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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Works and Related Material, 1969-2003, undated

Series II. Academic Career, 1975-2005, undated

Series III. Correspondence, 1965-2006, undated

Series IV. Storyspace, 1985-1999

Series V. Journal and Appointment Books, 1972-2004, undated

Series VI. Personal, 1953-1994, undated

Series VII. Works by Other Authors, 1951-2004, undated

Series VIII. Published Materials, 1982-2001

Index

Index

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Michael Joyce:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Joyce, Michael, 1945-
Title: Michael Joyce Papers
Dates: 1953-2006
Abstract: The Michael Joyce Papers consist of published and unpublished manuscript drafts, academic and administrative materials, correspondence, software documentation, journals and appointment books, student papers, and personal files that document the career and personal activities of writer Michael Joyce.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-4989
Extent: 52 document boxes, 1 oversize box (osb), 1 oversize file (osf) (21.84 linear feet)
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Born on November 9, 1945 in Lackawanna, New York, to Thomas and Joanne Joyce, Michael Thomas Joyce is the eldest son in a family of eight children. Joyce was heavily influenced by his family's Catholic faith and attended Catholic and Jesuit schools, including Canisius College where he received a Bachelor of Arts in 1972. In 1973, Joyce received a fellowship to the University of Iowa Writers Workshop and graduated with an MFA in 1974.

Publication of his first print novel, The War Outside Ireland (1982), was an important turning point in Joyce's career. Though the book was widely reviewed and awarded the Great Lakes New Writers Award in fiction (1983), through the writing process Joyce discovered that he wanted to write novels that would change in successive readings. After reading numerous technology and computer magazines, he came across an article about Natalie Dehn who was working to teach computers to write novels at the Yale Artificial Intelligence Lab. Joyce and Dehn began a correspondence which led to Joyce receiving a one year fellowship to Yale University in 1984, and perhaps more importantly, led to his collaboration with Jay Bolter and John B. Smith. By the end of 1985, Joyce and Bolter had developed a working prototype for Storyspace, the hypertext computer software which Joyce began using with his students in 1986, and later used to write his first hypertext fiction piece, afternoon, a story (1987). Writing in The New York Times, Robert Coover described afternoon as "the granddaddy of hypertext fictions... a legend."

Another hypertext fiction, WOE (1991), was the centerpiece of a special hypertext issue of the journal Writing on the Edge. Joyce's "On the Birthday of the Stranger" was featured as the inaugural work for the Evergreen Experimental Site of the online version of the Evergreen Review in 1999. Two longer hypertext fiction works, Twilight, A Symphony (on CD-ROM) and Twelve Blue (on the World Wide Web), were both published in 1996 by Eastgate Systems. In 2002, Joyce returned to the "traditional" novel and published the print novel Liam's Going.

Joyce served as coordinator for the Center for Narrative and Technology and associate professor at Jackson Community College, Jackson, Michigan from 1975 to 1992. In 1992, he went to Vassar College as a visiting professor under a Sloan Foundation grant for teaching with technology in the humanities, and in 1995 took a position there as an English and Media Studies professor and as Director of the Center for Electronic Learning and Teaching.

Most of Joyce's academic works have been published in one of three collections of essays: Moral Tales and Meditations: Technological Parables and Refractions (2001), Othermindedness: the Emergence of Network Culture (2000), and Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics (1995). He has lectured and published widely on issues relating to hypertext and writing, and his essays are primary texts in those fields.

Joyce draws some elements from his personal history to his work. His marriage to Martha Petry Joyce, a published hypertext author herself, and their two sons, Eamon and Jeremiah, are sometimes referenced in his essays and novels. He later married author and artist Carolyn Guyer with whom he has co-authored multiple projects.

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Scope and Contents

The Michael Joyce Papers consist of published and unpublished manuscript drafts, academic and administrative materials, correspondence, software documentation, journals and appointment books, student papers, and personal files that document the career and personal activities of writer Michael Joyce. The materials are arranged into eight series: I. Works and Related Materials, 1969-2004; II. Academic Career, 1975-2005; III. Correspondence, 1965-2006; IV. Storyspace, 1985-1999; V. Journals and Appointment Books, 1972-2004; VI. Personal, 1953-2004; VII. Works by Other Authors, 1951-2004; and VIII. Published Materials, 1982-2002.

