grigarWinona State University’s Digital Humanities Speakers Series will host Dene Grigar, presenting “The Sappho Syndrome: Concerns in Preserving of Born-Digital Media,” at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14, in East Hall, Kryzsko Commons.

Grigar will introduce the idea of “Sappho Syndrome,” which is the disappearance of complete works of literature to the extent that all that remains are fragments and references to the works and authors, and its relation to preserving born-digital media. Looking specifically at Grigar’s efforts with Stuart Moulthrop, the talk will discuss the Pathfinders project to document early digital literature.

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