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Numérique et écriture littéraire
Author: Anne-Marie Petitjean, Violaine Houdart-Merot
Publisher: Editions Hermann
ISBN: 2705690441
Pages: 176
Year: 2015
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Cet ouvrage aide à repenser à la fois les pratiques d'écriture à l'école et à l'université, et la place de l'écriture créative dans l'enseignement de la littérature. Loin de chercher à prôner le tout numérique, il observe surtout les apports des technologies pour améliorer les interactions entre scripteur et lecteur, ouvrant de nouvelles perspectives à l'auteur confirmé, mais aussi au débutant qui apprend non seulement à écrire, mais à conscientiser le processus à l'œuvre. Et il affirme avec force l'intérêt de l'écriture créative pour la formation, non seulement littéraire, mais générale et citoyenne.
Les avatars jouables des mondes numériques : Théories, terrains et témoignages de pratiques interactives
Author: AMATO Etienne Armand, PERÉNY Etienne
Publisher: Lavoisier
ISBN: 2746282917
Pages: 340
Year: 2013-09-01
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Ces créatures d’images polymorphes que sont les avatars jouables nous font exister dans les mondes numériques des jeux vidéo, et même dans certains sites Web communautaires ou ludiques. Parce qu’elles nous y métamorphosent, elles apparaissent emblématiques des pratiques interactives les plus sophistiquées et troublantes. Toutefois, leurs propriétés et effets, espérés ou redoutés, restent encore à éclairer, ainsi que toutes ces interactions à distance réalisées par avatars interposés, au cœur des simulations audiovisuelles informatiques contemporaines. Ancré en sciences de l’information et de la communication, ce premier ouvrage collectif francophone sur le thème conceptualise l’avatar. Aussi, il bénéficie des apports conjugués de différentes disciplines (philosophie des techniques, psychologie, psychanalyse, sémiologie, ethnologie, sociologie, sciences de la gestion, arts). Par cette pluralité et grâce à de constants allers-retours entre théories et terrains, descriptions et analyses, hypothèses et témoignages, peuvent être articulées toutes les dimensions en jeu : technologiques, physiologiques, interpersonnelles, identitaires, intimes et/ou culturelles.
The Familiar, Volume 1
Author: Mark Z. Danielewski
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0375714952
Pages: 880
Year: 2015-05-12
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From the author of the international best seller House of Leaves and National Book Award–nominated Only Revolutions comes a monumental new novel as dazzling as it is riveting. The Familiar (Volume 1) ranges from Mexico to Southeast Asia, from Venice, Italy, to Venice, California, with nine lives hanging in the balance, each called upon to make a terrifying choice. They include a therapist-in-training grappling with daughters as demanding as her patients; an ambitious East L.A. gang member contracted for violence; two scientists in Marfa, Texas, on the run from an organization powerful beyond imagining; plus a recovering addict in Singapore summoned at midnight by a desperate billionaire; and a programmer near Silicon Beach whose game engine might unleash consequences far exceeding the entertainment he intends. At the very heart, though, is a twelve-year-old girl named Xanther who one rainy day in May sets out with her father to get a dog, only to end up trying to save a creature as fragile as it is dangerous . . . which will change not only her life and the lives of those she has yet to encounter, but this world, too—or at least the world we think we know and the future we take for granted. (With full-color illustrations throughout.) Like the print edition, this eBook contains a complex image-based layout. It is most readable on e-reading devices with larger screen sizes.