Series I. Works and Related Materials contain drafts of published and unpublished works, editor and agent correspondence, and other materials related to Joyce's literary career. The series is arranged in alphabetical order by title. Major works represented in the series include the first ever hypertext novel, afternoon, a story (1987), and the linear print novels The War Outside Ireland (1982) and Liam's Going (2002). Afternoon, a story was composed almost entirely in the digital environment, so very few paper drafts exist within the collection. Many of Joyce's other works, such as the web-published hypertext fiction piece Twelve Blue (1996), were created using specialized software, such as Storyspace or Hypercard, and are represented solely in Joyce's digital materials, with no associated paper-based records (see Separated Materials). The War Outside Ireland is well documented, as are the unpublished works 'Good Men' and 'As: A Novel,' and numerous short stories.

Series II. Academic Career is organized into four subseries: A. Academic Works, 1982-2005; B. Administrative Materials, 1975-1999; C. Conferences, 1987-2004; and D. Teaching Materials, 1973-1996. Subseries A. Academic Works contains presentations, talks, conference papers, meditations, and essays written by Joyce in the course of his academic career. Most of the essays included in this subseries have been published in one of the following collections: Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics (1995), Othermindedness: the Emergence of Network Culture (2000), or Moral Tales and Meditations: Technological Parables and Refractions (2001). Subseries B. Administrative Materials contains material relating to Joyce's applications for academic tenure, employment, fellowships, or grants. Programs, published proceedings, correspondence, and posters from conferences or workshops Joyce attended or administered are ordered chronologically in Subseries C. Conferences. Subseries D. Teaching Materials includes learning objects, notes, assignments, and other materials used by Joyce while teaching. Most of the materials represent the earlier portion of his teaching career, as his later courses are largely digitally based.

Series III. Correspondence includes incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, as well as printed copies of electronic mail (email). The series is divided into three subseries based on Joyce's original file arrangement: Subseries A. Chronological Files, 1968-2004; Subseries B. Printed Email, 1995-2006; and Subseries C. Alphabetical Files, 1965-2004. The email in subseries B. was selected, printed, and indexed by three of Joyce's student assistants, and they remain in the original three chronological groupings created by each student (Parts I-III). Notable correspondents include Howard Becker, Vance Bourjaily, Natalie Dehn, J. Yellowlees Douglass, John Enright, Stuart Moulthrop, and Noah Wardrip-Fruin. A complete index of all correspondent names in this collection is included at the end of the finding aid.

Materials relating to the creation, documentation, testing, distribution, and promotion of the hypertext software program Storyspace are housed alphabetically in Series IV. Storyspace. The early development of Storyspace and Joyce's co-creation of Riverrun Ltd. are well documented; however, the relationship among Storyspace, Riverrun Ltd. and hypertext publisher and Storyspace distributor Eastgate Systems, Inc. is poorly documented.

Personal materials in the Joyce Papers include chronologically ordered journals and appointment books in Series V. and alphabetically ordered personal documents in Series VI. Between 1974 and 2004, Joyce kept detailed journals about his work, fiction writing, feelings, relationships, health, and other personal issues. His fictional novels and short stories often mirror Joyce's real life as recorded in his journals.

Series VII. contains published and unpublished short works by other authors, including students. These works are in alphabetical order by author name. Series VIII. consists of published serials containing pieces by or about Joyce, and are in alphabetical order by journal title.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Separated Material

Books received with the Joyce Papers were transferred to the Ransom Center Library Collection.

Physical media containing electronic records were transferred to the Ransom Center Electronic Records Collection. Included are 371 3.5-inch computer disks, three CDs, two DVDs, and one laptop computer. The physical media and electronic files they contain are restricted for access. Most of the electronic media was formatted for Macintosh operating systems, OS8, OS9 and OSX.

Additional non-manuscript items were transferred to appropriate departments within the Ransom Center in 2013. These include six CDs, fifteen 3.5-inch disks, and one 5.25-inch disk transferred to the Ransom Center Electronic Records Collection. Items transferred to the Personal Effects collection include one painted fabric wall hanging and several items taken from a bulletin board including: one potato gun in its original packaging, one paint can lid with dried white paint, one yellow button with the words "No war in the Gulf," one yellow and black button with the word "Iowa" and a yellow and black ribbon and small plastic football attached, one empty box of Cara safety matches, one empty package of Flavor House dry roasted sunflower seeds, one small bundle of blue and yellow wires with a yellow pushpin and a piece of tape on which is written "Loc. 137 Ext. 287," one set of two unused Christmas themed hand towels, and one green plastic 6-inch ruler with stencils.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 2005, 2006 (R15376)

Processed by:

Vivian Spoliansky, Thomas Kiehne, 2005; Catherine Stollar, 2007; Gabriela Redwine, Daniela Lozano, 2013

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Sources:

Joyce, Michael. "Short Biography," unpublished.

