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  21. <title>MLA 2017 Readings &amp; Performances</title>
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  24. <pubDate>Wed, 04 Jan 2017 18:46:31 +0000</pubDate>
  25. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
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  30. <description><![CDATA[Join the Electronic Literature Organization for an evening of readings &#38; performances during the Modern Language Association conference in Philadelphia, PA. The event takes place in the Connelly Auditorium (room 806) in the Terra Building at The University of the Arts, on January 5, 2017, from 8-10 p.m. Dene Grigar and Jennifer Zaylea, Emcees Performers and Works: [...]]]></description>
  31. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>Join the Electronic Literature Organization for an evening of readings &amp; performances during the Modern Language Association conference in Philadelphia, PA. The event takes place in the Connelly Auditorium (room 806) in the Terra Building at <a title="Directions to The University of the Arts" href="https://www.google.com/maps/dir/211+S+Broad+St,+Philadelphia,[email protected],-75.1662013,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m5!1m1!1s0x89c6c62565408cf7:0x734bdbc47bb4d2e9!2m2!1d-75.1640073!2d39.9489873!1m0" target="_blank">The University of the Arts</a>, on <strong>January 5, 2017, from 8-10 p.m.</strong></p>
  32. <p dir="ltr">Dene Grigar and Jennifer Zaylea, Emcees</p>
  33. <p><strong>Performers and Works:</strong></p>
  34. <p>Sandy Baldwin &amp; Gabriel Tremblay-Gaudette, “Poems you should know”</p>
  35. <p>Daniel Anderson, “A Blessing” and “The Red Wheelbarrow”</p>
  36. <p>Kathi Inman Berens, “Abaya”</p>
  37. <p>Helen Burgess, “Anna, Autopoietic”</p>
  38. <p>Caitlin Fisher, “Pareidolia: the Doll Universe”</p>
  39. <p>Riham Hosny, “Salome,” by Mohamed Abdelghani (Yuzerssif)</p>
  40. <p>Anastasia Salter and Bridget Blodgett, “Alt-Right: Ctrl+A; Del”</p>
  41. <p>Liz Losh, “While Chopping Red Peppers” and “The Last Day of Betty Nkomo”</p>
  42. <p>Laura Zaylea,  ”Closer than Rust”</p>
  43. <p>The ELO would like to thank our hosts at The University of the Arts, and in particular Jennifer Zaylea for organizing this event.</p>
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  51. <title>Launching ELC3</title>
  52. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/09/launching-elc3/</link>
  53. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/09/launching-elc3/#comments</comments>
  54. <pubDate>Wed, 28 Sep 2016 21:14:07 +0000</pubDate>
  55. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
  56. <category><![CDATA[ELO]]></category>
  57. <category><![CDATA[Press Release]]></category>
  58.  
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  60. <description><![CDATA[ELC3 2.0 &#160; We are pleased to announce the 2.0 version of the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3 (ELC3). This version adds preservation and new resources to the 114 featured works. Here are four new features that should be of special interest to our community. The works are now hosted in ELO servers (whenever possible), [...]]]></description>
  61. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<h1>ELC3 2.0</h1>
  62. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  63. <p><a href="http://collection.eliterature.org/3/"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-3063" alt="ELC3 cover" src="http://eliterature.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/elc3logofront.png" width="330" height="193" /></a></p>
  64. <p dir="ltr">We are pleased to announce the 2.0 version of the <a href="http://collection.eliterature.org/3">Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3</a> (ELC3). This version adds preservation and new resources to the 114 featured works. Here are four new features that should be of special interest to our community.</p>
  65. <p dir="ltr">
  66. <ul>
  67. <li>
  68. <p dir="ltr">The works are now hosted in ELO servers (whenever possible), but we also link directly to their original websites to offer access to their authorial contexts. You can access both, as well as video documentation, through the Begin menu.</p>
  69. </li>
  70. <li>
  71. <p dir="ltr">Downloadable, editable source files and other materials provided by the authors are now included in a new section titled Downloads, beneath the Editorial Statements for each work. You can study these materials from a variety of critical or creative approaches or remix them to create your own.</p>
  72. </li>
  73. <li>
  74. <p dir="ltr">Twitter bots now have archives which allow you to browse, search, and read deeply into their output, from their launch up to January 2016. You can access them through the Begin menu or download them as spreadsheets in the Downloads section.</p>
  75. </li>
  76. <li>
  77. <p dir="ltr">A downloadable version of the ELC3 will soon be available for those who wish to install it in classrooms, labs, or have an offline copy.</p>
  78. </li>
  79. </ul>
  80. <p dir="ltr">We are still fundraising to offer a USB version free to ELO members, sponsors, and to distribute to libraries, museums, and archives. If you are interested in contributing to this free and open ELO initiative, contact us at <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a>.</p>
  81. <p dir="ltr">The Electronic Literature Collection is one of ELO&#8217;s many initiatives to promote and preserve digital literature.  Your membership helps to fund these projects.  Join or renew your membership today or increase your membership level to enable ELO to continue to increase and spread information about this innovative mode of art.  <a href="https://eliterature.org/membership/">https://eliterature.org/membership/</a></p>
