Author Miller, Ruth
Title Seven Stories of Threatening Speech : Women's Suffrage Meets Machine Code
Imprint Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2011
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Part One : A Framework for Inquiry -- Chapter One : Threatening Speech -- Chapter Two : Machine Code, Systems, and Environments -- Chapter Three : Agency -- Chapter Four : Women's Suffrage -- Conclusion to Part One: Ignoring Conventions -- Part Two : Reading Seven Stories of Suffragists' Speech -- Chapter Five : Antisecular Speech -- Chapter Six : Monsters (a Bridge) -- Chapter Seven : Repetitive Speech -- Chapter Eight : Witches (a Bridge) -- Chapter Nine : Insane Speech and Its Remedies -- Chapter Ten : Rampant Theory (a Bridge) -- Chapter Eleven : Dream Speech -- Conclusion to Part Two: Depopulating Environments -- Part Three : A Set of New Questions -- Chapter Twelve : Anachronistic Computation -- Chapter Thirteen : Toward the Beginnings of aTheory of Electoral Politics -- Conclusion to Part Three: Telegraph Girls -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Treating language as a type of machine code opens new avenues for the study of history and politics
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Link Print version: Miller, Ruth Seven Stories of Threatening Speech : Women's Suffrage Meets Machine Code Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press,c2011 9780472117963
Subject Suffragists - United States - Language
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