Seven stories of threatening speech : women's suffrage meets machine code /
Ruth A. Miller demonstrates the potential of taking nonhuman linguistic activity-such as the running of machine code-as an analytical model. Via a lively discussion of 19th-century pro- and antisuffragists, Miller tells a new computational story in which language becomes a thing that executes physic...
|Published:||Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2011.|
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