Pratiques et usages numériques : H2PTM'13
Publisher: Lavoisier
ISBN: 2746295792
Pages: 397
Year: 2013-10-04
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Au croisement des différentes approches techniques, sociales, informationnelles, culturelles, épistémologiques et critiques, la conférence H2PTM’2013 présente les thèmes incontournables relatifs aux hypertextes et aux hypermédias. Cette nouvelle édition porte un regard particulier sur les usages et les pratiques numériques. Le développement du numérique connait une croissance importante par le biais des infrastructures de télécommunication et des outils numériques. Comprendre la multiplication des usages et les nouvelles pratiques, mais surtout savoir analyser leurs perspectives, est aussi crucial que la conception et le développement technologique, même si l'évolution rapide des TIC rend difficile l’anticipation des utilisations. Les pratiques communicationnelles par la publication et les échanges en ligne, la recherche d'information via le web sémantique et social, le développement des applications nomades et composites : autant de terrains de recherche qui offrent des perspectives larges pour tenter d'identifier les tendances du numérique de demain. Cet ouvrage regroupe l'ensemble des communications de la douzième édition de la conférence internationale hypermédias et pratiques numériques.
Uncreative Writing
Author: Kenneth Goldsmith
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231504543
Pages: 272
Year: 2011-09-20
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Can techniques traditionally thought to be outside the scope of literature, including word processing, databasing, identity ciphering, and intensive programming, inspire the reinvention of writing? The Internet and the digital environment present writers with new challenges and opportunities to reconceive creativity, authorship, and their relationship to language. Confronted with an unprecedented amount of texts and language, writers have the opportunity to move beyond the creation of new texts and manage, parse, appropriate, and reconstruct those that already exist. In addition to explaining his concept of uncreative writing, which is also the name of his popular course at the University of Pennsylvania, Goldsmith reads the work of writers who have taken up this challenge. Examining a wide range of texts and techniques, including the use of Google searches to create poetry, the appropriation of courtroom testimony, and the possibility of robo-poetics, Goldsmith joins this recent work to practices that date back to the early twentieth century. Writers and artists such as Walter Benjamin, Gertrude Stein, James Joyce, and Andy Warhol embodied an ethos in which the construction or conception of a text was just as important as the resultant text itself. By extending this tradition into the digital realm, uncreative writing offers new ways of thinking about identity and the making of meaning.
Writing Machines
Author: N. Katherine Hayles
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262582155
Pages: 144
Year: 2002
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A pseudo-autobiographical exploration of the artistic and cultural impact of the transformation of the print book to its electronic incarnations.
Reading Writing
Author: Julien Gracq
Publisher: Turtle Point Press
Pages: 376
Year: 2006
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Dedicated to the glory of literature, reading and writing are joined and transformed in exquisite continuity.
Author: Alexander Aciman, Emmett Rensin
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101162821
Pages: 224
Year: 2009-12-29
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Perhaps while reading Shakespeare you've asked yourself, What exactly is Hamlet trying to tell me? Why must he mince words and muse in lyricism and, in short, whack about the shrub? But if the Prince of Denmark had a Twitter account and an iPhone, he could tell his story in real time--and concisely! Hence the genius of Twitterature. Hatched in a dorm room at the brain trust that is the University of Chicago, Twitterature is a hilarious and irreverent re-imagining of the classics as a series of 140-character tweets from the protagonist. Providing a crash course in more than eighty of the world's best-known books, from Homer to Harry Potter, Virgil to Voltaire, Tolstoy to Twilight and Dante to The Da Vinci Code. It's the ultimate Cliffs Notes. Because as great as the classics are, who has time to read those big, long books anymore? Sample tweets: From Hamlet: WTF IS POLONIUS DOING BEHIND THE CURTAIN??? From the Harry Potter series: Oh man big tournament at my school this year!! PSYCHED! I hope nobody dies this year, and every year as if by clockwork. From The Great Gatsby: Gatsby is so emo. Who cries about his girlfriend while eating breakfast...IN THE POOL?
On Editorialization
Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures
ISBN: 9492302209
Pages: 116
Year: 2018-03-09
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In On Editorialization: Structuring Space and Authority in the Digital Age Marcello Vitali-Rosati examines how authority changes in the digital era. Authority seems to have vanished in the age of the web, since the spatial relationships that authority depends on are thought to have levelled out: there are no limits or boundaries, no hierarchies or organized structures anymore. Vitali-Rosati claims the opposite to be the case: digital space is well-structured and material and has specific forms of authority. Editorialization is one key process that organizes this space and thus brings into being digital authority. Investigating this process of editorialization, Vitali-Rosati reveals how politics can be reconceived in the digital age. Marcello Vitali-Rosati is Associate Professor in the Department of French Literature at the University of Montreal and holds the Canada Research Chair on Digital Textualities. In his research he develops a philosophical approach to the changes brought by digital technologies.
