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Tuesday, August 4 • 10:00 - 12:45
Workshop: History of Digital Poetry in France LIMITED

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This two-part workshop led by Philippe Bootz and Johnathan Baillehace will be focused on the history and documentation of French Digital Poetry. 

Morning session: History of French digital poetry since Calliope (1952) until Transitoire Observable (2003) Lecture and discussion led by Bootz.

Afternoon session: Documenting French digital poetry in ELMCIP French Language Electronic Literature research collection.

Participants will first encounter some of the history of French digital poetry and view and interact with some early works. During the afternoon, participants will work together to document this history and these works in the ELMCIP Knowledge Base in a workshop led by Baillehace, who has been developing a research collection on the topic with students at Georgia University.

The morning session will require a room with a projector and sound system. The afternoon session will require a computer lab with computers connected to the internet. Up to 20 participants can take part in the workshop, depending on available facilities. No prior competencies are required, though participants are advised to apply for a user account in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base prior to the conference.

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Programme franco-norvégien

The Franco-Norwegian Programme works to strengthen contact between French and Norwegian researchers within the humanities and social sciences. They have supported travel costs for several French scholars.

Tuesday August 4, 2015 10:00 - 12:45
HF 301 HF-bygget, Sydnesplassen 7, 5020 Bergen, Norway

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