Jen Boyle teaches and writes about Early Modern literature, theory and criticism, and media change. Trained as a scholar of Early Modern literature and science, she became interested in questions of media transformation and theories of mediation. Her courses explore "new" media objects and performance; bodies and technology; and the virtual and material flows of objects and information through networks, from the seventeenth century to the digital age.
20 February 2017
The Routledge Handbook of Digital Medieval Literature and Culture (eds. Jen Boyle and Helen Burgess, May 2017) is including a component to the volume that features shorter to medium...
29 August 2016
Jen Boyle, Observations Upon a Blazing World: Margaret Cavendish and Mediated Form (with digital designer, Alli Crandell), digital edition and installation from The Virtual Sovereign ...
19 August 2016
Edwards Overview New Digital Culture and Design major overview
30 January 2016
I will be participating in a roundtable at Geroge Washington University, GW Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute (MEMSI), on "Crip Ecologies," "Biopolitics: Law, Life, Land,...