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Content: CURRICULUM VITAE Dene Grigar, PhD Email: [email protected] Portfolio: http://www.nouspace.net/dene MOVE Lab: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/move Electronic Literature Lab: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/ell
RESEARCH STATEMENT My research focuses o n the creation, curation, preservation, and criticism of Electronic Literature. The kind of research I undertake relies on a deep knowledge of media production and is expressed through traditional publications (e.g. essays) but also through activities involving curated exhibits and multimedia design. My work has historically found itself at the cusp of changes wrought by the evolving notions of literature and associated literary activities as they are impacted by digital media and, so, has been continuously evolving in response to technological and cultural considerations.
Post-Doctoral Study, 2002-2004 Ph.D., 1995 M.A., 1991
EDUCATION New Media and Interactive Arts; The Planetary Collegium University of Plymouth, School of Computing Electronics and Communications Humanities; University of Texas at Dallas Humanities; University of Texas at Dallas
Other Education: Intensive Professional Development course, "Curating after New Media." University of Sunderland, London Campus. March 2015
Professor, 2006-present Associate Professor, 1995-2006 Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1990-1995
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Washington State University Vancouver ( Promoted 2015) Texas Woman's University (Tenured 2001) University of Texas at Dallas
RESEARCH AFFILIATIONS Research Associate, Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL). University of Victoria, 2015­­ FELLOWSHIPS "Buchanan Summer Fellowship." The College of Arts and Sciences and Department of English. 2016. "Writers for the Future: TEXTLab." trAce Online Writing Centre. Nottingham-Trent University, UK. November 2003. National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute. "Literature in Transition: The Impact of Information Technologies." Led by N. Katherine Hayles. UCLA. Summer 2001. INTERNATIONAL & NATIONAL MEDIA ART/DIGITAL WORKS "DrowZ Driver App." An app that alerts drivers when they have become drowsy when driving. PIs: Hans Van Dongen, Sleep Lab, WSU Spokane; Sandip Roy, Electrical Engineering, WSU Pullman; Michael Ebinger, WSU Spokane, WSU University Center for Innovation. http://dtc-wsuv.org/projects/drowz-drive/. Grants: 2014 Office of Commercialization Gap Fund. $50000 Press: "Awake at the Wheel," https://news.wsu.edu/2015/04/03/awake-at-the-wheel-tech-collaboration-aims-to-savelives/#.VSva5lweV7Q "Evolving the Botanic Garden." An interpretative app for the Devonian Botanic Garden's New Islamic Garden, Edmonton, Canada. PIs: Dr. Hussein Keshani, University of British Columbia Okanagan; Dr. Lee Foote, University
of Alberta; Dr. Dene Grigar, WSUV; Dr. Constance Crompton, University of British Columbia Okanagan; Shiraz Allibhai, The Aga Khan Trust for Culture. http://dtc-wsuv.org/projects/dbg/. Grants: 2014 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). $198,259. Presentation: "Botanic Gardens, Technology and Innovative Ways to Connect People with Nature." The Botanic Garden Conservation International Conference, Missouri Botanic Garden, April 26-May 1, 2015. Curlew. With Greg Philbrook. An interactive, multimedia poem about one man's encounter with the forces of nature. It involves three versions: a three-wall projection for a black box environment for live performance; a single monitor for gallery installations; and an app-book environment for tablets. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/curlew. Exhibits: "Reading Interfaces: Inquiries at the Intersection of Literature and Technology." Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH; April 8-10, 2015. http://cwru-daily.com/news/colloquium-tofeature-presentations-on-digital-literature/ The OLE .01 International Festival of Electronic Literature. October 8-30, 2014. Naples, Italy. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuc.org/curlew; OLE.01 archival site: http://www.olefestival.it; YouTube documentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epViuhb5FYo&feature=share; Vimeo documentation of the entire exhibit: http://vimeo.com/113830268 (see 6:40 for "Curlew"). Readings and Invited Talks: University College Cork. Cork, Ireland; Friday, December 4, 2015. Electronic Literature Organization 2015 Media Arts Show. Bergen, Norway; August 2015. ELO @ the Rickshaw. Vancouver, B.C.; Friday, January 9, 2015. Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature. With Stuart Moulthrop (U Wisconsin Milwaukee). My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/pathfinders. Books: Moulthrop, Stuart and Dene Grigar. Traversals: The Use of Preservation for Early Electronic Writing. Forthcoming. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. Publication date: spring 2017. Grigar, Dene and Stuart Moulthrop. Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature. An open-source, multimedia book funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. June 2015. Access at: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/pathfinders. Essays: Grigar, Dene. "The Legacy of Judy Malloy." Forthcoming in #WomenTechLit. Ed. Maria Mencia. Morgantown, WV: The University of West Virginia Press. Essay submitted to volume. Moulthrop, Stuart and Dene Grigar. "Traversals: A Method of Preservation for Born-Digital Texts." The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities. Ed. Jentery Sayers. NY, NY: Routledge Press. Essay submitted to volume. Grigar, Dene. "Pathfinders: Documenting Curation as a Scholarly Practice." Authoring Software.15 Jan. 2014. http://www.narrabase.net/mla2014_curator_statement.html. Grants: 2013 National Endowment for the Humanities "Start Up Grant." $52,003.
Exhibit: Grigar, Dene and Stuart Moulthrop. "Pathfinders: An Exhibit of Early Digital Literature and Its Impact." The 2014 Modern Language Association Conference. Chicago, IL; January 2014. My archival site: http://dtc- wsuv.org/wp/pathfinders/exhibit. Conference Presentations: Grigar, Dene. "Uncle Buddy & an Argument for Collection." 2015 Narrative Conference. March 2015; Chicago, IL. Grigar, Dene and Stuart Moulthrop. "Preserving Literature through Documenting Readers' Experience: The Pathfinders Project." The Electronic Literature Organization 2014 Conference. July 2014; Milwaukee, WI. Grigar, Dene. "Digital Humanities and Media Studies: Exploring the Intersections." The 2014 Society for Cinema and Media Studies. March 2014; Seattle, WA. Press: Ashenfelder, Michael. "Preserving Vintage Electronic Literature." The Signal: digital preservation. Library of Congress. 13 Nov. 2013. http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2013/11/preserving-vintageelectronic- literature/. "Electronic literature lives on through WSUV project." The Columbian. 12 July 2013. http://www.columbian.com/news/2013/jul/12/electronic-literature-lives-on-wsuv-pathfinders/. References: Borsuk, Amaranth. "The Book (and E-Lit) as Nostalgic Object." Sprint Beyond the Book. 7 Feb. 2014. http://sprintbeyondthebook.com/2014/02/the-book-and-e-lit-as-nostalgic-object/. Flood, Alison. "Where did the story of e-books begin?" The Guardian. 12 Mar. 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/mar/12/ebooks-begin-medium-reading-peterjames?CMP=twt_gu. Maduro, Daniela Cфrtes. "Caring for Electronic Literature." Materialidades da Literatura. 7 Dec. 2014. Retrieved: http://matlit.wordpress.com/2014/12/07/caring-for-electronic-literature/. iSci: Interactive Technology for Immersive Environments. With Dr. Alexander Dimitrov (WSUV, Mathematics). An interactive learning environment involving a Kinect Sensor, Wii Remote, a Falcon Game Controller, and an iPad used for teaching f u n d a m e n t a l s o f c h e m i s t r y , grades 6-12. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/isci. Grants: 2013 WSUV Research Mini-Grant. $4800. PIs: Alexander Dimitrov and Dene Grigar. 2013 College of Arts and Sciences Research Grant. $4800. PIs: Alexander Dimitrov and Dene Grigar. 2013 College of Arts and Science Meyer Award. $5000. PIs: Alexander Dimitrov and Dene Grigar. "Grand Emporium of the West." Fort Vancouver Mobile. With Dr. Brett Oppegaard. Digital narratives developed for the iPhone and Android environments focusing on the history of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Archival site (maintained by Brett Oppegaard): http://fortvancouvermobilesubrosa.blogspot.com. Link to the app in the Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-grandemporium/id797642451?ls=1&mt=8. Grants: 2012 National Endowment for the Humanities, "We the People" (through ODH), $19,421. PIs: Brett Oppegaard and Dene Grigar. "A Villager's Tale." Fort Vancouver Mobile. With Dr. Brett Oppegaard (WSUV, CMDC). Digital narratives for the iPhone and Android environments focusing on the history of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. My Archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/. Archival site (maintained by Brett Oppegaard): http://fortvancouvermobilesubrosa.blogspot.com. Link to the app in the Apple Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fort-vancouver/id527262125?ls=1&mt=8.
Grants: 2011 National Endowment for the Humanities "Start Up Grant." $50,000. For funding of Phase II focusing on the theme of gender and domestic life at the Fort. PIs: Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard. 2011 Historic Projects Grant. $19,912. For funding of Phase II, "Gender and Domestic Life at the Fort." PIs: Brett Oppegaard and Dene Grigar. 2010 WSUV Research Mini-Grant. $3000. For funding of Phase I, "William Kaulehelehe: The life and times of Hawaiians at the Fort." PIs: Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard. 2010 Historic Projects Grant. $8953. Brett Oppegaard, PI. Publication: Oppegaard, Brett and Dene Grigar. "The Interrelationships of Digital Storytelling Mobile Media." The MobileStory. Ed. Jason Farman. NY, NY: Routledge Press, 2014. 17-33. Feature: The 43rd Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities. Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 12 May 2014. http://www.neh.gov/films/the-fort-vancouver-mobile-project. Press: "Fort Vancouver Smartphone App Brings History to Life." The Columbian. January 15, 2012. http://www.columbian.com/news/2012/jan/15/fort-vancouver-smartphone-app-wsu-national-park/. Invited Talk: "Connecting with the Past, Networked for the Future: The Fort Vancouver Project." [email protected] Lecture Series. The University of Pittsburgh. October 19, 2011. http://www.pitt.edu/~dmap/speakers/. Invited Speaker. "Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project." The Center for Literary Computing. West Virginia University. October 17, 2011. "The 24-Hr. Micro-Elit Project." 24 works of micro-fiction published on Twitter each hour on August 21, 2009. My archive site: http://www.nouspace.net/dene/24hr/24-Hr._Micro-Elit_Project/Home.html. Juried Exhibit: Archive and Innovate, Brown University, June 2010. Invited Essay: Grigar, Dene. "On the Art of Producing a Phenomenally Short Fiction Collection over the Net using Twitter: `The 24-Hr. Micro-Elit Project.'" Jan. 2011. Authoring Software. http://www.narrabase.net/dene_grigar.html. Reviews: Flores, Leonardo. I E-Poetry. March 24, 2013. http://iloveepoetry.com/?p=29. "Things of Day and Dream." With Jeannette Altman. Live interactive, multimedia poem created with sensorbased, motion-tracking technologies. Performances: Grigar, Dene. "Digital Writing: Performances and Readings of Electronic Literature." The Association of Writers & Writing Programs 2013 Conference and Book Fair. March 9, 2013; Boston, MA. Grigar, Dene and Jeannette Altman. "An Evening of Digital Music, Interactive Dance, & Electronic Literature," Clark College, Vancouver, WA; September 28, 2007. Publication of Documentation Video of Performance:
