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Prehistoric Digital Poetry

An Archaeology of Forms (Modern & Contemporary Poetics)

by C. T. Funkhouser

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  • 30 Currently reading

Published by University Alabama Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry & poets: from c 1900 -,
  • Text & document processing: general,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Poetry,
  • Literary Criticism / Poetry,
  • Computer poetry,
  • History and criticism,
  • Interactive multimedia,
  • Technique

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8073874M
    ISBN 100817354220
    ISBN 109780817354220

    A part of the Modern and Contemporary Poetics series edited by Charles Bernstein and Hank Lazer, C. T. Funkhouser’s Prehistoric Digital Poetry traces a nonlinear genealogy of digital poetics, looking back at earlier formal experiments in poetic form to demonstrate the interrelated histories of digital poetries and their print-based counterparts, so often considered separately. Digital Poetry Beyond the Prehistoric Posted in Courses 2 years ago by Maya Chowdhry. “Digital poetry is a new genre of literary, visual, and sonic art launched by poets who experimented with computers in the late s.” Creating Digital Poetry. Book online or ring us on Shared 0 Times Tweet Share Reblog. Add your.

    One can detect a kind of liberatory shift through the chapters in Prehistoric Digital Poetry. Each new form presented seems to offer an increase in agency and greater intervention on part of the reader/user of digital poetry. Throughout the book Funkhouser indicates his preference for works that open up the field for both reader and creator. Prehistoric Digital Poetry (Quality Paper) Prehistoric Digital Poetry (E Book) Another South (Hardcover) Another South (Quality Paper).

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Prehistoric Digital Poetry book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For the last five decades, poets have had a vibrant relat /5. "In Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, " Chris Funkhouser provides a comprehensive historical, descriptive, and technical account of early works of computer-assisted poetry composition.

This is essential reading for anyone interested in digital poetics, constraint-base writing, or, indeed, the possibilities for new poetry in Cited by: 7. Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, poets have had a vibrant relationship with computers and digital technology.

This book is a documentary study and analytic history of digital poetry that highlights its major practitioners and the ways that they have used technology to foster a new aesthetic.

and interlinked. In Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, Chris Funkhouser provides a comprehensive historical, descriptive, and technical account of early works of computer-assisted poetry composition.

This is essential reading for anyone interested in digital poetics, constraint-base writing, or, indeed, the possibilities for new poetry in the. In Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, Chris Funkhouser provides a comprehensive historical, descriptive, and technical account of early works of computer-assisted poetry composition.

This is essential reading for anyone interested in digital poetics, constraint-base writing, or, indeed, the possibilities for new poetry in the 3/5(1). The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms, by Christopher Thompson Funkhouser at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Due to Author: Christopher Thompson Funkhouser. A singular and major historical view of the birth of electronic poetry.

For the last five decades, poets have had a vibrant relationship with computers and digital technology. This book is a documentary study and analytic history of digital poetry that highlights its major practitioners and the ways that they have used technology to foster a new aesthetic.

Prehistoric Digital Poetry is important to rhetorical scholars not only because poetry is a powerful form of rhetoric, but because the intersections between digital, visual, and literary rhetorics detailed in the book can offer new directions of study for rhetorical and media scholars.

Digital poetry's history is. Read "Prehistoric Digital Poetry An Archaeology of Forms, " by Christopher Thompson Funkhouser available from Rakuten Kobo.

A singular and major historical view of the birth of electronic poetry. For the last five decades, poets have had a vi Brand: University of Alabama Press. Prehistoric Digital Poetry by C.T.

Funkhouser,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(17). A chronology of works in digital poetry, --Introduction: evolving circuits of digital poetry --Origination: text generation --Visual and kinetic digital poems --Hypertext and hypermedia --Alternative arrangements for digital poetry --Techniques enabled: (pro)fusions.

A Cultural Analysis of Resistances to Digital Poetries: David Devanny: A Literatura Cibernética 2: Pedro Barbosa: Aesthetic Animism: Digital Poetry as Ontological Probe: David Jhave Johnston: Anthological and Archaeological Approaches to Digital Media: A Review of Electronic Literature and Prehistoric Digital Poetry.

And as Christopher Funkhouser established in his book Prehistoric Digital Poetry, e-poetry’s history is imbricated with that of the digital computer. In addition to fine-tuning the definition to account for different conceptions of poetry, textuality, and media, the entry offers a history of e-poetry and discusses the following genres.

Prehistoric Digital Po-etry is not concerned with criticism but with the historical conditions of possibility. Rather than start from the current production of digital poetry and justify its value for academic study, as Glazier does, Prehistoric Digital Poetry turns to disparate and subterranean experiments and innovations.

Digital poetry is a form of electronic literature, displaying a wide range of approaches to poetry, with a prominent and crucial use of computers. Digital poetry can be available in form of CD-ROM, DVD, as installations in art galleries, in certain cases also recorded as digital video or films, as digital holograms, on the World Wide Web or Internet, and as mobile phone apps.

Focusing on programs and experiments produced before the emergence of the World Wide Web in the mids, this title analyzes numerous landmark works of digital poetry to illustrate that the foundations of most advanced works are rooted in the rudimentary generative, visual, and interlinked productions of the genre's prehistoric period.

Prehistoric Digital Poetry Christopher Thompson Funkhouser, Sandy Baldwin Published by The University of Alabama Press Funkhouser, Christopher Thompson and Sandy Baldwin. Prehistoric Life - book - was created on Digital Art and Meaning: Reading Kinetic Poetry, Text Machines, Mapping Art, and Interactive Installations, Minneapolis: U Minnesota P ():, Jörgen Schäfer, and Peter Gendolla, eds.

Reading Moving Letters: Digital Literature in Research and Teaching, A. Lee "Prehistoric Digital Poetry An Archaeology of Forms, " por Christopher Thompson Funkhouser disponible en Rakuten Kobo. A singular and major historical view of the birth of electronic poetry.

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Funkhouser. conventions that have defined it. In what is considered the preeminent book about the genre, ' Prehistoric Digital Poetry: An Archaeology of Forms,C.T. Funkhouser suggests that as early as the s, poets began experimenting with presenting their work through digital mediums, such as early, rudimentary computer programs.Prehistoric Digital Poetry is important to rhetorical scholars not only because poetry is a powerful form of rhetoric, but because the intersections between digital, visual, and literary rhetorics detailed in the book can offer new directions of study for rhetorical and media scholars.

Digital poetry's history is Author: Brooke Collin.