"Michael Joyce." Contemporary Authors Online, http://galenet.galegroup.com 2005. (accessed July 9, 2013).

New York University Press Online. "Authors' Bios." Sister Stories, http://www.nyupress.org/sisterstories (accessed May 9, 2005).

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Container List

 

Series I. Works and Related Material, 1969-2003, undated

Afternoon, a story (hypertext fiction, 1987)
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1.1 Handwritten manuscript pages, 1978-1987
Translations and related material
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1.2 German, 1998
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1.3 Italian, 1993
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1.4 Articles written for various newspapers, typescripts, 1971-1980, undated
As: A Novel (novel)
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1.5 Chapter 1, typescript, undated
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1.6-7 Typescript with additions and corrections, undated
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1.8-10 Typescript, undated
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1.11 Avarice: A Story (essay) typescript and carbon copies, undated
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2.1 The Birthday Man (short story and play versions) typescript and playscript, undated
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2.2 Bonjour Jean Luc Godard (short story) typescript with corrections and carbon copy, undated
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2.3 Book reviews, typescripts and carbon copies, some with corrections, 1975, undated
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2.4 Chapter Eight: The Still White Room (short story) typescript, 1970 (with poems by John Enright and Dave Lauerman)
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2.5 Cherry Orchard (The Fruit Farm) (play by Anton Checkhov, 1980) translated by Joyce and Michael Cain, typed playscript, 1980
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2.6 The Day the War Ended (essay) carbon typescripts, 1972
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2.7-12 Editors, agents, and submissions; correspondence and typescripts to publishers and agents, 1969-2003
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2.13 Film scripts, typescripts, handwritten manuscripts and mimeo copies, 1969
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2.14 For Spacious Bacon and Amber Yolks of Eggs or Yet Another (Citizen's) State of the Union Message (essay) typescripts and carbon copies, 1974
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2.15 Future Tense: A Short Story (short story) typescript and mimeos, undated
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3.1 Gertrude (electronic work, alternate title A Gertrude Story) photocopies with notes in unknown hand, undated
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3.2 Going the Distance (novel, 1995, earlier title Thousand Islands) handwritten and typed manuscripts of opening chapter, clippings, and related material, 1983, undated
Good Men (novel)
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3.3-6, 4.1-2 Typescript with author corrections and additions, undated
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4.3-5, 5.1-2 Photocopy of typescript with author corrections, undated
A History etc. (novel, also titled A Landing on the Moon)
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5.3 Incomplete copy composite typescript, photocopy, and carbon copy manuscript, undated
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5.4-6 Typescripts with author corrections, 1981
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6.1-2 Typescript, 1986
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6.3 How We Lived (novel) typescript, 2000-2003
Interviews given by Michael Joyce
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6.4 Absolute Zero, 1994
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6.5 Atlantic Monthly, 1996
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6.6 Buffalo Spree, 1982-1983
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6.7 Jimmy (short story) typescript, 1979
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6.8 A Larger Energy: Creeley's Pieces and Oedipus, (essay) typescript, 1974
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6.9 Laura's Other Loves (interactive fiction treatment) typescript, 1994
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6.10 A Letter to Oikis (performance piece) typescript, undated and A Retelling of Ondine (essay) typescript with corrections, undated
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6.11 Liam's Going (novel, 2002, earlier titles, Regarding the French Woman, Storm King, and There and Back) drafts and published reviews, 2002-2003
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6.12 Long Legged-Insects (short story) carbon typescript, undated
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6.13-14 Marking Time (novel) photocopy of typescript signed by author, undated
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7.1-3 One Hundred Women (novel) photocopy of typescript, undated
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7.4 The Only Pretty Time (short story) typescript, 1979 and Some Memories of the Murtherer (short story) typescript, 1979
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7.5 Picasso and Freddy's Wife (short story) typescripts, undated
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7.6-10, 8.1-2 Poetry; handwritten manuscripts, typescripts, mimeos, and notes with corrections, includes some poems about Michael Joyce, 1974-1986
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8.3 Review of Last Tango in Paris (film review) typescripts, carbon copies, and handwritten manuscripts, undated
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8.4 Skywriter (screenplay) typescript, undated
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8.5 Tap Lightly, Death, Dad's Dancing (short story) typescripts with few corrections, undated
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8.6 Toward a New Prose (essay) typescripts, carbon copies, and correspondence, 1974
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8.7 The Tree (short story, also titled The Picnic) typescripts and photocopies and As: a Novel Chapter 14; incomplete typescripts with corrections, undated
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* Twilight (hypertext fiction, 1996, also titled Twilight, a Symphony) recordable compact disk (CD-R), electronic versions and related files, 1996 (*transferred to Electronic Records)
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8.8 VAROA Notes, handwritten and typed notes; undated
The War Outside Ireland (novel, 1982, also titled A History of the Doyles in North America)
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8.9-10 Drafts with editing marks and notes by Melvin Schroeder, undated
Publication files, Tinkers Dam Press
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9.1 Advertising, 1982
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9.2 Awards, 1983
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9.3 Books in Print, 1982
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9.4 Clippings, 1982-1983
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9.5-7 Correspondence, 1981-1984
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9.8 Design, 1981-1982
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9.9 Distribution, 1982
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9.10 Publicity, 1982-1983
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9.11 What Making Love is Like (short story) photocopies of typescript, undated and The Still White Room (short story) typescript, undated
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9.12 World of Distant Things (poems, 1992) photocopy of typed manuscript and electronic drafts, 1989-1989
Unidentified
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10.1 Comic novella draft; incomplete handwritten manuscript, typescripts, and carbon copes, with handwritten corrections and changes, created with other unidentified authors, undated
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10.2, osf 41.2 Fiction Fragments; handwritten manuscripts and typescripts with corrections, undated
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10.3 Novel fragments; Chapter Seven: Natural Interpretations, typescript with additional handwritten materials, undated
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10.4-5 Play fragments; handwritten and typed pieces of plays one labeled A Landing on the Moon, but not the same as the novel, undated

