Book (Ph.D. dissertation) - print

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“I think, therefore I connect”. Database, connessionismo ed esopoiesi nel romanzo anglo-americano (1995-2011) Ugo Panzani
Writing games: Collaborative Writing in Digital-Ludic Spaces Nicole Emmelhainz
What you click is what you get? - Die Stellung von Autoren und Lesern in interaktiver digitaler Literatur Anja Rau
Travels in Cybertextuality. The Challenge of Ergodic Literature and Ludology to Literary Theory Markku Eskelinen
Towards Cinematic Hypertext : A theoretical and Empirical Investigation Clara Mancini
Towards a Poetics of Virtual Worlds. Multiuser Textuality and the Emergence of Story Lisbeth Klastrup
Theory and technology for computational narrative: an approach to generative and interactive narrative with bases in algebraic semiotics and cognitive linguistics D. Fox Harrell
The story, the touchscreen and the child: how narrative apps tell stories Yan Zheng
The Rematerialization of Poetry: From the Bookbound to the Digital Lori Emerson
The Metanovel: Writing Stories by Computer James Richard Meehan
The Gothic in Contemporary Interactive Fictions Van Leavenworth
Textopia: Experiments with Locative Literature Anders Sundnes Løvlie
Tekstspill i hypertekst. Koherensopplevelse og sjangergjenkjennelse i lesing av multimodale hyperfiksjoner Hans Kristian Rustad
Techno-historical Limits of the Interface: The Performance of Interactive Narrative Experiences Andrew Hutchison
Szellem a gépben. A hypertext Zoltán Szűts
Rhetorical Convergence: Earlier Media Influence on Web Media Form Anders Fagerjord
Repetition and Recombination: Reading Network Fiction David Ciccoricco
Reconfiguração do conhecimento no espaço hipermediático. Análise e avaliação de cinco arquivos digitais Diogo Gomes
Recombinant Poetics: Emergent Meaning as Examined and Explored Within a Specific Generative Virtual Environment Bill Seaman
Reading Digital Poetry. Interface, Interaction, and Interpretation Matti Kangaskoski
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