Hypertext Conference 2008

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Hypertext, Culture, and Communication

Hypertext '08 seeks contributions - either as conventional papers or as hypertexts - that explore, examine, and reflect upon the creation of literary machines ranging from literary fiction to creative nonfiction and scholarly argumentation. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Hypertext literature
  • Theory and practice of expression in wikis, weblogs, and social spaces
  • Hypertext editing, criticism, and instruction
  • Personal journals, weblogs, and social media
  • Preservation, archives, and personal media collections
  • Net art, literary hypertext, interactive fiction, and games

Program Chair

Mark Bernstein, Eastgate Systems, Inc., USA

Program Committee

  • Diane Greco - Columbia University, USA
  • Joaquim Jorge - Universidade Técnica de Lísboa
  • Nancy Kaplan - Univ. of Baltimore, USA
  • J. Nathan Matias - Cambridge University, UK
  • Stuart Moulthrop - University of Baltimore
  • Jim Whitehead - UC Santa Cruz, USA
  • Adrian Miles - RMIT University, Australia