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Literature in the Digital Age – Content


2011  volume 20                  Literature in the Digital Age

Coordinator: Mihaela Ursa
Editor: Phantasma. The Center for Imagination Studies
Editura: Fundaţia Culturală Echinox, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
ISSN 1582-960X (România)
ISBN 978-2-36424-248-7 (France)

 

Content

 

Upgrading a Discipline

Mihaela Ursa, Comparative Literature in Romania at the Digital Hour [11-19]
István Berszán, Ages and Rhythms of Literary Practices [20-38]
Francimar Arruda & Adriana Carrijo, Les voix du silence : sur la littérature d’aujourd’hui et de toujours [39-45]
Constantin Mihai, Littérature comparée et anthropologie : le questionnement des méthodes mythocritiques et mythanalytiques [46-52]
Ovidiu Mircean, Perspectives on Haun Saussy’s “Metadisciplinary Comparativism” [53-61]

 

The Digital Galaxy

Alain Vuillemin, L’Émergence des littératures digitales [65-70]
Ion Manolescu, Hyper-texts and Literature. A Reading Theory Approach [71-78]
Philippe Bootz, Regarding Digital Literature [79-96]
Mirela Roznoveanu, The Virtual Mind [97-105]
Roxana Ghiţă & Cătălin Ghiţă, Espace et temps de la littérature traditionnelle et numérique [106-113]
Yannick Preumont, De Ţara Brînzei a Confession pour un ordinateur de Felicia Mihali [114-119]
Alexandru Budac, Soft-Selves and Soft-Readers [120-125]
Felix Nicolau, The Jumpiness of Hyperliterature [126-130]
Cristina Vănoagă Pop, The E -researcher [131-136]
Ruxandra Bularca, How the Internet taught me to read [137-150]
Laurenţiu Malomfălean, Hipertext. Cybertext. Digitext [151-156]
Mihaela Haşu, Cell Phone Novels – A Digital Form of Literature? [157-167]
Marius Lobonţiu,   Playing the Text. A call for theory in digital fiction [168-174]

 

Practising the Hypertext

Matthieu Dubois, De l’expérience pathétique de la fiction visuelle a la lecture des signes littéraires. Analyse de The Matrix et d’Avatar a partir de Michel Henry [177-188]
Miruna Runcan, “Who Am I Today?” – Asks the Hero. The Actor and Spectator of a Daily Hypertext [189-197]
Rubén Jarazo Álvarez, Digital Shakespeare in the Youtube Era: Forcing the boundaries of literature to expand the audiovisual text  [198-205]
Doru Pop, Cyber(psycho-punk)analysis. Interpreting a scene in Christopher Nolan’s Inception [206-219]
Monica Danci, Digital Poetry at the Beginning of the Third Millennium [220-225]
Olivia Grecea, The use of virtual images in performing arts. Key references [226-233]
Ozana Budău, Les de l’acteur dans le théâtre virtuel [234-246]
Ileana Vesa, The Future of Narrative between Folk-Tales and Video Games [247-261]

 

Postmodern Scheherezade

Ruxandra Cesereanu, The 1001 Days and Nights Creative Prose-Writing Workshop The Avatars of an Experiment [265-269]
Andrei Codrescu, Some Notes on Scheherezade & The 1001 Nights [270-276]
Corin Braga, A Thousand and One Nights – An Anarchetypal Epos [277-286]
Marius Conkan, Alternative spaces in the stories of Dunyazad, of the slave Rashazad and of king Shahzaman [287-291]

 

Book Reviews [295-339]

 
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