Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 17 December 2012 - 12:13pm
We are in the process of implementing a new design of the ELMCIP website and installing new templates and features. For the next couple of weeks, you may see some idiosyncratic design issues. We will leave the site live as the new design is put into place so that users can access the Knowledge Base and other resources as the new design is being implemented.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 14 April 2013 - 6:16pm
We're looking to hire someone to work with ELMCIP and two other digital humanities research infrastructure projects in our department. At present we have a temporary position lined up that will likely be extended. If you know of anyone well-qualified who would be interested in spending some time in Norway working with two very active research groups in the Digital Humanities, please ask them to get in touch:
Digital Humanities Research Infrastructure Position at the University of Bergen, Norway
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 27 February 2013 - 10:15am
The ELMCIP Knowledge Base has moved from a commercial host to faster servers at NorStore. This is a long-awaited development that will lead to better performance and room to grow, both in terms of memory and storage. Thanks to NorStore and to Stein Magne Bjørklund, who has been working his happen. A lot of behind the scenes problems that resulted in sluggishness will be solved for this, and we will soon be implementing new search functionality.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 13 February 2013 - 1:14pm
HERA: Humanities in the European Research Area funded the production of a short documentary based on the Remediating the Social Conference and Exhibition, and which provides a general introduction to the ELMCIP project and a summary of its results. Directed and produced by Edinburgh filmmaker Richard Ashrowan, the documentary has been released in two versions: a five minute version and a longer twelve minute cut which includes more material including performance documentation and short interviews with some artists and presenters.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 21 December 2012 - 2:33pm
The ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature edited by Maria Engberg, Talan Memmott, and David Prater, is now online. The anthology is intended to provide educators, students and the general public with a free curricular resource of electronic literary works produced in Europe. The works were selected, after an open call, based on four main criteria: European diversity, Formal diversity, Historical relevance, and Pedagogical relevance.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 11 December 2012 - 2:15pm
The ELMCIP report on Electronic literature publishing and distribution in Europe by Markku Eskelinen and Giovanna Di Rosario has been released online. The report, produced by the Unviersity of Jyväskylä ELMCIP team, surveys publication and distribution venues for electronic literature in Europe, including:
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 14 November 2012 - 8:29am
Chercher le Texte: Locating the Text in Electronic Literature
The Electronic Literature Organization 2013 Conference
Hosted by the Laboratoire Paragraphe and the EnsAD (Ecole nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs)
Paris, France, September 24-27, 2013
Deadline for Abstracts: December 31, 2012.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 14 November 2012 - 8:27am
CFP ELECTRONIC LITERATURE AND CYBERCULTURE
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 16.5 (2014)
Submitted by Elisabeth Nesheim on 1 November 2012 - 2:23pm
Situated in the Main Lecture Theatre at the Edinburgh College of Art the ELMCIP final conference "Remediating the Social" is about to begin. A live twitter feed of tweets tagged with #ELMCIP is projected in the conference area for local and remote audiences to participate with comments and questions.
It is also possible to follow the conference remotely via the ELMCIP channel on Bambuser, streaming the presentations and panels continuously.
Submitted by Jill Walker Rettberg on 30 October 2012 - 5:56pm