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When not all papers are paper: A case study in digital archivy CS Peters – Provenance, Journal of the Society of …, 2014 – digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu … When Not All Papers Are Paper: A Case Study in Digital Archivy Catherine Stollar Peters provEnanCE, vol. XXIV, 2006 INTRODUCTION Hypertext poet Deena Larsen is worried about the po- tential loss of her digital poetry, but she has a plan to save it. … Cited by 10 Related articles All 3 versions

Different Purposes for Using of Digital Tools to Teach Literacy in the College Classroom R Beach – 21st Century Literacy Learning Environments …, 2014 – osrhe.edu … tLHsU9GeDLI) Digital Poetry Electronic Literature Organization’s collection of poems (http://eliterature.org) Page 3. 3 “14 Reasons Why,” a tribute to the novelist, June Jordan, Korina Jocson http://cie.asu.edu/volume8/number5/index.html … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

Electronic Poetry and the Importance of Digital Repository M Brito – CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 2014 – docs.lib.purdue.edu … attention” (Cayley 318). Friedrich Block traces the climate for the emergence of digital poetry back to the 1950s when writers experimented with the “experience of a total abuse of language, media, and art” (231). New and diverse … Cited by 1 Related articles

Narrative in Concrete/Concrete in Narrative: Visual Poetry and Narrative Theory BJ McAllister – Narrative, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu … exploits the affordances of digital technology. I suggest that we include a site like Little Sparta in this family tree and consider its relationship not just to digital poetry but to digital narrative as well. 8 The garden’s multiple interactive … Cited by 2 Related articles

On Phoenixes and Dying Swans Neo-Epistolarity, or Letter Writing in a Digital Age E de Vries – inter-disciplinary.net … 11 also the last moment of reader agency that this work allows for. Since interactivity is generally considered a distinctive feature of digital poetry, its full absence in the work of Oosterhoff is striking and interesting. Although this … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Electronic Literature and Online Literary Databases. The PO. EX and ELMCIP Cases Á Seiça – 2014 – bora.uib.no … Lisbon: Edições Cosmos, 1996. Bargaoui, Abderrahim, Philippe Bootz and Samuel Szoniecky. “Entity/Identity: A Tool Designed to Index Documents About Digital Poetry”. Paper presented at E-Poetry 2009, Barcelona. “Entité/ Identité. … Cited by 1

[BOOK] The Johns Hopkins guide to digital media ML Ryan, L Emerson, BJ Robertson – 2014 – books.google.com … Raine Koskimaa Data Matthew Fuller Database Christiane Paul Dialogue Systems Jichen Zhu Digital and Net Art Roberto Simanowski Digital Fiction 138 Maria Engberg Digital Humanities Matthew K. Gold Digital Installation Art Kate Mondloch Digital Poetry Leonardo Flores 89 … Cited by 7 Related articles All 2 versions

Keeping current: Including technology in a writing methods course SD Martin, S Dismuke, D Garbett… – Changing practices for …, 2014 – researchgate.net … As we debriefed with these candidates as to why they had chosen digital products, each referred to a guest speaker, a poet who had shared his digital poetry products—a blending of poetry, historical photos, music, and social studies content, with the class. … Cited by 1 Related articles

[BOOK] The Future of writing J Potts – 2014 – books.google.com … His work explores emerging frontiers for the literary in networked environments and novel ways of depicting transgressive and marginalised ideas. Past projects include digital poetry, new media art, and viral videos as well as writing for television and live performance. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

[BOOK] Digital modernism: Making it new in new media J Pressman – 2014 – books.google.com Page 1. y’ iii-’91 G I :T’A L o (‘0 , f . w Page 2. Digital Modernism Page 3. Modernist Literature & Culture Kevin JH Dettmar & Mark Wollaeger, Series Editors Consuming Traditions Elizabeth Outka Machine Age Comedy Michael … Cited by 18 Related articles All 2 versions

Representations In Digital Poetry, Beginning In Portugal1 C Funkhouser – Org. Jorge Luiz Antonio e Débora Silva, 2014 – po-ex.net Something I always value in digital poetry and electronic (or multimedia) writing is how its materiality, or even what some might instead call a complex immateriality, is never a fixed or static entity. Rather, it constantly accumulates and forms, emerging with numerous … All 4 versions

