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A companion to digital literary studies / edited by Raymond Siemens and Susan Schreibman.

Contributor(s): Siemens, Raymond George [edt] | Schreibman, Susan [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture.Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Blackwell ; 2013Description: xx, 620 str. : ilustr. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781118492277.Subject(s): Literature and the Internet | Electronic publications | Literature -- Computer network resources | Digital libraries | elektroničke publikacije | književnost mrežni izvori | digitalne knjižnice
Contents:
Part I : Introduction :
Ch. 1: Imagining the New Media Encounter (Pages: 1-25) / Alan Liu
Part II : Traditions :
CHAPTER 2: ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers1 (Pages: 27-64) / Gregory Crane David Bamman Alison Jones
CHAPTER 3: Disciplinary Impact and Technological Obsolescence in Digital Medieval Studies1 (Pages: 65-81) / Daniel Paul O'Donnell
CHAPTER 4: “Knowledge will be multiplied”: Digital Literary Studies and Early Modern Literature (Pages: 82-105) / Matthew Steggle
CHAPTER 5: Eighteenth‐Century Literature in English and Other Languages: Image, Text, and Hypertext (Pages: 106-120) / Peter Damian‐Grint
CHAPTER 6: Multimedia and Multitasking: A Survey of Digital Resources for Nineteenth‐Century Literary Studies (Pages: 121-138) / John A. Walsh
CHAPTER 7: Hypertext and Avant‐Texte in Twentieth‐Century and Contemporary Literature (Pages: 139-159) / Dirk Van Hulle
Part III : Textualities :
CHAPTER 8: Reading Digital Literature: Surface, Data, Interaction, and Expressive Processing (Pages: 161-182) / Noah Wardrip‐Fruin
CHAPTER 9: Is There a Text on This Screen? Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality (Pages: 183-202) / Bertrand Gervais
CHAPTER 10: Reading on Screen: The New Media Sphere (Pages: 203-215) / Christian Vandendorpe
CHAPTER 11 : The Virtual Codex from Page Space to E‐Space (Pages: 216-232) / Johanna Drucker
CHAPTER 12: Handholding, Remixing, and the Instant Replay: New Narratives in a Postnarrative World (Pages: 233-249) / Carolyn Guertin
CHAPTER 13: Fictional Worlds in the Digital Age (Pages: 250-266) / Marie‐Laure Ryan
CHAPTER 14: Riddle Machines: The History and Nature of Interactive Fiction (Pages: 267-282) / Nick Montfort
CHAPTER 15: Too Dimensional: Literary and Technical Images of Potentiality in the History of Hypertext (Pages: 283-300) / Belinda Barnet Darren Tofts
CHAPTER 16: Private Public Reading: Readers in Digital Literature Installation (Pages: 301-317) / Mark Leahy
CHAPTER 17: Digital Poetry: A Look at Generative, Visual, and Interconnected Possibilities in its First Four Decades (Pages: 318-335) / Christopher Funkhouser
CHAPTER 18: Digital Literary Studies: Performance and Interaction (Pages: 336-348) / David Z. Saltz
CHAPTER 19: Licensed to Play: Digital Games, Player Modifications, and Authorized Production (Pages: 349-368) / Andrew Mactavish
CHAPTER 20: Blogs and Blogging: Text and Practice (Pages: 369-387) / Aimée Morrison
Part IV : Methodologies :
CHAPTER 21: Knowing …: Modeling in Literary Studies1 (Pages: 389-401) / Willard McCarty
CHAPTER 22: Digital and Analog Texts (Pages: 402-414) / John Lavagnino
CHAPTER 23: Cybertextuality and Philology (Pages: 415-433) / Ian Lancashire
CHAPTER 24: Electronic Scholarly Editions (Pages: 434-450) / Kenneth M. Price
CHAPTER 25: The Text Encoding Initiative and the Study of Literature (Pages: 451-476) / James Cummings
CHAPTER 26: Algorithmic Criticism (Pages: 477-491) / Stephen Ramsay
CHAPTER 27: Writing Machines (Pages: 492-516) / William Winder
CHAPTER 28: Quantitative Analysis and Literary Studies (Pages: 517-533) / David L. Hoover
CHAPTER 29: The Virtual Library (Pages: 534-546) / G. Sayeed Choudhury David Seaman
CHAPTER 30: Practice and Preservation – Format Issues (Pages: 547-563) / Marc Bragdon Alan Burk Lisa Charlong Jason Nugent
CHAPTER 31: Character Encoding (Pages: 564-576) / Christian Wittern
Annotated Overview of Selected Electronic Resources (Pages: 577-596) / Tanya Clement Gretchen Gueguen
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Part I : Introduction :

