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Electronic Literature As a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) : A Report from the Hera Joint Research Project.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Computing Literature SerPublisher: Morgantown : West Virginia University Press, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (432 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9788299908948
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Electronic Literature As a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) : A Report from the Hera Joint Research ProjectDDC classification:
  • 004
LOC classification:
  • QA76 -- .E443 2014eb
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Contents:
Intro -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Seminar Reports -- Electronic Literature Communities -- Emergence of Community: Organic Growth or External Stimulation -- Organic Community Spaces: Listservs, Blogs, and Online Journals -- External Stimulation: Awards, Commissions, and Competitions -- Front Avant-Garde to Mainstream? -- Bibliography -- Electronic Literature Publishing Practices: Distinct Traditions and Collaborating Communities -- Main Findings and Conclusions from the Report -- Reflections on the Survey -- New Platforms, New Distribution Models -- The Impact of ELMCIP -- Recommendations -- Bilbiography -- Electronic Literature Pedagogies -- Digital Literature and Pedagogy Workshop -- Policy Recommendations -- Bibliography -- E-Literature and New Media Art -- Bibliography -- Poetics in Digital Communities and in Digital Literature -- The Institutional Position of Digital Literature -- A Community of Digital Literature -- Resistance and Critical Engagement -- Poetics: Affect and Embodiment in Digital Literature -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Electronic Literature with Performance -- Practice-as-Research as a Methodology -- Day One: Recognizably Theoretical Papers -- Day Two: Practice-Based Presentations and Performances -- Works-In-Progress -- Publication -- List of Publications for Performance Research Journal 18.5: Writing and Digital Media -- Curation of the Performance Program at Remediating the Social, Edinburgh College of Art -- Bibliography -- Project Reports -- ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature -- Background -- Submission and Selection Process -- Design and Development -- Publication and Distribution -- The Hyperstitial Poetics of Network Media -- The Works -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Electronic Literature Publishing and Distribution in Europe -- Findings by Region and Country -- Norway -- Denmark.
Sweden -- Finland -- Iceland -- The Baltic Region (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) -- Electronic Literature Written in German (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) -- Electronic Literature Competitions and Prizes -- Art Venues -- Portals and Publishers -- Poland -- Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Romania -- Slovenia -- Croatia and Serbia -- Bulgaria -- Greece -- Italy -- Prizes and Exhibitions -- Spain -- Prizes and Festivals -- Portugal -- France -- Portals and Reviews -- Anthologies -- Prizes and Festivals -- Switzerland -- Luxemburg -- Belgium -- Netherlands -- United Kingdon -- Reviews and Collections -- Prizes and Festivals -- Portals and Archiving Initiatives -- Ireland -- Findings by Category -- Commercial Publications -- Reviews and Journals -- Portals -- Online Art Sites Including Electronic Literature -- Offline Art Sites Including Electronic Literature -- Electronic Literature Collections -- Competitions -- Europe-Wide Patterns -- Preliminary Conclusions -- The Original Research Plan -- Bibliography -- Ethnographies of Co-Creation and Collaboration as Models of Creativity -- Some Notes on the Ethnography of Networked Communities -- Note 1: Ethno + Graphy -- Note 2: Creative Land -- Note 3: On Method and Fieldwork Practices -- Note 4: Rhizome -- Note 5: Nomadic Movement -- Note 6: Serendipity -- Note 7: Sculptural Writing -- Furtherfield -- A Beginning -- We Are A Family -- Starting Up -- The Website -- We Are Public: The Furtherfield Gallery -- Residencies -- The New Gallery -- We Are Virtual: Furtherstudio, Furthernoise, and Netbehaviour -- Furtherfield: The Extended Family -- Housekeeping and Home Economics -- Furtherfield: A Nourishing Entity--A Community Garden -- DIWO: Do It With Others -- The Future -- Postscript -- Bibliography -- The ELMCIP Knowledge Base -- Project Background.