Proposal for Open Content MAEE Courses WH Ng – 2014 – leonardoflores.net … Page 2. Flores 2 ? “Digital Poetry” The Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media. … 2. 2013. o I ? E-Poetry project is a knowledge base of short-form scholarship on born- digital poetry and poetics is designed as a reference for electronic literature from a poetic perspective. … Related articles

E-CyberDigital Poetry: To Grasp or to Build a Genre Identity through a Term’s Choice? Á Seiça – elmcip.net … Álvaro Seiça PhD Fellow, UiB Abstract In recent years, the field of digital poetry had at least three major critical monographs … critical perspectives, but have also discussed the genre’s problematic definition and its denominations’ variety: e-poetry, cyberpoetry and digital poetry. … Related articles All 2 versions

HERDSA New Zealand C Golding – 2014 – search.informit.com.au … 33 TERNZ MEdal REcipiENT, 2013 – REsEaRch wiTh MajoR iMpacT Helen’s research and writing over many years analyses and fosters creative innovations in the intersecting domains of literary studies, digital poetry, higher education pedagogy and academic writing. … All 2 versions

HERDSA NZ to host a (metaphorical) street party for the tertiary education neighbourhood C Golding – 2014 – search.informit.com.au … 33 TERNZ MEdal REcipiENT, 2013 – REsEaRch wiTh MajoR iMpacT Helen’s research and writing over many years analyses and fosters creative innovations in the intersecting domains of literary studies, digital poetry, higher education pedagogy and academic writing. …

5555555 55555 555: A (constrained) narrative on the z-axis E Ayiter – IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2014 – proceedings.spiedigitallibrary.org … Page 4. interpretations: Text that is meant to be ‘felt’ as ‘play’/artwork, rather than to be ‘read’ as informational content. This has led to an examination of concrete poetry, especially as it relates to digital poetry. 2. SHAPE POETRY … Related articles All 5 versions

‘Is that my score?’: Between literature and digital games M Aquilina – researchgate.net … Hayles argues that with digital poetry, the status of literature changes from ‘object to event’.13 Her claim is that digital texts, due to the fact that any digital programme exists in the form of coding that has to be activated repeatedly and always differently on different platforms, are a … Related articles

Digital Landscapes: Rethinking Poetry Interpretation in Multimodal Texts HA Alghadeer – Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2014 – theartsjournal.org … 5.7 Online poetry posters Among the other effective modalities for digital poetry interpretation are free online poetry poster design programs. … London &NewYork: Routledge. Torres, R. (2005). Digital poetry and collaborative wreadings of literary texts. In R. Torres &N. … Related articles All 3 versions

Reading Current Childrens Electronic Literary Production in Brazil ER KIRCHOF – La Literatura en pantalla – ddd.uab.cat … Whereas most digital narratives are created or adapted for tablet and other mobile devices, digital poetry intentionally directed towards children is still very limited, although it is possible to find some experiments carried out by Brazilian poets. … Related articles All 2 versions

Everyday Reading: Poetry and Popular Culture in Modern America by Mike Chasar (review) D Levine – College Literature, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu … Many midcentury schools of thought lend themselves to analysis along the lines of the billboard’s frame and the car’s disassociating rush of speed. Such analysis would also be extremely beneficial to the emerging field of digital poetry. …

Poetic Machines: The Essentiality Of The Human And The Machine In Digital Creative Expression J NAJI – Game-Based Learning: Challenges and Opportunities, 2014 – books.google.com … based learning. There currently exist countless different examples of such digital creative communications and so by necessity this chapter focuses specifically on a cyberspec of it that is ePoetry or digital poetry. There exists … Related articles

Composing Digital Found Poetry in Secondary English Language Arts Classrooms FB Tenore, K Collins-Hall – Yin and Yang in the English …, 2014 – books.google.com … Valuable not only to build reading skills, found digital poetry is also beneficial to students as writers. The conceptual framework values active reader participation in meaning construction and teaching students to adopt a critical stance as both readers and writers. … Related articles

Poetics of Materiality: Medium, Embodiment, Sense, and Sensation in 20th-and 21st-Century Latin America JE Becker – 2014 – gradworks.umi.com … In the fourth chapter, which includes multi- and intermedia performances by Arnaldo Antunes and Augusto de Campos, as well as electronic and digital poetry by Eduardo Kac, Ladislao Pablo Györi, Ana María Uribe, Belén Gache, and Eugenio Tisselli, I discuss how new media …

