Presentations

 

International and National (Examples)


“Sound Reproduction and the Literary.”  A Special Session with Jentery Sayers, forthcoming at the 2011 Modern Language Association Conference.  January 2011; Los Angeles, CA.


“Practice-Led Research.”  Creative Nation: Writers and Writing in the New Media Culture.  December 3, 2010; Sydney, Australia.


“The Intermedia Experience of Barcodes.”  The 2010 International Digital Media & Arts Association Conference.  November 2010.  Vancouver, Canada.


“Reconsidering the Electronic Literary Artifact:  E-Books, Twitterature, and Digitalized Richard Brautigan.”  With Terry Harpold and John Barber.  Archive and Innovate:  The 4th International Electronic Literature Organization Conference and Festival.  June 2010;  Providence, RI.


"'A Breach, [and] an Expansion': The Humanities and Digital Media." Special Panel entitled "Locating the Literary in Digital Media." The 2009 Modern Language Association Conference. December 2009; Philadelphia, PA.


"E-Ject: On the Ephemeral Nature, Genres, & Criticism of Electronic Objects." Digital Art and Culture 2009 Conference. December 2009; Irvine, CA.


"Undergraduate Research, Civic Engagement, and Digital Media." The International Digital Media & Arts Association 2009 Conference. November 2009; Muncie, IN.


"Foundations for a Program in Digital Media: A Case Study." The International Digital Media & Arts Association 2008 Conference. With John Barber. November 2008; Savannah, GA.


"Hyperlinking in 3D Multimedia Performances." Hypertext 2008. June 2008; Pittsburgh, PA.


"Corporeal Poetry: Experiments with 3D Poetry in the MOVE Lab". Visionary Landscapes: The 2008 Electronic Literature Organization Conference. August 2008; Vancouver, WA.


"The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." The 2007 Interactive Futures Conference. November 2007; Victoria, Canada.


"Mindful Games: Play Environments, Cognition, and Embodiment." The Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts 2007 Conference. November 2007; Portland, ME.


"Changing Perspectives of War and Violent Gaming: Translating a Performance-Installation to a Non-Zero Sum Serious Game." With Steve Gibson. Accepted at the 2007 Digital Arts and Culture Conference. September 2007; Perth, Australia


"Process-Intensive Literature." The Future of Electronic Literature, sponsored by the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities and the Electronic Literature Organization. May 3, 2007; College Park, MD.


"'The Telebody': Case Studies of the Intersection of Globalism, Identity, and Technology in the Media Arts." 2007 Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 2007; NY, NY.


"Kinesthesia and Interactivity in Electronic Literature." Collision 2006 Symposium on Inter-arts Research and Practice. September 2006; Victoria, Canada.


"Transgressing the Limits: Narratives of Scientists in Science Fiction." The 4th European Society of Literature, Science, and the Arts. June 2006; Amsterdam, Netherlands.


"Rhetoric of the Senses." The 2006 Computers and Writing Conference. May 2006; Lubbock, TX.


"New Media + Rhetoric." The 2006 Computers and Writing Conference. May 2006; Lubbock, TX.


"The Role of Sound in Electronic Literary Works." Interactive Futures 2006: Audio Visions. February 2006; Victoria, Canada.


"Ephemeral Writing." With Steve Gibson. Digital Arts and Culture. December 2005; Copenhagen, Denmark.


"'When Ghost Will Die': Narrative Performance though the Use of an Emergent Technology." The Society of Literature, Science, and the Arts. November 2005; Chicago, IL.


"When Ghosts Will Die." Collision: A Symposium On Interarts And Interdisciplinary Practices. September 2005; Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.


"New Media Art: Research at the Forward Edge." Special panel with Margaret Dolinsky, Peter Anders, Victoria Vesna; Roy Ascott, Chair. SIGGRAPH 2005. August 2005; Los Angeles, CA.


"Myths, Aboriginal Songlines, and Consciousness." With John Barber. "Shaping Consciousness: New Media, Spirituality, and Identity." April 2005; Dallas, TX.


"Media Rhetoric and the Analysis of Texts: A Case Study Using Written, Auditory, and Kinetic Rhetorics to Analyze Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" Speech." With John Barber and Laura Gray; Cindy Selfe, moderator. Forthcoming at The 2005 Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 2005; San Francisco, CA.


"Telepresent Collaboration for Real-Time Interaction: The 'Virtual DJ' and 'Corporeal Poetics.'" With Steve Gibson, John Barber and Will Bauer. Interactive Futures. February 2005; Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.


"The Mythic Vision in Narrative of Aboriginal Songlines and Electronic Literature of Network Systems." With John Barber. Consciousness Reframed. November 2004; Beijing, China.


"Myth and Network Systems." With John Barber. The Society of Literature and Science. October 2004; Durham, NC.


"Winged Words: The Nouspace Radio Cafe Project." Incubation 3. University of Nottingham Trent. July 2004; Nottingham, UK.


"Off the Printed Page: Background and Theory about Electronic Literature." Ciberart. April 2004; Bilbao Spain.


"The Potential of Electronic Literature." Consciousness Reframed July 2003; Newport, Wales.


"New Media Translation Theory and the Online Brautigan Bibliography." With John Barber. Digital Arts and Culture International Conference. May 2003; Melbourne, Australia.


"Translating Visual and Auditory Texts." Nomadic Traditions: Thinking about Art. Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Zürich (HGKZ). April 2003; Zurich, Switzerland.


"A Theory for Online Archives of Print-Based Writing." With John Barber. The 2004 Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 2003; San Antonio, TX.


"Hyperseeing and Medium." Remaking Reality: Public Symposium. Interactive Arts / Media Arts School. October 2002; Ogaki, Japan.


"Flat Space, Hyperspace, and Visual Space: Three Looks at the Notion of Dimensionality in Literature, Science, and New Media." The Society of Literature and Science. October 2003; Austin, TX.


"Demonstrating Defiance and Decorum: A Multimedia Performance of Ideas and Themes Posited by 20th Century Female Rhetors." With Laura Gray and Kay Robinson. The Fourth Biennial Feminism(s) & Rhetoric(s) Conference October 2003; Columbus, Ohio.


"Language Charged: Teaching and Learning about Literature in Electronic Environments." The 2003 Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 2003; NY, NY.


"Mutability and Medium." A Series of Town Hall Meetings for the Computers and Writing Community. The Computers and Writing 2002 Conference. May 2002; Normal, IL.


"Technofeminism? Or, Why Some Feminists Don't Love Their Computers but Should." The Third Biennial Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference October 2001; Decatur, IL.

 

Keynote Addresses & Invited Lectures


"iChat for Effective Online Collaboration" The Apple Corporation; The Apple Store. Dallas, TX. July 9, 2005.


"Penelope in The Penelopeia Project." Washington D.C. Hosted by the Greek Embassy and the International Monetary Fund's Art Association. June 24, 2003.


"Bridges Women Build: Science Technology and Beyond." The 17th Annual All-University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education. April 2002; Lubbock, TX.