Paper Abstracts

Note: There is no restriction on the length of full papers, but presentations should be approximately 15 minutes and no longer than 20 minutes in length. Authors should use a consistent and standardized style of academic citation (e.g. Chicago, MLA, ACM) of their choosing. Full papers submitted by the authors before the conference are attached the abstracts.

Transculturation by Simon Biggs

Toward an Ontology of the Field of Digital Poetry by Phiippe Bootz and Samuel Szoniecky

The Aesthetics of Materiality by Serge Bouchardon

Toward a Definition of Literary Cybertext by Emilia Branny

Presentation on the Vinaros Prize and E-Poetry 2009 by Laura Borràs Castanyer

E-poetry: the Palpable Side of Signs by Giovanna DiRosario

Aesthetics of Noise in Digital Literary Arts by Maria Engberg

Electronic Literature Without a Map by Markku Eskelinen

Digital Orientalism: Japan and Electronic Literature by Alice Ferrebe

Junction of Image, Text, and Sound in Net.fictions by Zuzana Husárová

Senghor on the Rocks: A Georeferenced Electronic Novel by Florian Ledermann and Christoph Benda

Bridging Intertextuality and Intermediality from a Cultural and Literary Perspective by Asunción López-Varela Azcárate

Polish Way to E-literature from Baroque to 21st Century by Andrzej Pająk

New Media Literacy. Hypertextual, Cybertextual, and Networked by Katarina Peović Vuković

Hypertext and Bigos: On Esthetic Categories of Modern and Post-modern Polish Fiction that May Help Us Describe Electronic Literature in Yet Another Way by Mariusz Pisarski

An Experimental Tool for Digital Literature by Jean-Hugues Réty, Serge Bouchardon, Jean Clément, and Nicolas Szilas

Aesthetic Autonomy and Sensuous Appearing: Two Questions in the Aesthetics of Digital Poetry by Andrew Michael Roberts

Semantisation, Exploration, Self-reflection and Absorption: Four Modes of Reading Hypertext Fiction by Hans K. Rustad

Some Stylistic Devices on Media Interface by Alexandra Saemmer

Teaching Net Literature: Literary Education in a Transatlantic Blended Learning Environment by Patricia Tomaszek

Intertextuality in Digital Poetry by Yra van Dijk

The Role of the Reader in Performative Digital Poetry by Karin Wenz

Endless Text: New Media Technologies in The Raw Shark Texts by Kiene Brillenburg Wurth