Ragnild Lome

is a co-editor of Vagant. She is also working on a PhD about imagined agencies in European post-war literature, at the Department of Culture and Communication (IKK) at Linköping University.


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Archimedean points

When things speak by themselves, who listens?

In the age of Google Earth and the Human Genome Project, tensions between information processed by machines and the human capacity to tell stories have intensified. Ragnild Lome traces the evolution of these tensions in literary and visual culture from the mid-twentieth century onward.

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