David Golumbia is Assistant Professor of Media Studies, English, and Linguistics at the University of Virginia, and holds a PhD in English (University of Pennsylvania, 1999). His teaching and research focus on issues of representation in digital media and on questions of the relationship between culture and language diversity. He has published widely on digital media and cultural studies; his first book, The Cultural Logic of Computation, was published by Harvard University Press in Spring 2009.

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