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  83. <p dir="ltr">Share and enjoy!</p>
  84. <p dir="ltr">The ELC3 Editorial Collective</p>
  85. <ul>
  86. <li>
  87. <p dir="ltr">Stephanie Boluk</p>
  88. </li>
  89. <li>
  90. <p dir="ltr">Leonardo Flores</p>
  91. </li>
  92. <li>
  93. <p dir="ltr">Jacob Garbe</p>
  94. </li>
  95. <li>
  96. <p dir="ltr">Anastasia Salter</p>
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  104. <title>ELO at The Kitchen &#8212; NYC &#8211; Sept. 10</title>
  105. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/09/3051/</link>
  106. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/09/3051/#comments</comments>
  107. <pubDate>Fri, 09 Sep 2016 22:35:04 +0000</pubDate>
  108. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
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  113. <description><![CDATA[If you’re in NYC (or near enough to hop a train), join us for We Have Always Been Digital, at The Kitchen.  ELO President Dene Grigar will be there with hard copies of ELC3  (announcement forthcoming) and previous collections for the first people to sign up as members. Come for a night of e-lit wonderment [...]]]></description>
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  115. <p>If you’re in NYC (or near enough to hop a train), join us for <b>We Have Always Been Digital, at The Kitchen</b>.  ELO President Dene Grigar will be there with hard copies of ELC3  (announcement forthcoming) and previous collections for the first people to sign up as members.</p>
  116. <p>Come for a night of e-lit wonderment and (re)join an international organization of artists and scholars in ELO!</p>
  117. <p><a href="http://www.thekitchen.org/event/electronic-literature-organization-we-have-always-been-digital">http://www.thekitchen.org/event/electronic-literature-organization-we-have-always-been-digital</a></p>
  118. <p><b>Announcement:</b></p>
  119. <p>The <b>Electronic Literature Organization</b> (ELO) presents performances of digitally-born writing and poetry. Curated by <b>Illya Szilak</b>, this afternoon of interactive presentations showcases a range of dynamic forms from bots and games to interactive online works, and offers audience members the chance to engage with works and authors after the performances.</p>
  120. <p>Artists include: <b>Abraham Avnisan</b>, <b>Amaranth Borsuk</b>, <b>John Cayley</b>, <b>David Clark</b>, <b>Caitlin Fisher</b>, <b>Ian Hatcher</b>, <b>Porpentine Charity Heartscape</b>, <b>Flourish Klink</b>, <b>Tan Lin</b>, <b>Nick Montfort</b>, <b>Kia Miakka Natisse</b>, <b>Allison Parrish</b>, and others.</p>
  121. <p><b>September 10, 1–6pm, FREE<br />
  122. 512 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011</b></p>
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  124. <p>This event is made possible with support from Axe-Houghton Foundation and Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, and in part by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.</p>
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  131. <title>CFP ELO 17 (Dec 5; July 19-22, 2017)</title>
  132. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/08/cfp-elo-17-dec-5-july-19-22-2017/</link>
  133. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/08/cfp-elo-17-dec-5-july-19-22-2017/#comments</comments>
  134. <pubDate>Fri, 12 Aug 2016 16:07:25 +0000</pubDate>
  135. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
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  141. <description><![CDATA[ELO’17 Electronic Literature &#62; Affiliations, Communities, Translations Hosted by UFP &#8211; University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, July 19 &#8211; 22, 2017 http://conference.eliterature.org Call For Papers &#38; Works The ELO (Electronic Literature Organization) is pleased to announce its 2017 Conference and Festival, to be held from July 19-22. The Conference is hosted by University Fernando Pessoa, [...]]]></description>
  142. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><b>ELO’17</b></p>
  143. <p><b>Electronic Literature &gt; Affiliations, Communities, Translations</b></p>
  144. <p>Hosted by UFP &#8211; University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, July 19 &#8211; 22, 2017</p>
  145. <p><a href="http://conference.eliterature.org/">http://conference.eliterature.org</a></p>
  146. <p><b>Call For Papers &amp; Works</b></p>
  147. <p>The ELO (Electronic Literature Organization) is pleased to announce its 2017 Conference and Festival, to be held from July 19-22. The Conference is hosted by University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, and the Festival and Exhibits will be held in the center of the historic city of Porto, Portugal.</p>
  148. <p>Titled «Electronic Literature: Affiliations, Communities, Translations<i>», </i>the Conference and Festival welcome dialogues and untold histories of electronic literature, providing a space for discussion about what exchanges, negotiations, and movements we can track in the field of electronic literature. These three threads will weave through the conference, structuring dialogue, debate, performances, presentations, and exhibits. The threads are meant as provocations, enabling constraints, and aim at forming a diagram of electronic literature today and expanding awareness of the history and diversity of the field.</p>
