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2805 records
Last name Middle name First name Updatedsort ascending
Al-Bawi Ibrahim Ayad 25.11.2015 - 00:31
Al-Khemar Labeba 25.11.2015 - 00:12
Guerreiro Dias Sandra 16.11.2015 - 11:16
Sanchez Laura 16.11.2015 - 10:53
Nicassio Renato 16.11.2015 - 09:52


127 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updatedsort ascending
McPoet 1985 10.11.2015
HTML5 22.10.2015
TADS 2001 21.10.2015
Word Circuits Connection Muse Word Circuits Robert Kendall 2000 21.10.2015
ToolBook 2015 21.10.2015


422 records
Name Event Date City Country Updatedsort ascending
Electronic Literature Organization 2002: State of the Arts Symposium 04.04.2002 Los Angeles United States 21.10.2015
Toronto World Pride 2014 10.10.2015 Toronto Canada 10.10.2015
ELO 2015: The End(s) of Electronic Literature 04.08.2015 Bergen Norway 16.09.2015
“This Is Not a Utopia”—Collection of Russian Electronic Literature 06.08.2015 Bergen Norway 12.09.2015
Interventions: Engaging the Body Politic 04.08.2015 Bergen Norway 10.09.2015