National Council of Teachers of English Poetry Month. April 3, 2009. Peer-Reviewed Published Articles: Grigar, Dene. "Hyperlinking in 3D Multimedia Performances." Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary Structures, Interfaces and Genres. Ed. Jцrgen Schдfer and Peter Gendolla. Bielefeld, Germany: Transaction Publishers, 2010. 249-258. ---. "The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and the New Screen. Ed. Randy Adams, Steve Gibson and Stefan Muller. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Publications, 2008. 127-142. Rhapsody Room. With Jeannette Altman. Live interactive, multimedia environment that explores language and digital poetry. Performance: Grigar, Dene and Jeannette Altman. "An Evening of Digital Music, Interactive Dance, & Electronic Literature," Clark College, Vancouver, WA; September 28, 2007. Peer-Reviewed Published Articles: Grigar, Dene. "Hyperlinking in 3D Multimedia Performances." Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary Structures, Interfaces and Genres. Ed. Jцrgen Schдfer and Peter Gendolla. Bielefeld, Germany: Transaction Publishers, 2010. 249-258. ---. "The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and the New Screen. Ed. Randy Adams, Steve Gibson and Stefan Muller. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Publications, 2008. 127-142. Virtual DJ. With Dr. Steve Gibson (U Victoria, Fine Art). Performance-installation involving sensor-based motion tracking technology. Archival site (Maintained by Steve Gibson): http://www.telebody.ws/VirtualDJ. Performance: Gibson, Steve, and Dene Grigar. Networked Performance between Vancouver, WA and Vancouver, B.C. BC.net. April 18, 2007. Peer-Reviewed Published Articles: Grigar, Dene. "Hyperlinking in 3D Multimedia Performances." Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary Structures, Interfaces and Genres. Ed. Jцrgen Schдfer and Peter Gendolla. Bielefeld, Germany: Transaction Publishers, 2010. 249-258. ---. "The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and the New Screen. Ed. Randy Adams, Steve Gibson and Stefan Muller. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Publications, 2008. 127-142. Grigar, Dene and Steve Gibson. "Motion Tracking Technology, Telepresence, and Collaboration."Hyperrhiz 03, Summer 2007. http://mirror.hyperrhiz.net/hyperrhiz03/grigar/mtc_page1.html. ---. "Ephemeral Writing." Copenhagen, DE: Digital Arts and Culture, 2005. Press: "All hands on holodeck." The Columbian. 16 Apr. 2007. http://alt.startrek.narkive.com/e3SYjuD9/newresearch- may-lead-to-holodecks-someday. When Ghosts Will Die. With Steve Gibson. A performance-installation that ulitizes interactive, multimedia technologies to tell the story about the dangers of nuclear proliferation. Archival site (Maintained by Steve Gibson): http://telebody.ws/ghosts/. Performances: Gibson, Steve and Dene Grigar. Collision: A Symposium On Interarts And Interdisciplinary Practices,
University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada; September 10, 2005. ---. Project X + The Planetary Collegium, Dallas, TX. April 9, 2005. ---. Preview Performance, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada; April 2005. Juried Festival: Gibson, Steve and Dene Grigar. Art Tech Media 06. March-October 2006. http://www.artechmedia.net/artistslist.htm#7http://www.artechmedia.net/artistslist.htm#7. Presidencia Gobierno de Canarias, The Canary Islands Museo de Arte Contemporбneo Uniуn Fenosa ­ MACUF, Coruсa Museo Vasco Artium, Vitoria, Spain Museo Da2, Salamanca, Spain Centro Pбrraga, Murcia, Spain BilbaoArte, Bilbao, Spain Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain CCCB, Barcelona, Spain Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofнa, Madrid, Spain Publication of Documentation Video of Performance: Gibson, Steve and Dene Grigar. Drunken Boat. Volume 8. 2006. http://drunkenboat.com/db8/. Peer-Reviewed Published Articles: Grigar, Dene. "The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound,Vision and the New Screen. Ed. Randy Adams, Steve Gibson and Stefan Muller. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Publications, 2008. 127-142. Grigar, Dene and Steve Gibson. "Motion Tracking Technology, Telepresence, and Collaboration."Hyperrhiz 03, Summer 2007. http://mirror.hyperrhiz.net/hyperrhiz03/grigar/mtc_page1.html. Award: Finalist. Drunken Boat Panliterary Awards. 2008. http://drunkenboat.com/db8/. "Fallow Field: A Story in Two Parts." A short work of web-based hypertext fiction with Flash that chronicles the breakdown of a marriage. My archival site: http://www.nouspace.net/dene/fallow_field/fallow_field_opening.html. Juried Exhibit: Grigar, Dene. "Words." Angst Gallery, Vancouver, WA. September 2009. http://www.angstgallery.com/. Publication of Art: The Iowa Review Web. September 2004. Translated into Spanish by Eilene Powell. Documented at http://elmcip.net/person/dene-grigar. Re-publication of Art: Nouvelles Technologies Nouvelles Textualitйs (NT2), 08 Oct. 2006. http://nt2.uqam.ca/en/repertoire/fallowfield- story-two-parts. Invited Essay: Grigar, Dene. Authoring Software. "Reflecting on `Fallow Field': An Artist's Paper." July 2012. http://www.narrabase.net/dene_grigar_ff.html. Review: Flores, Leonardo. I E-Poetry. 4 Aug. 2012. http://iloveepoetry.com/?p=280. References: Laccetti, Jess. "Reading Links in Dene Grigar's "Fallow Field." 1 May 2008. http://www.jesslaccetti.co.uk/2008/01/reading-links-in-dene-grigars-fallow.html.
Thomas, Sue, Chris Joseph, Jess Laccetti, et al. "Transliteracy: Crossing Divides. First Monday. Volume 12. 3 Dec. 2007. http://firstmonday.org/article/view/2060/1908. Reading: "An Evening with Electronic Literature at Ada's." 7 March 2014. http://blog.seattletechnicalbooks.com/anevening- with-electronic-literature-at-adas/. "The Jungfrau Tapes: A Conversation with Diana Slattery about The Glide Project." A hypertext-video interview of Diana Slattery, the author of The Glide Project and The Maze Game, in April 2003 My archival site: http://www.nouspace.net/dene/jungfrau_tapes/slattery_opening.html. Publication of Art: The Iowa Review Web. September 2004. Documented at http://elmcip.net/person/dene-grigar. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. CURATORIAL WORK "You/I: Story Interfaces & Reader Experiences" Forthcoming at the Winona State University Art Gallery. September 22October 14, 2016. "An Exhibit of Historical Archives of Electronic Literature." June 6-17, 2016. McPherson Library, Special collections & University Archives, University of Victoria, Victoria, B. C. http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/ell/2016/05/27/an-exhibit-of-historicalarchives-of-electronic-literature/. "New Text." International Symposium on Electronic Art 2015. August 2015. Vancouver, B.C. Catalog: Art and Disruption, edited by Kate Armstrong. Brighton, UK: ISEA International, 2015. 154-169. Catalog PDF: http://isea2015.org/proceeding/submissions/ISEA2015_catalogue.pdf My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/new-text/. "Game Changers: video games as Innovation." Co-curated with Kate Palermini. Nouspace Gallery. March 6-28, 2015. My Archival Site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/gamechangers/. "Moving Words: Kinetic Poetry and Prose, 1984-2014." Illuminations, the gallery for the School of English, Media, and Theatre Studies at the National University of Ireland. Maynooth, Ireland; March 2014. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/moving-words/. Illuminations' archival site: http://illuminationsgallery.wordpress.com/2014/02/06/moving-words/. References: Flood, Alison. "Where did the story of e-books begin?" The Guardian. 12 Mar. 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/mar/12/ebooks-begin-medium-reading-peterjames?CMP=twt_gu. "Pathfinders: 25 Years of Experimental Literary Art." The 2014 Modern Language Association Conference. Chicago, IL; January 2014. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/pathfinders/exhibit. Reviews and References: Schell, Justin. "Unexpected Alignments at MLA." Council on Library and Information Resources. 20 Feb. 2014. http://connect.clir.org/blogs/justin-schell/2014/02/20/unexpected-alignments-at-mla. Salter, Anastasia. "Making Things and MLA 2014. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 21 Jan. 2014. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/making-things-and-mla/54561. "Exploring the Electronic Literary Landscape of the Pacific Northwest." The 2013 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. Victoria, Canada; June 6, 2013. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/elit-dhsi.
"Electronic Literature & Its Emerging Forms." The Electronic Literature Showcase. The Library of Congress. Washington, D.C.; April 3-5, 2013. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/elit-loc. The Library of Congress's archival site: http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/elit-showcase.html. Reviews: Roudabush, Jennifer. "Electronic Literature Showcase at the Library of Congress." Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures 10.0. Fall 2013. http://www.hyperrhiz.net/hyperrhiz10/special-feature-e-litreviews/electronic-literature-showcase-at-the-library-of-congress.html. Szilak, Illya. "Books That Nobody Reads: E-Lit at the Library of Congress." The Huffington Post. 25 Apr. 2013. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/illya-szilak/e-literature_b_3124028.html. Interview: Giampi, Daniele. "Interview with Dene Grigar." Electronicliteraturereview. 5 May 2014. http://electronicliteraturereview.wordpress.com/2013/05/05/interview-with-dene-grigar/. References: Flores, Leonardo. "The I E-Poetry Guide to `Electronic Literature & Its Emerging Forms.'" I E-Poetry. 3 Apr.2013. "A Biblioteca do Congreso dos Estados Unidos acolle unha exhibiciуn de literatura electrуnica das tres ъltimas dйcadas." Literatura Electrуnica en E S PA С A . 1 3 M a r c h 2 0 1 3 . http://proxectole.es/2013/03/a-biblioteca-do-congreso-dos-estados-unidos-acolle-unha-exhibicion-deliteratura-electronica-das-tres-ultimas-decadas/. Bigelow, Alan. "Report from the Library of Congress." . 14 Apr. 2013. http://www.terminalapsu.org/2013/04/14/report-from-the-library-of-congress/. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. "C & I's Thom Swiss Recently Featured in Electronic Literature Exhibit at the Library ofCongress." HE+HD April Archives. Apr. 2013. Garfinkel, Susan. "From Books to Bits: Library of Congress Electronic LiteratureShowcase Highlights Emerging Literary Forms." The Signal: Digital Preservation. 1 Apr. 2013. http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2013/04/from-books-to-bits-library-of-congress-electronic-literatureshowcase-highlights-emerging-literary-forms/. Kirschenbaum, Matthew. "Electronic Literature as Cultural Heritage (Confessions of an Incunk)." 6 Apr. 2013. http://mkirschenbaum.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/electronic-literature-as-cultural-heritageconfessions-of- incunk. Gauthier, Joлlle. "Retour sur Avril 2013: Mais Oщ Est L'Hypertexte de Fiction?." NT2. 2 May 2013.http://nt2.uqam.ca/en/delineaires/retour-sur-avril-2013-mais-ou-est-lhypertexte-de-fiction. "Spine Poetry." Multimodal Mel @ matx. 9 Apr. 2013. http://multimodalmel.blogspot.com. Wickner, Amy. "'Hypertext Narrative, Kinetic Poetry': Library of Congress to Highlight Electronic Literature." Education Week. 26 Mar. 2013. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/bookmarks/2013/03/library_of_congress_to_highlight_electronic_literature .html?cmp=SOC-SHR-TW. Lectures and Invited Talks: Garfinkel, Susan. "Talking about Digital Archiving" Library of Congress Brown Bag. April 17, 2013. Grigar, Dene. "Curating `Digital Born' Literature." Featured Talk. Digital Cultures in the Age of Big Data. Bowling Green State University. May 16, 2013. Bowling Green, OH. "Avenues of Access." The 2013 Modern Language Association Conference. Boston, MA; January 2013. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/mla2013.