  149. <p>The goal of this International Conference is to contribute to displacing and re-situating accepted views and histories of electronic literature, in order to construct a larger and more expansive field, to map discontinuous textual relations across histories and forms, and to create productive and poetic apparatuses from unexpected combinations. Each of the three strands &#8211; <i>Affiliations, Communities, Translations</i> &#8211; is described in detail below. Participants can apply to the Conference and Festival by locating their work within a strand. In all cases, we are open to experimental proposals that integrate theory and practice, and proposals that challenge presentation formats.</p>
  150. <p><span id="more-3013"></span></p>
  151. <p><b>Affiliations</b></p>
  152. <p><i>Electronic literature is trans-temporal. It has an untold history.</i></p>
  153. <p><b>Conference</b>: to be held at University Fernando Pessoa, July 19-22. We welcome submissions of Papers, Lightning talks, Posters, Panels, Roundtables, and Workshops for peer-review evaluation, disclosing multiple diachronic and genealogical perspectives on electronic literature, providing room for comparative studies, and exploring untold archeologies and commerces between electronic literature and other expressive and material practices. Topics include, but are not limited to: intermedia and ergodicity in Baroque poetry, futurism and dada; concretism, videopoetry and Fluxus; early experiments in generative and combinatory literature; videoart and soundart; and how these expressive forms are recreated and transcoded in digital forms of literature.</p>
  154. <p><b>Festival</b>: to be held at Culturgest, July 19. Proposals for performances, installations and screenings will be evaluated by the Artistic Committee. Evaluation criteria will include the works’ mapping of the aesthetic and material antecedents of electronic literature, and attention to remixing/re-coding of previous materials from the avant-gardes.</p>
  155. <p><b>Exhibit</b>: July 18-22<b><i>, </i></b>curated by Álvaro Seiça and Daniela Côrtes Maduro.</p>
  156. <p><b>Communities</b></p>
  157. <p><i>Electronic literature is global. It creates a forum where subjects in the global network act out and struggle over their location and situation.</i></p>
  158. <p><b>Conference</b>: to be held at University Fernando Pessoa, July 19-22. We welcome submissions of Papers, Lightning talks, Posters, Panels, Roundtables, and Workshops for peer-review evaluation that expand our understanding of electronic literature communities and how literature is accounted for within diverse communities of practice. Papers may include case studies of individual communities as well as broader engagement with how communities form and develop, and how they interact with and create affinities with other communities. Topics for comparative case studies include but are not limited to artists’ books, Augmented and Virtual Reality; Perl poetry; Sound-video practitioners; ASCII art and Net.Art; Hacktivism/Activism; Memes and Fan Fiction cultures; kids’ e-lit; Minecraft, Twine, Bots and Indie Gaming; and how these practices are connected to electronic literature.</p>
  159. <p><b>Festival</b>: to be held at Mosteiro de São Bento da Vitória, July 20. Proposals for performances, installations and screenings will be evaluated by peers. Evaluation criteria will include the work’s engagement with the diversity of practices in electronic literature and affiliated communities, as well as their critical awareness of network aesthetics.</p>
  160. <p><b>Exhibit</b>: July 18-22,<b><i> </i></b>curated by Bruno Ministro and Sandra Guerreiro Dias.</p>
  161. <p><b>Translations</b></p>
  162. <p><i>Electronic literature is an exchange between language and code. It contains many voices.</i></p>
  163. <p><b>Conference</b>: to be held at University Fernando Pessoa, July 19-22. We welcome submissions of Papers, Lightning talks, Posters, Panels, Roundtables, and Workshops for peer-review evaluation that understand electronic literature as translation in the broadest possible sense. Beyond interlinguistic translation, we will accept papers on emulations, virtualizations, re-readings, and interpretations. We particularly welcome papers that address the limits and specifics of the programmability of natural languages as a means of literary expression. Topics include but are not limited to plagiotropy; linguistic, intermedial and intersemiotic translation; code and text translation; generative literature; emulations of historic electronic literature; re-readings and interpretations of previous works; and how these activities expand our understanding of literature and textuality.</p>
  164. <p><b>Festival</b>: to be held at Mosteiro de São Bento da Vitória, July 21. Proposals for performances, installations and screenings will be evaluated by peers. Evaluation criteria will include the works’ linguistic reflexivity and their engagement with translation, broadly understood, i.e., as a transcoding mechanism involving exchange in and across media, languages and cultures.</p>
  165. <p><b>Exhibit</b>: July 18-22,<b><i> </i></b>curated by Ana Marques da Silva and Diogo Marques.</p>
  166. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  167. <p><b>Submission Guidelines</b></p>
  168. <p><b>Acceptance policy</b></p>
  169. <ul>
  170. <li>● For the <b>Conference (peer-reviewed): </b>
  171. <ul>
  172. <li>○ <b>Paper</b> (10 to 15 mins &#8211; a presentation of a single paper by one or more authors &#8211; 500 word abstract).</li>
  173. <li>○ <b>Lightning talk</b> (5 mins &#8211; a short paper for a focused presentation &#8211; 250 word abstract).</li>
  174. <li>○ <b>Poster</b> (for poster sessions &#8211; submit 1-page poster).</li>