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Series II. Academic Career, 1975-2005, undated

Subseries A. Academic Works, 1982-2005, undated
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11.1 General Academic, 1989-1992
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11.2 Autopoesis Introduction (essay) typescript, undated
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11.3 Canzoni Project (performance piece) photocopies and correspondence, undated
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11.4 Contours of Constructive Hypertexts (article, 1992) photocopy of published article by Joyce, Mark Bernstein, and David Levine, 1992
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11.5 End of Civil Discourse (scene) manuscript draft of conversation between Marshall McLuhan and T. S. Eliot, 2004-2005
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11.6 A Feel for Prose: Interstitial Links and the Contours of Hypertext (article, 1992, 1995) photocopy and drafts of article from Writing on the Edge and drafts of speech, 1991-1992, 1995
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11.7 Gulf (poetry collection, 1991) photocopy of compilation of reactions to Gulf War by students, 1991
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11.8 Hypertextual Rhythms (The Momentary advantage of our awkwardness, part 2) (essay, 1995) typescript and drafts published in Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics, 1991, 1993
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osb 53 Ingrates Expectations (article, 1994) published in American Book Review, 1994
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11.9 Modern Language Studies (review of article about Olson's The Distances, 2004) photocopies of typescript, 2004
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11.10 Moral Tales and Meditations (collection of essays, 2001) drafts of essays, reviews and cover design, 2001-2002
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11.11 New Teaching: Toward a Pedagogy for a New Cosmology (article, 1992) photocopy of published version from Computers and Composition, 1992
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11.12 Newsweek article Of Texts and Hypertexts, Polaroids of Joyce for article; 1995
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11.13 Norton Anthology permissions, legal documents; correspondence and documents allowing the use of afternoon, a story in Postmodern American Fiction anthology, 1996
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11.14 Notes on spatial hypertext, undated
Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics (collection of essays, 1995)
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11.15 Drafts, correspondence, legal documents, and publicity materials, 1993-1994
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11.16 Reviews, photocopies, and published material, 1995-1998
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11.17 Ordinary Fiction (article, 1999) correspondence and proofs, published in Paradoxa, 1998
Othermindedness: The Emergence of Network Culture (collection of essays, 2000)
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12.1 Permissions and correspondence, 1998-1999
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12.2 Reviews, photocopy and typescript, 2000-2001
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12.3 (Re)Placing the Author (speech and essay, 1996) typescript with author notes for presentation and drafts of meditation on Czeslaw Milowz's poem A Book in Ruins published The Future of the Book, undated
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12.4 Reviews of Joyce's academic work, typescripts, 2003
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12.5 Selfish Interaction: Subversive Texts and the Multiple Novel (article, 1991) photocopy of published version, 1991
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12.6 Siren Shapes: Exploratory and Constructive Hypertexts (article, 1988) published version in Academic Computing, 1988
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12.7 Smart Tools (working paper, 1985) handwritten notes and typescripts of essay and data, 1985
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12.8 Talk notes, typescript with author notes, undated
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12.9 Virtual Geographies: Bodies, Space and Relations, (collection of essays, 1999) publishing agreement and outline for book to which Joyce contributed On Boundfulness: The Space of Hypertext Bodies, 1997
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12.10 Works and Days (journal, 1995) two photocopied pieces written for journal, Discussion 9, a response MOO or Mistakenness, 1994
Subseries B. Administrative Material, 1975-1995
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12.11 Brown University employment application, 1993-1994
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12.12 Fulbright grant, 1991-1992
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12.13 George Mason University Robinson Professorships, 1994
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12.14 Genesee Summer Institute and NEH grant, 1994-1995
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12.15 Guggenheim Fellowship application, 1992
Jackson Community College
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12.16, osb 53, osf 41.2 General, 1975-1985
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12.17 Legal documents regarding contested pay after sabbatical leave, 1992-1995
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12. 18 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) employment application, 1998
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12.19 National Endowment for the Humanities grant, 1986
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12.20 Vassar College, 1992-1993
Subseries C. Conferences, 1987-2004, undated
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13.1-3 Hypertext '87, information packet and published proceedings, 1987
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13.4 National Educational Computing Conference, published proceedings, 1988
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13.5-6 Hypertext '89, panel reviews and published proceedings, 1989
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14.1 Language: Future Tense, programs, 1990
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14.2 Banff Centre for the Arts, Bioapparatus virtual seminar and The Momentary Advantage of Our Awkwardness submission, 1991
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14.3-4 Hypertext '91, poster abstracts and published proceedings, 1991
European Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia (ECHT '92), 1992
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14.5 Presentation material and program
