Jaishree Odin has written extensively on technology mediated narrative
forms as well as the role of technology in re-visioning higher education.
Some of her published articles on electronic literature have dealt with
the potential of the electronic media in depicting minority experience
in multiple ways. Her current book-length project, Through the Looking
Glass: Technology, Nomadology and Postmodern Narrative, is a critical
exploration of shattered visual metaphors in contemporary literature which
includes electronic literary forms. She is also the author of To the
Other Shore: Lalla's Life and Poetry (Vitasta Pub, 1999).
This speaker will be part of the Accessibility and Diversity panel.