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#inhabitation

Jamie “Skye” Bianco

 
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#inhabitation tracked the economic crisis through the foreclosure auction process, focusing on several abandoned houses once owned by women, who left their houses and belongings behind. #inhabitation is creative-critical, digital storytelling and tactical media, affectively composing these histories through remains, urban ruins, through the material rhetoric of these abandoned houses.

 

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Author:Jamie “Skye” Bianco is Assistant Professor of English and Director of DM@P, Digital Media at Pitt, at the University of Pittsburgh. She teaches and practices creative-critical and affective multimodal composition; collaborative DIY and maker-based pedagogies. Her work appears in FibreCulture, Women’s Studies Quarterly, and edited collections, including Debates in the Digital Humanities (Minnesota, 2012).

 

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