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Bolter, Jay (1991) Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing, Hillsdale, N.J., Lawrence Erlbaum.
Kalaga, Wojciech (1997) Nebulae of Discourse, Literary and Cultural Theory, vol. 1, Peter Lang.
Olson, R. David (1994) The World on Paper. The Conceptual and Cognitive Implications of Writing and Reading, Cambridge University Press.
Levin, Thomas Y. (2002) Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother, MIT Press.
Bouchardon, Serge (2003) «E-critures: co-constitution dun champ, dun dispositif et dune communauté», Esprit critique, vol. 5, n.º 4.
The teaching methodology is based in the principle of information exchange, as much in the
strictly bibliographical level as in the exploration of online hyperfictional practices (60%
theoretical classes; 40% practical classes)
A written individual test, on the generality of the syllabus: 25%.
A short essay analysing a hypertextual object, e.g., a blog: 25%.
A longer essay with a comprehensive analysis of one of the themes in the syllabus: 50%.
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