Centers

Links to the most well-connected pages in The Arcades Project Project.

Traditionally, the secret to escaping a labyrinth is in finding its center, and of course, leaving traces--in the case of Theseus, it was a thread--behind so that you do not double-back unknowingly on your own path.

Copernicus' great contribution to human knowledge, which Benjamin makes reference to in his convolute of The Arcades Project entitled Dream City, Dream World, (FIND QUOTE):

Think anchors--think spiders

The Arcades Project Project is part of Heather Marcelle Crickenberger's doctoral dissertation entitled "The Structure of Awakening": Walter Benjamin and Progressive Scholarship in New Media which was defended and passed on June 27, 2007 at the University of South Carolina. The committe members are as follows: John Muckelbauer, Ph.D, Judith James, Ph.D., Dan Smith, Ph.D, Brad Collins, Ph. D., and Anthony Jarrells, Ph.D. Copyright 2007 by Heather Marcelle Crickenberger. All rights reserved. lems concerning what you find here, feel free to contact me at marcelle@thelemming.com. You are also invited to leave a message for me and other visitors HERE. The Arcades Project Project or The Rhetoric of Hypertext