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Text-based VR Research

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TEXT-BASED VR RESEARCH/LINKS:

Sue Thomas
http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/suethomas/

Sherry Turkle: Link to home page of eminent cyber-theorist, with information on her book, Life on the Screen, and course syllabi.
http://web.mit.edu/sturkle/www

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JOURNAL ISSUE EDITED:
Works and Days 25/26 (1995): "CyberSpaces: Pedagogy and Performance on the Electronic Frontier"

ARTICLES:

"’@lrs [long-range-scan]: Rhizo-rhetorics and Protocols of ‘dis-placement’." PRE/TEXT 16. 1-2 (1995) [Published 1998]. Online: forthcoming in Post/Urban Textualities.

"'help manners': Cyber-democracy and its Vicissitudes." Enculturation 1 (1997).
http://enculturation.gmu.edu/1_1/stivale.html

"Stairway to Heaven, or Virtual Topographies of Paradis Virtuels." Post(e) 10(1996): 5-14.

"Cyber/Inter/Mind/Assemblage." In Being On Line. Net Subjectivity . Ed. Alan Sondheim. Special issue of Lusitania 8 (1997): 119-125.

"'Spam': Heteroglossia and Harassment in Cyberspace." In Internet Culture. Ed. David Porter. New York: Routledge, 1997. 133-144.
"'Spam': Heteroglossia and Harassment in Cyberspace." Readerly/Writerly Texts 3.2 (1996): 79-93. See a Spanish version (or summary) of this text, "S P A M: HETEROGLOSSIA Y ACOSO EN EL ESPACIO- CIBERNÉTICO," http://www.angelfire.com/fl2/jamil/spam.html

"'This Funny Chemistry': Narrative Desire and Discourse in Text-based Virtual Reality." Introduction to special issue of Works and Days 25/26 (1995): 7-27.

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PAPERS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Organizer and chair of Digital Cultures panel, Cyberculture Conference, University of Maryland, April 26-27, 2002.

"Between Work and Play: Protocols of Friendship and Community in Text-Based VR." DAC2000 -- Digital Arts and Culture Conference, Bergen, Norway, August 2-4, 2000.

Organizer and chair of Popular Culture section, topic: "Popular Culture(s) Online: Tales and Practices of/in Virtual Communities"; presenting paper, "@lrs [long-range-scan]: Rhizo-rhetorics and Protocols of 'dis-placement'", Midwest Modern Language Association convention, November 3-5, 1996.

"Virtual Communities," with Shawn Wilbur. Bowling Green State University Library, April 25, 1996.
Organizer and chair of two panels, "Narrative(s) Online: Tales of Virtual Community"; presenting paper, "'No Mo' PoMo', or (Re)Visions and Dialogics of ComMOOnity," International Society of Narrative Literature conference, University of Ohio, Columbus, April 25-28, 1996.

Invited Online discussant, PennMOO/U of Pennsylvania English Dept. class (Susan Garfinkel), April 11, 1996.
"CyberSpaces: Pedagogy and Performance on the Electronic Frontier." WSU Humanities Fellows Colloquium, February 9, 1996.

"'help manners': Frontier Tales of Two MOOs." Society for Critical Exchange panel on "Law and Order on the Electronic Frontier," Modern Language Association convention, Chicago, December 27-30, 1995.

Organized and chaired panel, "Performance in Cyberspace and the Tales (Un)Told"; presented "'This Funny Chemistry': Narrative Desire and Discourse in Text-based Virtual Reality." International Society of Narrative Literature Conference, Park City, Utah, April 20-23, 1995.

Organized and chaired special session, "Strategies of Discourse in Cyberspace," Modern Language Association Convention, San Diego, December 27-30, 1994.

"'Spam': Heteroglossia and Harassment in Cyberspace." Popular Culture section, Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, IL, November 10-12, 1994.

"The Rhizomatics of Cyberspace." International Conference on "Virtual Futures." University of Warwick (England), May 7-8, 1994.

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