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Critical Writing

4814 records
Title Author Publication Type Appears in Updated Year
Back matter 22.09.2021
Part 1. Contexts 22.09.2021
Front matter 22.09.2021
Part 4. Artist Interventions 22.09.2021
Part 3. Practices 22.09.2021

Authors

4430 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Seyerlein Louis Andreas 22.09.2021
Nestvold Ruth 22.09.2021
Hocks Mary 22.09.2021
Bantleon Katharina 22.09.2021
Bernhart Walter 22.09.2021

Platform/Software

292 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Nvidia Shield Portable Nvidia 2013 22.09.2021
Xbox 360 Microsoft 2005 22.09.2021
Playstation 3 Sony Interactive Entertainment 2006 22.09.2021
Playstation 2 Sony Interactive Entertainment 2000 22.09.2021
Ruffle 27.08.2021

Teaching Resources

95 records
Title Author Type of Resource Updatedsort ascending
Fractured Fairy Tale Project Mark Sample Lesson plan 25.06.2020
Digital Genres: Digital Art, Electronic Literature, and Computer Games (DIKULT 103, Spring 2020) Daniel Jung, Hannah Ackermans, Nick Montfort Syllabus 26.02.2020
Electronic Literature (DIG 220, Fall 2017) Mark Sample Syllabus 08.12.2019
Electronic Literature (DTC 338, Special Topics) Will Luers Syllabus 27.09.2019
Digital Humanities in Practice (DIKULT 207, UiB, Fall 2019) Scott Rettberg, Hannah Ackermans, Patricia Tomaszek Syllabus 07.08.2019

Publishers and Journals

880 records
Name Updatedsort ascending
Routledge 22.09.2021
Brill 22.09.2021
Style 22.09.2021
Simulation & Gaming 22.09.2021
New Riders 22.09.2021

Organizations

698 records

Events

654 records
Name Event Date City Country Updatedsort ascending
Modern Language Association Conference 09.09.2021
Modern Language Association Conference, 2015 Chicago United States 27.08.2021
#GraphPoem @ DHSI 2021 11.06.2021 Canada 17.08.2021
#GraphPoem 04.10.2010 17.08.2021
DHSI 2021 — Online Edition: Aligned Conferences & Events 06.06.2021 Victoria Canada 17.08.2021

Databases and Archives

72 records
Name Organization Responsible Project Type Updatedsort ascending
The NEXT Electronic Literature Organization Archive 03.06.2021
Lab-yrinthe Database 31.05.2021
netart latino database Database 30.05.2021
VR Nonfiction: A Mediography University of the West of England, Bristol Database 14.12.2020
Fourth VR Database 14.12.2020