On the conclusion of the course, students will have basic knowledge of:
- theory of text technology
- digital applications in the field of Philology and in the study of Modern Greek literature and literature translated into Modern Greek (literary translation as a subsystem of literature)
- main electronic resources regarding Modern Greek Philology and literary translation
Course Content (Syllabus)
The seminar aims to discuss the radical changes introduced by computers and the internet to crucial concepts in literary studies as "text", "writing", "reading", that remained immutable for centuries. Combining theory and practice, it will try to answer questions regarding the role of the reader in the new technological environment, the status of the process writing-publishing/printing in the new digital world, the terms/ingredients of narration change etc. The seminar’s approach is interdisciplinary (literary history and theory, philology, cultural studies), in order a. to address the complexity of digital literary studies and initiate the students to the new literacy of writing and reading in the digital era and to the terms and concepts that go along (e.g. world wide web, hypertext, multilateral information, interactivity); b. to evaluate the undergoing changes.
Philology, literary theory, reading, text analysis, text editing, digital libraries, electronic/digital literature, World Wide Web, Hypertext, multilinearity, Interactivity
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
1.Jay David Bolter, Οι μεταμορφώσεις της γραφής, μετ. Δ. Ντούνας, Μεταίχμιο, Αθήνα, 2006.
2.Ξανθίππη Δημητρούλια & Αικατερίνη Τικτοπούλου, Ψηφιακές λογοτεχνικές σπουδές, [ηλεκτρ. βιβλ.] Αθήνα:Σύνδεσμος Ελληνικών Ακαδημαϊκών Βιβλιοθηκών. Διαθέσιμο στο: http://hdl.handle.net/11419/5827