by Jacqueline Goss
Reading Subrin's Swallow is a hypertext
essay about an experimental videotape which was made by Elisabeth Subrin
in 1995. Swallow tells the story of a girl growing up in the wake
of radical feminism in the United States. This videotape also investigates
how anorexia and depression reveal themselves through an inability to use
|About the Author
Jacqueline Goss is an associate professor in the Media and Performing Arts Department at Massachusetts College of Art. She is currently working on a website about the idea of Helen Keller and assistive technologies for the blind and/or deaf.
Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments.
Vol. 3.1 Spring 1998