390S.01
      • SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE
      • Friedl Bdg 102
      • TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
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