Roundtable event hosted at Kingston University, London on the 12th of July 2010.
Key note speech by Professor Jay David Bolter. His talk focused on 'Elite and Popular: Digital Art and Literature in an Era of Social and Locative Media' and on a series of questions gathered and sent to the participants before the roundtable (See fass.kingston.ac.uk/activities/item.php?updatenum=1395) which Bolter divided in between:
1. how does digital literature relate to traditional (academic) literary community or to traditional art community?
2. how does it fit into our culture’s media practices today?
Sitting around the Table: Dr Serge Bouchardon (University of Technology of Compiegne–FR), Dr Scott Rettberg (Digital Cuture–UiB), Dr Maria Engberg (Blekinge Technical Institute–SWE) Talan Memmott (Blekinge Technical Institute–SWE), Dr Zuzana Husarova (Institute of World Literature, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia), Dr Laura Borrás (University of Barcelona SP) Kate Pullinger (De Montfort University UK) Joerg Piringer (Independent -Austria) Dr. Alexandra Saemmer (Paris 8-FR) Dr Thiresia Spilioti (Kingston University-UK) Dr Korina Giaxoglou (Kingston University-UK), Jerome Fletcher (University College Falmouth, UK), Prof. Martin Rieser (Institute of Creative Technologies and The Faculty of Art and Design at De Montfort, UK), Fiona Curran (Kingston University, UK), Judith Watts (Kingston University, UK) Dr. Maria Mencia (Kingston University-UK)