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  1. Aurelia Maria Griesbeck

    Aurelia Maria Griesbeck

    Aurelia Griesbeck - 28.01.2023 - 14:36

  2. Magdalena Wickles

    Magdalena Wickles

    Magdalena Wickles - 28.01.2023 - 14:37

  3. Kate Douglas

    Kate Douglas

    Andrea Brandmüller - 28.01.2023 - 14:59

  4. don't take it personally, babe, it just ain't your story

    A spiritual sequel of sorts to Digital: A Love Story, set in a prestigious private high school, and on the social networks of 2027.

    Seven students, three endings, one eavesdropping teacher. A full length visual novel about the erosion of privacy, gay drama, young sexuality, and the perils of modern online life for a high school literature class.

    [Source: Product Page]

    Simone Blessing - 28.01.2023 - 15:10

  5. The Infinite Woman

    The Infinite Woman is an interactive remix and erasure poetry platform. As a feminist critique and artistic intervention, the web app remixes excerpts from Edison Marshall’s novel The Infinite Woman (1950) and Simone de Beauvoir’s philosophy book The Second Sex (1949). An n-gram algorithm procedurally generates infinitely scrolling sentences that attempt to describe and critique an eternal feminine essence. Revealing patterns through iterative permutations, this algorithmic remix of Marshall’s and Beauvoir’s language stretches the logic of “the infinite woman” to the breaking point. Meanwhile, fog slowly obscures the screen, visually performing the concept and technique of erasure. Users can select sentences from the infinitely scrolling text to send to a canvas workspace, where they can erase words and rearrange sentences to create their own poems. These user-generated erasure poems proliferate possibilities for deconstructing and reimagining gendered subjectivity.

    Aurelia Griesbeck - 28.01.2023 - 15:10

  6. Laurie McNeill

    Laurie McNeill

    Andrea Brandmüller - 28.01.2023 - 15:17

  7. Ashley Barnwell

    Ashley Barnwell

    Andrea Brandmüller - 28.01.2023 - 15:18

  8. Ladykiller in a Bind

    Forced to pretend to be her twin brother on a cruise ship full of his classmates and enemies, the Beast finds herself thrown into a game of complex social manipulation, as well as literal bondage. An erotic visual novel by the creators of Analogue: A Hate Story about social manipulation, crossdressing, and girls tying up other girls.

    Simone Blessing - 28.01.2023 - 15:21

  9. Research Methods for Auto/biography Studies

    Research Methods for Auto/biography Studies

    Andrea Brandmüller - 28.01.2023 - 15:21

  10. Reading Digital Lives Generously

    The scale, scope, privacy, ephemerality, and “amateurism” of prevailing modes of digital self-representation pose challenges for scholars seeking to understand these phenomena. In this chapter, we draw on our experiences as researchers and editors to outline methodological approaches that can address these challenges. We advocate for a “generous” critical engagement with digital life narratives that welcomes methods and concepts from other disciplines while reaffirming the ongoing commitment of auto/biography studies to an inclusive view of what counts as a “life” and what signs of life—however transient, fragmentary, and enigmatic—we are willing to learn how to read.

    (Source: Reading Digital Lives Generously | 18 | Research Methodologies for Aut ( accessed Jan 28, 2023)

    Andrea Brandmüller - 28.01.2023 - 15:21