Archive for the 'Conferences' Category

[Blogging from the ELO event, Visionary Landscapes]
“Provocation by Program”
Imagining a Next-Revolution ELIZA
Nick Montfort and Andrew Stern
(This is an unusual post. I’m using a very different blog voice with a very different goal in mind. I am writing this blog post as a set of notes framed as a dialogue with all the […]

Attendees of the Chicago 2007 MLA conference are invited to join Mark and Jeremy on Fri. Dec 28 as they participate in the poster session/exhibition “Electronic Literature: Reading, Writing, Navigating”, as well as Jeremy’s presentation on the panel “New Reading Interfaces”. If you’d like to stop by and say hi during the conference, our […]

ELO is back with a vengeance. With its publication of the Electronic Literature Collection, its recent alliance with the Library of Congress, and its next installment of an annual conference, the organization, now under the directorship of Joseph Tabbi of ebr is on its way toward becoming a vibrant and lit-shaping (and litscaping) organization.
This […]

Some colleagues at U. California Santa Barbara are hosting a conference on Baudrillard that might interest WRT readers as it connects new media to broader philosophical and cultural issues. The deadline for 250 word abstracts is Feb 4th, the conference is April 18-19, 2008. Here is an excerpt from the call:

The Succession of […]

This past week at the University of California, Irvine, all the members of Grand Text Auto descended on the Beall Center for an exhibition of their work and a symposium. How does a blog become an exhibit? Quite easily, as the artist/critics of that widely read blog presented works from their variegated repertoire.
Included […]

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