Paratext in Digital Culture

Los próximos días 28 y 29 de este mes, es decir el jueves y viernes de esta misma semana, se celebra en la Universidad de Bergen, Noruega, el evento Paratext in Digital Culture: is Paratext becoming the Story?.
El paratexto, tal como lo desarrolló Gérard Genette, está evolucionando en el medio digital y debe analizarse su rol en la actualidad.
El programa incluye las siguientes disertaciones:

  • Nadine Desrochers, Université de Montréal, EBSI : "Thinking Paratextually: Making Meaning from Paradigm Shifts in the Age of Digital Culture" 
  • Amy Nottingham-Martin, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI, USA : "Reading between the lines: How paratexts shape readers’ interaction with a transmedia narrative"
  • Patricia Tomaszek, University of Bergen, :"In the Absence of the Publisher's Peritext"
  • Alois Pichler, WAB - Wittgenstein Archives in Bergen : "Paratext in Wittgenstein's Writings"
  • Amélie Zöllner-Weber, PhD, independent researcher, Mannheim, Germany : "Reading an Ontology as Paratext"
  • Daniel Apollon, University of Bergen: "Digital Paratext: Steps Towards New Technologies of the Intellect"
  • Jill Walker Rettberg, University of Bergen: "Book presentation: Seeing Ourselves  Through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves"
  • Kathi Inman Berens, USC, Annenberg School of Communication Fulbright Professor, Digital Culture UiB: "Cooking With Code: Montfort's "Taroko Gorge" and its Paratexts."  
  • Annika Rockenberger, ILOS, Universitetet i Oslo : "Video Game Framings”
  • Anna Nacher, Jagiellonian University, Poland, Institute of Audiovisual Culture "Mashup as paratextual practice: beyond digital objects (in the age of networked  media)

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