Jeremy Douglass is a postdoctoral researcher in Software Studies at the University of California San Diego, in affiliation with Calit2, the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts, and Visual Arts. He researches critical approaches to software and code using the analytic frameworks of the humanities and social sciences. Jeremy’s writings appear in Second Person (MIT Press 2007) the Iowa Review Web (2006) and conferences such as DAC (2005), and his Ph.D. dissertation “Command Lines: Aesthetics and Technique in Interactive Fiction and New Media” (UCSB 2007) is freely available online. Jeremy writes for the new media art blog Writer Response Theory. Jeremy is also a database and web developer for numerous projects, including the academic search engine Voice of the Shuttle. Contact:

Selected online writings:

Douglass, Jeremy. “Command Lines: Aesthetics and Technique in Interactive Fiction and New Media.” Dissertation. U. California Santa Barbara, 2007.

Collected articles, “Writer Response Theory: explorations in digital character art” co-founded with Christy Dena and Mark Marino (2004-)

Self Organizing Maps: a tourist’s guide to neural network (re)presentation(s)” (2001)

Constrained Authorings: Anagrams, Matrices, Turing Tests, Fractals, Contraductions, Memex” co-authored with Elizabeth Freudenthal. (2000)

Jeremy Douglass

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