Contemporary to the Future: the Classics and Digital Humanism


  • Massimo Lollini University of Oregon



Welcome to the third issue of Humanist Studies & the Digital Age. It continues the discourse started with publication of the papers presented at the symposium “The Mobile Text: Studying Literature in the Digital Age” held in Rome in 2012. The current issue includes a few essays from another symposium on “Textualities in the Digital Age” held at the University of Oregon in April 2012; Art Farley summarizes the issues and papers presented in this latter symposium in the introduction that follows this editorial.

Author Biography

Massimo Lollini, University of Oregon

Professor of Romance Languages and Participating faculty in the Comparative Literature Program.