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New literary hybrids in the age of multimedia expression : crossing borders, crossing genres / edited By Marcel Cornis-Pope, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Amsterdam, the Netherlands ; Philadelphia, PA : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2014]
Description:
vii, 455 pages ; 26 cm.
Series:
  • Comparative history of literatures in European languages ; v. 27. [More in this series]
  • Comparative history of literatures in European languages = Histoire comparée des littératures de langues européennes, 0238-0668 ; volume XXVII
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
General Introduction / Marcel Cornis-Pope -- Multimedia Productions in Theoretical and Historical Perspective. Theoretical Explorations. Katarina Peovic Vukovic: Electronic Literature and Modes of Production: Art in the Era of Digital and Digital- Network Paradigm -- Rui Torres, Manuel Portela, and Maria do Carmo Castelo Branco de Sequeira: Methodological Rationale for the Taxonomy of the PO. EX Digital Archive -- Verónica Galíndez-Jorge: The Role of Genetic Criticism in the Debates Concerning Literary Creativity -- Historical Contextualizations. Karl Jirgens: Beckett and Beyond: Ergodic Texts, the Neo-Baroque, and Intermedia Performance as Social Sculpture -- Bernardo Piciché: A Forerunner of "Cybridity": The "Tachipanism" of the Italian Futurists -- Michael Wutz: Articulate Flesh: D.H. Lawrence and the Modern Media Ecology -- Regional and Intercultural Projects. Yra van Dijk: Picking up the Pieces: History and Memory in European Digital Literature -- Pedro de Andrade: Postcolonial Co-Ordinary Literature and the Web 2.0/3.0: "Thinking Back" within Transmediatic Knowledge -- Eva Midden: (Re- )Writing Religious and Gender Identities in the Netherlands -- Marcel Cornis-Pope: New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression: The Case of "Post-Colonial" East-Central Europe -- Reneta Vankova Bozhankova: "A Sense of Place: The Virtual Cartography of Russian and Other Eastern European Literatures -- Nevena Dakovic and Ivana Uspenski: The Memory of the Holocaust and the New Hyper/Cyber-Textuality -- Forms and Genres. Talan Memmott: On Codework: A Phenomenology of an Anti-Genre -- Astrid Ensslin: The Metazone of the Festival Dada: Jason Nelson's Evidence of Everything Exploding -- Leonora Flis: Nonfiction Comics as a Medium of Remembrance and Mourning and as a Cosmopolitan Genre of Social and Political Engagement -- Bogumila Suwara: Hybridization of Text and Image: The Case of Photography -- Joanna Spassova-Dikova: Communicating Posthuman Bodies in Contemporary Performance Arts -- Victoria Pérez Royo: The Image between Cinema and Performance: Transformations and Interactions -- Reneta Vankova Bozhankova: The Blog, or the Domicile of Days: Eastern European Online Literary Diaries -- Readers and Rewriters in Multimedia Environments. Alan Bigelow: "Ten Reasons Why I Read Digital Literature" -- Francesca Pasquali: Authors, Readers, and Convergence Culture: Storytelling in the Social Network Era -- Marcel Cornis-Pope: Author-Reader Interactions in the Age of Hypertextual and Multimedia Communication -- Janez Strehovec: The E-Literary Text as an Instrument and a Ride: Novel Forms of Digital Literature and the Expanded Concept of Reading -- Susana Tosca and Helle Nina Pedersen: Tablets and the New Materiality of Reading -- Artur Matuck: De-Scripting through Virtual Typewriters: as Reported by Caliban, a Sperker of Ynglish Langbage.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
  • 9789027234636 (hb)
  • 9027234639 (hb)
  • (electronic bk.)
LCCN:
2014030021
OCLC:
885231593
International Article Number:
  • 9789027234636
Editor:
RCP:
N - S