Hypermedia Berlin
Cultural History in the Age of New Media, or "Is There a Text in this Class?"
By Todd Presner

Project Credits

Hypermedia Berlin has been generously supported by UCLA's Center for Digital Humanities, UCLA's Academic Senate Faculty Grants Program, UCLA's Office of Instructional Development, and the Stanford Humanities Laboratory.

In addition to the project designers, I would also like to thank Rae Agahari, Ulli Bach, Annelie Chapman, Amir Eshel, Barbara Hui, John Maciuika, Jeffrey Schnapp, Joseph Vaughan, Claire Whitner, and Mika Yoshitake.
— Todd Presner, May 19th, 2008

Todd Presner   presner@ucla.edu
Todd Presner is Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages and Jewish Studies at the University of California Los Angeles. He is finishing two book projects: Dialectics at a Standstill: A Cultural Geography of German/Jewish Modernity and Muscle Jews and the Politics of Regeneration, 1890-1930.

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