Jamie Skye Bianco
J. R. Carpenter
J. Jack Halberstam
N. Katherine Hayles
Coming early 2018: A special issue on Media Thinking, featuring annotated page-scans of media theory glossed with short essays, sounds, and photoquotes. This issue is attached to a pre-conference workshop at the 2017 Modernist Studies Association gathering.
We are open to pitches for articles or futures issues. If you're interested in working with us on a project, please get in touch with the editors at the emails listed above.
We would like to thank John Herr, of John Herr Designs, who constructed the basic architecture and backend of thresholds. John’s knowledge and creativity have made this project possible. We would also like to thank Anthony Otieno Olawo for his early work on thresholds.
The Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) generously provided funding and support for thresholds. We extend our gratitude to the CDHI and our colleagues at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill — especially Dean Terri Rhodes, Dan Anderson, Andy Lang, and Andre Watson. For providing time to work on this project, we would also like to thank the Department of English at the University of Louisville.
We are committed to producing our content so that it is accessible to the widest possible audience. However, the experimental nature of the journal’s design is such that it will not work perfectly on every browser and device.
For an optimum reading experience, please use the most up-to-date versions of your chosen browser. We have produced a mobile version but note that some tablets and other devices may not load the site properly.
We are actively working towards improving accessibility for all users and are making both access and usability a priority in the shaping of our subsequent issues.
In the spirit of sharing our work opening, we have licensed all thresholds content through Creative Commons, using the Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license.
You are free to share and remix the material in any medium or format for non-commercial distribution, as long as you 1) give appropriate credit to the original authors; 2) indicate what, if any, changes were made to the materials; and 3) distribute the material under the same license.
For more information on your rights as a user, please visit the link attached to this license.