Problem: How to Document and Make Visible Creative and Scholarly Electronic Literary Practices? -- Challenge: Build Institutional Infrastructure to Secure Memory and Develop Context -- Challenge: Map the Context to Understand and Facilitate a Literary Ecology -- Challenge: Identify Networks of Relations to Better Understand Literary Community -- Environmental Scan--Related Work in the Field -- Project Development, Evolution, and Workflow -- The Context of the ELMCIP Project -- Original Intent of Knowledge Base and Evolution of Project Scope -- The Project Team -- Workflow, Improvisation, and the Inductive, Agile Method of Development -- Platform and Technical Development -- Field Definitions: The Politics and Ideology of Defining a Field -- Content Types and Fields in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base -- Author (Person) -- Work -- Critical Writing -- Publisher -- Organization -- Event -- Teaching Resource -- Databases and Archives -- Platform/Software -- Applications of the Knowledge Base -- Basic Research Functionality -- Bibliographic/Information Science Functions -- Archival Functions -- Digital Humanities Platform Research -- Pedagogical Applications -- Internationalization and Opening Discourses Between Communities -- The "Extrinsic Database -- Distant Reading" and Visualization-Based Analytic Research -- State of the Project at the End of the ELMCIP Grant and Plans for Future Development -- Bibliography -- Appendices -- Appendix A: All Peer-Review Publications Emerging from the ELMCIP Project -- 1. Publications Developed Directly by the ELMCIP Project -- Contents of Remediating the Social -- Contents of the ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature -- Contents of Dichtung Digital 41 -- Contents of Dichtung Digital 42 -- Contents of Thematic Section, Primerjalna Književnost 36.1 -- Contents of Performance Research 18:3.
Contents of Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project -- 2. Other ELMCIP Publications in Peer-Review Venues -- 3. Video Documentaries -- Appendix B: Dissemination and Knowledge Exchange Activities of the ELMCIP Project Principal Investigators: Conferences and Public Lecture Presentations -- Jill Walker Rettberg, Co-Investigator -- Eric Rasmussen, Researcher -- IP 2: Blekinge Institute of Technology -- Mara Engberg, Principal Investigator -- Talan Memmott, Co-Investigator -- David Prater, Researcher -- IP 3: University of Amsterdam -- Yra Van Dijk, Principal Investigator -- IP 4: University of Ljubljana -- Janez Strehovec, Principal Investigator -- IP 5: University of Jyväskylä -- Raine Koskimaa, Principal Investigator -- Giovanna Di Rosario, Researcher -- IP 6: University College Falmouth -- Jerome Fletcher, Principal Investigator -- IP 7: University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh College of Art) -- Simon Biggs, Principal Investigator -- Magnus Lawrie -- Author Biographies -- Index -- Back Cover.
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Intro -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Seminar Reports -- Electronic Literature Communities -- Emergence of Community: Organic Growth or External Stimulation -- Organic Community Spaces: Listservs, Blogs, and Online Journals -- External Stimulation: Awards, Commissions, and Competitions -- Front Avant-Garde to Mainstream? -- Bibliography -- Electronic Literature Publishing Practices: Distinct Traditions and Collaborating Communities -- Main Findings and Conclusions from the Report -- Reflections on the Survey -- New Platforms, New Distribution Models -- The Impact of ELMCIP -- Recommendations -- Bilbiography -- Electronic Literature Pedagogies -- Digital Literature and Pedagogy Workshop -- Policy Recommendations -- Bibliography -- E-Literature and New Media Art -- Bibliography -- Poetics in Digital Communities and in Digital Literature -- The Institutional Position of Digital Literature -- A Community of Digital Literature -- Resistance and Critical Engagement -- Poetics: Affect and Embodiment in Digital Literature -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Electronic Literature with Performance -- Practice-as-Research as a Methodology -- Day One: Recognizably Theoretical Papers -- Day Two: Practice-Based Presentations and Performances -- Works-In-Progress -- Publication -- List of Publications for Performance Research Journal 18.5: Writing and Digital Media -- Curation of the Performance Program at Remediating the Social, Edinburgh College of Art -- Bibliography -- Project Reports -- ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature -- Background -- Submission and Selection Process -- Design and Development -- Publication and Distribution -- The Hyperstitial Poetics of Network Media -- The Works -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Electronic Literature Publishing and Distribution in Europe -- Findings by Region and Country -- Norway -- Denmark.

