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MemberEduardo Ledesma

20th and 21st century Latin American (including Brazil) and Iberian literature and film. Catalan literature and film. Media and cultural studies. Modernism(s). Avant-garde and neo-avant-garde poetry. Electronic literature and new media arts (digital poetry, hypertext, blog-narratives, locative fiction, cyberculture). Documentary and experimental film. The intersection between technology and disability studies. Word and Image relations. Luso-Hispanic transatlantic connections. Intersections between engineering and culture (science and technology studies),

MemberRoman Bleier

Roman studied History and Religious studies at the University of Graz. He also completed a certificate in Information Modelling in the Humanities at the Centre for Information Modelling (ZIM – ACDH). Following his studies in Graz, he did an internship at the Saint Patrick’s Confessio HyperText Stack (http://www.confessio.ie), a project of the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin, and completed a Ph.D. in Digital Arts and Humanities at Trinity College Dublin. After finishing his Ph.D. in 2015, he worked as CENDARI Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College London and as Researcher at An Foras Feasa, the Digital Humanities Centre at Maynooth University. Since May 2016 Roman is DiXiT Post-Doc Fellow at the Centre for Information Modelling – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities at Graz University. His current research project is about canonical reference and sustainability of digital editions.

MemberPeter Austin

My research interests cover documentary, descriptive, theoretical, historical and applied linguistics. I have extensive fieldwork experience since 1972 on Australian Aboriginal languages (northern New South Wales, northern South Australia, and north-west Western Australia) and co-authored with David Nathan the first fully page-formatted hypertext dictionary on the World Wide Web, a bilingual dictionary of Gamilaraay (Kamilaroi), northern New South Wales, as well as publishing seven bilingual dictionaries of Aboriginal languages. Since 2011 I have been working with the Dieri Aboriginal Corporation on revitalisation of the Dieri language spoken in South Australia (see Dieri WordPress). Since 1995 I have been carrying out research on Sasak and Samawa, Austronesian languages spoken on Lombok and Sumbawa islands, eastern Indonesia, in collaboration with colleagues at Mataram University and Frankfurt University. My theoretical research is mainly on syntax and focuses on Lexical Functional Grammar, morpho-syntactic typology, computer-aided lexicography and multi-media for endangered languages. I have also published on historical and comparative linguistics, typology, and Aboriginal history and biography. I am currently working with Dr Julia Sallabank and with colleagues at University of Warsaw and Leiden University on an EU Horizon2020 Twinning project called Engaged Humanities, and with Professor Stefanie Pillai, University of Malaya, on a British Academy-funded collaborative research project in Malaysia.

MemberTim Bulkeley

…46″Jacob – Genesis, Chapters 28-36″ Biblica: a Social and Historical Journey through the Lands of the Bible (ed. Barry J. Beitzel) Viking, 2006, 139-1462005Amos: Hypertext Bible Commentary Auckland: Hypertext Bible [CD]”Back to the Future: Virtual Theologising as Recapitulation”. Colloquium, 2005, 37,2, 115-130. (Also guest edit…

Past: Vice recteur, Facultes Protestantes au Zaire; Carey Baptist College; University of Auckland; Laidlaw-Carey Graduate SchoolHonours:Distinguished Teaching Award 2001 (University of Auckland)22nd Annual William Menzies Lectureship (five lectures) with the title “God as Mother?” 2014 (Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Baguio, Philippines)Unsung Heroes Award 2016 (for teaching on marriage and family) New Zealand Christian Network

MemberElvira Blanco


Migration Mapping, a space for conceptual elaboration about the role of media in processes of contemporary migration.
the sadness of distant stars, a hypertext.
RAW, a Korsakow hypervideo documenting an exhibition and performance by Venezuelan multidisciplinary artist Deborah Castillo.

Researcher and media maker, first-year student of Latin American cultures at Columbia University. Interested in the politics of degraded moving image circulation in Latin America (I have focused specifically on the case of Venezuela until now), contemporary Latin American visual arts, film, and expanded literatures, and the intersection of migration and media. I collaborate in the project Migration Mapping/M2LAB based in The New School.

MemberLinnea Zeiner

…grunge feminism: performing gender paradox in queered plays of hypertextuality

Grunge Feminism is a multi-modal work presenting a non-linear and completely interactive reader experience. The thesis has intensionally embedded multimedia primary sources for three-dimensional engagement and examination that open up new interpretative opportunities that expan…

Linnea Zeiner is a counter-culture feminist historian and digital humanist conducting multi-disciplinary research in transmedia platforms of scholarship, presentation, and pedagogy. She earned her M.A. in History from San Diego State University, where as a graduate student she initiated the use of digital platforms and Digital Humanities best-practices in the jumbo lower-division U.S. history classes. Linnea’s thesis, grunge feminism: performing gender paradox in queered plays of hypertexuality, published in 2015, is the first born-digital, interactive thesis at San Diego State. It is a multi-modal work presenting a non-linear and completely interactive reader experience that is designed to open up new interpretative opportunities in the digital classroom. Currently, Ms. Zeiner continues her work with the SDSU Digital Humanities Initiative, innovating digital pedagogy for humanities classes and working with the San Diego Digital Humanities Consortium to help the region’s diverse learning institutions innovate DH pedagogy to enhance the learning experiences of underrepresented student communities. She joined The Department of Classics and Humanities as a Lecturer in 2016, teaching HUM409 (The Future). Working out of the experimental and collaborative environment of the ITS Learning Research Studios, this class engages with speculative, pop-ontological, and techno-anxiety inducing sci-fi to explore the broad spectrum of realities presented in visual as well as written narratives, and to critique the social constructions of bodies and spaces in “The Future”.  

MemberGraham Jensen

…Ross. London: Routledge, 2016.
“‘Something Terrible in Me’: A Note on Demon-Possession and Suicide in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury.” The Sound and the Fury: a Hypertext Edition. Ed. Peter Stoicheff, Allison Muri, and Joel Deshaye, et al. U of Saskatchewan, January 2010. [An undergraduate essay solicited for publication by Dr. Peter Stoic…

I am a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in English at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. My research interests include literary modernism, twentieth-century Canadian literature, poetry and poetics, and digital humanities research and methodologies. I am also principal investigator of the Canadian Modernist Magazines Project and a former graduate fellow with Editing Modernism in Canada. At the University of Victoria, I also hold an Associate Fellowship in the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society as well as a Digital Scholarship Fellowship in the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab.

MemberPamela K. Gilbert

…ritain, 1832-1866.”  Nineteenth Century Prose.  25/1 (Spring 1998): 35-59.  Sander Gilman, ed., Special Issue on Literature and Medicine.

 

“Meditations Upon Hypertext: A Rhetorethics for Cyborgs.”  JAC: Journal of Composition Theory. 17.1 (Jan. 1997): 23-38.  This article won the Kinneavy Award Honorable Mention (Second Place),…

Victorian novel, history of medicine, medical humanities, gender, popular fiction

MemberKatherine D. Harris

…als under contract with the Modern Language Association. Open for peer review 2015. Forthcoming as completed “book” in 2019. (See Dec 2014 Announcement)

“Forget Me Not: A Hypertextual Archive of Ackermann’s Nineteenth-Century Literary Annual.” (A scholarly edition & “legacy” digital project) Listed in MLA International Bibliography. Meta…

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