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Authors

4003 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Pitman Thea 21.09.2020
Meza Nohelia 21.09.2020
Zheng Yan 19.09.2020
Saum-Pascual Alex 18.09.2020
Hockx Michel 18.09.2020

Platform/Software

255 records
Titlesort descending Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Inform 1995 21.10.2015
Ink inkle 2011 02.09.2020
Instagram 2010 11.11.2016
Internet Explorer 1995 11.11.2016
iOS Apple Inc. 2007 01.11.2016

Publishers and Journals

796 records
Name Updated
Above/Ground Press 16.06.2017
Academia del Hispanismo 26.09.2019
ACM interactions 07.01.2013
ACM SIGWEB Newsletter 14.09.2013
Activision 29.09.2011

Events

618 records
Name Event Date City Country Updated
Literatuur op het Scherm 13.12.2014 08.11.2017
Under Construction: literatures digitals i aproximacions teòriques 14.04.2004 Barcelona Spain 30.11.2016
"Quo vadis elektronická kultúra?" 26.09.2012 Bratislava Slovakia 30.11.2016
"The Digital Subject: Questioning Hypermnesia" - International and Transdisciplinary Conference 13.11.2012 Saint-Denis France 30.11.2016
"vielSeitig: Europäisches Literaturfestival": Alexandra Saemmer & Philippe Bootz 26.10.2012 Siegen Germany 30.11.2016

Databases and Archives

67 records
Namesort descending Organization Responsible Project Type Updated
Australian Electronic Literature Directo... Creative Nation: New Media Writing Database 14.05.2012
Biblumliteraria Fundación Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes Archive 18.07.2014
CELL Search Engine Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL) Database 24.09.2018
Ciberia: Biblioteca de Literatura Digita... Universidad Complutense, LEETHI Research Group, Ciberia Project Archive 24.06.2019
compArt daDA: the database Digital Art University of Bremen Database 16.11.2017