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  1. Pedro Barbosa

    Born in Porto, Portugal, in 1950. Received his Bachelor’s degree in Letters from the University of Coimbra, and finished his Ph.D. in Communication Sciences (Major: Semiotics) at the Universidade Nova, Lisbon. Has taught and done research in several national and international universities: Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto, University of Paris X (Nanterre), University of Siena (Italy), University Louis Pasteur (Strasbourg). At the University of Strasbourg developed with Abraham Moles a research project in the area of computer generated art.  He is the founder, at Fernando Pessoa University, of CETIC-Centro de Estudos de Texto Informático e Ciberliteratura (Centre of Cyberliterature Studies).

    Patricia Tomaszek - 12.01.2011 - 16:58

  2. Jenny Holzer

    Jenny Holzer (born 1950 in Gallipolis, Ohio) is an American conceptual artist. She attended Ohio University (in Athens, Ohio), Rhode Island School of Design, and the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Holzer was originally an abstract artist, focusing on painting and printmaking; after moving to New York City in 1977, she began working with text as art.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 02.02.2011 - 22:09

  3. Leevi Lehto

    Leevi Lehto

    Scott Rettberg - 28.03.2011 - 13:50

  4. Komninos Zervos

    komninos, performance poet, poeted from 1985 professionally, taking his poetry to schools, community groups, hotels, music venues, prisons, coffee lounges and universities, radio and television and now the internet.

    komninos the published poet has two adult collections of poetry with the university of queensland press, 'komninos', 1991, and 'komninos by the kupful', 1994, a collection of poetry for children illustrated by peter viska and published by oxford university press, 'the baby rap and other poems', 1992, and a hard cover illustrated children's picture book published by harper/collins, 'high street, kew east', 1991.

    komninos has had three plays performed by professional theatre companies in sydney and brisbane.

    in 1992 komninos received the australian human rights award for literature and in 1993 was awarded the australia council's ros bower award for outstanding achievement in community arts.

    in 1995 komninos completed a masters of arts in creative writing at the university of queensland, he authored a cd-rom of 'cyberpoetry' for his dissertation.

    Scott Rettberg - 28.05.2011 - 13:14

  5. Franco Moretti

    Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Stanford University. One of the most prominent contemporary literary critics, Moretti is author of Signs Taken for Wonders (1983), The Way of the World (1987), Modern Epic (1995), Atlas of the European Novel 1800-1900 (1998), Graphs, Maps, Trees (2005), The Bourgeois (2013), and Distant Reading (2013). Chief editor of The Novel (Princeton, 2006). Has founded the Center for the Study of the Novel and, with Matt Jockers, the Literary Lab. Writes often for New Left Review, and his work has been translated into over twenty languages.

    (Source: Faculty webpage, Stanford University.)

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 18.04.2012 - 11:15

  6. Joan Campàs

    Llicenciat en Filosofia i en Història, doctor en Història contemporània, i estudiós del paradigma hipertextual i de l'art digital. A més de llibres sobre art, història, cultures de l'alimentació, estètica i edició electrònica, he implementat diversos hipertextos sobre obres d'art (com ara Las meninas, de Velázquez; Les senyoretes d'Avinyó, de Picasso; la Cripta de la Colònia Güell, de Gaudí; el Gernika, de Picasso; Aproximació ecològica a l'evolució humana; Marat assassinat, de David; o el Partenó) i he collaborat en l'anàlisi multimèdia d'obres d'art en CD-ROM i DVD. La meva àrea de recerca està centrada en la Cibercultura hipertextual, en particular, en l'anàlisi de les formes emergents de creació artística a Internet, i l'he focalitzat en els estudis sobre la interactivitat, l'imaginari ciborg i el cos digital, la telepresència, la semiòtica dels nous mitjans, l'art a l'era de la reproductibilitat digital, l'art fractal, el net.art, l'art transgènic i els museus virtuals per a l'art en xarxa. A la meva seu web, Aura digital, hi podreu trobar un extens estudi sobre l'art digital, les instal·lacions interactives o el hacktivisme.

    Alvaro Seica - 16.08.2013 - 10:13

  7. Carlos Cociña

    Carlos Cociña

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 05.01.2018 - 06:24

  8. Karen A. Foss

    Karen A. Foss, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus, Regents Professor, Presidential Teaching Fellow, and former chair of the Department of Communication & Journalism at the University of New Mexico. Karen’s research centers on the ways gender and feminist perspectives are constructed and enacted in everyday life. Her latest textbook, Gender Stories: Negotiating Identity in a Binary World (with Sonja K. Foss and Mary E. Domenico) examines the ways gender is constructed in scientific research and popular culture and the ways its construction can enable the crafting of an individual gender performance. Karen has also studied the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo; Harvey Milk’s political campaigns; Garrison Keillor’s construction of a female spectatorship in A Prairie Home Companion; surrogacy, fertility travel, and the rhetorics of motherhood; and the ways feminist rhetorical scholars construct notions of feminism and strategies for enacting feminist change. Recent projects include women bullying women, graffiti about women in Cairo during Arab spring, and a comparison of traditional and social construction paradigms of change.

    Kristina Igliukaite - 30.01.2020 - 13:14

  9. Sheenagh Pugh

    Sheenagh Pugh is a british novelist, poet and translator.She was a creative writer educator at the University of Glamorgan until her retirement.

    (source: Wikipedia)

    Caroline Tranberg - 23.09.2021 - 10:41