A workshop with the title 'Creative Writing Workshop on Collaborative Digital Archives' will be offered on Wednesday November 27th, 2019, by Dr. Manuel Portela (Professor, University of Coimbra, Portugal).
This workshop is going to take place in Room 112 (Old Philosophy Building, AUTh; 1st Floor) between 18:30-20:30.
Language of the workshop: English - Please bring your computer with you
**A certificate of attendance will be provided**
The places available for this workshop are limited. So If you're interested in attending, please forward your emails to: email@example.com.
This event is organized by the DIGITAL HUMANITIES LAB of Faculty of Philosophy, AUTh, with the assistance of School of English Book Club 'Transparent Windows.' For more information about the DHLab click here.
Event Coordinator/Lab Director: Dr. Tatiani Rapatzikou (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This creative writing workshop will explore Fernando Pessoa’s Book of Disquiet (in the English translation by Richard Zenith) and its digital archive (LdoDas https://ldod.uc.pt/) as source for diverse writing experiments. Its major aim is to develop a critical understanding of the process of writing with attention paid to human and computer-assisted writing.
Manuel Portela directs the Ph.D. Program in Materialities of Literature at the University of Coimbra. He is the author of Scripting Reading Motions: The Codex and the Computer as Self-Reflexive Machines (MIT Press, 2013), the general editor of LdoD Archive: Collaborative Digital Archive of the Book of Disquiet https://ldod.uc.pt/ (2017), and one of the contributors to The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature (2017). He has published widely on digital literature and digital editing, including articles in Digital Humanities Quarterly, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Textual Cultures, Variants, and Electronic Book Review. He is cofounder and current general editor of the journal MATLIT: Materialities of Literature. His literary translations include works by Laurence Sterne, William Blake, and Samuel Beckett.