The Possession at Loudun
Author: Michel de Certeau
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226100359
Pages: 251
Year: 2000-08-01
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It is August 18, 1634. Father Urbain Grandier, convicted of sorcery that led to the demonic possession of the Ursuline nuns of provincial Loudun in France, confesses his sins on the porch of the church of Saint-Pierre, then perishes in flames lit by his own exorcists. A dramatic tale that has inspired many artistic retellings, including a novel by Aldous Huxley and an incendiary film by Ken Russell, the story of the possession at Loudun here receives a compelling analysis from the renowned Jesuit historian Michel de Certeau. Interweaving substantial excerpts from primary historical documents with fascinating commentary, de Certeau shows how the plague of sorceries and possessions in France that climaxed in the events at Loudun both revealed the deepest fears of a society in traumatic flux and accelerated its transformation. In this tour de force of psychological history, de Certeau brings to vivid life a people torn between the decline of centralized religious authority and the rise of science and reason, wracked by violent anxiety over what or whom to believe. At the time of his death in 1986, Michel de Certeau was a director of studies at the école des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris. He was author of eighteen books in French, three of which have appeared in English translation as The Practice of Everyday Life,The Writing of History, and The Mystic Fable, Volume 1, the last of which is published by The University of Chicago Press. "Brilliant and innovative. . . . The Possession at Loudun is [de Certeau's] most accessible book and one of his most wonderful."—Stephen Greenblatt (from the Foreword)
Luminous Airplanes
Author: Paul La Farge
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1429949910
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-09-27
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A decade after the publication of Haussmann, or the Distinction, his acclaimed novel about nineteenth-century Paris, Paul La Farge turns his imagination to America at the dawn of the twenty-first century. In September 2000, a young programmer comes home from a festival in the Nevada desert and learns that his grandfather has died, and that he has to return to Thebes, a town which is so isolated that its inhabitants have their own language, in order to clean out the house where his family lived for five generations. While he's there, he runs into Yesim, a Turkish American woman whom he loved as a child, and begins a romance in which past and present are dangerously confused. At the same time, he remembers San Francisco in the wild years of the Internet boom, and mourns the loss of Swan, a madman who may have been the only person to understand what was happening to the city, and to the world. Luminous Airplanes has a singular form: the novel, complete in itself, is accompanied by an online "immersive text," which continues the story and complements it. Nearly ten years in the making, La Farge's ambitious new work considers large worlds and small ones, love, memory, family, flying machines, dance music, and the end of the world.
Bats of the Republic
Author: Zachary Thomas Dodson
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0385539843
Pages: 480
Year: 2015-10-06
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"Archetypes of the cowboy story, tropes drawn from sci-fi, love letters, diaries, confessions all abound in this relentlessly engaging tale. Dodson has quite brilliantly exposed the gears and cogs whirring in the novelist’s imagination. It is a mad and beautiful thing.” --Keith Donohue, The Washington Post Winner of Best of Region for the Southwest in PRINT’s 2016 Regional Design Awards Bats of the Republic is an illuminated novel of adventure, featuring hand-drawn maps and natural history illustrations, subversive pamphlets and science-fictional diagrams, and even a nineteenth-century novel-within-a-novel—an intrigue wrapped in innovative design. In 1843, fragile naturalist Zadock Thomas must leave his beloved in Chicago to deliver a secret letter to an infamous general on the front lines of the war over Texas. The fate of the volatile republic, along with Zadock’s future, depends on his mission. When a cloud of bats leads him off the trail, he happens upon something impossible... Three hundred years later, the world has collapsed and the remnants of humanity cling to a strange society of paranoia. Zeke Thomas has inherited a sealed envelope from his grandfather, an esteemed senator. When that letter goes missing, Zeke engages a fomenting rebellion that could free him—if it doesn’t destroy his relationship, his family legacy, and the entire republic first. As their stories overlap and history itself begins to unravel, a war in time erupts between a lost civilization, a forgotten future, and the chaos of the wild. Bats of the Republic is a masterful novel of adventure and science fiction, of elliptical history and dystopian struggle, and, at its riveting core, of love.