Sweden -- Finland -- Iceland -- The Baltic Region (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) -- Electronic Literature Written in German (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) -- Electronic Literature Competitions and Prizes -- Art Venues -- Portals and Publishers -- Poland -- Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Romania -- Slovenia -- Croatia and Serbia -- Bulgaria -- Greece -- Italy -- Prizes and Exhibitions -- Spain -- Prizes and Festivals -- Portugal -- France -- Portals and Reviews -- Anthologies -- Prizes and Festivals -- Switzerland -- Luxemburg -- Belgium -- Netherlands -- United Kingdon -- Reviews and Collections -- Prizes and Festivals -- Portals and Archiving Initiatives -- Ireland -- Findings by Category -- Commercial Publications -- Reviews and Journals -- Portals -- Online Art Sites Including Electronic Literature -- Offline Art Sites Including Electronic Literature -- Electronic Literature Collections -- Competitions -- Europe-Wide Patterns -- Preliminary Conclusions -- The Original Research Plan -- Bibliography -- Ethnographies of Co-Creation and Collaboration as Models of Creativity -- Some Notes on the Ethnography of Networked Communities -- Note 1: Ethno + Graphy -- Note 2: Creative Land -- Note 3: On Method and Fieldwork Practices -- Note 4: Rhizome -- Note 5: Nomadic Movement -- Note 6: Serendipity -- Note 7: Sculptural Writing -- Furtherfield -- A Beginning -- We Are A Family -- Starting Up -- The Website -- We Are Public: The Furtherfield Gallery -- Residencies -- The New Gallery -- We Are Virtual: Furtherstudio, Furthernoise, and Netbehaviour -- Furtherfield: The Extended Family -- Housekeeping and Home Economics -- Furtherfield: A Nourishing Entity--A Community Garden -- DIWO: Do It With Others -- The Future -- Postscript -- Bibliography -- The ELMCIP Knowledge Base -- Project Background.

Problem: How to Document and Make Visible Creative and Scholarly Electronic Literary Practices? -- Challenge: Build Institutional Infrastructure to Secure Memory and Develop Context -- Challenge: Map the Context to Understand and Facilitate a Literary Ecology -- Challenge: Identify Networks of Relations to Better Understand Literary Community -- Environmental Scan--Related Work in the Field -- Project Development, Evolution, and Workflow -- The Context of the ELMCIP Project -- Original Intent of Knowledge Base and Evolution of Project Scope -- The Project Team -- Workflow, Improvisation, and the Inductive, Agile Method of Development -- Platform and Technical Development -- Field Definitions: The Politics and Ideology of Defining a Field -- Content Types and Fields in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base -- Author (Person) -- Work -- Critical Writing -- Publisher -- Organization -- Event -- Teaching Resource -- Databases and Archives -- Platform/Software -- Applications of the Knowledge Base -- Basic Research Functionality -- Bibliographic/Information Science Functions -- Archival Functions -- Digital Humanities Platform Research -- Pedagogical Applications -- Internationalization and Opening Discourses Between Communities -- The "Extrinsic Database -- Distant Reading" and Visualization-Based Analytic Research -- State of the Project at the End of the ELMCIP Grant and Plans for Future Development -- Bibliography -- Appendices -- Appendix A: All Peer-Review Publications Emerging from the ELMCIP Project -- 1. Publications Developed Directly by the ELMCIP Project -- Contents of Remediating the Social -- Contents of the ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature -- Contents of Dichtung Digital 41 -- Contents of Dichtung Digital 42 -- Contents of Thematic Section, Primerjalna Književnost 36.1 -- Contents of Performance Research 18:3.

Contents of Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project -- 2. Other ELMCIP Publications in Peer-Review Venues -- 3. Video Documentaries -- Appendix B: Dissemination and Knowledge Exchange Activities of the ELMCIP Project Principal Investigators: Conferences and Public Lecture Presentations -- Jill Walker Rettberg, Co-Investigator -- Eric Rasmussen, Researcher -- IP 2: Blekinge Institute of Technology -- Mara Engberg, Principal Investigator -- Talan Memmott, Co-Investigator -- David Prater, Researcher -- IP 3: University of Amsterdam -- Yra Van Dijk, Principal Investigator -- IP 4: University of Ljubljana -- Janez Strehovec, Principal Investigator -- IP 5: University of Jyväskylä -- Raine Koskimaa, Principal Investigator -- Giovanna Di Rosario, Researcher -- IP 6: University College Falmouth -- Jerome Fletcher, Principal Investigator -- IP 7: University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh College of Art) -- Simon Biggs, Principal Investigator -- Magnus Lawrie -- Author Biographies -- Index -- Back Cover.

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