Digital Humanities in Praxis: Contextualizing the Brazilian Electronic Literature Collection L Gattass – Image, 2014 – berfrois.com … The bulk of the critical writings currently contained in the Brazilian Collection were extracted from three principal sources, two of which are anthologies of essays and one a monograph comprising a panorama of digital poetry from its origins to the present. … Related articles

E-Literature And New Media Art J STREHOVEC – ELMCIP – elmcip.net … The Materiality of Language in the [Sound and] Light of New Media” • Alexandra Saemmer,“Reflections on the Iconicity of Digital Texts” • Philippe Bootz,“Programmed Digital Poetry: a Poetry of the Appa- ratus; Media Art?” • Beat Suter,“Big Brother Really is Watching You … Related articles All 7 versions

Literary practices in digital media A de Aguiar Neitzel, J Bridon… – Revista complutense de …, 2014 – dialnet.unirioja.es … 19:48 Student 17: Yeah! When I started reading, some poems I could not understand, but some I did. We can see that some students have realized that differences between text and image, when talking about digital poetry, become relative. … Related articles All 3 versions

Electronic Literature Communities JW Rettberg, P Tomaszek – ELMCIP, 2014 – elmcip.net … Another ap- proach to gather authors “that would develop animated digital poetry” in France was a review of telematic art called Art-Accès (led by artist Orlan and poet Fré- déric Develay), which produced three issues between 1985 and 1986. … Related articles All 8 versions

The Potential of Digital Technologies to Support Literacy Instruction Relevant to the Common Core State Standards AC Hutchison, J Colwell – Journal of Adolescent & Adult …, 2014 – Wiley Online Library … Prior to creating their own digital poetry performance, students viewed digital poems, examining modes of expression, looking at the visual images, the written text, the narration (voice), and the musical soundtracks that played in the background, and considered how these … Cited by 1 Related articles

This is Your Brain on Vispo: How to Read, Revisited A Watkins – 2014 – researchgate.net … One needs to look no further than to visual and digital poetry to realize how different reading is becoming. … But recently in my reading, I find myself bumping up against patches, fields, to be sure, large tracts of visual and digital poetry, fascinating, and certainly not invisible. … Related articles

US Experimental Poetry: A Social Turn? C Wagner – Primerjalna Knjizevnost, 2014 – search.proquest.com … April 2014. NOTES. 1 I might have addressed a host of other movements – ecopoetics, digital poetry, live writing, multimedia performance writing, etc. 2 Lev Rubinstein, “What Can I Say?” Compleat Catalogue of Comedic Novelties. … Related articles

Electronic Literature Publishing Practices: Distinct Traditions And Collaborating Communities R Koskimaa – ELMCIP, 2014 – elmcip.net … literature have been published so far. Christopher Funkhouser’s (2007) Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms is an important account of the early forms of electronic literature. The ELMCIP Knowledge Base, in future … Related articles All 8 versions

MediaScape: Towards a Video, Music, and Sound Metacreation A Eigenfeldt, M Thorogood, J Bizzocchi… – Journal of Science and …, 2014 – artes.ucp.pt … Bootz, P. (2012). From OULIPO to Transitoire Observable The Evolution of French Digital Poetry. http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/archiv/?postID=248, retrieved January 14, 2014. Burroughs, WS, & Gysin, B. (1978).The Third Mind. Viking Press. Cohen, H.(1995). … Related articles All 5 versions

PoetryLab: a close listening game for iOS IA Arawjo, C Mitchell, J Camlot – Proceedings of the first ACM SIGCHI …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … PoetryLab was developed to exploit the SpokenWeb digital poetry archive in innovative ways [7, 8]. The archive features an avant-garde poetry reading series that was held in Montreal between 1966 and 1974, and which was recently re-discovered as a series of reel-to- reel … Cited by 1 Related articles

Everyday Reading: Poetry and Popular Culture in Modern America D Levine – College Literature, 2014 – questia.com … Many midcentury schools of thought lend themselves to analysis along the lines of the billboard’s frame and the car’s disassociating rush of speed. Such analysis would also be extremely beneficial to the emerging field of digital poetry. …

New Work about Reading Poetry: A Book Review Article on Stafford’s and Bohn’s Work M Markowska – CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 2014 – docs.lib.purdue.edu … to it. Not only can we read visual poetry, but also we can see/watch it. And, as Bohn argues in his last chapter on digital poetry, even poems which belong to visual poetry, can have musical associations. Reading Romantic Poetry …

