Collaborative Reading Praxis

Critical Writing
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Marino, Douglass, and Pressman describe their award-winning collaborative project, Reading Project: A Collaborative Analysis of William Poundstone’s Project for Tachistoscope {Bottomless Pit} (2015). Given the novelty of Poundstone’s work and its deviation from traditional forms of print-based literature, the authors break down the methods and platforms that allowed them to respond with new ways of reading—what they call “close reading (reimagined).” Indeed, their respective methods of interpreting Poundstone reminds that the field of e-literature not only brings new literary forms to our critical attention, but also necessitates that hermeneutics adapt to digital contexts as well.

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Titlesort descending Date Location
Digital Arts and Culture 2009
Electronic Literature Organization 2010: Archive & Innovate 03.06.2010
Brown University Providence , RI
United States
Rhode Island US
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