Scholars often talk of “print culture” in the abstract, but building on your work of the past weeks, how might you describe a culture organized around the medium of print? You might expand your analysis in terms of “affordances” and “costs,” or you might consider how a print-based experience of text might shape an understanding of what texts (can) do, who they are form, and how they work in the world? What habits of mind might print inculcate in its users, and how are those habits of mind still with us, or perhaps shifting? How does a textual system founded in metal, wood, ink, paper, engineering, and human labor understand and organize the world?