Digital Caricature SR Sturm, SF Turner – 2014 – researchspace.auckland.ac.nz Page 1. Journal Article Version This is the publisher’s version. This version is defined in the NISO recommended practice RP-8-2008 http://www.niso.org/publications/rp/ Suggested Reference Sturm, SR, & Turner, SF (2014). Digital Caricature. … Related articles

Permutation and randomness in the action Score Generator N Walker – Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 2014 – ingentaconnect.com … In the ASG modular form is both a process of working with random word sequences and the final product of six-word-length texts that continually alter, shift and mutate. Schaffner says that these ‘permutational works are still a viable sub-genre in digital poetry’ (2010: 186). … Related articles All 3 versions

Poetics In Digital Communities And In Digital Literature YRA VAN DIJK – ELMCIP – 129.240.188.201 … canonized”(van Dijk 2012b). Another conclusion is that labor in collab- oration is often strictly divided between different disciplines, like literary writing and new media design (see Hayles,“Time of Digital Poetry”). The work Smeek … Related articles All 7 versions

Digital Literature: Ephemeral in Truth? P Bootz – Hybrid. Revue des arts et médiations humaines, 2014 – hybrid.univ-paris8.fr … This is the case of perl poetry (digital poetry written in the programming language called Perl) and certain obfuscation approaches, a technique which consists in making the source incomprehensible to any human, while preserving its computer relevance to the machine. … Related articles All 2 versions

Usage of Mobile Apps in Malaysian Secondary Education A Ibrahim, HM Dahlan – researchgate.net … downloaded or viewed materials. Fig. 8: Digital poetry on the mobile app VI: CONCLUSION In conclusion, mobile learning is immanent in the dynamics of learning and teaching in Malaysian schools. The development of the … Related articles

Migrating Modes: Multimodality in E-Poetics as Another Kind of Language L Shackelford – Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of …, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu … introduces this concept of “intermedia,” or the conceptual fusing of “two or more discrete media,” in Dick Higgins’s terms, in an endnote to his discussion of Mencía’s Birds Singing Other Birds’ Songs and Another Kind of Language in Prehistoric Digital Poetry (248n22), a concept … Related articles All 3 versions

Let me Listen to Poetry, Let me See Emotions D Arellano, C Manresa-Yee, V Helzle – Journal of Universal Computer …, 2014 – jucs.org … In his book Digital Art and Meaning: Read- ing Kinectic Poetry, Text Machines, Mapping Art, and Interactive Installations, Roberto Simanowski delights us with a semiotic analysis of different installa- tions focused on digital poetry [Simanowski 2011]. … Related articles All 4 versions

Librarian as Poet/Poet as Librarian E Dorney – In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 2014 – inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org … Through Really System, Williams is interested in remixing, recombining, and remaking the text of published poems into new things. Some of his experiments can be seen at labs.reallysystem.com, evoking a digital poetry/digital humanities sandbox. …

“Pure Delight and Professional Development”: The Reading Practices and Library Use of an Active Poetry Community/«Pures délices» et développement … C Toane, PM Rothbauer – … Journal of Information and Library Science, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu … that “reading poetry online/via e-books remains less preferable to reading print books” (Turner-Riggs 2012, 9). While aesthetic considerations such as the desire to own and touch physical objects may go some way to explain the resistance to adopt digital poetry books, more … Cited by 2 Related articles

After Translation: Displacing Modernism’s Geopolitical Centers M del Pozo – Confluencia: Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu … Interestingly enough, as this chapter discusses, Brathwaite’s digital poetry project, SycoraxVS, was de-digitalized and is only available in printing, a gesture that coherently continues the writer’s political and linguistic resistance for a Caribbean vernacular and that, once again …

A Survey of Electronic Literature Collections L Pablo, M Goicoechea – CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and …, 2014 – docs.lib.purdue.edu … environmental/environmentalism, c) semantic variations: prose poem/prose poetry; combination adventure/combinatorial combinatory/ combinatory poetics; d) digital literature/digital media/digital narrative/digital narratives/digital poetics/digital poetry/digital textuality/digital … Related articles

