If you are near Brown University this week from October 4-7, consider attending “Reading Digital Literature,” a colloquium organized by Roberto Simanowski. A description and the website follow.
A curtain of tiny screens with live quotations from Internet chat; stories generated by computer programs; narratives generated by their readers; words that disappear; texts that reveal themselves depending on their readersâ€™ position. How shall we read such moving letters? How do we catch their meanings? How can they make us feel? The conference â€œReading Digital Literatureâ€ brings together ten specialists from the USA and Europe to search for answers through in-depth analyses.
For details on the agenda, concept, etc., please visit: Reading Digital Literature