  175. <li>○ <b>Panel</b> (45 mins &#8211; a proposal for a complete panel including separate papers on the same general topic &#8211; 250 word overview plus 500 word individual abstracts).</li>
  176. <li>○ <b>Roundtable</b> (45 mins &#8211; a group presentation of a specific topic emphasizing discussion and audience interaction &#8211; 500 word abstract).</li>
  177. <li>○ <b>Workshop</b> (Action sessions, focused on hands-on group work on a given project or topic &#8211; 500 word abstract).</li>
  178. </ul>
  179. </li>
  180. <li>● For the <b>Festival (peer-reviewed): </b>
  181. <ul>
  182. <li>○ <b>Performance</b> (10 to 15 mins &#8211; readings, actions, interventions &#8211; 250 word abstract; provide links to images, videos, etc.)</li>
  183. <li>○ <b>Installation</b> (provide description of installation, as well as technical needs)</li>
  184. <li>○ <b>Screening</b> (provide link to video)</li>
  185. </ul>
  186. </li>
  187. </ul>
  188. <ul>
  189. <li>● <b>Submissions open</b>: August 15th, 2016.</li>
  190. <li>● <b>Abstracts Due:</b> December 5th, 2016. Review will follow a double-blind process, using easychair (<a href="https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=elo2017">https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=elo2017</a>). The CFP and review process will take into consideration the differences between Paper, Lightning Talk, Poster, Panel, Roundtable, Workshop, Performance, Installation, Screening.</li>
  191. <li>● <b>Acceptances sent out</b>: January 15th, 2017.</li>
  192. <li>● Proposers must attend the conference. Authors can submit as many proposals as they want, but a maximum of two will be accepted for presentation. Submissions should be done using easychair:<a href="https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=elo2017"> https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=elo2017</a></li>
  193. <li>● <b>Registration:</b> Early registration will close March 31st, 2017. There will be a registration fee for the Conference, which includes ELO Membership, invitations to all sessions of the Conference, Festival, and Exhibits, as well as access to the Banquet. Lunch and coffee-breaks will be served.</li>
  194. <li>ELO 2017 will provide basic technological needs such as Internet, projectors, power cords, sound systems, and cables. Specific and/or specialized equipment needs should be provided by artists. ELO is not responsible for shipping costs. Proposals for all creative activities must be submitted via the conference website.</li>
  195. <li>Abstracts, papers, lightning talks, posters, and audiovisual documentation of the Festival and Exhibits will be published. A selection of papers will be published in <i>Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures </i>(ISSN 1555-9351).</li>
  196. <li>For more information, contact Rui Torres, ELO’17 Chair, rtorres [at] ufp.edu.pt</li>
  197. <li></li>
  198. </ul>
  199. <ul>
  200. <li><b>Curated Exhibitions</b></li>
  201. </ul>
  202. <ul>
  203. <li>● <b>Dene Grigar, Chair</b> (Washington State Univ. Vancouver, USA)</li>
  204. <li>● Affiliations<i> </i>- Curated by Álvaro Seiça and Daniela Côrtes Maduro</li>
  205. <li>● Communities<i> </i>- Curated by Bruno Ministro and Sandra Guerreiro Dias</li>
  206. <li>● Translations<i> </i>- Curated by Ana Marques da Silva and Diogo Marques</li>
  207. <li><b>Keynote Speakers &amp; Featured Artists Talks</b></li>
  208. <li>Keynote speakers will offer provocative perspectives on electronic literature. Artists will also offer exciting and stimulating perspectives on electronic literature.</li>
  209. <li><b>Setting</b></li>
  210. <li>Porto (<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porto">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porto</a>), also known, in English, as Oporto, is the second-largest city in Portugal. Located along the Douro river estuary in Northern Portugal, Porto was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (1996). In 2014, Porto was elected The Best European Destination by the Best European Destinations Agency.</li>
  211. <li><b>Transportation and Hotel</b></li>
  212. <li>Located in northern Portugal, Porto (OPO) is easy to reach by land or air. Instructions will be available soon. A list of Hotels and Hostels will also be provided and accounted for. The Conference will be held at University Fernando Pessoa, and the Festival and Exhibits will be held in different venues in the center of Porto.</li>
  213. <li><b>Venues</b></li>
  214. <li><b>UFP (Universidade Fernando Pessoa)</b> -<a href="http://www.ufp.pt/"> http://www.ufp.pt</a></li>
  215. <li><b>Culturgest</b> -<a href="http://www.culturgest.pt/info/porto.html"> http://www.culturgest.pt/info/porto.html</a></li>
  216. <li><b>Mosteiro de São Bento da Vitória </b>- <a href="http://www.tnsj.pt/home/msbv/index.php?intID=7&amp;intSubID=12">http://www.tnsj.pt/home/msbv/index.php?intID=7&amp;intSubID=12</a></li>
  217. <li><b>Palacete Viscondes de Balsemão</b> &#8211; <a href="http://visitasvirtuais.cm-porto.pt/pvb.php">http://visitasvirtuais.cm-porto.pt/pvb.php</a></li>
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  224. <title>CFP:  International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality (5 July; 3-5 Nov 2016)</title>
  225. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/06/cfp-international-conference-on-digital-media-and-textuality-5-july-3-5-nov-2016/</link>
  226. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/06/cfp-international-conference-on-digital-media-and-textuality-5-july-3-5-nov-2016/#comments</comments>
  227. <pubDate>Fri, 10 Jun 2016 23:08:21 +0000</pubDate>
  228. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
