Sign In / Sign Out
Navigation for Entire University
- ASU Home
- My ASU
- Colleges and Schools
- Map and Locations
Date(s): Saturday, February 23, 2019, 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Location: Thoren, University Club (view map)
Type(s): Presentation, Seminar
Genre and Form(s): Experimental, Fiction, Hybrid, Interdisciplinary, Mixed Genre, Science Fiction
Tags: Narration, Media, Technology, The Future, Sound, Video, Image
How does the global village tell stories? How does the digital age change our thinking and our writing? Thanks to the internet, we are now used to events being broadcast instantly and simultaneously. Plural voices report on every issue, and text is always accompanied by video, sound and image. As we delve further into the digital age, we are increasingly comfortable with hyperlinks and hybrid forms and multiple narrators infiltrating our narration. But do we forsake a certain intimacy in our literature? Are we growing accustomed to the isolation of constant connectivity? This seminar examines what we gain and lose by writing in a networked society, and how these new forms appear on the page and screen.