Sandy Baldwin

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Rochester , NY
United States
New York US
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United States
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Sandy Baldwin is Associate Professor of English at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He received his PhD from New York University and is a Fulbright Scholar. His work imagines the future of literary studies in a digital age. 

 (source: Regards Croisés: Perspectives on Digital Literature)

Critical writing by this author:

Title Publication Type Publisher Yearsort descending
Session 5.1 Subversive Texts Conference panel or roundtable
E-lit Pedagogy in Global Setting Conference panel or roundtable
A Poem Is a Machine to Think With: Digital Poetry and the Paradox of Innovation Article in a print journal, Article in an online journal, Review Postmodern Culture 2003
Process Window: Code Work, Code Aesthetics, Code Poetics Article or chapter in a book Cybertext Yearbook 2003
The Nihilanth: Immersivity in a First-Person Gaming Mod Article in an online journal The Iowa Review Web 2006
Wiki Notes on International Electronic Literature from the 2007 ELO Symposium Panel on International Electronic LIterature Notes and Drafts 2007
International Electronic LIterature Conference panel or roundtable 2007
Logging In Conference paper or presentation 2008
Code: Redact <Redact> Conference paper or presentation 2008
Ping Poetics Article in an online journal Electronic Book Review (ebr) 2009
Against Digital Poetics Conference paper or presentation 2009
Logging In and Getting Off: Login, Labor, Literature, and the Subject of the Net Article in a print journal, Article in an online journal symploke 2009
Writing Organism: CAPTCHA as a paradigm of *literary* digital textuality Conference paper or presentation 2010
Preface [to Regards Croisés: Perspectives on Digital Literature] Article or chapter in a book West Virginia University Press 2010
On Display: Body-­Machine-­Poem Conference paper or presentation 2011
Cicatrix: Pain, Sex, and Dying in E-Literature Forum 2012
Editing Electronic Literature in the Global Publishing System Conference paper or presentation 2013
The Absence and Potential of Electronic Literature Conference paper or presentation 2013
The Idiocy of the Digital Literary (and what does it have to do with digital humanities)? Article in an online journal DHQ Digital Humanities Quarterly 2013
R/W/E or CHMOD -777 Article in a print journal 2013

Editorial work:

Title Yearsort descending Publisher
music/sound/noise 2000 Electronic Book Review (ebr)
Regards Croisés: Perspectives on Digital Literature 2010 West Virginia University Press
Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project (PDF e-book) 2014 ELMCIP: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice, Center for Literary Computing, West Virginia University, West Virginia University Press
PO.EX: Essays from Portugal on Cyberliterature and Intermedia 2014 Center for Literary Computing, West Virginia University
Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project (e-Pub) 2014 ELMCIP: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice, Center for Literary Computing, West Virginia University, West Virginia University Press
Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project 2014 ELMCIP: Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice, Center for Literary Computing, West Virginia University
Electronic Literature Communities 2015 Center for Literary Computing, West Virginia University
Hyperrhiz 16: Globalizing Electronic Literature 2017 Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures
E-Lit in Arabic Universities: Status Quo and Challenges 2017 Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures
Looking Back while Moving Forward: The Case of Concrete Poetry and Sankofa 2017 Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures
“No Country for E-Lit?” – India and Electronic Literature 2017 Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures
Transcontinental Texts: Reality or Fantasy? Muhammad Sanajilah's Novel Chat as a Sample 2017 Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures
ELO 2017: Book of Abstracts and Catalogs 2017 Edições UFP

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