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14.6 Published proceedings
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14.7 New Horizons in Hypertext Writing I, presentation materials by Mark Bernstein
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14.8 Hypertext for Teaching and Learning, notes and appendices by Nancy Kaplan, Michael Joyce, and Elli Mylonas
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14.9 Copyright Protection and Hypermedia Applications, presentation material by P. Samuelson
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14.10* Nord poésie et ordinateur, A:\ Littérature, published proceedings, 1993 (*two 3.5-inch disks transferred to Electronic Records)
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15.1 Computers and Writing (CCCC), presentation summaries and drafts of talks and related materials, 1993
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15.2 Museum of Modern Art Through a Window: Technology in the 1990s, correspondence and other related material, 1993
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15.3 Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Arts, correspondence, articles, and notes, 1993
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15.4 Unspeakable Practices II and III, programs, publicity materials, and report, 1993, 1996
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15.5 Conference and speaking engagements, general, 1994
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15.6 Art-21, correspondence, notes, transcript of panel address, and publications, 1994
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15.7 Ninth Annual Conference of the American Association of Australian Literary Studies, programs, 1994
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15.8 Yale Hypertext Conference, Beyond Gutenberg: Hypertext and the Future of the Humanities, program and correspondence, 1994
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15.9 TINAC (Textuality Intertextuality Narrative and Consciousness) Manifesto, photocopied pages, 1994
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15.10 Future of the Book, photocopies of conference proceedings, program, draft of (Re)Placing the Author…, and correspondence, 1994
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15.11 Humanities and Arts on the Information Highways, transcript of presentation Arts and the NII and published final report, 1994
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15.12 Ipercosmo, correspondence and published articles, 1994
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16.1 Interface 3, program and correspondence, 1995
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16.2 Sundance Institute, correspondence and general information, 1995
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16.3, osf 41.2 Conference programs, general, 1995-2004
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16.4 Hypertext '96, published proceedings, 1996
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16.5, osf 41.2 The Culture of Interactivity, correspondence, planning documents, and publicity material, 1995-1998
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16.6 Happy Birthday, Afternoon: 10 Years of Hypertext Fiction, correspondence, 1997
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16.7, osf 41.2 Hypertext Narrative Workshop, flyers, 1997
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16.8 Computing and the Humanities: A Roundtable Discussion, notes, program, and presentation material, 1997
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16.9 Computers and Writing, program, 1997
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16.10 Softmoderne 3, photographs, printed articles, and contract, 1997
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17.1-5* Writing Interactive Fiction: SAGA's Conference Workshop, correspondence, articles, workshop handouts, and program, 1998 (*one CD transferred to Electronic Records)
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17.6 Coover's Hyper Halloween, photocopied articles, 1998
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17.7 Softmoderna. Literatura v síti, program, 1998
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17.8 Governor's Conference on the Arts '98 Beyond the Millennium: Redefining the Arts for the 21st Century, correspondence, participant information, and program, 1998
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17.9 Digital Arts and Culture, program, 1999
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17.10 Old Dominion University Literary Festival, printed articles and schedule, 2000
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osf 41.2 Convergent Media Lecture Series, University of Texas, poster, 2000-2001
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17.11 Guggenheim Museum “A Brave New World,” correspondence, 2001
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17.12 Transforming Disciplines: Computer Science and the Humanities, notes, correspondence, photograph, and text of speech Commonly Valued Unknowing: Toward a Renewed Disciplinarity, 2003
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17.13 Attention and the Arts, correspondence, program, text of speech I walk mornings…, and reviews, 2003
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17.14 Social Science Research Council, program and notes, 2003
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17.15 Canisius College Contemporary Writers Series, program, 2003
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17.16 IAVD Project Meeting, typescript, undated
Subseries D. Teaching Materials, 1973-1982, undated
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18.1 American Autobiography, 1974
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18.2 American Literature-19th Century, undated
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18.3-4 American Literature-20th Century, undated
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18.5-6, osf 41.2 Mythology, 1978
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18.7 Narrative Literature, 1973
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18.8 Notes on American South, undated
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18.9 Notes on Reading Literature, 1973
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18.10 Popular Culture (and Baseball), 1982
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18.11 Short Story and the Novel and Notes on James Joyce, undated
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18.12 Teaching journal, undated
Writing
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19.1-2 Introduction to Writing, undated
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19.3-4 Writing Workshop as Form Finding, 1979
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19.5 Writing and Culture, 1979