The Concept Of Beauty In Digital Art The Temptation Of Perfection I Petrovici – European Journal of Science and Theology, 2014 – ejst.tuiasi.ro … we could mention: digital painting, cyber art, digital photography, dynamic painting, electronic music, evolutionary art, fractal art, trans-digital art, interactive art, immersion (virtual reality), via art, ASCH art, pixel art, ANSI art, demo-scenes, demos, digital poetry, hypertext literature … Related articles

Beyond Paper: Postmedia and Experimental Art M Suvakovic – Primerjalna Knjizevnost, 2014 – search.proquest.com … Digital poetry, for instance, has developed from media (computer poetry, hyper-textual poetry) to postmedia poetry (internet or net poetry, interactive poetry, digital performance) – characteristic artists include Eduardo Kac, Catherine Davinio, etc. … Related articles

Towards a History of Electronic Literature U Pawlicka – CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 2014 – docs.lib.purdue.edu … the machine. It seems to be clear that this viewpoint was the consequence of the idea of technotext and digital poetics: “the aes- thetics of digital poetry are an extension of modernist techniques” (Funkhouser, Prehistoric 24). Im … Related articles

Spectral bodies of thought: A materialist feminist approach to Conceptual Writing1 K Rozynski – Creative Manoeuvres: Writing, Making, Being, 2014 – books.google.com … verbal text. Yet, importantly, Conceptual Writing is not e-literature or digital poetry, but writing that exhibits its having been written after digitisation has usurped analogue forms as the dominant technological mode. After immersion … Related articles

Cultural expression in augmented and mixed reality JD Bolter, M Engberg – 2014 – dspace.mah.se … device, and play with combinations of letters and their sounds. Playful and performative, abcdefg echoes concrete and visual poetry traditions, generative art, digital poetry and sound art. The difference in the application is, then, the user’s ability to play (with) the work … Related articles

Hyper-constrained: Translating Nick Montfort’s Textual Generators P Marecki, A Ma?ecka – Word and Text, A Journal of Literary Studies and …, 2014 – ceeol.com … the technology created by the authors). Finally, authors of digital poetry like Nick Montfort, working in the sphere of gift economy, encourage their community of readers to “process” their works. Yet, as Robert Pinsky famously … Related articles All 5 versions

Situating Change: Combinatory Writing, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Technology, and Political Reality S Rettberg – retts.net Page 1. Situating Change: Combinatory Writing, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Technology, and Political Reality Scott Rettberg H2H Arts Labex International Chair Hybrid Conference #13 December 8, 2014, Amphi X, Paris 8 University … Related articles

An Archeology of Fragments GL Bruns – Humanities, 2014 – mdpi.com … 8. Conclusions Whence, logically and historically, the next step would take us into the hypertextual world of digital poetry in which one changes the text of a poem as one moves through the virtual space it inhabits [53]. But how does one cite a hypertext? … Related articles All 4 versions

[BOOK] Digital Textuality P Trimarco – 2014 – books.google.com … 54 4 Digital News 56 Introduction 56 Mainstream media 59 News blogs 61 Ideational meaning in digital news 65 Interpersonal meaning in digital news 67 Textual meaning in digital news 71 Conclusions 73 Sample projects 74 Further reading 74 5 Digital Poetry 76 Introduction … Related articles

General Education P Wharton-Michael, R Zemsky, K Head, SA Bass… – JSTOR … JSTOR Terms and Conditions Page 6. vi Contributors has published several articles about the experience. She has also published four books of poetry and exhibited several acclaimed digital poetry projects. Head is an award …

Diffracted Waves and World Literature J Edmond – Parallax, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … See CT Funkhouser, Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, 1959–1995 (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2007) for more on Cayley’s holography (pp.179–180) and the actual use of holograms in poetry by Eduardo Kac, Richard Kostelanetz and others (pp … Related articles

Video, Music, And sound MetAcreAtion JM Bizzocchi, PPP PAsquier – researchgate.net … Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 32.5, 2012. Bootz, P. From OULIPO to Transitoire Observable The Evolution of French Digital Poetry. http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/ archiv/?postID=248, 2012, retrieved January 14, 2014. … Related articles All 3 versions

The Hyperstitial Poetics Of Net-Work Media S Biggs – ELMCIP – research.ed.ac.uk … net-based interactive, generative and multidimensional flash engine/interface using RSS news feeds to create a digital poetry city (Nesheim 2013). Nelson envisages a dystopian networked urban environment (if it had a face it would … Related articles All 9 versions

