Ryan Cordell, NULab core faculty and assistant professor of English at Northeastern, recently gave a talk entitled “Melville in the First Age of Viral Media” as part of MELCamp5, a conference for research from the Melville Electronic Library, a digital archive of Herman Melville’s work. His talk also touched on the antecedents of Buzzfeed and the similarities between newspapers of the 18th Century and today’s Internet. Read more about Cordell’s work and listen to the full talk here.