Electronic Literature by Women Authors

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This collection includes electronic literature, new media artworks and critical writing created by women. There are works that are related to psychological, political and ethic issues, cyberfeminism, women and new technologies, women networks, gender issues, women/men/LGBT rights, queer theory, embodiment, affect and relationships in cyberspace in online communication.

People:

Namesort descending Residency
Alison Clifford
Glasgow
United Kingdom
GB
Allison Parrish
New York , NY
United States
New York US
Amaranth Borsuk
Amelia Sanz
Madrid
Spain
ES
Amira Hanafi
Cairo
Egypt
EG
Ana Gago
Anastasia Salter
Baltimore
United States
US
Anna Gibbs
Sydney
Australia
AU
Asunción López-Varela Azcárate
Madrid
Spain
ES
Asunción López-Varela Azcárate
Madrid
Spain
ES
Belén Gache
Madrid
Spain
ES
Caitlin Fisher
Toronto
Canada
CA
Caitlin Fisher
Toronto
Canada
CA
Caitlin Fisher
Toronto
Canada
CA
Carmen Ortega Graciano
Christine Wilks
United Kingdom
GB
Christine Wilks
United Kingdom
GB
Dene Grigar
Vancouver , WA
United States
Washington US
Dolores Romero López
Madrid
Spain
ES
Dolores Romero López
Madrid
Spain
ES
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Critical Writing:

Titlesort descending Author Year
X0y1 #ensayos sobre género y ciberespacio Remedios Zafra 2010
"Of Dolls and Monsters": An Interview with Shelley Jackson Rita Raley 2002
Androids, Gynoids and Cyborgs: Applying Bem's Theory of Psychological Androgyny to CyberFeminist Reader-Response Criticism María Goicoechea 2007
Ciberfeminismo: Teoría y práctica Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2012
Comparative Analysis of the Cyberfeminist Hyperfiction and New Media Art work: Francesca da Rimini’s Dollspace Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2011
Comparative Analysis of the Cyberfeminist Hyperfiction and New Media Art work: Francesca da Rimini’s Dollspace Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2011
Cyberfeminist Theories and the Benefits of Teaching Cyberfeminist Literature Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2012
De-centering Anglo-American E-lit: Feminist Approaches, en español. A Retro/activist (Self)Study. Tina Escaja 2020
Exploiting Hypertext’s Potential for Teaching Gender Studies Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2012
Género y ciberespacio. Ciberfeminismo y cibercultura Laura Borràs Castanyer 2008
Género, tecnología e internet en Latinoamérica: fracturas y vigencias del formato digital. Tina Escaja 2012
Getting in on the Ground Floor: A Hazy History of How and Why We Banded Together J. R. Carpenter 2007
Hacia una nueva historia de la poesía hispánica: Escritura tecnetoesquelética e hipertexto en poetas contemporáneas en la red. Tina Escaja 2003
Humor — Technology — Gender, Digital Language Art and Diabolic Poetics Friedrich W. Block 2007
In Search of a Female Technological Identity in Electronic Literature: Dancing with the Spanish Domestic Cyborg María Goicoechea, Laura Sánchez Gómez 2017
Machinic minds and posthuman bodies: the complexities of intimacy in three electronic works by Shelley Jackson Arnaud Regnauld 2010
My Mother Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts N. Katherine Hayles 2005
Netianas. N(h)acer mujer en Internet Remedios Zafra 2005
Poetry@science? – slippingglimpse Stephanie Strickland, Cynthii Lawson Jaramillo i Paula Ryana Monika Górska Olesińska 2011
Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Blueberries by Susan Gibb Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2014
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Organizations:

Namesort descending Location
Complutense University of Madrid
Complutense University of Madrid
Av Séneca, 2
28040 Madrid , MD
Spain
Madrid ES
Universitat de Barcelona
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 585
08007 Barcelona
Spain
ES
University of Bergen, Electronic Literature Research Group
University of Bergen, Institute for Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies
HF-bygget, Sydnesplassen 7
NO-5020 Bergen
Norway
NO
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