Description: Panelists focus on the history, theories, and practice of born digital literature from the perspective of prominent scholars and literary artists in the field. Topics include the development of computer-based literary art, the impact of hypertext authoring systems and literature that emerged from them, current works and platforms used to create them, and preservation and documentation of works for long-term access.
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Anastasia Salter, U of Central Florida
Dene M. Grigar, Washington State U, Vancouver
Stuart Moulthrop, U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Joseph Paul Tabbi, U of Illinois, Chicago
Stephanie Strickland, Electronic Literature Organization
Marjorie Luesebrink, Electronic Literature Organization