DigLitWeb: Digital Literature Web

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The Three Voices (Fig 1)  

H de Hipertexto Esta página web contém hiperligações a fontes sobre a história e a teoria do hipertexto.

H for Hypertext This webpage contains hyperlinks to sources on the history and theory of hypertext.

 

 

NB: Excepto quando houver outra indicação, os textos de apresentação de cada recurso pertencem aos respectivos autores e editores, e foram transcritos do sítio web.

NB: Unless otherwise indicated, annotations on the selected resources belong to their respective editors and authors, and they have been transcribed from the website.

 


Aura Digital

estudis de cibercultura hipertextual [1996-2007]

http://cv.uoc.edu/~04_999_01_u07/homepage.html

Editor: Joan Campàs Montaner [Universitat Oberta de Catalunya]

 


Ciberscópio

www.ciberscopio.net

Editora: Maria Manuel Borges [2003]

Instituto para as Ciências da Informação, Arquivística e Biblioteconómica (ICIAB)

Universidade de Coimbra

 

Colóquio em linha sobre cultura digital, coordenado por Maria Manuel Borges, que decorreu entre Abril e Novembro de 2003, como parte da programação de 'Coimbra 2003 Capital Nacional da Cultura'. Ao ritmo de 7 textos  por mês, foram publicados 49 ensaios, alguns dos quais inéditos e escritos expressamente para este projecto. Dividido em 7 secções (Cibercultura, Ciberliteratura, Ciberdifusão, Ciberarte, Ciberciência, Cibersimulação e Cibercidadania), Ciberscópio constituiu um fórum alargado de reflexão sobre múltiplas dimensões da tecnologia digital e da sociedade de informação em rede. Entretanto mantêm-se em linha os ficheiros, alojados pela Universidade de Coimbra. [MP]

 

 


Cyberspace, Hypertext, and Critical Theory

http://www.cyberartsweb.org/cpace/

General Editor: George P. Landow [1985-1992-present]

 

Like the Victorian and Postcolonial Literature webs, this collection of interlinked materials, which by April 1998 has grown to include some 7,0000 documents and images, began as an Intermedia web that supported courses taught at Brown University. In 1992 all materials were transferred to Eastgate Systems's Storyspace and then, in 1995, to html.

The great majority of the materials in the Cyberspace Web the web consists of student projects from my courses on Hypertext and Literary Theory and Cyberspace, Virtual Reality, and Critical Theory, but people from outside Brown have also added materials and suggestions.

 


The Electronic Labyrinth

http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/elab/elab.html

Editors: Christopher Keep, Tim McLaughlin and Robin Pamar [1993-2001]

 

The Electronic Labyrinth is a study of the implications of hypertext for creative writers looking to move beyond traditional notions of linearity.

Our project evaluates hypertext and its potential for use by literary artists in three ways:

  1. By placing the development of hypertext in the context of the literary tradition of non-linear approaches to narrative. This context provides a means of re-evaluating the concept of the book in the age of electronic text. Specific points of investigation include Cortázar's Hopscotch, Nabokov's Pale Fire, Pavic's Dictionary of the Khazars, and Sterne's Tristram Shandy.

  2. By investigating literary works created specifically for computerized hypertext. These include Joyce's Afternoon, A Story, McDaid's Uncle Buddy's Phantom Funhouse, and Wilmott's Everglade.

  3. By evaluating the hardware platforms and software environments available to writers. Criteria include ease of use, availability, methods of distribution and publication, and the tools available to the writer and reader. Our emphasis is placed on the assumptions each environment makes of the writing and reading processes, the metaphors reinforced by the environment, and the freedom allowed the writer to explore new forms. We have focused on IBM-compatible and Apple hardware platforms, and reviewed such software as Eastgate System's Storyspace, Claris' HyperCard, IBM's Linkway, and Ntergaid's Hyperwriter

 


Enciclopédia e Hipertexto

http://www.educ.fc.ul.pt/hyper/

Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa [2000-2004]

 

Projecto de investigação da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, que pretende reflectir sobre a reconfiguração da enciclopédia desencadeada pelos sistemas de hipertexto. O material produzido tem sido publicado em linha. Além de um número razoável de ensaios, contém um levantamento bibliográfico e um espaço de publicação, aberto à colaboração dos leitores, designado "laboratório hipertextual". Saíu, entretanto, em livro uma colectânea de artigos resultantes deste projecto: [MP]

