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Cyberlaw and Its Discontents

2002-05-18

Setting one scholar’s legalistic solutions against texts by cyber-critics and posts by netizens and web artists, geniwate looks at the issue of copyright law online.

Primary Sounds

2001-09-01

Reflections on Red/Yellow/Blue in the context of Music/Sound/Noise.

One or Many Gombrowicz’s?

1999-01-01

On twentieth-century Poland’s leading author.

Whither Leads the Poem of Forking Paths?

1997-03-01

On the present and future of hypertext poetics (circa 1997).

Nothing Less and Nothing More: The Oulipo Compendium

2003-04-20

Alain Vuillemin comprehends the compendium - a summing up of four decades of Oulipian activity.
Translation by James Stevens

The Electronic Swarm of City and Self

2004-02-29

Jenny Weight reviews William Mitchell’s third book, Me++: The Cyborg Self and the Networked City.

Tales of Almost

2002-07-19

Linda Carolli on the third hybrid collection by Michael Joyce, a work (like the technological landscape it’s about) at once industrial and informatic, essayistic and narrative, technical and autobiographical.

Translation and the Oulipo: The Case of the Persevering Maltese

1997-03-01

Oulipo poetics and the art of translation.

Poetry@The_Millennium: A Conversation with Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris

1997-04-15

A conversation with Pierre Joris and Jerome Rothenberg on the technology and politics of the millenial anthology.

When You Can't Believe Your Eyes: Voice, Vision, and the Prosthetic Subject in Dancer in the Dark

2001-09-01

Cary Wolfe investigates why the reviewers were so rattled by the Lars von Trier film, and in the process puts Jacques Derrida, Stanley Cavell, Slavoj Zizek, and Judith Butler into conversation.

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