Reviews: Bigelow, Alan. "Ten (or More) Misconceptions about Electronic Literature. . 26 Jan. 2013. http://www.terminalapsu.org/2013/01/26/ten-or-more-misconceptions-about-electronicliterature/. "E-Literature Exhibit at MLA Features `Multimodal Poetry' and `Literary Games.'" Poetry Foundation. http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2013/01/e-literature-exhibit-at-mla-features-multimodal-poetry-andliterary-games/. "Literatura Eletrуnica no Congresso da MLA 2013." Materialidades da Literatura. 1 May 2013. http://matlit.wordpress.com/2013/01/05/literatura-eletronica-no-congresso-da-mla-2013/. References: Croxall, Brian. "Teaching Creativity through Code." A Digital Pedagogy Unconference. 29 Dec. 2012. http://www.briancroxall.net/digitalpedagogy/2012/12/29/teaching-creativity-through-code/. Courses: "Electronic Literature / ENG 355." Instructors: Aurelea Mahood & Brian Ganter, English Department, Capilano University (Canada). Spring 2013. http://gantercourses.net/spr13engl335/. "Electrifying Literature." The 2012 Electronic Literature Organization 2012 Conference. Morgantown, WV; June 2012. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/elo2012/elo2012/Welcome.html. "Electronic Literature." The 2012 Modern Language Association Conference. Seattle, WA; January 2012. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/mla2012. References: Ball, Cheryl. "Review of Profession 2011 section on `Evaluating Digital Scholarship.'" Kairos 16.2. Spring 2012. http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/16.2/loggingon/lo-profession.html. "Editor's Choice: Round Up of AHA and MLA Conferences." Digital Humanities Now. 9 Jan. 2012. http://digitalhumanitiesnow.org/2012/01/ec-round-up-of-aha-and-mla-conferences/. [Documentation of videos from exhibit performances are linked from site.] Jackson, Korey. "Once More with Feeling: How MLA Found Its Heart." HASTAC 16 Jan. 2012.http://hastac.org/blogs/kbjack/2012/01/16/back-mla-report-not-badgood-fact. Reprinted in Mpublishing: U of Michigan Library. 16 Jan. 2012. http://publishing.umich.edu/2012/01/16/mpub-mla/. Malloy, Judy. "MLA 2012 to Feature Exhibition of Electronic Literature." Authoring Software. 28 Dec. 2011. http://www.narrabase.net/elit_software_news.html#dec28_2011. Taylor, Laurie, N. "E-Lit Exhibit at MLA; Exhibits, Peer Review, and What Counts." 2 Jan. 2012. http://laurientaylor.org/2012/01/02/elit-exhibit-mla-exhibits-peer-review-what-counts/. Peer-Reviewed Published Essays: Grigar, Dene. "Why Curating? A Curatorial Statement about Electronic Literature and Works on Desktop." Rhizomes (24) 2012. http://www.rhizomes.net/issue24/grigar.html. "Windows Into Art." With Karen Madsen. Exhibit of contemporary art by 18 artists placed in windows of vacant buildings in downtown Vancouver, WA. June 4-July 5, 2010. Achival site (Maintained by Karen Madsen): http://www.windowsintoart.org/. Peer-Reviewed Published Essays: Grigar, Dene. "The Intermedial Experience of Barcodes." Technoculture: An Online Journal of Technology in Society. Volume 2 (2012). http://tcjournal.org/drupal/vol2/grigar. "mediartZ: Art as Experiential, Art as Participatory, Art as Electronic." North Bank Artists Gallery, October 2-31, 2009. Vancouver, WA. My archival site: http://www.nouspace.net/mediartZ/mediartZ/Welcome.html.
"Visionary Landscapes: The Electronic Literature Organization Media Art Show." North Bank Artists Gallery, Clark College, and Washington State University Vancouver. May 29-June 1, 2008. Vancouver, WA. My archival site: http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/elo08/. Peer-Reviewed Published Essays: Grigar, Dene. "Visionary Landscapes: Literature on the Edge of Time and Space." Hyperrhiz. 2009. http://www.hyperrhiz.net/hyperrhiz06/18-introduction/68-visionary-landscapes-literature-on-the-edge-oftime-and-space. "Wild Nature and the Digital Life." With Sue Thomas. Leonardo Electronic Almanac. November 2006 Volume 14, Issues 07-08. ISSN NO : 1071 - 4391. Archival site (Maintained by LEA): http://leoalmanac.org/gallery/digiwild/index.htm. "Project X + The Planetary Collegium Media Art Show." April 2005. Dallas, TX. My archival site: http://www.nouspace.net/dene/media-arts-event.html. GRANTS AND FUND-RAISING External Grants $24,280. Funded. 2016 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Connections grant. PIs: Caitlin Fisher, York University; Dene Grigar, WSUV. To fund the ELO 2016 Media Arts Festival. $198,259. Funded. 2014 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). PIs: Hussein Keshani, University of British Columbia (UBCO); Constance Crompton, UBCO; Lee Foote, Devonian Botanic Garden; Dene Grigar, WSUV; Shiraz Allibbai; Aga Khan Trust for Culture. "Evolving the Botanic Garden: Digital Environmental and Cultural Interpretation at the Edmonton Devonian Botanic Garden's New Islamic Garden." OGRD-122703-001. $6380. Funded. 2013 Humanities Washington. PIs: Dene Grigar, Christopher Luna, Leonard Orr, and Kandy Robertson. To fund project, "Enriching Our Lives with Poetry." OGRD-122239-002. $52,003. Funded. 2013 The National Endowment for the Humanities Start Up Grant. PIs: Dene Grigar and Stuart Moulthrop. "Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature." OGRD-121827001. $19418. Funded. 2012 National Endowment for the Humanities "We the People." PIs: Brett Oppegaard and Dene Grigar. "The Grand Emporium of the West." OGRD-114730-004. $50000. Funded. 2011 National Endowment for the Humanities Start Up Grant. PIs: Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard. "A Villager's Tale," for the Fort Vancouver Mobile Project. OGRD-114730-003. $19,912. Funded. 2010 Historic Promotions Grant. PIs: Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard. "The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project." OGRD-113965 005. $15,965. Funded. 1998 Texas Council of the Humanities. PIs: Bill Tanner and Dene Grigar. Summer Workshop, entitled "Ancient Cultures of Our World." Internal Grants $4000. Buchanan Summer Fellowship. To fund research for documenting works of electronic literature. $5000. Funded. 2015 CougParents Award. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund Live Radio Performance Series, "Radio Reimagined" and Game Changers exhibit. $50,000. Funded. WSU Office of Commercialization Gap Fund. PIs: Hans Van Dongen, Dene Grigar, John Barber, and Sandip Roy. To build a user interface that will translate the research from WSU-Spokane's Sleep and Performance Research Center into mobile device applications for vehicles practical and commercializable. $5000. Funded. 2014 CougParents Award. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund Live Radio Performance Series, "Radio Reimagined."
$5000. Funded. 2013 CougParents Award. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund Cathy Davidson to speak at WSUV. $4800. Funded. 2013 WSUV Research Mini-Grant. PIs: Alexander Dimitrov and Dene Grigar. To fund iSci. $5000. Funded. 2013 Edward R. Meyer Project Award. PIs: Alexander Dimitrov and Dene Grigar. To fund iSci. $4800. Funded. WSUV CAS Research Grant. PIs: Alexander Dimitrov and Dene Grigar. To fund iSci. $500. Funded. 2013 WSUV CAS General Fund Award. PI: Dene Grigar. To lease five iMacs for the Library of Congress exhibit. $5000. Funded. 2012 CougParents Award. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund Douglas Rushkoff to speak at WSUV. $500. Funded. 2012 CLA Funds. PI: Dene Grigar. To travel to the Electronic Literature Organization 2012 Conference & Media Art Show. $5000. Funded. 2012 Edward R. Meyer Project Award. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund the Library of Congress Showcase, March 2013. $5250. Funded. 2011 WSU Foundation CougParents Fund. PI: Dene Grigar To fund the 2012 Artists in Residency program. $3000. Funded. 2010 WSUV Mini-Grant. PIs: Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard. To fund a portion of Phase I of the Fort Vancouver Mobile project. $750. Funded. 2010 CLA Travel Grant. PI: Dene Grigar. To attend the Electronic Literature Organization conference at Brown U. $10,136. Funded. Omnibus funds. PI: Dene Grigar To purchase robotic lights, LCD projectors and sound equipment for the MOVE Lab. $2000. Funded. The Diversity Council Funds. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund travel for artists associated with ARS program. $14624. Funded. One-Time Need Budget Funds. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund software for new Mac Lab at VMMC 111. $3000. Funded. WSUV Budget Committee Funds. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund the 2008 Electronic Literature Organization conference. $2500. Funded. Omnibus Funds. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund purchase of a iMac for office at VMMC 102G. $2500. Funded. Spring 2007. PI: Dene Grigar. WSU Vancouver Internal Research Mini-Grant. To support the collaboration and documentation for The MINDful Play Environment exhibit for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. $1425. Funded. Spring 2007.College of Liberal Arts Research Grant. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund a robotic light for the MOVE Lab. $200. Funded. Spring 2007. College of Liberal Arts Special Projects Grant. PI: Dene Grigar. To fund the Spring 2007 Media Artists Talk at North Bank Gallery. $21,000. Funded. 2002-2003. Faculty Leave (Sabbatical). To undertake postdoctoral study in the CAiiA-STAR Program. $7000. Funded. Summer 2001. To develop and maintain a campus-wide interactive virtual space, called TWUMOO, for the purposes of teaching in distance learning courses and traditional educational environments, as well as for research and professional development activities. $600. Funded. Travel Research Grant. To present research at the 1999 Modern Language Association.
$28,491. Funded. 1999-2000. Partnership Funds. To develop and maintain a campus-wide interactive virtual space, called TWUMOO, for the purposes of teaching in distance learning courses and traditional educational environments, as well as for research and professional development activities. $10,600. Funded. Summer 1999. Academic/faculty development Fund. With Stephen Souris.To develop and maintain a campus-wide interactive virtual space, called TWUMOO, for the purposes of teaching in distance learning courses and traditional educational environments, as well as for research and professional development activities. $14, 626. Funded. Spring 1999. Academic / Faculty Development Fund. With Stephen Souris.To develop and maintain a campus-wide interactive virtual space, called TWUMOO, for the purposes of teaching in distance learning courses and traditional educational environments, as well as for research and professional development activities. $14, 626. Funded. Fall 1998. Academic / Faculty Development Fund. With Stephen Souris. To develop and maintain a campus-wide interactive virtual space, called TWUMOO, for the purposes of teaching in distance learning courses and traditional educational environments, as well as for research and professional development activities. $14, 626. Funded. Summer 1998. Academic / Faculty Development Fund. With Stephen Souris. To develop and maintain a campus-wide interactive virtual space, called TWUMOO, for the purposes of teaching in distance learning courses and traditional educational environments, as well as for research and professional development activities. $3000. Funded. From Women's Studies Academic / Faculty Development Fund. To develop online course in feminist theory for spring 1999. $500. Funded. Spring 1998. Research Enhancement Grant. To continue work on book, New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways In and About Electronic Environments. Funding-Raising $2500. Opsdahl Dawson. To fund fellowship for student for spring 2016. $2500. Vancouver Business Journal. To fund fellowship for student for spring 2016. $2500. InStat Research. To fund fellowships for students for spring 2016. $7500. Scarecrow Tradiing. To fund fellowships for students for spring 2016. $7500. Westby Associates. To fund fellowships for students for spring 2016. $2500. Jobwordz. To fund fellowships for students for spring 2016. $5000. Sparq. To fund fellowships for students for spring 2016. $2500. Fishtales. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2015. $2500. Dick Hannah Dealerships. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2015. $5000. Watts Heating. To fund two student fellowships for fall 2015. $2500. Landerholm. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2015. $2500. Cache Cachet. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2015. $1500. Community Foundation of Southwest Washington. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2015. $12500. Burgerville. To fund five student fellowships for fall 2015. $6000. Columbia Okura. To fund two student fellowships for summer 2015. $6000. TennmaxUSA. To fund two student fellowships for summer 2015. $500. Anne John. To provide support to CMDC Program, spring 2015 $7500. Sparq. To fund three student fellowships for spring 2015. $12500. IQ Credit Union. To fund five student fellowships for spring 2015. $2500. Dick Hannah Dealerships. To fund the Mount St. Helens project for students in the Senior Seminar course. $2500. Shopbox. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2014. $2500. Battle Ground Community. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2014. $2500. Greater Portland, Inc. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2014. $2500. The Gardner School. To fund one student fellowship for fall 2014. $10000. WSUV. To fund four students fellowships for the production of the 25th Anniversary AR Environment. $12000. The Convenience Group. To fund six student fellowships for spring 2014. $10500. The Vancouver Business Journal Book of Lists. To fund seven student fellowships for spring 2014. $3000. Simon Fraser University. To fund three student fellowships for spring 2014.
