The Gregory Ulmer Remix

Gathering: The Gregory Ulmer Remix

These essays, also an ebook, have not been written according to an Ulmerian formula. Their only common feature is the application of a structural language that eschews beginnings, middles and ends. Instead these essays prioritize the organization of different material by juxtaposition, analogy and thematic extension - an appropriate logic for an age contoured by recombinant media.

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2007-07-21

Illogic of Sense | The Gregory L. Ulmer Remix: Introduction

2007-05-10

Darren Tofts and Lisa Gye introduce the collection of essays, appearing here in the electropoetics thread, from the Alt-x e-book The Illogic of Sense.

Soliciting Taste: How sweet the taste of salted bream...

2007-05-30

Teri Hoskin, as part of the collection of electropoetics essays on Gregory Ulmer, hypertextually approaches the question of writing and design, of writing as design.

On Hip-Hop, A Rhapsody

2007-05-09

Michael Jarrett practices an Ulmer-inspired heuretics to write about rap.

The King and I: Elvis and the Post-Mortem or A Discontinuous Narrative in Several Media (On the Way to Hypertext)

2007-05-09

Niall Lucy enacts a writing that weaves critical and theoretical speculation, rock journalism, hagiography and autobiography.

StudioLab UMBRELLA

2007-05-09

Jon McKenzie, a former student of Gregory Ulmer’s, traces the relations of influence and mentorship.

From Mystorian to Curmudgeon: Skulking Toward Finitude

2007-05-09

Marcel O’Gorman offers a candid account of what it means to introduce the computer apparatus into teaching in the humanities.

The Two Ulmers in e-Media Studies: Vehicle and Driver

2007-05-09

Craig Saper ingeniously interprets Gregory Ulmer as an object of study, as both a vehicle and driver of signification.

SURFACE TO SURFACE, ASHES TO ASHES (REPORTING TO U)

2007-05-09

Linda Marie Walker writes an involved meditation on the concept of the interface and its relation to place.

Diagrammatology

2007-05-09

Rowan Wilken sets himself the challenge of theorizing the unrepresentable in relation to the architectural model of the diagram.

Dali Clocks: Time Dimensions of Hypermedia

2001-01-01

Stephanie Strickland investigates an epistemological shift in web-specific art and literature, from an understanding that is less about structure and more about resonance.

Writing the Paradigm

1996-03-15

An overview of Gregory Ulmer’s thought by Victor Vitanza.

The Code is not the Text (unless it is the Text)

2002-09-10

An argument against the collapse of categories by an author who has, yes, himself perpetrated a few codeworks.

Mindful of Multiplicity

2001-09-01

Linda Carroli reviews Michael Joyce on networked culture, whose emergence changes our ideas of change.

Resistance Through Hypertext: ACTing UP in the Electronic Classroom

2003-11-06

Laura Sullivan and her students explore webwriting
and content provision as activist tools.

A Project for a New Consultancy

1996-03-15

Joseph Tabbi and Gregory Ulmer discuss what intellectual work will be like in the new electracy.