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Welcome to our exhibit of digital essays for "The Guilty Mind" @ Georgia Tech, Spring 2020.
The exhibit brings together early entries in our OMEKA collections as students perform critical explications of course readings—of Locke, Defoe, and Hogg—and related objects and images from the eighteenth century. The aim of these explications is to unpack the visual and written rhetoric of key terms like personhood, subjectivity, and self; guilt, conscience, punishment; justice, equality, race, class, gender, labor, and violence.
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An exhibit of "explainer videos" designed and performed by students @ Georgia Tech, Spring 2020.
An exhibition of original "Makers" objects representing the guilty mind—designed, engineered and curated by students @ Georgia Tech, Spring 2020.
An exhibition of annotated passages from GA Tech students in ENGL 1102, "Novel Minds," spring 2020.