Gregory Ulmer

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  • ISEA1994:

    Gregory Ulmer is a professor of English and Media Studies at the University of Florida. He is the author of APPLIED GRAMMATOLOGY (1985); TELETHEORY (1989) and HEURETICS: THE LOGIC OF INVENTION (1994). Ulmer has co-authored a textbook (TEXT BOOK), served as academic adviser and on-camera critic for a tele-course on literature (LITERARY VISIONS), made video tapes with Paper Tiger Television and the Critical Art Ensemble (distributed by Drift). He is Coordinator of the Florida Research Ensemble (a group developing a new approach to the practice of consulting) and an officer in the Florida Media Arts Center, involved with the project for Creating an Electronic Community. His work in progress
    is the design of a series of electronic monuments; also the production of a handbook for people who would Iike to take up theory as a hobby. Ulmer’s courses at the University of Florida are designed as experimental tests of the theory of electronic rhetoric proposed in HEURETICS.


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