Reading Moving Letters: Digital Literature in Research and Teaching

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Digital media is increasingly finding its way into the discussions of the humanities classroom. But while we have a number of grand theoretical texts about digital literature we as yet have little in the way of resources for discussing the down-to-earth practices of research, teaching, and curriculum necessary for this work to mature. This book presents contributions by scholars and teachers from different countries and academic environments who articulate their approach to the study and teaching of digital literature and thus give a broader audience an idea of the state-of-the-art of the subject matter also in international comparison.(Source: Publisher's abstract)

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"Reading Moving Letters" addresses this need [for pedagogic resources] on an up-to-date basis and provides examinateions in an international comparative persepctive: terminological considerations, close readings, institutional aspects, pedagogical concerns, experiences, and solutions shared by authors from different academic backgrounds.


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Patricia Tomaszek