 

 


404nOtF0und

http://www.facom.ufba.br/ciberpesquisa/404nOtF0und/404edicao.htm

Editores: André Lemos e Cláudio Manuel [2001-presente]

Centro de Estudos e Pesquisas em Cibercultura

Faculdade de Comunicação, Universidade Federal da Bahia

 

404nOtF0und é uma publicação eletrônica internacional centrada nas particularidades da cultura eletrônica contemporânea. Mas não se trata de uma publicação acadêmica strictu sensu. Pretende ser uma publicação aberta à experimentações estilísticas e à perspectivas aguçadas em relação ao contemporâneo. Artigos, ensaios, entrevistas e resenhas, arte eletrônica serão publicados ao menos uma vez por mês e distribuído de forma eletrônica através de assinaturas gratuitas.

 


Groupe de recherche "écritures hypertextuelles" [1997-2008]

http://groupe.hypertexte.org/Groupe/fs-navi.htm

 

Le groupe de travail "Écritures hypertextuelles" a pour vocation de réunir régulièrement les étudiants et chercheurs engagés dans un travail en rapport avec la problématique des écritures hypertextuelles. Il fonctionne sur le principe de l'échange et du partage des informations. Il donne à chacun l'occasion de faire le point sur son travail et à tous d'élargir leur horizon conceptuel. Mise en commun de références bibliographiques, questions d'actualités, compte-rendus de lectures, exposés de travaux, constitution d'une anthologie de "bonnes feuilles", exploration de sites sur la toile, mais aussi publications, organisation de journées d'études et de colloques, telles sont quelques-unes de ses activités.

 


Hermeneia

Estudis literaris y tecnologies digitals

http://www.uoc.edu/in3/hermeneia/cat/index.html

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya [2004-present]

Director: Laura Borràs

 

Hermeneia is composed of 17 researchers of different Catalan, European and American universities: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona, Universitat Ramon Llull, Brown University (USA), Faculdade Paulista de Artes (Brazil), Universtiy of Jyvaskyla (Finland), University of Essex (United Kingdom) and Universté d'Artois (France). We must emphasize that from the very beginning this group has always wanted to offer an international gaze of the digital literature phenomenon. Therefore, the academic dialogue between members not only of our group but of other groups around the world has been a central objective. At the moment, Hermeneia works in order to understand digital literature from different points of view and from complementary perspectives.

 


Hipertulia

http://www.ucm.es/info/especulo/hipertul/bienven.htm

Edited by Susana Pajares Tosca and Joaquín Mª Aguirre Romero [1997-2002; 2008]

 

Hipertulia es una página dedicada al hipertexto y a la hiperficción que quiere cubrir parcialmente el vacío que existe en castellano sobre estos asuntos. Queremos reunir artículos que analicen y discutan las nuevas teorías, así como textos de ficción de autores dispuestos a probar las nuevas herramientas que la tecnología les ofrece.

 


Internet Text

The Philosophy and Psychology of the Internet [1995-2005]

http://www.anu.edu.au/english/internet_txt/

Alan Sondheim

 

INTERNET TEXT is a meditation on the philosophy, psychology, political economy,
and psychoanalytics of Internet (computer) communication. It focuses on virtual subjectivity, sexuality, community, and all aspects of computer interfacing. [...] The text consists of hundreds of sections written over a period of ten years, a continuous meditation on cyberspace, emphasizing issues of interiority, subjectivity, body, and language. The extended range of topics includes Net applications, as well as occasional reference to the underlying architecture and protocols of telecommunications; this is the materialist "gristle" that can't be discarded in analysis.

Alan Sondheim

 


Para uma Poética do Hipertexto

http://www.triplov.com/hipert/index.htm

Autor: José Augusto Mourão [2001]

Edição em linha da obra de José Augusto Mourão, Para Uma Poética do Hipertexto: Ficção Interactiva (Edições Universitárias Lusófonas, Lisboa, 2001).

 


Principia Cybernetica Web [1993-present]

http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/

 

Principia Cybernetica tries to tackle age-old philosophical questions with the help of the most recent cybernetic theories and technologies. This is the website of the Principia Cybernetica Project (PCP), an international organization. The Project aims to develop a complete philosophy or "world-view", based on the principles of evolutionary cybernetics, and supported by collaborative computer technologies.

 

 


 

 

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