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Authors

3776 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
McCarthy Lauren 01.10.2019
McMillan Kevin 27.09.2019
Keefer Scot 27.09.2019
Gibbs Anna 24.09.2019
Husárová Zuzana 24.09.2019

Platform/Software

241 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Swiffy Google Inc. 24.06.2019
Barnes and Noble 1885 13.06.2019
Autodesk FBX Autodesk 12.06.2019
Prose Charles O. Hartman 1996 13.11.2018
Commodore 128 1985 09.10.2018

Teaching Resources

92 records
Title Author Type of Resource Updatedsort ascending
Digital Humanities in Practice (DIKULT 207, UiB, Fall 2013) Patricia Tomaszek, Scott Rettberg Syllabus 09.11.2017
Digital Humanities in Practice (DIKULT 207, Fall 2017) Álvaro Seiça Syllabus 21.09.2017
Digital Humanities in Practice (DIKULT 207, Autumn 2016) Álvaro Seiça, Scott Rettberg Syllabus 24.08.2017
Digital Literatures (ATS3091) Simone Murray Syllabus 08.06.2017
Portal del proyecte Dante Laura Borràs Castanyer, Raffaele Pinto Lesson plan 16.11.2016

Events

571 records
Name Event Date City Country Updatedsort ascending
What [in the World] was Postmodernism? 03.06.2015 New Zealand 24.09.2019
Electronic Literature Organization 2019: Peripheries (ELO 2019) 15.07.2019 Cork 16.09.2019
Turn on Literature Exhibition 04.11.2017 Bergen Norway 10.09.2019
The Turn on Literature Prize 2017 04.07.2017 10.09.2019
The Turn on Literature Prize 10.09.2019

Databases and Archives

66 records
Name Organization Responsible Project Type Updatedsort ascending
CELL Search Engine Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL) Database 24.09.2018
Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience... Archive 12.09.2018
Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience... Electronic Literature Organization, Washington State University Vancouver, Creative Media and Digital Culture Program Archive 12.09.2018
Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Epheme... Archive 14.08.2018
Oulipo: Ouvroir de littérature potentiel... OULIPO Archive 20.04.2018