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Series III. Correspondence, 1965-2006, undated

Subseries A. Chronological files, 1968-2004
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19.6 1968-1974
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19.7 1975-1980
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20.1-2 1981-1989
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20.3 1990-1992
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20.4 1993-1994
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20.5 1995-2004
Subseries B. Printed email, 1995-2006
Part I
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21.1 1997
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21.2 1998
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21.3 1999
Part II
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21.4 1998
Part III
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21.5 1995-1996
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21.6 1997
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21.7-8 1998
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21.9 1999
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22.1 2000
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22.2 2001
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22.3-5 2002
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22.6-7 2003
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22.8-9 2004
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22.10 2005
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22.11 2006
Subseries C. Alphabetical Files, 1965-2004
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23.1 Bappert, Charlie, 1972-1975
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23.2 Barth, John, 1996
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23.3 Becker, Howard Saul, 1982-1990
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23.4 Bourjaily, Vance Nye, 1980-1981
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23.5 Braman, Sandra, 1994
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23.6 Bright, Dorrie, 1991, undated
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23.7 Chang, Vanessa, 2004
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23.8 Cixous, Hélène, 2000
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23.9, osf 41.2 Coover, Robert, 1991-1992
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23.10 Cybulski, Walter and Debbie, 1970-1977
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23.11 Dehn, Natalie, 1983
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23.12 Douglas, J. Yellowlees, undated
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24.1 Edwards, Page, 1973-1982
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24.2 Egger, Steve, Jo, and Lynn, 1982-1984
Enright, John
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24.3 1967-1969 (and Linda)
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24.4 1970 (and Linda)
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24.5 1971 (and Linda)
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25.1 1972-1974
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25.2 1975-1977
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25.3 1978-1979
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25.4 1980-1982
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25.5 1983-1984
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25.6 1985-1991
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25.7 1992-1994
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26.1 1995-2004
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26.2 Enright, Linda, 1972-1974
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26.3 Evergreen Review, 1998
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26.4 Framer, Kate, 2003
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26.5 Gang, Qin, 1986-1987
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26.6, osf 41.2 Gedin, Per I., 2000
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26.7 Green, Ann, 1980
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26.8 Groden, Michael, 1997
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26.9 Guertin, Carolyn, 1997
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26.10 Hawkes, John, 1973-1983
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26.11 Janiak, Elayne, 1970-1990
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26.12 Janifer, Laurence, 1963-1965
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26.13 Joyce, Brian, 1968-1994
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26.14 Joyce, Eamon, 2000, undated
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26.15 Joyce family, 1994-2004
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26.16 Joyce, Kathy, 1968-1985
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26.17 Joyce, Mary Ethel, 1973-1979
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26.18 Joyce, Michael S., 1981
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27.1 Joyce, Rosemary A., 1972-1984
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27.2 Joyce, Susan, 1974-1985, undated
Joyce, Thomas C.
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27.3 1968-1972
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27.4 1973-1990
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27.5, 28.1* Joyce, Thomas R. and Joanne (father and mother), 1966-1985 (*painted fabric wall hanging transferred to Personal Effects)
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28.2 Joyce, Tim, 1972-1974, 1999
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28.3 Kauffman, Janet, 1981, undated
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28.4 Kendall, Robert, 1995
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28.5 Knight, Jere, 1971-1973
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28.6 Knopka, Susan, 1971-1972, undated
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28.7 Lauerman, Dave, 1973-1979
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28.8 Leggett, John, 1974-1982
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28.9 Leo Tolstoy Museum, 1998-1999
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28.10 Luesebrink, Marjorie, 1997
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28.11 MacArthur Fellows Program, 1999-2000
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28.12 Malloy, Judy, 1992
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28.13 Maso, Carole, 1998, undated
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28.14 McCorduck, Pamela, 1990-1993
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28.15 McGrath, Charles, 1999
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28.16 McLaughlin, Tim, 2001
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29.1 Meshejian, Paul, 1979-1984
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29.2 Mirapaul, Matthew, 2001
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29.3 Moulthrop, Stuart, 1987-1994
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29.4 Murray, G. E. (Jerry), 1982-1986
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29.5 Oppenheimer, Joel, 1984-1988
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29.6 Orlock, John M., 1985
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29.7 Paul, Sherman, 1974-1995
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29.8 Pavić, Milorad, 1993-1996
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29.9 Petry family, 1971-1978
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29.10 Petry, Phillis, 1974-1975
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29.11 Poulin, Neil, 1965-1969
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29.12 Roche, Terre, 1982-1984
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29.14, 30.1 Schroeder, Melvin, 1967-1987
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30.2 Stephens, Michael, 1985
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30.3-4 Urban, Walter, 1966-1998
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Series IV. Storyspace, 1985-1999