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  234. <description><![CDATA[CFP: International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality 3rd to 5th November 2016, Universität Bremen, Germany Conference chair: Dr. Daniela Côrtes Maduro Deadline for Submissions: 5 July 2016 Website: https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/ CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Carlos Reis, Director of the Centre for Portuguese Literature, University of Coimbra, Portugal Dene Grigar, President of the Electronic Literature Organization, Washington [...]]]></description>
  235. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><strong>CFP: International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality</strong><br />
  236. <strong>3rd to 5th November 2016, Universität Bremen, Germany</strong><br />
  237. <strong>Conference chair: Dr. Daniela Côrtes Maduro</strong><br />
  238. <strong>Deadline for Submissions: 5 July 2016</strong><br />
  239. <strong>Website: <a href="https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/">https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/</a></strong></p>
  240. <p>CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS</p>
  241. <p>Carlos Reis, Director of the Centre for Portuguese Literature, University of Coimbra, Portugal<br />
  242. Dene Grigar, President of the Electronic Literature Organization, Washington State University Vancouver, USA<br />
  243. Joseph Tabbi, Electronic Book Review (EBR) Editor in Chief, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA<br />
  244. Manuel Portela, Director of the Materialities of Literature Program, University of Coimbra, Portugal<br />
  245. Maria Mencia, ELO Board of Directors, University of Kingston, United Kingdom<br />
  246. Scott Rettberg, ELMCIP project leader, University of Bergen, Norway</p>
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  248. <p>The use of computers as tools of literary and artistic creation has produced further paradigms within literary, language and media studies, but it has also promoted the resurfacing of a series of age-old debates. Digital media and digital technologies have extended the range of multimodal reading experiences, but they have also led us to readdress deep-rooted notions of text or medium. The dynamic network of media, art forms and genres seems to have been once again reconfigured.  However, practices and debates that have preceded the emergence of the computer medium have not been discarded. In fact, they have been incorporated into experiences with the medium and have contributed to shaping digital artifacts. The “International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality” aims to examine this process. This conference seeks to move beyond the “old and new” dispute and to help us identify intersections, exchanges, challenges, dead-ends and possibilities. In order to achieve this goal, the panels of this conference are designed to cover multiple topics and fields of research, from media archaeology to teaching in a digital age. During the conference, participants will also have the opportunity to visit the Exhibition “Shapeshifting Texts” and attend an evening of performances. For further information, please contact the conference chair, Dr. Daniela Côrtes Maduro, at <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a> or follow:</p>
  249. <p>- the conference’s website at: <a href="https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/">https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/</a>;</p>
  250. <p>- the Facebook page at: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/digmediatext/">https://www.facebook.com/digmediatext/</a>;</p>
  251. <p>- the Twitter page: <a href="https://twitter.com/ICDMT2016">https://twitter.com/ICDMT2016</a>.</p>
  252. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  253. <p>SUBMISSION INFORMATION</p>
  254. <p>Proposals of 500 words min. and 1000 max. may be uploaded to the online reviewing platform EasyChair at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icdmt2016. The deadline for submission is 5 July 2016. Submissions will undergo a double-blind peer review process.</p>
  255. <p>We welcome individual contributions (one per author) in English, no more than 20 minutes, which can be included, even if broadly, in one of the following panels:</p>
  256. <p>Panel I – ‘Nothing comes of nothing’ &#8211; This panel will be comprised of presentations that link electronic literature with literary, communicative or artistic practices which have preceded and influenced digital forms and genres.</p>
  257. <p>Panel II &#8211; Introspective Texts &#8211; For this panel, we will accept presentations that focus on the way texts can be self-reflexive and mirror the process of their own creation or reading.</p>
  258. <p>Panel III &#8211; Where is narrative? &#8211; This panel will be dedicated to ways in which digital media can be used to tell a story or to structure a narrative.</p>
  259. <p>Panel IV &#8211; Trans-multi-inter-meta: the medium &#8211; This panel will focus on the role of the medium in the production, transmission and understanding of text, as well as on the conditions of media interaction, convergence, and divergence.</p>
  260. <p>Panel V &#8211; Teaching the digital &#8211; This panel is focused on digital literacy and the teaching of electronic literature.</p>
  261. <p>Panel VI &#8211; Tracking and visualizing texts – This panel is dedicated to the collection, archive and preservation of literature. It also aims to address ways of analyzing and categorizing large amounts of data.</p>
