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James J. Hodge

James J. Hodge is Assistant Professor in the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities and the department of English at Northwestern University. He specializes in comparative media aesthetics, especially digital media, as well as media theory and film theory. He has published essays on a number of topics, including Spike Jonze's Her, the phenomenological tradition, and new media art. His book project, Animate Opacity: Digital Media and the Aesthetics of History argues for the significance of animation for the expression of historical temporality in the wake of digital technics. 

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