Presentations

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Some of the presentations given between 2011 and 2016:

21st November 2016 – “Resistance and Frustration in shapeshifting texts”, International Colloquium “Glitchy Textures”, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (Paris) and at the Université Paris 8, Paris, France.

13th – October 2016 – “Before our very eyes: digital texts as shapeshifting surfaces”, panel “Multimodality and Materiality: Empirical Interactions and Recursive Interplays”, Transmediations Conference, Linaeus University, Växjö, Sweden.

18th July 2016 – Invited speaker (workshop/Round-Table-Discussion: Towards a Multi-Level Annotation Framework). Symposium Interdisciplinary Comics Research. Bringing together theoretical and empirical approaches to the analysis of visual narratives, Hanse- Wissenshaftskolleg Institut for Advanced Study, Delmenhorst, Germany.

11th June 2016 – “Exploring Potentiality”, ELO Conference 2016 – Next Horizons, University of Victoria, Canada.

8th June 2016 – Presenting the “Shapeshifting Texts: keeping track of electronic literature” at the DHSI (Digital Humanities Summer Institute) “Introduction to Electronic Literature in DH: Research and Practice”, taught by Dene Grigar, M.D. Coverly, and Davin Heckman. Victoria, Canada.

10th December 2015 – Shapeshifting and multimodality – describing electronic literature, Bremen Masterclasses on Multimodality. Bremer Institut für transmediale Textualitätsforschung, University of Bremen, Germany.

5th November 2015 – Textos interativos e narrativa projetada [Interactive texts and projected narrative], Seminário Narrativa e Criação Audiovisual, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Porto, Portugal.

18th April 2015 – Imaginative effort: reassessing immersion and interactivity in digital fiction. International Symposium “Textual Machines”. The University of Georgia, Athens, USA.

21st June 2014 – Shapeshifting texts: following the traces of narrative in digital fiction. “Hold the light” – Electronic Literature Organization Conference 2014. Electronic Literature Organization, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), Milwaukee, USA.

12th May 2011 – “It’s no Good Unless You Die at the End: Stranger than fiction como rascunho de um mundo possível” [“It’s no good unless you die at the end: Stranger than Fiction as a draft of a possible world”]. 32nd APEAA Annual Conference – Current Debates in English and American Studies. University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.

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