Amateurs online: Creativity in a community Y van Dijk – Poetics, 2014 – Elsevier The character of authorship, evaluation and production of artworks is being altered with new communication technologies. Online amateur and participatory work c. Cited by 4 Related articles

E-Literature, New Media Art, and E-Literary Criticism J Strehovec – CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 2014 – docs.lib.purdue.edu … Ed. Simon Biggs. Bergen: ELMCIP, 2012. 79-83. Strehovec, Janez. “Digital Poetry beyond the Methaphysics of Projective Saying.” Regards Croises: Perspectives on Digital Literature. Ed. Philippe Bootz and Charles Baldwin. Morgantown: West Virginia UP, 2010. 63-83. … Related articles

Rheo: Japanese sound art interrogating digital mediality A Vandsø – Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Film and Media Studies, 2014 – degruyter.com … This is in many texts seen as the main quality of sound art. However, in the analysis of Rheo I argue that the semiotic dimension is important. It is, however, quite easy to import analytical tools from either digital poetry of general thought regarding digital remediation. … Related articles All 5 versions

Poetic machine: Computational creativity for automatic poetry generation in bengali A Das, B Gambäck – 5th International Conference on …, 2014 – computationalcreativity.net Page 1. Poetic Machine: Computational Creativity for Automatic Poetry Generation in Bengali Amitava Das Björn Gambäck Department of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Computer and Information Science … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

Multiple Names and Time Superposition: No Anxiety in the Electronic Poetics of Yolanda Arroyo and Diego Trelles E Arriaga-Arango – New Trends in Contemporary Latin American Narrative, 2014 – Springer … feelings through popular social networks. Fuguet asks, as a rhetorical question, “Where did all the energy, the words, the digital poetry, and those three-in-the-morning confessions go?” (“Apuntes”). In response, he argues that …

The New Apparatus of Influence: Material Modernism in the Digital Age J O’Sullivan – International Journal of Humanities and Arts …, 2014 – euppublishing.com … they are encapsulated. This trend – privileging the bibliographic code as a tool of meaning – has been replicated by a range of leading contemporary authors working in the field of digital poetry. Robert Kendall’s ‘Dispossession … Related articles

Mobilizing Knowledge via Documentary Filmmaking—Is the Academy Ready? DM Petrarca, JM Hughes – McGill Journal of Education/Revue des …, 2014 – erudit.org … into it. My early research working with adolescents creating digital poetry (Hughes, 2007, 2008a; Hughes & John, 2009) inspired me to turn again to the notion of performing research through an arts-based lens. Unlike Diana …

In his migrated and almost dead blog, Chilean writer Alberto Fuguet announced the end of the format as a tool for writing and sharing personal thoughts. Ironically, he … Y Arroyo, D Trelles – … Narrative: Post-National Literatures and the …, 2014 – books.google.com … feelings through popular social networks. Fuguet asks, as a rhetorical question,“Where did all the energy, the words, the digital poetry, and those three-in-the-morning confessions go?” (“Apuntes”). In response, he argues that … Related articles

Reconfiguring film studies through software cinema and procedural spectatorship M Hassapopoulou – NECSUS. European Journal of Media …, 2014 – ingentaconnect.com Page 1. Reconfiguring film studies through software cinema and procedural spectatorship Marina Hassapopoulou NECSUS ? (?): ??–?? DOI: ??.????/ NECSUS????.?.HASS Abstract The increasing use of software and database … Cited by 2 Related articles

Agency & embodiment: performing gestures/producing culture S Prigge-Pienaar – South African Theatre Journal, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … schemas (p. 73). Chapter Three offers insightful framings of the concepts of ‘tool’, ‘technology’, ‘program’ and ‘cognition’ with reference to the writings of Leroi-Gourhan and the digital poetry of Camille Utterback. In response to …

Arche-speech and Sound Poetry S Braune – Pivot: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and …, 2014 – pi.library.yorku.ca Page 1. Pivot is published through Open Journal Systems (OJS) at York University Arche-speech and Sound Poetry Sean Braune Abstract: Steve McCaffery describes sound poetry as a “new way to blow out candles” and “what … Related articles All 2 versions

Digital Scholarship and Digital Studies: The State of the Discipline M Kirschenbaum, S Werner – Book History, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu … Likewise, Christopher Funkhouser’s Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archeology of Forms, 1959–1995 (University of Alabama Press, 2007) is a deeply researched volume based on the archival recovery of primary source documentation for the period under discussion, in this … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

