Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 14 March 2012 - 2:26pm
NorStore, a Norwegian national research infrastructure organization, has generously funded a position for an IT consultant to work in our department at the University of Bergen (UiB). Among other projects, this person will participate in the technical development of the ELMCIP Knowledge Base. The position has been adverstised, and should be a very interesting job for developers interested in the digital humanities.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 5 March 2012 - 12:07pm
Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, June 12-14, 2012
Call for Papers
The first international conference on translating E-literature will take place from 12 to 14 June at the Universities of Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis and Paris 7 Diderot Denis. The conference is organized by OTNI: Objets textuels non identifiés (UTO: Unidentified Textual Objects), a research project into the evolution of textuality in the digital age. It is supported by the Electronic Literature Organization.
Submitted by Eric Dean Rasmussen on 27 February 2012 - 11:14am
Khalilah Boone at The New River asked me to pass this call for submissions along to ELMCIP members and e-lit authors...
The New River: A Journal of Digital Writing and Art, the oldest journal dedicated to New Media writing, published by Virginia Tech, is pleased to announce a request for submission for our Spring 2012 issue.
Submission deadline: March 26, 2012
Submitted by Eric Dean Rasmussen on 30 November 2011 - 1:37pm
E-literature in/with Performance, an Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity in Practice (ELMCIP) Seminar
Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
May 3-4, 2012
Submitted by Eric Dean Rasmussen on 4 November 2011 - 2:31pm
The program for the ELMCIP Seminar on Digital Poetics and the Present is now available. The seminar will take place on December 9th and 10th in Amsterdam, Holland at the University of Amsterdam. Readings and performances will be given in the evening at the political and cultural center De Balie (Friday) and the Perdu Theater (Saturday).
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 12 October 2011 - 2:44pm
This screencast describes several new features in the ELMCIP Knowledge Base designed to make it even more useful for researchers. With the RDF power of Drupal 7, records in the knowledge base are accessible to search engines such as Google in new machine-readable ways. We recently added some filters to make finding creative works and critical writing in the Knowledge Base easier for researchers. We are also adding links from records in the Knowledge Base to WorldCat, so that KB users will be able see if a particular book or resource is available in their local library.
Submitted by Eric Dean Rasmussen on 6 October 2011 - 4:26pm
Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP), a collaborative research project funded by the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) JRP for Creativity and Innovation, has extended the deadline for submissions of electronic literature from European writers and practitioners for its upcoming anthology. We are looking for innovative literary works by European authors that take advantage of digital media and computation.
Submissions for the second call will close November 7, 2011.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 4 October 2011 - 6:53am
Remediating the Social
1st CALL FOR PAPERS
The Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) research project invites paper and presentation proposals for its conference, Remediating the Social. Selected papers will be presented at the conference in Edinburgh, Scotland November 1-3, 2012.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 30 September 2011 - 9:14pm
ELMCIP researchers Talan Memmott and David Prater, at Blekinge Institute of Technology, produced this docu-essay from last week's seminar on electronic literature and new media art, based on responses to short questions emerging from the seminar content.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 8 September 2011 - 12:15pm
Notebooks are a new feature on the ELMCIP Knowledge Base made to make the KB more useful to researchers. Users can create notebooks for individual research projects, and easily include links to KB records for creative works, critical writing, authors, and events, along with their own notes about a given topic. These notebooks are then stored in the Knowledge Base, and accessible to the individual user from their profile page.