directory documents

Directory : Written/Spoken : Textual Media

Articles

Bardini, Thierry (nd) 'Bridging the Gulfs: From Hypertext to Cyberspace' (Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication) [link added 13/8/99]

Bolter, Jay David (nd) 'Electronic Signs' [link added 27/10/97]

Eco, Umberto (nd) 'From Internet to Gutenberg' [link added 13/11/98]

Erickson, Tom (nd) 'The World-Wide Web as Social Hypertext' [link added 5/6/98]

Evans, Daniela Lesley (nd) 'A Critical Examination of Claims Concerning the "Impact" of Print' [link added 7/5/98]

Formaro, Tom (nd) 'Argumentation on the Web: Challenging Traditional Notions of Communication' [link added 4/5/98]

Jacobson, Jean A (nd) 'The History of Indexes and Lists' [link added 27/7/98]

Jones, Bruce (nd) 'The History of Printing'

Kaplan, Nancy (nd) 'Politexts, Hypertexts... in the Late Age of Print' (CMC Magazine)

Renear, Allen, Elli Mylonas & David Durand (nd) 'Refining our Notion of What Text Really Is: The Problem of Overlapping Hierarchies' [link added 27/3/00]

Ryder, Martin (nd) 'Production and Consumption of Meaning: The Interplay Between Subject and Object in Open Hypertext Representation'

Small, D (nd) 'Navigating Large Bodies of Text' (IBM Systems Journal) [link added 13/8/99]

Recommended Reading

Bolter, Jay David (1990): The Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext and the History of Writing. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum

Eisenstein, Elizabeth L (1997): The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Goody, Jack (1977): The Domestication of the Savage Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Goody, Jack (1987): The Interface between the Written and the Oral. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Heim, Michael (1999): Electric Language. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press

McLuhan, Marshall (1962): The Gutenberg Galaxy. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul

Street, Brian V (1984): Literacy in Theory and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

See also

Textual Analysis
Orality and Literacy
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