$10000. West Mountain Company. To fund four student fellowships for summer 2014. $10000. Camas-Washougal Economic Development Association. To fund five student fellowships for fall 2013. $8000. Bohemian Asset Management, Co. To fund four student fellowships for fall 2013. $35791. Instructional Technologies, Inc. To fund the 2013 iPublishing Summer Initiative (iPSI), including seven fellowships for students in summer 2013. $2000. Pearson Education. To fund technical support for the 2013 iPublishing Summer Initiative (iPSI), 2013. $2500. Private Donation. To fund five undergraduates to assist at the Library of Congress exhibit in spring 2013. $2000. PCS Press. To fund one student fellowship. January 2013. $4000. Seely Mints.To fund three student fellowships. January 2013. $10000. Community Foundation of Southwest Washington. To fund six student fellowships. January 2013. $35000. Fort Vancouver Regional Library. The Library Foundation. City of Vancouver. Clark College. Vancouver and Evergreen School Districts et al. To fund city wide digital literacy project, #nextchapter, led by the CMDC program. Spring 2013. $16,000. Local organizations and businesses. To fund 10 undergradate student fellowships. Fall-Spring 2012. $67972. Dick Hannah Dealerships. To fund the Mobile tech Research Initiative, summer 2011, including 10 student fellowships. May 2011. $18,200. Funded. Cash and In-Kind Support from Local Community. To fund DTC Program projects, particularly the 2010 CMDC Artists in Residency Program. $14,000. Donated. Cash and In-Kind Support from Local Community. To fund "VJ Fleet" performances held on November 22, 2008. $12,000. Donated. In-Kind Support. The Apple Corporation, FedEx/Kinko's, McGraw-Hill Publishers, Starbucks, North Bank Artists Gallery, and Clark College. To fund Visionary Landscapes: The Electronic Literature Organization 2008 Conference and Media Art Show. $7627. Donated. 2005. In-Kind Support. The Dallas Museum of Art, The Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, Project X, Nasher Sculpture Center, and Wynnwood Corporation. To fund symposium and media arts show. $30,000. Donated. External Funding and In-Kind Support. Pearson Education, Prentice-Hall, Allyn & Bacon, McGraw- Hill, Bedford/St. Martin's. To fund the Computers and Writing Conference 2000. INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEES & JURIES International Board; Curatorial Commission. Post Screen: International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures. University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal. Nov. 2015. Program Committee. International Society of Electronic Artists 2015 Symposium. Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 2015. Jurist. Post Screen: International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures. University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal. Nov. 2014. Jurist. OLE.01 International Festival of Electronic Literature. Naples, Italy. Oct. 2014. TRADITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP (PRINT & ELECTRONIC) 1. Books Forthcoming Grigar, Dene and Stuart Moulthrop. Traversals: The Use of Preservation for Early Electronic Writing. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. Publication: spring 2017. O'Sullivan, James and Dene Grigar. Electronic Literature: Contexts, Forms, and Practices. University of West Virginia Press. Under contract; manuscript underway. Published Grigar, Dene and Stuart Moulthrop. Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature. Open source book funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 2015. http://scalar.usc.edu/works/pathfinders. Barber, John and Dene Grigar. New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways for Writing about and in Electronic Environments. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2001. 2. Essays Peer-Reviewed Forthcoming
Mauro, Aaron, Daniel Powell, Sarah Povin, Eric Dye, Bridget Jenkins, and Dene Grigar. "Toward a Seamful Design of Networked Knowledge: Practical Pedagogies in Collaborative Teams." Manuscript accepted for Special Issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly. ---. "The Legacy of Judy Malloy. #WomenTechLit. Ed.Maria Mencia. University of West Virginia Press: Morgantown, WV. Manuscript submitted and under review. Grigar, Dene and Stuart Moulthrop. "Traversals: A Method of Preservation for Born-Digital Texts." The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities. Ed. Jentery Sayers. NY, NY: Routledge Press. Book in production. Grigar, Dene. "MOOs and Participatory Media." F o r t h c o m i n g i n Social Media Archaeology and Poetics. Ed. Judy Malloy. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. August 2016. Translated and Reprinted ---. "Electronic Literature: Where Is It?" Electronic Book Review. Translated into Italian and reprinted at Group Giada. 2015. http://www.gruppogiada.it/dene-grigar-la-elit-dove-e/. Retrieved 28 Nov. 2015. Peer-Reviewed a n d Published Grigar, Dene. "Electronic Literature and Digital Humanities: Opportunities for Practice, Scholarship, and Teaching." Doing Digital Humanities: Practice, Training, Research. Eds. Constance Crompton, Richard J. Lane, and Ray Siemens. Routledge Press. Introduction and reprint of "Electronic Literature: Where Is it?." July 2016. Grigar, Dene. "Curating Electronic Literature as Critical and Scholarly Practice." Digital Humanities Quarterly (8.4) 2015. Oppegaard, Brett and Dene Grigar. "The Interrelationships of Digital Storytelling Mobile Media." The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies. NY, NY: Routledge, 2013. 17-33. Grigar, Dene, John Barber, Will Luers, Michael Rabby, Aaron May, and Brett Oppegaard. "Teaching Mobile App Design and Development." International Digital Media & Arts Association Journal (9) 2013: 49-63. Grigar, Dene. "The Intermedial Experience of Barcodes." Technoculture: An Online Journal of Technology in Society. Volume 2 (2012). http://tcjournal.org/drupal/vol2/grigar. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. ---. "Why Curating? A Curatorial Statement about Electronic Literature and Works on Desktop." Rhizomes (24) 2012. http://www.rhizomes.net/issue24/grigar.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. ---. "Hyperlinking in 3D Multimedia Performances." Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary Structures, Interfaces and Genres. Ed. Jцrgen Schдfer and Peter Gendolla. Bielefeld, Germany: Transaction Publishers, 2010. 249-258. Grigar, Dene, Joesph Tabbi, Matt Kirschenbaum, Michael Angelo Tata, Davin Heckman, Anna Gibbs, and Maria Angel. "E-Ject: On the Ephemeral Nature, Mechanisms, and Implications of Electronic Objects." Proceedings of the Digital Arts and Culture Conference 2009. UC Irvine, CA: eScholarship. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/2xv6b6n0. Retrieved: Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "Visionary Landscapes: Literature on the Edge of Time and Space." Hyperrhiz. 2009. http://www.hyperrhiz.net/hyperrhiz06/18-introduction/68-visionary-landscapes-literature-on-the-edge-oftime-and- space. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. ---. "Electronic Literature: Where Is It?" Electronic Book Review. January 2009. http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/technocapitalism/invigorating. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene and John Barber. "Winged Words: On the Theory and Use of Internet Radio." Going Wireless. Ed. Amy C. Kimme Hea. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2009. Grigar, Dene. "The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and the New Screen. Ed. Randy Adams, Steve Gibson and Stefan Muller. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Publications, 2008. 127-142. Grigar, Dene and Steve Gibson. "Motion Tracking Technology, Telepresence, and Collaboration." Hyperrhiz 03, Summer 2007. http://www.hyperrhiz.net/issue03/grigar/mtc_page1.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "What New Media Offers." Computers and Composition 24.2 (2007) : 214-217. Thomas, Sue and Dene Grigar. "The Emergent and Generative in Nature, the Digital and Art." "Wild Nature and the Digital Life" Special Issue, Leonardo Electronic Almanac Vol 14, No. 7 - 8 (2006). 30 Nov. 2006. http://leoalmanac.org/gallery/digiwild/index.htm. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "The Role of in Electronic Literature." trAce Online Writing Center. http://tracearchive.ntu.ac.uk/Opinion/index.cfm?article=140 23 Mar. 2006. Grigar, Dene. "The Potential of Electronic Textuality." Engineering Nature. Ed. Roy Ascott. Plymouth: Intellect Press, 2005. Grigar, Dene and Steve Gibson. "Ephemeral Writing." Copenhagen, DE: Digital Arts and Culture. CD-ROM. 2005. ---. "The Challenges of Hybrid Forms of Writing." Computers and Composition 22 (2005) : 375-393.
Grigar, Dene. "Report on The 6th International Research Conference: Consciousness Reframed: Qi and Complexity." Computers and Composition 22 (2005) : 231-8. Grigar, Dene. "Kineticism, Rhetoric, and New Media Art." Computers and Composition 22.1 (2005) : 105-112. ---. "Off the Printed Page: Background and Theory about Electronic Literature." Ciberart-Bilbao. Ed. Gйraldine de Ponthiиre. CD-ROM. 2004. ---. "Report on Ted Nelson's Keynote Address at Incubation 2004." Computers and Composition 21.4 (2004): 485- 87. ---. "Breath by Breath: An Interview with Kate Pullinger about `The Breathing Wall.'" Computers and Composition 21.4 (2004): 475-83. Grigar, Dene. "On Change and Chance." Professionalization in Computers and English Studies: Alternate Paths, Diverse Voices. Ed. James Inman. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Press, 2004. Grigar, Dene and John Barber. "Myths, Aboriginal Songlines, and Consciousness." Qi and Complexity. Ed. Ken Fields. Beijing: CAFA, 2004. Grigar, Dene. "Electronic Literature: Its Types and Some Examples." Redes Sensoriais: Arte, Ciкncia e Tecnologia. (Sensual Media: Art, Cinema, and Technology). Ed. Katia Valeria Maciel Toledo. Rio de Janeiro: Contra Capa, 2003. 77-86. Grigar, Dene and John Barber. "Media Translation Theory and the Online Brautigan Bibliography." Proceedings from the Digital Arts and Culture 2003. Ed. Adrian Miles. Melbourne: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 2003. CD-ROM Reprinted in Fineart Forum 16 (2003). Grigar, Dene. "A Report from the Electronic Edge . . . Border and Interface." State of the Arts. Ed. Scott Rettberg. LA: Electronic Literature Organization, 2003. 63-69. ---. "Divisions in the Digital World: Access and Diversity." State of the Arts. Ed. Scott Rettberg. LA: Electronic Literature Organization. 2003. 75-81. ---. "Mutability, Medium and Character." Computers and the Humanities. Ed. Ray Siemens (2002) : 359-378. ---. "Penelope in Translation and Art." The Penelopeia Project. Fall 2002. http://www.penelopeia.net/journal/grigar.html. ---. "MOOtextuality." Ed. Sean Williams. Texts Technology: The Journal of Computer Text Processing (2002): 163179. ---. "A Dialog on the Reality of Writing in Virtual Environments." New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways for Writing about and in Electronic Environments. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2001. 21-73. Grigar, Dene and John Barber. "Introduction, Or Philosophizing about the Art and Techne of Writing in This Book." New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways for Writing about and in Electronic Environments. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2001. 1-17. Barber, John and Dene Grigar. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice: 21st Century Metaphors for Teaching Language and Literacy in a Time of Chaos." Readerly/Writerly Texts. Fall/Winter 2000. 81-92. Grigar, Dene, John Barber, and Hugh Burns. "Strands Metaweb." Introduction. CW2K Strands. Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments. Fall 2000. http://english.ttu.edu/ kairos/5.2/binder.html?coverweb/grigarbarberburns/strands_metaweb.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "Interactive Virtual Archives." Kairos : A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments. Fall 2000. http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/5.2/binder.html?coverweb/grigar/iva_start-here.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Barber, John and Dene Grigar. "Idealism, Pragmatism, and Skepticism in Computers and Writing at the Fin de Siиcle."academic.writing. Spring 2000. http://wac.colostate.edu/aw/connections/cw99/index.htm. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "On-Line, Gender Lines, Over the Lines: E-Mail Technology and Women in the Virtual Classroom." Feminist Landscapes: Essays on Gender in Electronic Spaces. Ed. Kristine Blair and Pam Takayoshi. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1999. 257-281. Barber, John, Dene Grigar, and Becky Rickly. "The Way We Will Have Become: The Future (Histories) of Computers and Writing." Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments. Fall 1998. http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/3.2/binder2.html?coverweb/bridge.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene and Mindi Corwin. "The Loom and the Weaver: Hypertext and Homer's Odyssey." Computers and Texts (16) 1998. http://users.ox.ac.uk/~ctitext2/publish/comtxt/ct16-17/grigar.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Reprinted from The Active Link. Summer 1995. 1-3. http://www.eastgate.com/storyspace/lit/Grigar.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "'What Is Seen Depends Upon How Everybody Is Doing Everything': Using Hypertext to Teach Gertrude Stein's Tender Buttons." The Dialogic Classroom: Teachers Integrating computer technology, Pedagogy, and Research. Ed. Jeff Galin and Joan Latchaw. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1998. 27-42. Grigar, Dene and John Barber. "Defending Your Life in MOOspace: A Report from the Electronic Edge." High Wired: On the Design, Use, and Theory of Educational MOOs. Ed. Cynthia Haynes and Jan Rune
Holmevik. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997. 192-231. Grigar, Dene. "Defensio Tabularum: A Defense of Archiving Writing Created for Webbed Environments. Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments. Spring 1997. http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/2.1/loggingon/forma.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Lasarenko, Jane, Dene Grigar, and Alan Rhea "This Place is Y/Our Space; This Space Is Y/Our Place." Editorial. Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments. Fall 1996. Invited and Published: Grigar, Dene. "'The Great Migration' and Other Tales of Jason Edward Lewis' Mobile Poetry." P.o.E.M.M. The Album. 2015. Grigar, Dene. "Pathfinders: Documenting Curation as a Scholarly Practice." Authoring Software. December 2013. http://www.narrabase.net/mla2014_curator_statement.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene, Lori Emerson, and Kathi Inman Berens. "Exhibiting Electronic Literature." Authoring Software. September 2012. http://www.narrabase.net/mla2012_report.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "Reflecting on `Fallow Field': An Artist's Paper." Authoring Software. Summer 2012. http://www.narrabase.net/dene_grigar_ff.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. ---. "On the Art of Producing a Phenomenally Short Fiction Collection over the Net Using Twitter: `The 24-Hr. Micro-Elit Project.'" Authoring Software. Jan. 2011. http://www.narrabase.net/dene_grigar.html. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene and Steve Gibson. "Found in Space: The MINDful Play Environment Is Born." With Steve Gibson. Lablit. 28 Oct. 2007. http://www.lablit.com/article/317. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. Grigar, Dene. "Transgressing the Limits: Narratives of Scientists in Literature." The Scientist. 3 Aug. 2006. http://www.the-scientist.com/news/display/24254/. Retrieved: 30 Aug. 2014. 3. Reviews "Review of Digital_Humanities." By Anne Burdick et al. Leonardo Reviews. December 2012. http://leonardo.info/reviews/dec2012/burdick-grigar.php. "Review of Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition: Curatorial Design for the Multimedial Museum." By Vince Dziekan. Leonardo Reviews. September 2012. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/sept2012/dziekan-grigar.php. "Review of Debates in the Digital Humanities." By Matt Gold, Editor. Leonardo Reviews. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/aug2012/gold-grigar.php. Reprinted at U of Minnesota Press, 2 Aug. 2012, http://www.upress.umn.edu/press/press-clips/leonardo-debates-in-the-digital-humanities. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 46.2 (2012). "Review of Design Thinking. By Nigel Cross. Leonardo Reviews. July 2011. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/jul2011/grigar_cross.php. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 45:2 (2012). "Review of Grafik Dynamo." By Kate Armstrong and Michael Tippett, with essay by Joseph Tabbi. Leonardo Reviews. June 2011. http://leonardo.info/reviews/june2011/grigar_armstrong.php. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 45:2 (2012).---. "Review of Mapping Intermediality in Performance." By Sarah Bay-Cheng, Chiel Kattenbelt, Andy Lavender, and Robin Nelson. Leonardo Reviews. December 2010. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/dec2010/grigar_bay-cheng.php. Reprinted: Leonardo: The Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, 44.3.---. "Review of Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination. By Matt Kirschenbaum. Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures. Hyperrhiz.07. http://www.hyperrhiz.net/hyperrhiz07/reviews/matthew-kirschenbaummechanisms.html. "Review of Ex-Foliations: Reading Machines and the Upgrade Path." By Terry Harpold. Leonardo Reviews. December 2009. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/dec2009/exfoliations.grigar.php. Reprinted: Leonardo Reviews Quarterly 1.01. June 1010. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/LRQ/LRQ%201.01.pdf. "Review of Media Poetry: An International Anthology. By Eduardo Kac." Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. Vol. 9 Number 2, August 2008. "Review of Re: Skin." By Laura Marks. Leonardo Digital Reviews. January 2008. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2008/re_grigar.html. Reprinted: Networked Performance 7 Jan. 2007. http://transition.turbulence.org/blog/2008/01/07/review-of-re- skin-by-dene-grigar/. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 41.4 (2008). "Review of Noisefold." Leonardo Digital Reviews. January 2008. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2008/noise_grigar.html.