  262. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  263. <p>SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE</p>
  264. <p>Ana Teresa Peixinho – Journalism and Narratology, University of Coimbra, Portugal<br />
  265. António Sousa Ribeiro – German Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal<br />
  266. Chiao-I Tseng – Film Studies and Multimodality, Universität Bremen, Germany<br />
  267. Espen Aarseth – Game Studies and Electronic Literature, Center for Computer Games Research, IT University of Copenhagen.<br />
  268. Janina Wildfeuer – Linguistics and Multimodality, Universität Bremen, Germany<br />
  269. John Bateman – Linguistics and Multimodality, Universität Bremen, Germany<br />
  270. Jorge Martins Rosa – Cyberculture and Digital Media, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal<br />
  271. María Teresa Vilariño Picos – Narratology and Digital Culture, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain<br />
  272. Ognyan Seizov – Communication Sciences and Multimodality, Universität Bremen, Germany<br />
  273. Osvaldo Silvestre – Literary Theory and Brazilian Studies, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal<br />
  274. Paulo Silva Pereira – Baroque and Portuguese Literature, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal<br />
  275. Pedro Serra – Cyberculture and Literature, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain<br />
  276. Sandy Baldwin – Electronic Literature and New Media, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA<br />
  277. Serge Bouchardon – Communication Sciences and Electronic Literature, University of Technology of Compiègne, France</p>
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  283. <title>ELO 2016 Begins!</title>
  284. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/06/elo-2016-begins/</link>
  285. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/06/elo-2016-begins/#comments</comments>
  286. <pubDate>Fri, 10 Jun 2016 08:31:31 +0000</pubDate>
  287. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
  288. <category><![CDATA[Calls]]></category>
  289. <category><![CDATA[ELO]]></category>
  290.  
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  292. <description><![CDATA[ELO 2016 at University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada http://elo2016.com #ELO16, #DHSI2016 Over 190 participants have arrived from around the world to Victoria, Canada for the 2016 international conference of the Electronic Literature Organization now underway,  the largest ELO conference to date. This year, the conference runs between two weeks of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute [...]]]></description>
  293. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://elo2016.com"><img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-2995" alt="ELO2016 Logo" src="http://eliterature.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Screen-Shot-2016-06-10-at-1.18.21-AM-150x150.png" width="150" height="150" /></a><strong>ELO 2016 at University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada</strong><br />
  294. <strong>http://elo2016.com</strong><br />
  295. <strong>#ELO16, #DHSI2016</strong></p>
  296. <p>Over 190 participants have arrived from around the world to Victoria, Canada for the 2016 international conference of the Electronic Literature Organization now underway,  the largest ELO conference to date.</p>
  297. <p>This year, the conference runs between two weeks of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI2016),  specifically its e-lit seminars.  Participants of DHSI are encouraged to join the conference for the weekend or with a special discounted day-pass.  This cohabitation of the events has led to one of the largest gatherings around electronic literature ever.</p>
  298. <p>ELO 2016 offers a <a href="http://elo2016.com/conference-schedule/">conference </a>and a <a href="http://elo2016.com/festival/">festival</a>, featuring panels, workshops, <a href="http://elo2016.com/festival/readings-performances/">artists talks, performances</a>, <a href="http://elo2016.com/festival/screenings/">screenings,</a> <a href="http://elo2016.com/festival/sound-installations/">sound installations</a>, and an <a href="http://elo2016.com/festival/exhibit/">exhibition</a>.  The conference is also showcasing the winners of the 4Humanities &#8220;<a href="http://elo2016.com/4humanities/">Shout Out for the Humanities</a>&#8221; contest.</p>
  299. <p>Participants will have the opportunity to interact with artists and scholars, and discuss ELO itself at our town hall event. Also, during Saturday night’s banquet, the 2016 ELO Prize will be awarded, with the N. Katherine Hayles award given to a scholarly work and the Robert Coover Award going to a creative work produced in the past 18 months.</p>
  300. <p>If you cannot join us in person, join us online at the website, on Twitter, or on Facebook. You can also hear artifacts from previous ELO events on <a href="http://elo2016.com/festival/radio-elo/">radioELO</a>.  Whether here in Victoria or somewhere in cyberspace, you can feel the buzz of this weekend&#8217;s conference as literature becomes electrified.</p>
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  306. <title>Meet ELO&#8217;s New Communication Team</title>
  307. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/05/meet-elos-new-communication-team/</link>
  308. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/05/meet-elos-new-communication-team/#comments</comments>
  309. <pubDate>Thu, 19 May 2016 14:44:04 +0000</pubDate>
  310. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
  311. <category><![CDATA[ELO]]></category>
  312.  
