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Electronic Literature II
- Work on Textual Interventions Project.
- Work on Electronic Edition Project.
- Read lecture posts for the week. The most recent lectures can always be found on the front page for the course or using the Lecture category. Short lectures will be posted throughout the week.
- Group 1 will read and respond to the blogs of Group 4.
- Group 2 will read and respond to the blogs of Group 1.
- Group 3 will read and respond to the blogs of Group 2.
- Group 4 will read and respond to the blogs of Group 3.
- Review and begin weekly Participation assignment forum posts.
- Reading Response and Community Response blog posts (Online Writing Activities).
- Graduate students: Continue working on the Annotated Bibliography assignment. Due: Dec. 2, 10:00 PM.
- Hayles, N. Katherine. “Contexts for Electronic Literature: The Body and the Machine.” Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 2008. 87-130. (Required text)
- Read the following from Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. 1. Ed. N. Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, and Stephanie Strickland. College Park, MD: The Electronic Literature Organization, 2006. (Available on the CD-ROM at the back of Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary and/or available online)
- Memmott, Talon. “From Lexia to Perplexia.” (CD-ROM and online)
- Cayley, John, with Giles Perring. “Translation.” (CD-ROM and online)
- Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries. Nippon. (Online)