"Review of `T:BA:07.'" Leonardo Digital Reviews. October 2007. http://leonardo.info/reviews/oct2007/t_grigar.html. "Review of Digital Performance." Leonardo Digital Reviews. August 2007. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/aug2007/digital_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 41:3 (2008). "Review of MediaArtHistories." B y O l i v e r G r a u . Leonardo Digital Reviews. July 2007. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/july2007/media_grigar.html. "Review of `The Future of Electronic Literature.'" Leonardo Digital Reviews. June 2007. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/jun2007/future_grigar.html. "Review of Designing Interactions." By Bill Moggridge. Leonardo Digital Reviews. March 2007. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/mar2007/design_grigar.html.Reprinted: Socialinterface 27 Dec. 2007. "Review of Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits, and Robots." B y E d u a r d o K a c . Leonardo Digital Reviews. May 2006. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/may2006/tele_grigar.html. "Review of Shaping Things." B y B r u c e S t e r l i n g . Leonardo Digital Reviews. April 2006. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/apr2006/shaping_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 39.5 (2006). "Review of Tangible Frequencies." Leonardo Digital Reviews. March 2006. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/mar2006/tangible_grigar.html. "Review of Allegories of Communication: Intermedial Concerns from Cinema to the Digital." Post Script: Journal of Film and Video 25 (2006) : 74-75. "Review of IT Projects: Writing to Win." Leonardo Digital Reviews. January 2006. http://www.leonardo.info/reviews/jan2006/it_grigar.html. "Review of Lara Croft: Cyber Heroine." Leonardo Digital Reviews. November 2005. http://leonardo.info/reviews/nov22005/lara_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 39.3 (2006). "Review of Stuff It: The Video Essay in the Digital Age." Leonardo Digital Reviews. May 2005. http://leonardo.info/reviews/may2005/stuff_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 39.1 (2005). "Review of `Interactive Futures.'" Leonardo Digital Reviews. March 2005. http://leonardo.info/reviews/mar2005/inter_grigar.html. "Review of Cook Book: Gertrude Stein, William Cook, and Le Corbusier." By Roy Behrens. Leonardo Digital Reviews. February 2005. http://leonardo.info/reviews/feb2005/cook_grigar.html. "Review of The Maze Game." By Diana Slattery. Leonardo Digital Reviews. January 2005. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2005/maze_grigar.html. "Review of `The 6th International Research Conference: Consciousness Reframed: Qi and Complexity.'" Leonardo Digital Reviews. January 2005. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2005/qi_grigar.html. "Review of Digital People: From Bionic Humans to Androids." By Sidney Perkowitz. American Book Review 26 (2005). "Review of Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music." By Christoph Cox and Daniel Warner. Leonardo Digital Reviews. October 2004. http://leonardo.info/reviews/oct2004/audio_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 38.4 (2005). "Review of Close Reading New Media." By Jan Van Looy and Jan Baetens. Leonardo Digital Reviews. July 2004. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jul2004/close_grigar.html. Reprinted in Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 38.3 (2005). "Review of Twisty Little Passages: An Approach to Interactive Fiction." By Nick Montfort. Leonardo Digital Reviews. June 2004. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jun2004/twisty_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 38.2 (2005). "Review of Women, Art, and Technology." Edited by Judy Malloy. American Book Review. Spring 2004. "Review of A New Alphabet: Language, Icons, and Embodiment." By Jeanie Dean. Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. April 2004. "Review of Sex, Time, and Power: How Women's Sexuality Shaped Human Evolution." By Leonard Shlain. Leonardo Digital Reviews. March 2004. http://leonardo.info/reviews/mar2004/sex_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 37.5. "Review of Eloquent Images: Word and Image in the Age of New Media." E d i t e d b y M i c h e l l e K e n d r i c k a n d M a r y H o c k s . Leonardo Digital Reviews. January 2004. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jan2004/eloquent_grigar.html. "Review of Touch: Sensuous Theory and Multisensory Media." By Laura U. Marks. Leonardo Digital Reviews. February 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/feb2003/TOUCH_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 37.4. "Review of Matters of Gravity: Special Effects and Supermen in the 20th Century." By Scott Bukatman. Leonardo
Digital Reviews. October 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/oct2003/Matters_grigar.html. Reprinted: Leonardo. Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 37.2. "Review of Coded Characters: Media Art by Jill Scott." Edited by Marille Hahn. Leonardo Electronic Almanac Volume 11, Number 9, September 2003. ISSN #1071-4391. Reprinted: Leonardo Digital Reviews. September 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/sept2003/Coded_grigar.html. "Review of Picturing Extraterrestrials: Alien Images in Modern Culture." By John F. Moffitt. Leonardo Digital Reviews. September 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/sept2003/Picturing_grigar.html. "Review of Nomadic Transitions: Thinking about Art." By Jill Scott and Sigrid Schade. Leonardo Digital Reviews. June 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jun2003/Nomadic_Grigar.html. "Review of Media Worlds: Anthropology on a New Terrain." By Faye Ginsburg, Lila Abu-Lughod, and Brian Larkin. Leonardo Digital Reviews. June 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jun2003/Media_Grigar.html. "Review of Improvisational Design." By Suguru Ishizaki. Leonardo Digital Reviews. June 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jun2003/Improvis_Grigar.html. "Review of Making Sense of Taste." By Carolyn Korsmeyer. Leonardo Digital Reviews. June 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/jun2003/Making_Grigar.html. "Review of Inferno." By Tangerine Dream. Leonardo Digital Reviews. May 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/may2003/Inferno_grigar.html. "Review of The Mathematics of Oz: Mental Gymnastics from beyond the Edge." By Clifford Pickover. Leonardo Digital Reviews. March 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/mar2003/OZ_grigar.html. "Review of Writing Machines." By N. Katherine Hayles. Leonardo Digital Reviews. March 2003. http://leonardo.info/reviews/mar2003/HAYLES_grigar.html. "Lost in Translation." Rev. of True North (hypertext). By Stephanie Strickland. American Book Review. Fall 1999, 12, http://www.litline.org/ABR/issues/Volume21/Issue1/abr211.html. 4. Print-Based Poetry "Things of Day and Dream." Salmon Creek Journal. 2011. "Hot Matagorda Bay." Plugger. Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech Press, 1997. 191-2. Reprinted in Sporting Tales July/August (2002) : 64. "Nightmare at the Water's Edge." Sojourn 8 (Spring 1994) : 5. "Children of the Drought and Rain." 1st place, The Poetry Society of Texas, 1994. "For Diane, about February 1, 1975." Sojourn 8 (Fall 1994) : 4. Reprinted in Webgeist 1996 "Fast Times and Fiddler Crabs." Sojourn 8 (Fall 1994) : 5. "Struggle." Ellipsis 11 (1983) : 29. 5. E-Learning Sites and Materials Catalyst: A Tool for Writing and Research. With Joel English, Santi Buscemi, Heather Jensen, Judy Wiliamson, and Carolyn Lengel. McGraw-Hill Publishers. http://highered.mcgrawhill.com/sites/dl/free/0070400555/79320/catalyst_olc.swf. The Language of Argument. Larry Burton and Daniel McDonald, print-text authors. Allyn & Bacon and Longman Publishers. September 2001. With John F. Barber, Heather Jensen and Christa Downer. http://wps.ablongman.com/long_burton_langofargu_10/0,2463,48303-,00.html. Case Studies for academic writing. Joanna Gibson, print-text author. Allyn & Bacon and Longman Publishers. September 2001. With Heather Jensen and Christa Downer. http://wps.ablongman.com/long_gibson_perspectives_1/0,2394,44842-,00.html. Literature. Edgar Roberts and Henry Jacobs, print-text authors. Prentice-Hall Publishers. June 2000. With John F. Barber. http://cwx.prenhall.com/bookbind/pubbooks/roberts2/. Virtualit. With Heather Jensen and John Barber. Bedford/St. Martin's Press. 2003. KEYNOTES, INVITED TALKS, AND SYMPOSIA International & National Keynote. Forthcoming at the International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality. University of Bremen. Bremen, Germany; November, 2016. Invited Speaker. "No Legacy \\ Literatura electrуnica." University of California Berkeley. March 11, 2016. Invited Speaker. "Humanities, Digital Humanities, and Electronic Literature." University College Cork. December 2015.
