I am interested in attracting one or several international graduate students to conduct research in electronic literature with me at the University of Puerto Rico: Mayagüez Campus. My research in electronic literature is best known through I ♥ E-Poetry, though I am also conducting research in digital preservation of born-digital literature, most urgently with works… Continue reading Call for International Fulbright Student Researchers
I am co-editing a special issue of RIAS (Review of International American Studies) with Mauro Carassai. The CFP has been circulating at UPenn and elsewhere, but as the deadline approaches (February 20), I wanted to make one last publicity push for those who might be interested. Here’s the call for proposals. Print technology and the… Continue reading “Cultural Screenings: Re-Situating American Digital Practices”
My two presentation proposals for the Electronic Literature Organization’s 2014 Conference have been accepted. One will be a paper titled “Discovering E-Lit for Children,” as part of a panel on the subject. The other is a round table I organized, titled “Literary and Artistic Bots in Social Media.” Here’s a link to the proposal.
This semester in my Literature in Digital Media class, I’m experimenting with teaching a unit on Hamlet in a few innovative ways. Week 1: Hamlet and Editorial Theory The unit began by assigning an article about the textual history of the play. I divided the class into 6 groups and assigned each group a different… Continue reading Teaching Hamlet in Digital Media
I ♥ E-Poetry has been nominated for the 2013 Digital Humanities Awards in the “Best DH project for public audiences” category. Last year, I ♥ E-Poetry competed in 2012 DH Awards and was the first runner up in the “Best DH blog, article, or short publication” category. Back in 2012, the project was a bit… Continue reading I ♥ E-Poetry Nominated for 2013 DH Awards