William Warner is a Professor of English and Director of The Digital
Culltures Project. His two primary areas of research are Eighteenth Century
Print Culture (from the Novel to the American Revolution) and 20th Century
Media (from film to new digital media). His books include, Reading
Clarissa, Chance and the Text of Experience: Freud, Nietzsche, and Shakespeare's
Hamlet, Licensing Entertainment. Most recently, he has been
This speaker appears on the Exploring Publishing Models for Electronic Literature panel.