32 Works

A Network Analysis of Dissertations About Electronic Literature

Jill Walker Rettberg & Scott Rettberg
More than 60 dissertations in the field of electronic literature have been documented in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base, including tags, abstracts and in most cases links to full texts of the dissertations. This paper performs a network analysis of the citations in 29 of these dissertations to identify trends, patters and information about an emerging canon.

Nature's Agents: Chreods, Code, Plato, and Plants

Lisa Swanstrom

E-Literary Text in the Nomadic Cockpit

Janez Strehovec

Where Is the Text, the Disappearance of Text in E-Poetry

Giovanna Di Rosario

Lit(B)erariness between the Book, the Page and the Screen – on Between Page and Screen by Amaranth Borsuk and Brad Bouse

Agnieszka Przybyszewska

Scripts for Infinite Readings

Manuel Portela

On Polish Translation of Sea and Spar Between

Mariusz Pisarski

Manuscript E-Lit Experiments in Post-Print Literary Culture

Soren Bro Pold & Christian Ulrik Andersen

Exopoiesis and Literariness

Ugo Panzani

An Emerging Canon? A Preliminary Analysis of All References to Creative Works in Critical Writing Documented in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base

Scott Rettberg
As of July 2013, the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base includes documentation of more than 2,000 creative works and more than 2,000 articles of critical writing. Many of the records of critical writing include cross-references to the creative works they address. This article presents a preliminary analysis of all of the critical writing-to-creative work cross- references currently documented in the Knowledge Base in the aggregate. By developing static and interactive visualizations of this data, we...

Iteration, You See: Floating Text and Chaotic Reading/Viewing in slippingglimpse

Gwen Le Cor
My analysis starts with three variations on a reading and explores the dynamics of reading in non-linear systems. Non-linear refers to the mathematical study of complex systems, rather than to “traditional definitions of hypertext,” which, as Michael Joyce reminds us, “begin with nonlinearity” (Joyce 2000, 132). Using slippingglimpse as my tutor text, my aim is to cross the tools of fluid dynamics with those of literary criticism, and (re)read the bifurcations in the poetic text...

Translating afternoon, a story by Michael Joyce, or How to Inhabit a Spectral Body

Arnaud Regnauld

Rethinking Comparative Literature Literary Studies in the Age of Electronic Media

Joergen Schafer

Spirals of Meaning: Exploring Nonlinearity through Prezi’s Infinite Canvas

Anastasia Salter

Cross-Reading New Media

Maria Ines Laitano
This article introduces a tool for the visualization of indexations of articles about digital literature works. Resulting from an international project gathering various analytical perspectives on a limited body of works, this tool constitutes a proposition in the debate on the preservation of works. It allows one to visualize and compare the different points of view and the parts of the work that have been analyzed. This tool considers the work as an entity within...

Out of Bounds: Searching Deviated Literature in Audiovisual Electronic Environments

Claudia Kozak

Towards A Digital Epistemology

Jonas Ingvarsson

Literature in a State of Emergency

Davin Heckman

Cherchez le texte : The Proceedings for the ELO 2013 Conference

Joe Tabbi, Gabriel Gaudette & Dene Grigar
The Electronic Literature Organization's (ELO) 2013 Conference & Media Art Exhibit, hosted 23-28 September in Paris, France by Philippe Bootz, holds great importance to the organization and its community because it represents ELO's keen interest in reaching a global audience and promoting diverse literatures. The stated goal of the conference, as indicated by its title, was to "look for the text", insisting on the transformation, malleability and instability of what is to be understood as...

Humument App

Anna Nacher

Spars of Languages Lost as Sea

Nick Montfort & Stephanie Strickland

On Polish Translation of Sea and Spar Between

Monika Gorska-Olesinska

Performative Modelling of Digital Writing

Jerome Fletcher

One + One = Zero – Vanishing Text in Electronic Literature

Marjorie C. Luesebrink

A "Poetry of Numbers"? Khlebnikov, Jakobson, Marinetti, Schwitters, Kostelanetz

Matteo D’Ambrosio
This paper, which relates to the development of the corresponding canon, is aimed mostly at verifying whether any prefigurations and anticipations of Electronic Literature can be detected in the historical avant-gardes, both in their theoretical statements and in their creative writing. All major artistic and literary movements of the 20th century, especially when they had been successful in imposing their agenda, felt the inclination to define their roots and precursors. In this regard, F. T....

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