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New article on digital technologies and literary genres

A recent article by Claire has come out in a special issue of the journal Revista Tropelías: Revista de Teoría de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada. Guest edited by Teresa López-Pellisa and Ana Casas, the special issue is dedicated to the topic of ‘Narrativas transmedia, hipermedia e intermedia: teoría y crítica’.   After an introduction … Continue reading

Book chapter on Eduardo Navas by Claire Taylor

DLAC network is pleased to announce that an edited volume containing a chapter by Claire has just been published. Entitled Poéticas y poesías digitales/electrónicas/tecnos/New-Media en América Latina:  Definiciones y exploraciones , the book is edited by Luis Correa-Díaz (The University of Georgia) and Scott Weintraub (The University of New Hampshire). The twenty essays included in the volume analyze … Continue reading

Special issue on Poesía Digital Latinoamericana

Members of the DLAC network have contributed to a special issue of ÆREA. Revista Hispanoamericana de Poesía – a journal dedicated to poetry in all its multiple forms. Entitled ‘Poesía Digital Latinoamericana’, the special issue was coordinated by Luis Correa Díaz of the University of Georgia, who has already collaborated with DLAC network on many previous … Continue reading

Making Conversations radio programme

Claire Taylor recently appeared on a Resonance FM radio programme, in their  ‘Making Conversations’ series. Resonance FM is an arts radio project broadcasting to the South Bank and Bankside in London. Broadcast on 29th September 2015 at 4pm, the programme was hosted by Andrew Prescott, Theme Leader Fellow in Digital Transformations for the Arts & Humanities Research … Continue reading

Claire Taylor joins I Love EPoetry as contributor

This month, Claire has joined the I Love EPoetry project as a contributor to their resources on electronic literature. Headed by Leonardo Flores, I Love EPoetry seeks to explore the poetics of language as deployed in digital media, particularly when it engages its media in artistic and literary ways. The project covers electronic literature of all … Continue reading

Thea Pitman’s article on Latin American digital arts scene published

Thea’s article on the Latin American digital arts scene, inspired by her participation in the 2015 E-Poetry conference held in Buenos Aires last month, has been published this week in The Conversation. To read the full text, go to: https://theconversation.com/an-introduction-to-the-booming-world-of-latin-american-digital-arts-41933  

Digital art in Montevideo and Buenos Aires

We just came back from an exciting trip to Argentina and Uruguay where we ran a series of events and activities on the AHRC-funded project Latin(o) American Digital Art.  Our first stop was Montevideo, where we were welcomed by the internationally recognised artist Brian Mackern, who had been  our Artist in Residence in Liverpool in October … Continue reading

One Week to go!

It’s only now one week to go before our week-long series of events in Montevideo and Buenos Aires. We’ve been very busy preparing for the events, and there is lots of new information available on our Events pages, where you can find out more information including timings, locations, and speakers at each event. For all the … Continue reading

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