Invited Speaker. "Six Versions and Counting: How Digital Archival Research Changed Our Understanding of Judy Malloy's Uncle Roger and Electronic Literary History." University of Victoria. Victoria, B.C.; November 2015. Invited Participant. "Author, Student, Programmer, Peer: Valuing Heterogeneous Teams in Networked Knowledge Production." The 2015 Triangle Scholarly Communications Institute. October 2015. Invited Speaker. "The Sappho Syndrome: Concerns in Preserving Works of Born-Digital Media." Winona State University. Winona, MN; September 14, 2015. Invited Speaker. "Paths to PAD: Preserving the Legacy of Early Digital Literature." Talk given to The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, University of Victoria. Victoria, B.C.; January 2015. Invited Speaker. "Curating and Preserving Electronic Literature." University of Coimbra. Coimbra, Portugal; November 2014. Invited Speaker. "Curation as a Mode of Inquiry." Simon Fraser University. Vancouver, BC; April 2014. Invited Speaker."Cyberfeminsm 2.0." Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) Speaker and Workshop Series. Hamilton College. Clinton, NY; April 2014. Invited Speaker. "AppArt Issues: Producing, Publishing, and Preserving." THATCamp, College Art Association Conference. Chicago, IL; February 2014. Invited Speaker. "Reading, Rereading, and Recovering Electronic Literature." Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. University of Maryland, College Park. College Park, MD; January 2014. Invited Speaker. "The Digital Botanical Garden." Emerging Visions: Digital Media and Culture. University of British Columbia Vancouver and University of British Columbia Okanagan. Vancouver, BC and Kelowna, BC; November 2013. Invited Speaker. "Curating Born Digital Literature." Digital Cultures In The Age Of Big Data, The Institute for the Study of Culture and Society, Bowling Green State University. Bowling Green, OH; May 2013. Invited Speaker. "An Argument for Curating (Not Anthologizing) Electronic Literature." The Library of Congress Electronic Literature Showcase. April 2012; Washington, D.C. Invited Speaker. "Exhibiting and Curating Electronic Literature." The University of Bergen (Norway). October 30th, 2012, funded by ELMCIP ("Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice"). Invited Speaker. "Connecting with the Past, Networked for the Future: The Fort Vancouver Project." [email protected] Lecture Series. The University of Pittsburgh. October 19, 2011. Invited Speaker. "Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project." The Center for Literary Computing. West Virginia University. October 17, 2011. Invited Participant. National Science Foundation CPATH. "Game Computing, Story Telling, and AI." University of California, Santa Cruz. November 19-20, 2009. Invited Participant. National Science Foundation CPATH. "Digital Sound for Music, Theatre, and Film: A Computer Science/Art Collaboration." Wake Forest University Department of Computer Science. July 28-29, 2008. Keynote. "Penelopeia: The Other Journey." Hosted by the Greek Embassy and the International Monetary Fund's Art Association. Washington D.C. June 24, 2003. Invited Speaker. "A Framework for Methodology in the Feminist World View." Texas Tech University. February 19, 2003. Invited Speaker. "Feminist Pedagogy." Texas Tech University. April 11, 2002. Invited Speaker. "MOOs." Ohio University. Fall 2001. Invited Speaker. "Feminist Rhetoric in Rhetoric Retold." Texas Tech University. February 8, 2001. Invited Speaker. "Graduate Student(s) Matter(s)!" The 16th Annual Computers and Writing Conference. Town Hall #3. May 3-13; ConnectionsMOO. Invited Speaker. "A Tour of TWUMOO." MOO­­The Missing Link, a conference sponsored by Virginia Commonwealth University. October 14-17, 1999; Richmond, VA. Invited Speaker. "Tenure2000." Moderator of electronic conference held in LinguaMOO. July 26, 1999. MOOlog, edited by Keith Dorwick, published in Computers and Composition, April 2000. Invited Speaker. "The Electronic Agora." Rhetoric and Technology Asynchronous Conference. June 15-30, 1998; Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX. Invited Speaker. "Models of Evaluative Tools and Technology." 1997 C-FEST Meeting Series entitled "Delivering Ourselves to/in the Academy." Lingua.utdallas.edu 8888. Thursday, April 10, 1997. Invited Speaker. "Quality on the Web and Ethical Standards." With Jane Lasarenko. Lingua.utdallas.edu 8888. Wednesday, May 15, 1996. Invited Speaker. "Publishing on the Web." With Jeff Galin. Lingua.utdallas.edu 8888. Thursday, April 25, 1996. Invited Speaker. "Technology and Scholarship: Shifting Currents of Academic Culture." With Eric Crump. Lingua.utdallas.edu 8888. Wednesday, March 6, 1996.
Online Dissertation Defense "Penelopeia: Penelope in Homer's Story and Beyond." LinguaMOO. July 25, 1995. Documented in Inter/Venion: Free Play in the Age of Electracy, by Jan Rune Holmevik. Cambirdge, MA: The MIT Press, 2012; High Wired: On the Design, Use, and Theory of Educational MOOs, by Cynthia Haynes and Jan Rune Holmevik. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2001. 192-231. PRESENTATIONS International Conferences "Rendering Literature: Methods for Collecting and Archiving Electronic Literature." Forthcoming at DH 2016. July 2016; Krakуw, Poland. "Best Practices for Arching Electronic Literature." The 2016 Electronic Literature Organization Conference & Media Arts Festival. June 2016; Victoria, B.C. "Challenge of Archiving and Documenting Electronic Literature." Archival Uncertainties: International Conference on Literary Archives. 4 April 2016; British Library, London, UK. "New Collecting­­Curating after New Media Art." International Symposium of Electronic Art." August 2015; Vancouver, B.C. "Curating Roundtable." Electronic Literature Organization. August 2015; Bergen, Norway. "Intermediality and Electronic Literature." Electronic Literature Organization. August 2015; Bergen, Norway. "Electronic Literature: Searching for Definition." OLE.01 International Festival of Electronic Literature. October 2014; Naples, Italy. <>. The Electronic Literature Organization Paris. September 2013; Paris, France. "Narrative in Social Media." The 2011 Inter-Society of Electronic Artists Conference. September 2011; Istanbul, Turkey. "Practice-Led Research." A special two-day symposium associated with "Creative Nation: Writers and Writing in the New Media Culture." December 2010; University of Western Sydney. "The Intermedial Experience of Barcodes." The 2010 International Digital Media & Arts Association Conference. November 2010. Vancouver, BC. "The Present [Future] of Electronic Literature." Interactive Futures 2007. November 2007; Victoria, BC. "Changing Perspectives of War and Violent Gaming: Translating a Performance-Installation to a Non-Zero Sum Serious Game." With Steve Gibson. 2007 Digital Arts and Culture Conference. September 2007; Perth, Australia. (Invited but unable to attend). "Kinesthesia and Interactivity in Electronic Literature." Collision 2006 Symposium on Inter-arts Research and Practice. September 2006; Victoria, BC. "Mad, Noble, or Simply Human?: Scientists in Literature and the Media." With Sidney Perkowitz and Jennifer Rohn. The 4th European Society of Literature and Science Meeting. June 2006; Amsterdam, Netherlands. "When Ghosts Will Die." Collision: A Symposium On Interarts And Interdisciplinary Practices. September 2005; Victoria, BC. "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, BC. "Ephemeral Writing." Digital Arts and Culture. December 2004; Copenhagen, Denmark. "The Mythic Vision in Narrative of Aboriginal Songlines and Electronic Literature of Network Systems." With John Barber. Consciousness Reframed. November 2004; Beijing, China. "Winged Words: The Nouspace Radio Cafe Project." Incubation 3. The 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 fьr Gestaltung und Kunst, Zьrich (HGKZ). April 2003; Zurich, Switzerland. "Hyperseeing and Medium." Remaking Reality: Interactive Arts / Media Arts School. October 2002; Ogaki, Japan. "Rethinking Literature for Consideration of Computer-Based Writing." The 2000 Joint International Conference of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing and the Association for Computers and the Humanities. July 2000; Glasgow, Scotland. "Metaphors for Teaching Language and Literacy in the 21st Century." The National Council of Teachers of English Third International Conference for Global Conversations on Language and Literacy. Aug. 5-7, 1998; Bordeaux, France. "The Electronic Forum, or the Agora Reinvented." The 1996 Joint International Conference of the Association for
Literary and Linguistic Computing and the Association for Computers and the Humanities. June 1996; B ergen, Norway. National Conferences "Reader Mediations in Electronic Literature." The 2016 Modern Language Association Conference. January 2016; Austin, TX. "Botanic Gardens, Technology and Innovative Ways to Connect People with Nature." The Botanic Garden Conservation International Conference. Missouri Botanic Garden. April 26-May 1, 2015; St. Louis, MO. "Uncle Buddy and an Argument for Collection." The 2015 Narrative Conference. March 2015. Chicago, IL. "Preserving Literature through Documenting Readers' Experience: The Pathfinders Project." The Electronic Literature Organization 2014 Conference. July 2014; Milwaukee, WI. "Digital Humanities and Media Studies: Exploring the Intersections." With Jason Rhody, Anne Balsamo, Noah Waldrip- Fruin, and Lauren Klein. The 2014 Society for Cinema and Media Studies. March 2014; Seattle, WA. "New Literary Terms for Poetry of the Computer Medium." The 2014 Modern Language Association Conference. January 2014; Chicago, IL. "Critical Making in the Digital Humanities." The 2014 Modern Language Association Conference. January 2014; Chicago, IL. "hooks in the 21St Century: Feminist Pedagogy in Action." The 2013 Digital Humanities Conference. July 2013; Lincoln, Nebraska. "Digital Writing: Performances and Readings of Electronic Literature." The Association of Writers & Writing Programs 2013 Conference and Book Fair. April 2013; Boston, MA. "Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project." The Electronic Literature Organization 2012 Conference. June 2012; Morgantown, WV. "Contrasts and Convergences of Electronic Literature." The 2012 Modern Language Association Conference. January 2011; Seattle, WA. "Art and Platforms: artistic practices of Electronic Literature." The 2012 Modern Language Association Conference. January 2011; Seattle, WA. "Teaching App Design and Development." The 2011 International Digital Media & Art Association Conference. October 2011; Savannah, GA. "Sound as Sensory Modality in Electronic Literature." The 2010 Modern Language Association Conference. January 2011; Los Angeles, CA. "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. 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." With John Barber. International Digital Media & Arts Association 2008 Conference. 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. May 2008; Vancouver, WA. "Mindful Games: Play Environments, Cognition, and Embodiment." The Society of Literature, Science, and the Arts. November 2007; Portland, Maine. "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." The 2007 Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 2007; NY, NY. "New Media + Rhetoric : A Round Table Discussion." With David Sutton, Cheri Crenshaw, Jennifer Brockman, Aliscia Rogers, and Christi Hilger. The Computers and Writing Conference. May 2006; Lubbock, TX. "Rhetoric of the Senses." The Computers and Writing Conference. May 2006; Lubbock, TX. "The Role of Sound in Electronic Literary Works." Interactive Futures 2006: February 2006; Victoria, BC. "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. "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. The 2005 Conference on College Composition and Communication. March 2005; San Francisco, CA. "Myth and Network Systems." With John Barber. The Society of Literature and Science. October 2004; Durham, NC. "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. "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) ConferenceOctober 2003; Columbus, OH. "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. "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. "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. "E-Literacy and Orality: The Hands-Free, Voice-Activated, Any-to-Any Future Classroom." A Series of Town Hall Meetings for the Computers and Writing Community. With Hugh Burns. The 2001 Computers and Writing Conference May 2001; Muncie, IN. "A Report on Educational Software Packages and Environments for Writing Program Administrators and Other Educational Professionals Involved in Evaluating and Purchasing Electronic Resources." With Donna Jarma, Heather Jensen, Sara Pace, Kim Brewer, Rebecca Groves, and Woosung Kim. The 2001 Computers and Writing Conference. May 2001; Muncie, IN. "Interactive Virtual Archives." The 2000 Computers and Writing Conference May 2000; Fort Worth, TX. "Electronic Archiving at TWUMOO." The 2000 Computers and Writing Conference May 2000; Fort Worth, TX. "A Theory for Literature (Created for the World Wide Web, Email, Chat Spaces, Databases, and Other Electronic Technologies)." The 1999 Modern Language Association December 1999; Chicago, IL. "teacher preparation: What Colleges Should Know about Retention." Special Interest Group Presentation of the College English Association at the National Council of Teachers of English 1999 Annual Convention November 1999; Denver, CO. "Introducing TWUMOO: Cyberspaces for Teaching, Learning, and Research." With Annie Olson, Susie Crowson, Pat Nolan, Carl Clark, and Cecie Huddleston. The Second Biennial Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference October 1999; Minneapolis, MN. "Computers and ?????: Trends and Issues Related to Our Name, Our Purpose, and Our Writing." A Series of Town Hall Meetings for the Computers and Writing Community. With John Barber. The 1999 Computers and Writing Conference May 1999; Rapid City, SD. "MOOving in New Directions: Community Service and The Digital Women's Collection Initiatives of TWUMOO." The 1999 Computers and Writing Conference May 1999; Rapid City, SD. "Troubling Expectations: 'Deep Learning' Through Discomfort?." With Suzann Buckley, Stephen Souris, and Vivian May.The American Association of Colleges for Teachers Education (AAHE) 51st Annual Meeting March 1999; Washington, D.C. "College English and Secondary Level language arts: Toward a More Perfect Union of Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Philosophy." Special Interest Group Presentation of the College English Association at the National Council of Teachers of English 1998 Annual Convention November 1998; Nashville, TN. "The Way We Will Have Become: The Future (Histories) of Computers and Writing." A Series of Town Hall Meetings for the Computers and Writing Community. With co-organizers Becky Rickly, John Barber. The 1998 Computers and Writing Conference May 1998; Gainesville, GA . "From Picas to Pixels: Evaluating Texts for the Web." The 1998 Computers and Writing Conference. May 1998; Gainesville, GA. "No Place at the Inn: Finding a Place in the Academy for E-Texts." The 1998 Conference on College Composition and Communication (4 Cs). March 1998; Chicago, IL.
