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New Article on Literary Heritage & Digital Genres

An article by Claire has recently been published in the journal Comparative Critical Studies. The article appears in a special issue of the journal, guest-edited by Emanuela Patti. The special issue focuses on narrative experimentation across languages, and includes phenomenon such as avant-garde and postmodern experiments with novelistic form, graphic novels, hypertext fiction, game literature, … Continue reading

Welcome to the website for the Digital Latin American Cultures Network, led by researchers from the University of Liverpool, the University of Leeds, and Queen's University Belfast, which researches the cultural dimensions of new media in Latin America.

Upcoming talks by project members

Tori Holmes has been invited to speak at the seminar on 'Can the Subaltern speak online? The potential of audio-visual media for advocacy and resistance on the Internet', organised by Thea Pitman at the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures, University of Leeds, 24 February 2017.

Thea Pitman will be giving a paper entitled 'Warriors and weavers: Brazilian and Colombian indigenous women’s responses to violence in digital communications' at the Society for Latin American Studies annual conference at the University of Glasgow, 7 April 2017.

Thea Pitman will be giving a paper entitled '"Viral latinidad", "latino cool" and beyond in Latin American digital cultural production' at the Latin American Studies Association annual conference at the Pontifícia Universidad Católica de Perú in Lima, 30 May 2017.

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