[sic.] Barnard's Literary Journal on Communication
The name [sic.] typically indicates a quote written as it originally was communicated. Yet, it also implies a negative connotation; it suggests that the source material did not adhere to traditional communication systems. In this journal, we select works that begin to unravel and investigate assumptions about communication while, at the same time, provide alternatives to the traditional forms that communication can take. Why are certain forms of communication considered erroneous? What does it mean to transcribe speech? To re-communicate communication? [sic.] attempts to reclaim and subvert the traditional forms of communication to provide space for all voices on campus, and beyond.