By Ray Siemens, Susan Schreibman
This Companion deals an in depth exam of the way new applied sciences are altering the character of literary experiences, from scholarly modifying and literary feedback, to interactive fiction and immersive environments.
- A whole evaluation exploring the applying of computing in literary reviews
- Includes the seminal writings from the sphere
- Focuses on equipment and views, new genres, formatting matters, and top practices for electronic maintenance
- Explores the hot genres of hypertext literature, installations, gaming, and internet blogs
- The Appendix serves as an annotated bibliography
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In lieu of an answer, let me here conclude simply by being clear about the immense stakes involved in the mission of the present volume, which, as I suggested, is not just to narrate but to prepare to imagine. Let me tell an open-ended story. Once upon a time, ‘‘literature’’ in the general sense of ‘‘letters’’ was the darling of the great new medium of its time, writing, which – like any medium – organized and served as the interface between new technological, communicational, and computational protocols.
And pagus always indicates the country, the region. . It is the place where one compacts with something else. . It is a place of boundaries. Boundaries are not borders. And the relation with the gods, including the pragmatic relation of discourses, does not obey a pragmatics of border to border, between the two perfectly defined blocks or two armies, or two verbal sets, confronting each other. On the contrary, it is a place of ceaseless negotiations and ruses. Which means that there is no reference by which to judge the opponent’s strength; one does not know if s/he is a god or a human.
19 I borrow this observation from Kirschenbaum, MS, p. 44. 20 For a review of research literature on digital, online, and multimedia literacy, see Monica Bulger’s research paper for the University of California Transliteracies Project on online reading practices (Bulger 2006). 21 I have mentioned most, but not all of the contributors to this volume in the discussion above. Omissions are purely an artifact of the need to capture a kind of ‘‘lossy,’’ reducedinformation image of the volume as a whole not redundant with the volume’s table of contents.