Dear Reader
Author: Paul Fournel
Publisher: Pushkin Press
ISBN: 1782270914
Pages: 176
Year: 2015-11-03
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There's a lot of good to be said about publishing, mainly about the food. The books, though - Robert Dubois feels as if he's read the books, but still they keep coming back to him, the same old books just by new authors. Maybe he's ready to settle into the end of his career, like it's a tipsy afternoon after a working lunch. But then he is confronted with a gift: a piece of technology, a gizmo, a reader... Dear Reader takes a wry, affectionate look at the world of publishing, books and authors, and is a very funny, moving story about the passing of the old and the excitement of the new. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Late American Novel
Author: Jeff Martin, C. Max Magee
Publisher: Soft Skull Press
ISBN: 1593763999
Pages: 192
Year: 2011-03-10
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The way we absorb information has changed dramatically. Edison’s phonograph has been reincarnated as the iPod. Celluloid went digital. But books, for the most part, have remained the same—until now. And while music and movies have undergone an almost Darwinian evolution, the literary world now faces a revolution, a sudden seismic change in the way we buy, produce, and, yes, read books. Scholars, journalists, and publishers have turned their brains inside out in the effort to predict what lies ahead, but who better to comment on the future of the book than those who are driven to write them? In The Late American Novel, Jeff Martin and C. Max Magee gather some of today’s finest writers to consider the sea change that is upon them. Lauren Groff imagines an array of fantastical futures for writers, from poets with groupies to novelists as vending machines. Rivka Galchen writes about the figurative and literal death of paper. Joe Meno expounds upon the idea of a book as a place set permanently aside for the imagination, regardless of format. These and other original essays by Reif Larsen, Benjamin Kunkel, Victoria Patterson, and many more provide a timely and much-needed commentary on this compelling cultural crossroad.
Les mutations de la lecture
Author: Olivier Bessard-Banquy
Publisher: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux
Pages: 248
Year: 2012
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"La lecture est plus que jamais au cœur des paradoxes : jadis élitiste, elle est devenue très commune, banale ou usuelle. Après le livre, le web invite à parcourir sans fin des milliards de pages que personne avant n'aurait jamais pu découvrir. Parallèlement, les études alarmistes sur la baisse des pratiques culturelles classiques se multiplient, annonçant la disparition prochaine des gros lecteurs et des lettrés. Ainsi d'un côté la vente des chefs-d'œuvre de la culture classique paraît condamnée tandis que de l'autre l'essor des tablettes et autres readers semble promis à un avenir radieux. Tout cela est-il inéluctable ? Quelle est la réalité de la baisse de la lecture traditionnelle ? Qu'est-ce que cela change pour les professionnels du livre ? L'écran est-il appelé à remplacer le papier ? Peut-on espérer que le charme glacé des tablettes fasse un jour venir aux textes les réfractaires de la lecture d'hier ? C'est à toutes ces questions et à bien d'autres que répondent les spécialistes des pratiques culturelles. À ces réflexions sur les mutations de la lecture sont ajoutées des études sur le rôle clé du club France Loisirs dans l'acculturation des Français, sur l'évolution des publics en librairie, sur la lecture numérique et les formes de la littérature dans l'univers électronique. Ainsi ce recueil collectif présente-t-il un panorama riche et complet de l'évolution de la lecture du papier vers l'écran." [Source : 4e de couv.]

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