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Hypertext 2.0 : the convergence of contemporary critical theory and technology / George P. Landow

Main Author Landow, George P. Publication Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997 Description X, 353 p. ; 23 cm ISBN 0801855861 Abstract Linking post-structuralist theory and developments in hypertext text technology, Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology was for many the definitive work on hypertext during the 1990s and established hypertext as a field of serious critical discourse.
1. Hypertext and Critical Theory Hypertextual Derrida, Poststructuralist Nelson? The Definition of Hypertext and Its History as a Concept Other Convergences: Intertextuality, Multivocality, and De-Centeredness Vannevar Bush and the Memex Virtual Texts, Virtual Authors, and Literary Computing The Nonlinear Model of the Network in Current Critical Theory Cause or Convergence, Influence or Confluence? Analogues to the Gutenberg Revolution Predictions 2. Reconfiguring the Text From Text to Hypertext Problems with Terminology: What Is the Object We Read, and What IsText in Hypertext? Verbal and Nonverbal Text Visual Elements in Print Text Dispersed Text Hypertextual Translation of Scribal Culture; or, The Electronic Manuscript Argumentation, Organization, and Rhetoric Beginnings and Endings in the Open Text Boundaries of the Open Text The Status of the Text; Status in the Text Hypertext and De-centrality: The Philosophical Grounding 3. Reconfiguring the Author How I Am Writing This Book Virtual Presence Collaborative Writing, Collaborative Authorship Examples of Collaboration in Intermedia 4. Reconfiguring Narrative Hypertext and the Aristotelian Conception of Plot Narrative Beginnings and Endings Michael Joyce¹s Afternoon: The Reader¹s Experience as Author 5. Reconfiguring Literary Education Threats and Promises Reconfiguring the Instructor Reconfiguring the Student Reconfiguring the Time of Learning Reconfiguring Assignments and Methods of Evaluation Examples of Collaborative Learning from Intermedia Reconceiving Canon and Curriculum What Chance Has Hypertext in Education? 6. The Politics of Hypertext: Who Controls the Text? Answered Prayers; or, the Politics of Resistance The Marginalization of Technology and the Mystification of Literature The Politics of Particular Technologies Hypertext and the Politics of Reading The Political Vision of Hypertext; or, The Message in the Medium The Politics of Access Access to the Text and the Author's Right (Copyright)
Topical name Hipertexto
Tecnologia
Literatura - Teoria
Pós-estruturalismo
CDU 004
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Linking post-structuralist theory and developments in hypertext text technology, Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology was for many the definitive work on hypertext during the 1990s and established hypertext as a field of serious critical discourse.

1. Hypertext and Critical Theory

Hypertextual Derrida, Poststructuralist Nelson?
The Definition of Hypertext and Its History as a Concept
Other Convergences: Intertextuality, Multivocality, and De-Centeredness
Vannevar Bush and the Memex
Virtual Texts, Virtual Authors, and Literary Computing
The Nonlinear Model of the Network in Current Critical Theory
Cause or Convergence, Influence or Confluence?
Analogues to the Gutenberg Revolution
Predictions

2. Reconfiguring the Text

From Text to Hypertext
Problems with Terminology: What Is the Object We Read, and What IsText in Hypertext?
Verbal and Nonverbal Text
Visual Elements in Print Text
Dispersed Text
Hypertextual Translation of Scribal Culture; or, The Electronic Manuscript
Argumentation, Organization, and Rhetoric
Beginnings and Endings in the Open Text
Boundaries of the Open Text
The Status of the Text; Status in the Text
Hypertext and De-centrality: The Philosophical Grounding

3. Reconfiguring the Author

How I Am Writing This Book
Virtual Presence
Collaborative Writing, Collaborative Authorship
Examples of Collaboration in Intermedia

4. Reconfiguring Narrative

Hypertext and the Aristotelian Conception of Plot
Narrative Beginnings and Endings
Michael Joyce¹s Afternoon: The Reader¹s Experience as Author

5. Reconfiguring Literary Education

Threats and Promises
Reconfiguring the Instructor
Reconfiguring the Student
Reconfiguring the Time of Learning
Reconfiguring Assignments and Methods of Evaluation
Examples of Collaborative Learning from Intermedia
Reconceiving Canon and Curriculum
What Chance Has Hypertext in Education?

6. The Politics of Hypertext: Who Controls the Text?

Answered Prayers; or, the Politics of Resistance
The Marginalization of Technology and the Mystification of Literature
The Politics of Particular Technologies
Hypertext and the Politics of Reading
The Political Vision of Hypertext; or, The Message in the Medium
The Politics of Access
Access to the Text and the Author's Right (Copyright)

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