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30.9 Beta testing, 1986-1990
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30.10 Brøderbund, 1985-1989
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30.11 Brøderbund Storyspace proposal, undated
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31.1 Catalog of Serious Hypertext, 1994-1995
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31.2 Development, 1985-1986
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31.3* Documentation Beta Version 3.1, 1985-1987 (*one 3.5-inch disk (unreadable) transferred to Electronic Records)
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31.4 Eastgate, 1991-1995
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31.5 Getting Started with Storyspace, 1994
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31.6 Dykema Gossett Law Office (Brøderbund purchase), 1988
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31.7 Loren & Shirk Attorneys at Law (JCC purchase of Storyspace from Riverrun Ltd.), 1988
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31.8 Software development and publishing agreement between Riverrun Ltd. and Eastgate Systems, Inc., 1990
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31.9 Work for hire agreements, 1988
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31.10-11 Markle Foundation grant report, undated
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31.12 1987-1992
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32.1 1993-1994
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32.2-3 Reviews of Storyspace, 1998-1992
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32.4 Business plan, 1988
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32.5 Correspondence, 1988-1992
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32.6-7 Specifications, undated
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32.8* Tools, 1991-1993 (*four 3.5-inch disks transferred to Electronic Records)
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32.9-10 University of San Diego Collaborative Project, 1985-1990

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Series V. Journal and Appointment Books, 1972-2004, undated

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33.1 1972 September-1973 March
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33.2-3 1973 May-1974 April 13
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33.4-6 1974 April 14-1975 May 20
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34.1-2 1975 May 20-1978 November
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34.3 1976-1983
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34.4 1978 November 8-1979 September 8
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34.5 1979 January 1-1980 October 31
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34.6 1979 September 23-1982 October 31
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35.1 1983 January 4-1984 September 6
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35.2 1984 September 6-1986 November 16
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35.3 1987 June 21-1989 August 1
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35.4 1988-1992, undated
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35.5 1989 August 6-1991 April 18
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35.6 1991 May 4-1992 May 5
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35.7, 36.1 1992 May 8-1993 July 13
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36.2 1993 July 19-1995 January 1
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36.3 1995 January 9-1996 June 28
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36.4 1995 August 18-19
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36.5 1996 June 28-July 7
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36.6 1996 June 28-1997 January 1
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36.7 1997 January 1-May 15 (2 journals)
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37.1 1997 May 23-July 16
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37.2 1997 July 21-1998 May 9
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37.3 1998 May 28-November 9
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37.4 1998 November 13-1999 June 11
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37.5 1999 June-2000 March 14
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37.6 2000 March 21-August 20
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37.7 2000 August 21-2001 January 6
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38.1 2001 February 9-August 15
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38.2 2002 October 11
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38.3-4 Journals and sketchbooks, undated
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Series VI. Personal, 1953-1994, undated