Schools as “Poetry-Friendly Places”: Michael Rosen on Poetry in the Curriculum D Xerri – Arts Education Policy Review, 2014 – Taylor & Francis Skip to content Scheduled maintenance: Friday 30th January 23:00 GMT – Saturday 31st January 03:00 GMT: Taylor & Francis Online will be unavailable for up to 60 mins. during this period. Taylor & Francis Online: … Related articles

Are MOOCs the Future of General Education? K Head – The Journal of General Education, 2014 – JSTOR … writing, and she has published several articles about the experience. She has also published four books of poetry and exhibited several acclaimed digital poetry projects. Head is an award-winning teacher, and her courses … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Ephemeral Heritages. Introduction A Saemmer, B Dufrêne – Hybrid. Revue des arts et médiations …, 2014 – hybrid.univ-paris8.fr … 24Brian Kim Stefans’s project The Dreamlife of Letters,15 one of the most renowned and discussed animated poems in digital poetry, features subtle text animations that are updated differently from one computer to another. … Related articles All 2 versions

Diffraction, Handwriting and Intra-Mediality in Louise Paillé’s Livres-livres KB Wurth – Parallax, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 8 Kiene Brillenburg Wurth, ‘Multimediality, Intermediality, and. Medially Complex Digital Poetry’, RiLUnE, 5 (2006), pp.1–18.View all notes. Still, it is hard to shake off the suggestion of a connection, a connection linking pre-existing points or givens, from the prefix ‘inter’. … Related articles All 2 versions

Knowledge Design: A Conceptual and Curricular Challenge J Drucker – Design and Culture, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … modern cul- tural ecologies, the digitization of rare, palimpsestic manuscripts and their subjection to various imaging technologies to exhume content unavailable to the naked eye, or the creation of files of born digital poetry, sound files, or artworks. … All 2 versions

Novel Designs: Manipulating the Page in English Fiction, 1660–17801 T Keymer – New Directions in the History of the Novel, 2014 – books.google.com Page 30. 2 Novel Designs: Manipulating the Page in English Fiction, 1660–17801 Thomas Keymer Historians of the novel and theoreticians of narrative rarely comment on a publishing development contemporaneous with the … Cited by 1 Related articles

Getting There from Here W McCarty – Advancing Digital Humanities: Research, Methods, …, 2014 – books.google.com Page 304. 19 Getting There from Here Remembering the Future of Digital Humanities Roberto Busa Award lecture 20131 Willard McCarty Prologue The text which follows was written as a lecture for a specific audience on a … Related articles

Basics OL Kastner – When Luxury Meets Art, 2014 – Springer … While the hybrid art forms accordingly produce artworks that, by their very nature, can be compared to the creative outputs of the more traditional visual and performing arts (eg digital poetry, live painting or multimedia performances), their delivery to a commonly digitally …

Minding the gap, conference of the AAWP G Pittaway – 2014 – researcharchive.wintec.ac.nz Page 1. M ind in g the G ap W e llin g to n | N ew Zea la n d AAWP 19th Annual Conference 2014 Page 2. Page 3. Intro d uction Page 4. 2 Cover and programme design: Nick Allen, Protofos Media Page 5. Minding the Gap AAWP 19th Annual Conference …

Stephen Morrissey Literary Papers S Morrissey – 2014 – stephenmorrissey.ca … It has been online since around 2005. The site includes digital poetry chapbooks by Lionel Kearns, Glen Sorestad, Nellie McClung, Ken Norris, Ilona Martonfi, Sonja Skarstedt, and others. • Morrissey, Stephen and Carolyn Joyce. The Aquarian Symbols. …

[BOOK] New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression: Crossing Borders, Crossing Genres M Cornis-Pope – 2014 – books.google.com Page 1. A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression Crossing borders, crossing genres EDITED BY Marcel Cornis-Pope John Benjamins Publishing Company Amsterdam/Philadelphia Page 2. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Mediatization of culture and everyday life A Kaun, K Fast – 2014 – diva-portal.org Page 1. Mediatization of culture and everyday life Anne Kaun & Karin Fast Karlstad University Studies 2014:13 Mediestudier vid Södertörns högskola 2014:1 Page 2. Mediatization of culture and everyday life Anne Kaun & Karin Fast … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

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