Research Group Electronic Literature
Post-Digital Book Launch

Post Digital: Dialogues and Debates from the Electronic Book Review Book Launch

"Post Digital: Dialogues and Debates from the Electronic Book Review" is a new two-volume collection of essays edited by Joseph Tabbi documenting highlights of 20 years of essays one of the longest-running open-access research journals focused on literature and culture after the digital turn.

Post-Digital: Dialogues and Debates from the Electronic Book Review

The Bergen Electronic Literature Research Group welcomes you to a special event, a book launch for Post-Digital: Dialogues and Debates from the Electronic Book Review that will include a panel discussion with contributors to this landmark 2 volume collection.

For this interational celebration, we will be hearing from authors, editors, and contributors to the books including Joseph Tabbi (UiB), Scott Rettberg (UiB),  Eric Rasmussen (UiS), Lisa Swanstrom (U of Utah), Stuart Moulthrop (UW Milwaukee), Davin Heckman (Winona State U), Lai-Tze Fan (U of Waterloo), and Serge Bouchardon (UTC, Sorbonne) in a roundtable discussion of the project and their contributions to it.

Collecting more than 20 years' worth of major interventions from the pioneering journal electronic book review, this landmark 2-volume set contains close to 100 seminal articles from leading scholars, writers and digital artists, including Mark Amerika, Jan Baetens, Serge Bouchardon, Kiki Benzon, R. M. Berry, Anne Burdick, Stephen J. Burn, John Cayley, David Ciccoricco, Astrid Ensslin, David Golumbia, Paul Harris, N. Katherine Hayles, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Joseph McElroy, Brian McHale, Timothy Morton, Nick Montfort, Stuart Moulthrop, John Durham Peters, Scott Rettberg, Stephanie Strickland, Ronald Sukenick, Joseph Tabbi, Cary Wolfe, Laura Dassow Walls and Rob Wittig.

Post-Digital also includes new essays chronicling the most recent, multimodal developments in the literary field, a series of introductions by several generations of ebr co-editors surveying the long history of thinking about the digital, and a comprehensive bibliography of further reading.

This event will take place online on Zoom. Register to recieve the login info, which will be sent on the day before event.

Due to new Corona restrictions, we have cancelled a small in-person reception that was to follow.