"On the Cybernetic Frontier: Pioneering MOOs for the Teaching of Women." With Sandye Thompson. Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference. August 1997; Corvallis, OR. "New Words, New Worlds. Exploring Pathways for Writing about and in Electronic Environments." With John Barber. The Thirteenth Computers and Writing Conference. June 1997; Honolulu, HI. "'Cybernetic Ecology' in Action: Pedagogical Usages of Computers for Teaching and Researching Literature." The 1997 Conference on College Composition and Communication (4 Cs) March 1997; Phoenix, AZ. "Homer's Penelope as a Model for Knowledge." The National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention November. 1996; Chicago, IL. "Scholarly Defense or Electronic Pros[ex]ecution? The Implementation and Implications of On-Line Dissertation Defenses." 1996 Computers and Writing Conference. May 1996; Logan, UT. "Authors of Time and Place: Exploring the Paradigm." College English Association April 1996; New Orleans, LA. "The Quest for Self: Using the Journey Metaphor to Promote Students' Intellectual Growth." 1996 Conference on College Composition and Communications (4 C's). March 1996; Milwaukee, WI. "On Site Research and On-Byte Investigation: Three Views of Conducting Thorough Academic Research." 1995 MLA Convention. December 1995; Chicago, IL. "Faithful But Deceitful: Artistic Responses to Penelope in the 20th Century." The Third Meeting of the International Society for the Classical Tradition (ISCT). March 1995; Boston, MA. "The Intersection of Networks, Scholarship, and Empowerment." Conference on College Composition and Communication (4 C's). March 1995; Washington D.C. "The Loom and the Weaver: Hypertext and Homer's Odyssey." With Mindi Corwin. Computers and Writing Conference. May 1994; Columbia, MO. "Hypertext as Explanation for Stein's Postmodern Compositions." Computers and Writing Conference May 1993; Ann Arbor, MI. AWARDS & HONORS 2015 Real Hero Honoree. "For Exemplary Service to Education." 2014 "Student's Award for Teaching Excellence." Washington State University Vancouver. 2005. Finalist. Drunken Boat Panliterary Awards. Finalist, "Best Video" for When Ghosts Will Die. 2002. Distinguished Alumni of the Year. University of Texas at Dallas School of Arts and Humanities. 2001. Innovation in Academia Award. "For distinguished and innovative leadership in the field of computer technology." TEACHING Washington State University Vancouver, 2006­­ DTC 336 Design and Composition DTC 338 SPECIAL TOPICS in Digital Technology and Culture: "Electronic Literature" DTC 338 Special Topics in Digital Technology and Culture: "Curating Multimedia Exhibits & Archives" DTC 354 Digital Storytelling DTC 375 Language, Texts and Technology DTC 475 Digital Diversity (Hybrid and Face to Face) DTC 476 Digital Literacies DTC 497 Senior Capstone HUM 499 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Interactive Design FA 434 Time Based Media FA 435 Interactive Media Texas Woman's University, 1995-2006 Graduate Courses: Eng 5333 Studies in Writing in Net Environments Eng 5273 Studies in Fiction­­ "Logomedia, or the Effect of Medium on Literature" Eng 5903 Special Topics: "Electronic Literature"
Eng 5353 Rhetoric and Composition Theory II­­"Electronic Rhetoric" Eng 6323 Feminist Rhetoric: "Feminist Cyberculture; " Feminist New Media" Eng 6343 Major Rhetorical Theories: "Telematic Texts" COURSES & WORKSHOPS International "Documenting Born Digital Creative and Scholarly Works for Access and Preservation." The 2017 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2017. "Electronic Literature in the Digital Humanities: Research and Practice." The 2017 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2017. "Advanced Criticism of Electronic Literature." The 2016 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2016. "Electronic Literature in the Digital Humanities: Research and Practice." The 2016 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2016. "Advanced Criticism of Electronic Literature." The 2015 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2015. "Electronic Literature in the Digital Humanities: Research and Practice." The 2015 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2015. "Curating Electronic Literature." Post Screen: International Festival of Art. University of Lisbon. November 2014. "Electronic Literature in the Digital Humanities: Research and Practice." The 2014 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2014. "Creating Digital Humanities Projects for the Mobile Environment." With CMDC Faculty. The 2013 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2013. "Creating Digital Humanities Projects for the Mobile Environment." With CMDC Faculty. The 2012 Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. June 2012. National "The Ins and Outs of Curating Electronic Literature." The Electronic Literature Organization 2014 Conference. July 2014; Milwaukee, WI. "Designing App Interfaces." [email protected] P. The University of Pittsburgh. October 19, 2011; Pittsburgh, PA. "Project Planning for Multimodal Scholarship: A Whiteboard Approach to Designing Projects with Digital Video, Audio, and Images in Mind." With John Barber, Brett Oppegaard, and Will Luers. THATCamp: The Humanities and Technology Camp. October 23-24, 2010; Seattle, WA. "iChat for Effective Online Collaborations." Apple Corporation. July 9, 2005; Dallas, TX. "The Comprehensive Feminist Classroom: A Technology Workshop for Feminists." With Becky Rickly and Susan Delagrange. The Fourth Biennial Feminism(s) & Rhetoric(s) Conference October 2003; Columbus, OH. "Creating Online Resources for the Language Arts/English Classroom." The 2000 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 2000; Milwaukee, WI. "Streaming Video for Webpages and MOOspaces." The 16th Annual Computers and Writing Conference. May 2000; Fort Worth, TX. "Three Storyspace Activities for Teaching Critical Reading Skills for the Odyssey, Oedipus, and Antigone." The CCCC Computer Connection. Conference on College Composition and Communication (4 C's) April 2000; Minneapolis, MN. "Advanced Internet Workshop: Using the Internet for the Teaching of Literature, Composition, and Research." The 1999 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 1999; Denver, CO. "Advanced Internet Workshop: Using the Internet for the Teaching of Literature, Composition, and Research." The 1998 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 1998; Nashville, TN. "Interactive, online learning: Pragmatic Applications of Networked Computers in the English Classroom." Sponsored by Assembly on Computers in English. The 1998 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 1998; Nashville, TN. "Getting Started With and Getting More Out of the Internet." The 1997 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 1997; Detroit, MI. "Helping Teachers Understand and Implement Computer Technology in Their Own Classroom Pedagogy." The Thirteenth Computers and Writing Conference. June 1997; Honolulu, HI. "The 3Ps and 4Cs, or How To Propose, Prepare, and Perform a Conference Presentation." The Conference on College Composition and Communication (4 C's). Saturday, March 15, 1997; Phoenix, AZ. "Doing More With Less: Activities for Teachers with Limited Technology Resources." The 1996 National Council of
Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 1996; Chicago, IL. "The Internet: An Educator's Introduction." The 1996 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention November 1996; Chicago, IL. "Interactive Teaching: Helping Teachers Understand and Implement Computer Technology in Their Own Classroom Pedagogy." Computers and Writing Conference. 1996; Logan, UT. "The Internet: An Educator's Introduction." National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. November 1995; San Diego, CA. "Interactive Text: Helping Teachers Design Educational Software for Their Own Learning Environments." Computers and Writing Conference. May 1995; El Paso, TX. "Interactive Text: Helping Teachers Design Educational Software for Their Own Learning Environments." Computers and Writing Conference. May 1994; Columbia, MO. STUDENT RESEARCH 1. Fulbright Scholar Ula Pawlicka (Poland). A study of electronic literature contributing to her dissertation. August 2014-February 2015. 2. Post-Doctoral Students Daniela Maduro (Portugal). Shapeshifting texts: keeping track of electronic literature. May-June 2016. Kathi Inman Berens. "Touch and Decay: Tomasula's TOC in iPad." May-August 2011. 3. PhD External Examiner. James O'Sullivan. University College Cork. December 7, 2015. Member. Dissertation Committee. Josh Tanenbaum. Simon Fraser University. School of Interactive Arts & Technology (SIAT). "Transformation and Participation in Digital Narratives and Story-Based-Games." 2011­ 2015. Chair. Jennifer Brockman. PhD dissertation Committee. 2006. Co-Chair. Cheri Crenshaw. PhD Dissertation Committee. "Exploiting Kairos in Electronic Space: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Signifying Techniques Used by Digital Writers to Persuade Readers toward Understanding and Action." 2007. Chair. Annie Olson. Dissertation. "MOO: A Site for Facilitating a Bakhtinian Aesthetics of Invention." 2003. Chair. Carl Clark. "Hypertextual Ways of Knowing: Mapping the Intersections of Hypertext Theory, Feminist Epistemology, and Feminist Rhetoric." 2002. Member. David Sutton. Dissertation. "Rhetorics of Control in Japanese Anime." 2005-2006. Member. Sandy Robinson. PhD Research Committee. 2005. Member. Sara Pace. "Exploring Computer-Mediated Oral Composing as a Composing Practice." 2005. Member. Kay Robinson. Ph.D. Exams. 1999. Member. Susie Crowson. Ph.D. Exams. 1999. 4. Masters Degrees Member. Thesis Committee. Ted Fordyce. "Linked Variations: Authoring-System Specific Link Construction and the Analysis of Hypertext Literature." Georgetown University, Communication, Culture and Technology Department. 2010. Member. Thesis Committee. Dustin King. "Effects of Technology on Student Learning." Washington State University Vancouver, College of Education. 2008. Chair. Pat Nolan. "From Either/Or to Both/And: Achieving a New Tertiary Embodiment of Wo/Man/Machine through the Lens of Philosophy and science fiction." 2005. Chair. Heather Jensen. No thesis. 2003. Member. Sandra Anderson. "Windows to literature: the computer as context in North Central Texas community colleges." 1996. Member. Meredith Braden. "Jessie Redmon Fauset: Out of the Shadows." 2000. Member. Christa Downer. "Poetic Agency and Carol Ann Duffy." 2000. Member. Cecelia Huddleston. "Dancing and Ranting in the Chat Room: Synthesizing Orality and Literacy." 2000. Member. Stephanie Rodriguez. "Spacing the Extraordinary: Dis/Ability and Homeplace in Toni Morrison's Sula." 2000. 5. Undergraduate Research I have guided 73 undergraduates in research projects. A few examples are listed below:
Amanda Wolcott, Connor Goglin, Matt Lyons, Randy Luttrell, Holly Stassens, and Megan Essman. 2nd Place. 2016 Student Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (SURCA) at Washington State University Madeleine Brookman. 2016 Emeritus Society Undergraduate Research Award in the category of Arts & Humanities; 2 0 1 5 C A S S u m m e r M i n i - G r a n t . 2014-5 Auvil Fellowship. Amalia Vacca, Michael Keck et al. "Life Renewed." 1st Place, 2015 Student Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (SURCA) at Washington State University, Pullman; 1st Place Undergraduate Research Award, Washington State University Vancouver. Amalia Vacca. 2013-4 Norma C. Fuentes and Gary M. Kirk Undergraduate Research Scholarship. iSci. Received 2nd place ("Gray") at the 2014 Student Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (SURCA) for iSci. Setareh Alizadeh, Nicole Buckner, Melissa Carroll, Hunter Crawford, Evan Flanagan, Morgan Hutchinson, Jason Lee, Kerri Lingo, Gary Nasca, Greg Philbrook, Margerete Strawn, Amalia Vacca. Docents and curators for International and National Exhbits of Electronic Literature. 2012 Modern Language Association (MLA) 2012 conference in Seattle, WA, 2013 MLA conference in Boston, MA, and 2014 MLA conference in Chicago, IL; 2012 Electronic Literature Organization in Morgantown, WV; the Library of Congress in Washington, DC in April 2013; 2013 Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, BC. Francis Dunn and Amalia Vacca. iSci. With Alexander Dimitrov. Research into augmented reality environments and multimedia books. 2012-13. Setareh Alizadeh, Inalee Bauer, Lia Thompson, and Spencer Watson. #nextchapter, a community-wide discussion of the most compelling cultural trends of the emerging digital economy. Won the "2013 WSUV Undergraduate Research Award." Jason Clarke, Hunter Crawford, Natalya Gruntkovsky, Jacob Holthalter, Madi Kozacek, Michael Langlois, Kerri Lingo, Chad McClure, Brian McGovern, Margerete Strawn. OMSI Fellows. I supervised 10 undergraduates chosen to develop an interactive augmented-reality installation for the Oregon Museum for Science & Industry (OMSI); September 2011-May, 2012. Hunter Crawford, Natalya Gruntkovsky, Michael Langlois, Kerri Lingo, Anaya Martella, Chad McClure, Artem Popov, Kathleen Schultheis, Margerete Strawn. MTRI Fellows. I supervised eight undergraduate Fellows chosen for summer-long program entitled The Mobile Tech Research Initiative (MTRI) to learn app design and development; May-August 2011. Samantha Goeltze, Nicholas Hill, Aaron May and Geoff Wallace. 2010-11 MOVE Lab Fellows. Sensor-based virtual environments. Awarded "Honorable Mention" at the 2010 International Digital Media & Arts Association Student Showcase. Vancouver, Canada. November 2010. Laura Franklin, Ryan Hicks, Ben Hook, Zach Jepson, Phil MacArthur, Bryce Van Hoosen. VJFleet Team. An interactive, sensor-based art. Won the "2009 WSUV Undergraduate Research Award." I also took these students to WSU to exhibit their work at 2009 WSU Showcase. Yvetta Limon. McNair Scholar Mentor. Spring 2003­Fall 2004. Mary Catherine Fontenot. McNair Scholar Mentor. Fall 2000. Lorna Clarke. "In the Eyes of the Beholder: African-Americans and the Standard of Beauty Depicted in The Bluest Eye." The National Association of African-American Studies Annual Meeting. February 1999; Houston, TX. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Internal 1. Director, The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program. Fall 2006­­ Duties include scheduling courses, recruiting, hiring faculty, developing curriculum, fund-raising, innovating new projects, lab development and upgrades, producing assessment plan, and overseeing community outreach. 2. Campus-Wide Committees Member. Search Committee. Interim Chair of Research. 2014. Member. Research Showcase. 2006­­. Commencement Speaker Committee. Spring 2011­2014. Community Engaged Scholarship Committee. Spring 2010. E-Learning. Fall 2009. Art Board. Fall 2008-Spring 2009.