Ch. 1: Imagining the New Media Encounter (Pages: 1-25) / Alan Liu

Part II : Traditions :

CHAPTER 2: ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers1 (Pages: 27-64) / Gregory Crane David Bamman Alison Jones

CHAPTER 3: Disciplinary Impact and Technological Obsolescence in Digital Medieval Studies1 (Pages: 65-81) / Daniel Paul O'Donnell

CHAPTER 4: “Knowledge will be multiplied”: Digital Literary Studies and Early Modern Literature (Pages: 82-105) / Matthew Steggle

CHAPTER 5: Eighteenth‐Century Literature in English and Other Languages: Image, Text, and Hypertext (Pages: 106-120) / Peter Damian‐Grint

CHAPTER 6: Multimedia and Multitasking: A Survey of Digital Resources for Nineteenth‐Century Literary Studies (Pages: 121-138) / John A. Walsh

CHAPTER 7: Hypertext and Avant‐Texte in Twentieth‐Century and Contemporary Literature (Pages: 139-159) / Dirk Van Hulle

Part III : Textualities :

CHAPTER 8: Reading Digital Literature: Surface, Data, Interaction, and Expressive Processing (Pages: 161-182) / Noah Wardrip‐Fruin

CHAPTER 9: Is There a Text on This Screen? Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality (Pages: 183-202) / Bertrand Gervais

CHAPTER 10: Reading on Screen: The New Media Sphere (Pages: 203-215) / Christian Vandendorpe

CHAPTER 11 : The Virtual Codex from Page Space to E‐Space (Pages: 216-232) / Johanna Drucker

CHAPTER 12: Handholding, Remixing, and the Instant Replay: New Narratives in a Postnarrative World (Pages: 233-249) / Carolyn Guertin

CHAPTER 13: Fictional Worlds in the Digital Age (Pages: 250-266) / Marie‐Laure Ryan

CHAPTER 14: Riddle Machines: The History and Nature of Interactive Fiction (Pages: 267-282) / Nick Montfort

CHAPTER 15: Too Dimensional: Literary and Technical Images of Potentiality in the History of Hypertext (Pages: 283-300) / Belinda Barnet Darren Tofts

CHAPTER 16: Private Public Reading: Readers in Digital Literature Installation (Pages: 301-317) / Mark Leahy

CHAPTER 17: Digital Poetry: A Look at Generative, Visual, and Interconnected Possibilities in its First Four Decades (Pages: 318-335) / Christopher Funkhouser

CHAPTER 18: Digital Literary Studies: Performance and Interaction (Pages: 336-348) / David Z. Saltz

CHAPTER 19: Licensed to Play: Digital Games, Player Modifications, and Authorized Production (Pages: 349-368) / Andrew Mactavish

CHAPTER 20: Blogs and Blogging: Text and Practice (Pages: 369-387) / Aimée Morrison

Part IV : Methodologies :

CHAPTER 21: Knowing …: Modeling in Literary Studies1 (Pages: 389-401) / Willard McCarty

CHAPTER 22: Digital and Analog Texts (Pages: 402-414) / John Lavagnino

CHAPTER 23: Cybertextuality and Philology (Pages: 415-433) / Ian Lancashire

CHAPTER 24: Electronic Scholarly Editions (Pages: 434-450) / Kenneth M. Price

CHAPTER 25: The Text Encoding Initiative and the Study of Literature (Pages: 451-476) / James Cummings

CHAPTER 26: Algorithmic Criticism (Pages: 477-491) / Stephen Ramsay

CHAPTER 27: Writing Machines (Pages: 492-516) / William Winder

CHAPTER 28: Quantitative Analysis and Literary Studies (Pages: 517-533) / David L. Hoover

CHAPTER 29: The Virtual Library (Pages: 534-546) / G. Sayeed Choudhury David Seaman

CHAPTER 30: Practice and Preservation – Format Issues (Pages: 547-563) / Marc Bragdon Alan Burk Lisa Charlong Jason Nugent

CHAPTER 31: Character Encoding (Pages: 564-576) / Christian Wittern

Annotated Overview of Selected Electronic Resources (Pages: 577-596) / Tanya Clement Gretchen Gueguen

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