Dee Morris

Dee Morris is a professor of English at the University of Iowa, teaching courses in the expanded field of modern and contemporary poetics, including sound art, documentary, and the digital. She is most recently the author of How to Live/What to Do: H.D.’s Cultural Poetics (University of Illinois, 2003); an edited collection of essays, Sound States: Innovative Poetics and Acoustical Technologies; and a coedited collection, New Media Poetics: Contexts, Technotexts, and Theories (MIT, 2006). Her most recent essays are “Minding Machines/Machining Minds: Writing (at) the Human-Machine Interface,” in The Oxford Handbook of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, and “Ticking Differently: H.D.’s Time in Philadelphia,” in MLA Approaches to Teaching H.D.’s Poetry and Prose. With Alan Golding and Lynn Keller, she edits the University of Iowa Press Series on contemporary North American poetry.