ICDMT 2016 is over. However, there is still a chance to visit the exhibition. The exhibition online was published at: https://exhibitionshapeshiftingtexts.wordpress.com/.
The conference page remains available at: https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/.
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This project headed to Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden, in order to present “Before our very eyes: Digital texts as shapeshifting surfaces”at the Transmediations! Communication across Media Borders conference, on the 13th of October 2016. Mary-Laure Ryan, João Queiroz and Gunther Kress were the keynote speakers.
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On the 23th of September “Shapeshifting texts” was presented in a Dikult meeting where Daniel Apollon, Patricia Tomaszek, Jason Nelson, Alinta Krauth, Nadine Desrochers, Aud Gjersdal, Annaëlle Winand, Álvaro Seiça and Anne Sofia Karhio also presented their projects and talked about their work.
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“Shapeshifting texts” was presented today at the University of Bergen, during a very special session. Besides meeting some members of the DIKULT research group, I had the opportunity to listen to Jason Nelson and Alinta Krauth talking about their amazing work. Special thanks to Scott Rettberg and Jill Rettberg for welcoming “Shapeshifting Texts”.
Happy Birthday, Jason Nelson!*
*Daniel Jung, thank you for the delicious cake.
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Shapeshifing Texts has arrived to UIC to work with Professor Joseph Tabbi.
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Special thanks to Dr. Dene Grigar for organizing an amazing conference at the University of Victoria and for welcoming this project at the University of Washington Vancouver, WA.
ELO Conference 2016 – final remarks.
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Yesterday “Shapeshifting Texts” was presented in one of the DHSI- Digital Humanities Summer Institute courses. Special thanks to the teachers (Davin Heckman, Dene Grigar and Marjorie Luesebrink) for the hospitality.
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