​Dennis Tenen's research happens at the intersection of people, texts, and technology.

His recent work appears on the pages of Computational Culture, boundary 2, Modernism/modernity, Public Books, and LA Review of Books on topics that range from book piracy to algorithmic composition, unintelligent design, and history of data visualization.

He teaches a variety of classes in fields of literary theory, new media studies, and critical computing in the humanities.

Tenen is a co-founder of Columbia's Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities and author of the forthcoming Plain Text: The Poetics of Computation (Stanford UP, 2017).


For an updated list of publications see my personal website.