B.A. (Western Ontario); M.A., Ph.D. (Toronto)
Adam Hammond’s research is in British Modernism, Literature and Technology, and Digital Humanities. His work investigates the dynamic between literature, technology, and politics. It explores the manner in which dialogic or multi-voiced literature “models” democratic modes of thought, particularly in the work of Virginia Woolf. It analyzes the relationship between independent production (small-press publication, DIY recording, indie videogames) and the development of experimental artistic styles. In his digital work, he collaborates with computer scientists to develop new literary applications of natural language processing.
(Wiley-Blackwell, 2014). Co-authored with Melba Cuddy-Keane and Alexandra Peat.
Selected Chapters and Articles
“The Double Bind of Validation: Distant Reading and the Digital Humanities' ‘Trough of Disillusionment.’” Literature Compass (Forthcoming, 2017).
Cambridge Critical Concepts: Literature and Technology (Cambridge University Press, 2018). Editor.
A book on videogame developer Superbrothers (Coach House Books, ~2018).