12.0113 hypertext theory

Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Thu, 2 Jul 1998 16:53:50 +0100 (BST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 12, No. 113.
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[1] From: Mike Ledgerwood <MLedgerwood@ccmail.sunysb.edu> (13)
Subject: 12.0107 Re: Hypertext theory

[2] From: Fotis Jannidis <Fotis.Jannidis@lrz.uni- (19)
Subject: Re: 12.0107 Re: Hypertext theory

Date: Wed, 01 Jul 1998 20:17:09 -0400
From: Mike Ledgerwood <MLedgerwood@ccmail.sunysb.edu>
Subject: 12.0107 Re: Hypertext theory

There are also a number of very good web-based resources. Merely
go to a search site like "Yahoo" and type "hypertext" as your keyword.
Then select whatever field associated with hypertext you would like.

One grad. student, for example, has a web site with over 100 titles of
books and articles in a very wide variety of fields. His list is
not complete, of course, since this is a field in which a large number
of articles are appearing frequently.

I can also recommend the Eastgate systems site
for its links to George Landow's pages as well as Michael Joyce, etc.
In fact there you can buy hypertexts as well, if that interests.

Best to all, Mike Ledgerwood
Stony Brook, NY

Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 11:35:28 +0200
From: Fotis Jannidis <Fotis.Jannidis@lrz.uni-muenchen.de>
Subject: Re: 12.0107 Re: Hypertext theory

> > _Hyper/Text/Theory_, George P. Landow ed., Johns Hopskins UP, 1994.
> >
> > _Hypertext. The Electronic Labyrinth_, Ilana Snyder, New York UP, 1997.
> >
> > _Cybertext. Perspectives on Ergodic Literature_, Espen J. Aarseth, Johns
> > Hopskins UP, 1997.
> >
> > Search also for works by J. David Bolter, Michael Joyce, etc.

An interesting and on many points complementary book to this list of authors
and texts is: Jean-Francois Rouet et.al. (ed.): Hypertext and Cognition.
Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Ass., 1996.

Fotis Jannidis
Dr. Fotis Jannidis
Institut fuer Deutsche Philologie
LM Universitaet Muenchen, Germany
Schellingstr. 3 /RG * D-80799 Muenchen
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