  313. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://eliterature.org/?p=2984</guid>
  314. <description><![CDATA[As ELO continues to grow and develop as an organization, we have an increasing number of activities and opportunities to share with our members and the world at large.  To keep information flowing, we are expanding our communications group. Meet the new communications team! Jeneen Naji, Élika Ortega, and Mia Zamora will be joining to help [...]]]></description>
  315. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>As ELO continues to grow and develop as an organization, we have an increasing number of activities and opportunities to share with our members and the world at large.  To keep information flowing, we are expanding our communications group.</p>
  316. <p>Meet the new communications team! <strong>Jeneen Naji</strong>, <strong>Élika Ortega</strong>, and <strong>Mia Zamora</strong> will be joining to help coordinate our social media and email communications.  Mark Marino will continue as Director of Communications.   Get to know our team, while they are getting to know you and your work!</p>
  317. <p><span id="more-2984"></span></p>
  318. <p>Bios:<br />
  319. <img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-2985" style="margin: 5px" alt="jenen naji profil pic" src="http://eliterature.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/jeneen-150x150.gif" width="150" height="150" /><strong>Dr. Jeneen Naji</strong> is Digital Media Faculty in the Department of Media Studies in Maynooth University, Ireland where she lectures on the B.A. Digital Media and the B.Sc. Multimedia, Mobile and Web Development run by the Department of Computer Science. She is also convener of the Maynooth University Digital Arts and Humanities Research Cluster. Dr. Naji is a member of the international editorial review board of the International Journal of Game-Based Learning (IJGBL) and a recipient of a prestigious Fulbright TechImpact award.</p>
  320. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  321. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  322. <p><img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-2986" style="margin: 5px" alt="Elika Ortega Guzman" src="http://eliterature.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/profilepic-150x150.jpg" width="150" height="150" /><strong>Élika Ortega</strong> is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas. Her work on e-lit is varied. She recently started <a href="http://elitreadinginstructions.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">A Handbook of E-Lit Reading</a>, an archive of instructions to read electronic literature works, and created two Twitter bots based on the work of the Mexican artist, theorist, and poet Ulises Carrión (1941-1989): <a href="https://twitter.com/BotCarrion" target="_blank">@BotCarrion</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/UC_Poesias_Bot" target="_blank">@UC_Poesias_Bot</a>. With Alex Saum-Pascual she led and co-curated <i>No Legacy || Literatura electrónica </i>(UC Berkeley, 2016). Élika is currently working on her first monograph <em>Textual Environments</em> and will join Northeastern University as an assistant professor in July.</p>
  323. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  324. <p><img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-2990" style="margin: 5px" alt="Mia Zamora profile pic" src="http://eliterature.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Photo-on-2-12-14-at-2.50-PM-150x150.jpg" width="150" height="150" /><strong>Mia Zamora</strong>, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of English, Director of the MA in Writing Studies, and Director of the National Writing Project site at Kean University (KUWP).  Dr. Zamora is a scholar of Electronic Literature and a digital humanist. She writes about how digital technologies are transforming learning in the 21st century. A prolific writer &amp; scholar, Dr. Zamora has won the Kean University Presidential Excellence Award for Teaching, she is a Fulbright scholar, she is a featured blogger for the Digital Media &amp; Learning Research Hub, and she is a past President of the New Jersey College English Association.</p>
  325. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  326. <p>&nbsp;</p>
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  332. <title>Mark Sample Joins ELO Board</title>
  333. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/05/mark-sample-joins-elo-board/</link>
  334. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/05/mark-sample-joins-elo-board/#comments</comments>
  335. <pubDate>Tue, 17 May 2016 21:27:38 +0000</pubDate>
  336. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
  337. <category><![CDATA[ELO]]></category>
  338.  
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  340. <description><![CDATA[ELO is pleased to announce that Mark Sample will be joining the Board of Directors.  Mark is a well-established scholar in the field of digital humanities and is also an author of works of electronic literature, including &#8220;Takei, George, which was published in the Electronic Literature Collection, volume 3.  ELO now has a full 20-person [...]]]></description>
  341. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>ELO is pleased to announce that Mark Sample will be joining the Board of Directors.  Mark is a well-established scholar in the field of digital humanities and is also an author of works of electronic literature, including &#8220;Takei, George, which was published in the Electronic Literature Collection, volume 3.  ELO now has a full 20-person Board as we head into the annual conference!</p>
  342. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  343. <blockquote><p>Mark Sample is an Associate Professor of Digital Studies at Davidson College, a liberal arts college just north of Charlotte, North Carolina. Mark’s teaching and research focuses on algorithmic culture, new media, and videogames. His examination of the representation of torture in videogames appeared in <i>Game Studies</i>, and he has a chapter called “Code” in the forthcoming <i>Debugging Game History </i>(MIT Press, 2016). Mark’s critique of the digital humanities’ approach to contemporary literature is a chapter in <i>Debates in the Digital Humanities </i>(University of Minnesota Press, 2012). Mark also co-authored <i>10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1));: GOTO 10</i>, a collaborative book about creative computing and the Commodore 64 (MIT Press, 2012). Mark’s creative work has appeared in <i>The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3</i>, as well as several exhibitions, including “Electronic Literature: A Matter of Bits” at the Stedman Gallery of Rutgers University-Camden.</p></blockquote>
  344. <p>&nbsp;</p>
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  349. <item>
  350. <title>Anastasia Salter Joins ELO Board</title>
  351. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/04/anastasia-salter-joins-elo-board/</link>
  352. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/04/anastasia-salter-joins-elo-board/#comments</comments>
  353. <pubDate>Mon, 25 Apr 2016 14:27:50 +0000</pubDate>
  354. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
  355. <category><![CDATA[ELO]]></category>
  356.  
