He discusses Roland Barthes' writings and knowledge, the ideas of Jacques Derrida, the theoretical process, his textshop approach using psychoanalysis in literary criticism, the example of Marcel Duchamp's Valise as a explanation of heuretics
as a mode of research and teaching, the politics of pedagogy, video theory, criticism, the internet, and the procedure of choramancy, as well as a lecture on emergent ontologies and an interview on oDerrida at the Little Bighorn.o ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
1994, Heuretics: the Logic of Invention, John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
In the heuretic classroom, students become producers as well as consumers of theory.
A professor of English, Gregory Ulmer has a name for the new literacy called "electracy" and in his book Heuretics: The Logic of Invention he describes how knowledge is transmitted through the medium of electricity.
52d-53a of Timaeus in Heuretics, quoted by Greg Ulmer.
Gregory Ulmer was one of the first in his generation of theorists to focus on the technological moment in Derrida's rereadings, at the same time noting the compatibility between his own rereading and what Freud called "the underworld of psychoanalysis." Professor of English and media studies at the University of Florida, Gainesville, and the author of Applied Grammatology, 1985, and most recently Heuretics
: The Logic of Invention, 1994, Ulmer kept his reception tuned to Derrida's intervention at a time when decon entered university contexts and contests.