Associate Professor of English
Ph.D., McGill University
12 Sanborn House
Hanover, NH 03755
Aden Evens researches across a variety of disciplines, including new media studies, philosophy, mathematics, music, and literature. His teaching focuses on new media and digital technologies, but also includes forays into composition, post-structuralist theory, music, and literature, especially post-modern literature. His chief aim as a teacher is to encourage students to think critically, a skill that, with practice, transfers readily to every domain of human activity.
“Web 2.0 and the Ontology of the Digital,” Digital Humanities Quarterly (forthcoming). 15 pages.
“The Logic of Digital Gaming,” in Mechademia 6. Frenchy Lunning (ed.), University of Minnesota Press (forthcoming, Winter 2011). 12 pages.
“Icon Icon,” inflexions (Fall 2010, Issue 4: Transversal Fields of Experience), http://www.inflexions.org. 12 pages.
“Digital Ontology and Example,” in Deleuze, Science, and the Force of the Virtual, University of Minnesota Press (Spring 2010). 169–202.
Sound Ideas: Music, Machines, and Experience, University of Minnesota Press (June 2005).
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