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  358. <description><![CDATA[The Electronic Literature is pleased to welcome its newest Board Member Anastasia Salter. Anastasia has most recently served as an editor of the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3 and brings expertise on interactive games, software platforms and much more. Her full bio follows. Anastasia Salter is an assistant professor of digital media at the University [...]]]></description>
  359. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>The Electronic Literature is pleased to welcome its newest Board Member Anastasia Salter. Anastasia has most recently served as an editor of the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3 and brings expertise on interactive games, software platforms and much more.</p>
  360. <p>Her full bio follows.</p>
  361. <p><span id="more-2968"></span></p>
  362. <blockquote><p>Anastasia Salter is an assistant professor of digital media at the University of Central Florida. She is the author of What is Your Quest? From Adventure Games to Interactive Books (University of Iowa Press, 2014), an examination of the role convergent media platforms have played in reshaping interactive narrative, and co-author of Flash: Building the Interactive Web (MIT Press, 2014), the first academic study of Adobe’s influential Flash creative software platform. Her recent projects include the editorial team of the Electronic Literature Collection Volume 3 (2016), a curated international collection of electronic literature, and co-editing the “Comics as Scholarship” experimental issue for Digital Humanities Quarterly (2015). Her work has appeared in the Journal of Broadcasting &amp; Electronic Media, The Journal of Popular Culture, Electronic Book Review, Transformative Works and Cultures, and several other venues. She is currently an elected member of the THATCamp Council, and previously served on the board and as president of the North American Simulation and Gaming Association.</p></blockquote>
  363. <p>ELO also says thank you to Board Member D. Fox Harrell who is stepping down. We are grateful for his generous service and thoughtful contributions to the organization.</p>
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  369. <title>April is ePoetry Month</title>
  370. <link>http://eliterature.org/2016/04/april-is-epoetry-month/</link>
  371. <comments>http://eliterature.org/2016/04/april-is-epoetry-month/#comments</comments>
  372. <pubDate>Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:19:31 +0000</pubDate>
  373. <dc:creator>Mark Marino</dc:creator>
  374. <category><![CDATA[ELO]]></category>
  375. <category><![CDATA[Events]]></category>
  376.  
  377. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://eliterature.org/?p=2952</guid>
  378. <description><![CDATA[  During the month of April, the USA celebrates National Poetry Month, a literary celebration inaugurated by theAcademy of American Poets in 1996. To join the celebrations, the Electronic Literature Organization and I ♥ E-Poetry will be publishing a calendar (below) to highlight e-poetry performance and publication events from around the world. The ELC3 Bot will be featuring 54 works of e-poetrypublished [...]]]></description>
  379. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p style="text-align: center;"> <img class="aligncenter  wp-image-2958" alt="epoetry_month" src="http://eliterature.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/iepoetrymonthlogo-1024x244.png" width="512" height="122" /></p>
  380. <p>During the month of April, the USA celebrates <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Poetry_Month" target="_blank">National Poetry Month</a>, a literary celebration inaugurated by the<a href="http://www.poets.org/national-poetry-month/home" target="_blank">Academy of American Poets</a> in 1996. To join the celebrations, the <a href="http://eliterature.org/" target="_blank">Electronic Literature Organization</a> and I ♥ E-Poetry will be publishing a calendar (below) to highlight e-poetry performance and publication events from around the world.</p>
  381. <p>The <a href="https://twitter.com/ELC3bot" target="_blank">ELC3 Bot</a> will be featuring <a href="http://collection.eliterature.org/3/keyword.html#poetry" target="_blank">54 works of e-poetry</a>published in the <a href="http://collection.eliterature.org/3/" target="_blank">Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3</a>.</p>
  382. <p>Don’t know what e-poetry is? <a href="http://iloveepoetry.com/?p=11968" target="_blank">Read Leonardo Flores&#8217; definition</a>.</p>
  383. <p>The calendar below will be updated regularly during the month of April. To add your events, publications, performances, etc to the calendar, please contact Leonardo Flores at <a href="mailto:[email protected]" target="_blank">leonardo.flores at upr.edu</a>.</p>
  384. <p>&nbsp;</p>
  385. <p><iframe style="border: 0;" src="https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=upr.edu_kkh3ma0anlkemaldcbt2p53nj4%40group.calendar.google.com&amp;ctz=America/Los_Angeles" height="600" width="450" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe></p>
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