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Weeks 15 & 16: Past, Present, and Future of Poetry

Tuesday, November 26 In class:Discussion of "The Agrippa Files" including the text of the poem. Assignment:Complete research paper and bring ...
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Week 14: E-Lit History and Methods

Tuesday, November 19 Class does not meet today. Instead, do the following activities:Watch my public lecture "Third Generation Electronic Literature"Read ...
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Essay #2: Researched Analysis and Interpretation of an E-Poem

Description For this essay, you must select an e-poem from I ♥ E-Poetry or The Electronic Literature Collection (Volumes 1, ...
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Week 13: Meaningful Interactivity

Tuesday, November 12 In classDiscussion of assigned e-poems:Seattle Drift by Jim AndrewsBirds Singing other Birds’ Songs by Maria MenciaCruising by Ingrid ...
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Week 12: Bots and Multimodality

Tuesday, November 5 In class:Discussion of generative tools:markov chain generatorsautomated word substitution (see Gizoogle and the Pornolizer)Oulipian constraints: The DeletionistWhen ...
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Week 11: Generative Poetry

Tuesday, October 29 In class: Lecture and Discussion of generative electronic literature. Taroko Gorge by Nick MontfortTaroko Gorge and its ...
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Week 10: Videopoetry and Kinetic Poetry

Tuesday, October 22 In class:Lecture and discussion on videopoetryFirst Screening The Complete Works 4'33"Assignment:Watch 2 videopoems at Young-Hae Chang Heavy ...
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Weeks 8 & 9: From Analog to Digital Poetry

Tuesday, October 8 In classLecture and Discussion of Poetic TraditionsTake home midterm exam handed out. Thursday, October 10 Class does ...
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Week 7: Poetic Contexts and Traditions

Tuesday, October 1 In class:Lecture and discussion on meaning in poetry.Assignment:Explore the Wikipedia entry "List of Poetry Groups and Movements," ...
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Week 6: Poetry and Meaning

Tuesday, September 24 Class does not meet. Instead, read at least 2 analyses of performance poetry by your classmates, watch ...
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