Research Opportunities at the ELD

Announcing opportunities to contribute to one of ELO’s major projects is the Electronic Literature Directory (ELD). (http://directory.eliterature.org/)

The Electronic Literature Directory (ELD 2.0) is a collection of literary works, descriptions, and keywords. Both a repository of works and a critical companion to e-literature, the ELD hosts discussions that are capable of being referenced and revised over years of use, and the ELD feed directly into ELO’s larger CELL project (http://cellproject.net/).

ELO 2016 Begins!

ELO2016 LogoELO 2016 at University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada
http://elo2016.com
#ELO16, #DHSI2016

Over 190 participants have arrived from around the world to Victoria, Canada for the 2016 international conference of the Electronic Literature Organization now underway,  the largest ELO conference to date.

Meet ELO’s New Communication Team

As ELO continues to grow and develop as an organization, we have an increasing number of activities and opportunities to share with our members and the world at large.  To keep information flowing, we are expanding our communications group.

Meet the new communications team! Jeneen NajiÉlika Ortega, and Mia Zamora will be joining to help coordinate our social media and email communications.  Mark Marino will continue as Director of Communications.   Get to know our team, while they are getting to know you and your work!

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Mark Sample Joins ELO Board

ELO is pleased to announce that Mark Sample will be joining the Board of Directors.  Mark is a well-established scholar in the field of digital humanities and is also an author of works of electronic literature, including “Takei, George, which was published in the Electronic Literature Collection, volume 3.  ELO now has a full 20-person Board as we head into the annual conference!

 

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Anastasia Salter Joins ELO Board

The Electronic Literature is pleased to welcome its newest Board Member Anastasia Salter. Anastasia has most recently served as an editor of the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3 and brings expertise on interactive games, software platforms and much more.

Her full bio follows.

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4Humanities “Shout Out for the Humanities” Contest

4Humanities
“Shout Out for the Humanities” Contest

info:http://4humanities.org/contest/

Your submission to this contest should answer such questions as: Why is studying the humanities–e.g., history, literature, languages, philosophy, art history, media history, and culture–important to you? To society? How would you convince your parents, an employer, a politician, or others that there is value in learning the humanities?