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Thursday, August 6 • 13:30 - 15:00
Research and Practice in Electronic Poetry in Ireland

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Anne Karhio: "The end of landscape: Graham Allen’s Holes"

Jeneen Naji: "Multicultural Translations in the Digital Space"

Michael J. Maguire: "Digitalvitalism.com and John Pat McNamara"

James O’Sullivan: "Electronic Literature: A Publisher’s Perspective"

This panel focuses on the production and criticism of electronic poetry in the Irish context. The participants in this panel represent both practitioners and scholars of electronic poetry and poetics in, and from, Ireland. While critics have frequently commented on the relatively conservative poetic culture in Ireland, the various contexts of the production, reception and criticism of poetry disseminated via new media technologies in Ireland remain patchily explored. The emergence of a body of poetry disseminated in electronic formats also raises questions that go beyond questions of “Irishness” and relate to the wider topic of electronic poetry as a form of cultural production. What is the role of national culture in the emergence of electronic/digital literature, and how does this relate to its irreverence of geographical and cultural boundaries? What constitutes poetry, and what is read as poetry, in the multimodal contexts enabled by the emergence of new media? What is the role of the publishing industry and literary scholarship in the emergence, reception and evaluation of electronic poetry? How does poetry that makes use of new media relate to the existing poetic tradition, on and off the page? And finally, is the end (or purpose) of electronic or digital poetry to seek ends of other kinds, as it challenges the existing institutions and canons of (Irish) poetic culture?

Speakers
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Anne Karhio

Postdoctoral fellow, University of Bergen
Anne Karhio is a postdoctoral researcher and the holder of the ELEVATE Irish Research Council International Career Development Fellowship, co-funded by Marie Cure Actions. She is a part of the Electronic Poetry research group. The current research project "Virtual Landscapes? New Media Technologies and the Poetics of Place" is carried out at the University of Bergen and the Moore Institute at the National University of Ireland, Galway. The... Read More →
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Michael J. Maguire

Creative Director, DIME
Professional Writer, Game Dev, Researcher, Creative Director. Lecturer / Speaker / Consultant. MA (DMU UK) PhD (UCD IRL). Founder of the Irish Electronic Literature Community. Experimental Web Presence since 1996.
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Jeneen Naji

Digital Media Faculty, Maynooth University
Dr. Jeneen Naji is Digital Media Faculty in the Department of Media Studies in Maynooth University, Ireland where she lectures on the B.A. Digital Media and the B.Sc. Multimedia, Mobile and Web Development run by the Department of Computer Science. Dr. Naji
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James O'Sullivan

Digital Humanities Research Designer, Penn State University
All the biographical stuff is over at http://josullivan.org


Thursday August 6, 2015 13:30 - 15:00
Sydneshaugen skole: Auditorium B Sydnesplassen 9, 5020 Bergen, Norway

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