3. College-Wide Committees CAS Undergraduate Committee. 2013­­. Executive Advisory Committee. Fall 2006­­. Associate Chair Committee. Fall 2006­2007. Chair, Technology Committee. Fall 2006­ 2007. 4. Search Committees Chair. Search Committee. CMDC-Murrow Search. 2010-2011. Search Committee. Fine Arts Search. 2009-2010. Internal at TWU 1. Administrative Assignment Coordinator. English Secondary Education Program. 1995-2001. 2. Coordinator. College of Arts and Sciences ExCET Improvement Initiative. Fall 1999-Summer 2000. Supervisor. Teacher Certification Program (TCP). From September 1995-Fall 1997 3. Campus-Wide Committees Departmental Search Committee for Chair. Chaired by Dr. Don Edwards. Fall 2004­­Spring 2005 University Wide Search Committee for Director of Career Services. Chaired by Dr. Sherri Taylor. Fall 1998 Technology Committee.Fall 2002­Fall 2003 ExCET Leadership Committee. Devise policies for ExCET improvement. Fall 1999-Spring 2000 Teacher Education Council. Fall 1995-Summer 1999 Committee on Distance Education Consultant. 1999 CAS Teacher Education Council. 1999-2001 Women's Studies Graduate Studies Committee. 1998-1999 Town Meeting Committee. Spring 1998. Task Force on Emerging Instructional Technologies. 1997-Spring 1999 The Teaching, Learning, Technology Roundtable (TLTR). March 1997 CCDPC. Fall 1996-Summer 2000 Academic Computing Committee. Fall 1996 4. Departmental Committees Chair, Peer Review Committee. Fall 2002­2006 Chair. Undergraduate Committee. Fall 2005­2006 Member. Undergraduate Committee. Fall 2002­2005 Member. Technology Committee. Fall 2005­2006 Member. Graduate Studies Committee. 1999­2003 Member. Departmental Effectiveness Committee. 1998 Departmental Search Committee for Assistant Professor of Rhetoric. Fall 1998­­Spring 1999 Member. Instructional Technology Committee. Fall 1996 Member. Teacher Certification and ExCet Evaluation Committee. Fall 1995­2001 Chair. Recruitment Committee. Fall 1995-Spring 1996 5. Other Activities Coordinator. Developed online program for Women's Studies Judge. CoServ. "Government-In-Action Youth Tour Contest." Spring 2001 Judge. Barnes and Noble. "Close the Book on Hate Essay Contest." Fall 2000 Co-Author. With Michael Wiebe. Developed an online Master of Arts in Teaching Program for the College of Arts and Sciences in conjunction with the Education Program. Spring 1999 Judge. CoServ Scholarship Fund. March 1999 Judge. 1999 District UIL Ready Writing competition. Lewisville ISD, Huffines Middle School. March 1999 Judge. 1998 5A District UIL Ready Writing competition. Ryan High School. March 1998 Participant. NET (Residency Learning Community). Fall 1996-Summer 1997 Faculty Advisor. NCTE Junior Affiliate. Fall 1996-Fall 1999 External
1. Editorial Work Associate Editor. Literary Studies in the Digital Age: An Evolving Anthology. Modern Language Association Commons. Consultant. Po-Ex Digital Archive. Dr. Rui Torres, Lead Editor. Porto, Portugal. Associate Editor. Leonardo Reviews, an online component of Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. 2003­­. International Editor. Computers and Composition. Quarterly column, entitled "Global Dimensions," discussing writing and new media, as well as soliciting articles about these subjects from international writers and media artists. Fall 2003­Spring 2007. 2. International Juries International Symposium of Electronic Artists. August 2015. OLE.01 Festival Internationale della Letteratura Electronica. Contemporary Art Prize. October 2014. Post Screen Festival. Lisbon, Portugal. November 2014. 3. Conference/Symposium Organization Co-Chair. New Horizons: The 2016 Electronic Literature Organization Conference. With Ray Siemens. Victoria, B.C. June 2016. Chair. Visionary Landscapes: The 2008 Electronic Literature Organization Conference. With John Barber. Vancouver, WA. May 2008. Chair. "Shaping Consciousness: New Media, Spirituality, and Identity." With Jennifer Brockman, Gigi Gregg, Aliscia Rogers, Cheri Crenshaw, Jennifer Cozzolino, Sandy Robinson, Anne Schoolfield. The Dallas Museum of Art. April 2005. Chair. "EnCore Symposium." With Lennie Irvin, Daniel Jung, and Rhonna Robbins-Sponaas. September 2004. Online Conference Chair. "Computers and Writing 2002 Online Conference." With Heather Jensen. April-June 2002. Chair. "Computers and Writing 2000." With John Barber and Hugh Burns. May 2000. Online Conference Coordinator. "Second Biennial Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference." October 1999. 4. International Organizations Electronic Literature Organization. President, 2013 ­­. Vice President, 2010-2013. Member of the Board of Directors. Director of the Consortium, fall 2009-2010. Treasurer, fall 2006-summer 2009. 5. National Organizations Representative-at-Large and Chair, Membership Committee. South Central Modern Language Association. Fall 2004­6. CCCC Committee on Computers in Composition and Communication (7Cs) Fall 1999-Spring 2003. Instructional Technology Committee. National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Fall 1998­­. Subcommittee for Promotion, Tenure, and Working Conditions. National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Spring 1998. Board of Directors. Assembly for Computers in English (ACE). Spring 1999. Chair. NCTE Program Arrangements. College English Association (CEA). Spring 1998. 6. Reviewer Panelist for Evaluations. National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Projects for the Public grant applications. September 2014. Program Review. University of Colorado Boulder. College of Media, Communication, and Information. Proposal for Ph.D. in Intermedia Art | Writing | Performance (IAWP). December 2013.
Reviewer. Proceedings for Digital Art Weeks. Springer Publications. 2007. Referee. Special Issue of Technical Communication Quarterly (16.1 issue), edited by Christa Ehmann Powers and Beth Hewitt, entitled "Online Teaching and Learning: Preparation, Development, and Organizational Communication." 2006 Article. "Catharsis in Videogames." PMLA. April 2004. Article. "Extracting Meaningful Labels for WEBSOM-Based Text Archives." IEEE transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering. Spring 2002. Computers and Writing Conference Proposal Reviewer. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, and 2006. Outreach to the Community 1. Committees Managing Director, Innovation Partnership Zone. "Applied Digital Technology Accelerator." Fall 2013­­. Co-Chair. #nextchapter. Community-wide reading program focusing on digital literacy. Fall 2012­­ Vice-Chair. Board of Directors, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Spring 2010-May 2011 Member, Board of Directors. Alexa Dyer Foundation. Spring 2010­2012. Member, Marketing Committee. Walk and Knock Annual Food Drive. Fall 2009­Fall 2012. Member. Regional Branding Committee for the City of Vancouver. Fall 2009­Spring 2010 Founding Member. The Arts of Clark County. Fall 2009­Summer 2012. 2. Guest Lectures/Public Speaking Engagements "Apps for Business 101." The Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. September 24, 2015. "Computational Poetry." Humanities Washington and the Fort Vancouver Regional Library. Vancouver, WA; April 23, 2014. "WWPD?: The Folly of the Ancients, Wisdom of the Contemporaries." Centralia College. October 20, 2010. "New Areas of Promise." The Columbian Economic Forecast Breakfast. January 24, 2012. "Search Engine Optimization." Tech 101 Workshop Series. November 2011. "Top Ten Things Businesses Need to Know about Facebook." Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce. November 17, 2011. "Power Media." ASWSA. June 19, 2010. "Recharge Recycling with Social Media." WRSA. May 25, 2010. "public libraries and the Future of Reading." Fort Vancouver Public Library. April 22, 2010. "Social Media." La Center Chamber of Commerce." March 17, 2010. "Social Media." Women in Networking. February 10, 2010. "Search Engine Optimization." Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce. November 18, 2010.
"The Digital Future: Today's Technologies and Their Implication for the Future." Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, June 2, 2009. "Social Media Workshop Series." Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, July-August, 2009. "From social networks to Communications Systems: Digital Technologies for Managing Organizations." Clark County Board of Commissioners, April 23, 2009. "Building Presence with Social Media." Camas Washougal Chamber of Commerce, October 15, 2009. "Strategizing Social Media." The Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, October 23, 2009. "Facebook and Twitter Workshop." The Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, October 30, 2009. "Leadership, Community, and Social Media." The Rotary Club, December 16, 2009. 3. Free Consulting Clark County Youth Commission. "Government 2.0: Combining face-to-face and interface-to-interface interaction to enhance civic engagement." June 11, 2010. Home Services Network. SEO Consulting. May 6, 2010. Clark County Board of Commissioners. IT consulting. 2009. 4. Other Activities The Arts of Clark County. Free Web Development. Open House Ministries (family shelter). Free web development. Hough Foundation. Free web design. The Festival of Trees. Judge. The Downtown Rotary Club. 2010-2015. Vstories: Facebooking Your Story. Fort Vancouver Regional Library. Digital Storytelling Competition. April 2010. Mementomori. Northbank Gallery. Fundraiser for YWCA SafeChoice Domestic Violence Program. May 2007. MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES Modern Language Association (MLA) Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) International Symposium for Electronic Art (ISEA)

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