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39.2-3 Annulment with Susan Knopka papers, 1974-1975
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39.4 Artwork, 1968-1975
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39.5-6* Bulletin board, contents of, 1984-1991 (*some items transferred to Personal Effects)
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39.7 Center for New Performing Arts, Iowa City, 1972-1973
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39.8, osb 53 Dublin/Paris, 1970
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39.9 Better Business Bureau, 1972
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39.10 Canisius High School, The Passion Play, clippings, 1963
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40.1 Civic Theatre, 1977-1981
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40.2 Dogcow, 1989
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40.3 Draft board, 1969-1970
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40.4-5 Genesian Players, 1963-1964
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40.6-7 Grade reports and resumes, 1952-1974
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40.8 Juvenilia, 1953-1964
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41.1 New York University Institute for Developmental Studies, Abstract of Projects, 1970
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41.2 Porush, Marty, notes on, 1994, undated
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41.3 Programs, correspondence, 1993-1994
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41.4 Real Time Hypertext, undated
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41.5 Bibliographies and handouts, 1967-1970, undated
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41.6 Correspondence, 1963-1964
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41.7-8 Lecture notes, 1974
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41.9-10 Notebooks, 1973, undated
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42.1-5 Papers, 1963-1973, undated
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42.6 Sweets are good for kids, poem for Joyce, undated
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42.7 Taxes, 1969
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42.8 VISTA Volunteer, 1965
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42.9 Washington Square Park, New York, undated

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Series VII. Works by Other Authors, 1951-2004, undated

Subseries A. Published Works, 1951-2004, undated
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42.10-11 A-Z
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43.1 Addams, Shay, Interactive Fiction, photocopy from Popular Computing, March 1985
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43.2 Amato, Joe, Richard Powers after Louis Zukofsky: A Prospectus of the Sky, typescript, undated
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43.3 Andersen, Peter Bøgh, Vector Spaces as the Basic Component of Interactive Systems: Towards a Computer Semiotics, offprint of article in Hypermedia vol. 4, no. 1, 1992
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43.4 Balcom, David; Sawhney, Nitin "Nick"; Smith, Ian, HyperCafe: Narrative and Aesthetic Properties of Hypervideo, photocopy of typescript, undated
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43.5 Balestri, Diane Pelkus, Softcopy and Hard: Wordprocessing and Writing Process, photocopy of article in Academic Computing, February 1988
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43.6 Bappert, Charles, Adventide, typescript, 1973
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43.7 Becker, Howard S., Tricks of the Trade, offprint from Studies in Symbolic Interaction, vol. 10, 1989 and Art Worlds Revisited, photocopy of article from Sociological Forum, vol. 5, no. 3, 1990
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43.8 Billings, Robert, Changes the Surface: A Conversation with Erin Mouré, photocopy from Waves: Fine Canadian Writing 14.4, 1986
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43.9 Bolter, Jay David, articles and reviews of Turning Man and Writing Space, 1984-1992
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43.10 Braman, Sandra, The Autopoietic State: Communication and Democratic Potential in the Net, photocopy of typescript with corrections, 1994 and A True Story, photocopied booklet with color added by author, 1985
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43.11 Bush, Vannevar, As We May Think, photocopy from Atlantic Monthly, undated
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43.12 Calvino, Italo, All at One Point, photocopy from Sudden Fiction International, 1989 and Cybernetics and Ghosts, from The Uses of Literaturei, 1986
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* Cognigni, E., Hypertext Thaw, recordable compact-disk (CD-R), 1999 (*transferred to Electronic Records)
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43.13 Conference papers by other others, photocopies, 1984-1989
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43.14 Conklin, Jeff, Hypertext: An Introduction and Survey, reprint from Computer Magazine, 1987
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43.15 Conrad, Cherry, Poems, 1980, undated
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43.16 Coover, Robert, The Titles Sequence From The Adventures of Lucky Pierre, typescript copy from Postmodern Culture, 1992
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43.17 Cunningham, Tom, et al. Mandala--A New Approach to Multilinear Narrative Structures, a Report for Sagas: Writing Interactive Fiction, 1999
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43.18 D'Angelo, Frank J., Rhetoric and Cognition: Toward a Metatheory of Discourse, vol. 3, 1982 and Haraway, Donna Jeanne, Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective photocopy of chapter from Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature, 1991
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43.19 Davis, Erik, It's a MUD, MUD, MUD, MUD World, The Village Voice, 1994
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43.20 Debray, Régis, Dématérialisation et désacralisation: le livre come objet symbolique, undated
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43.21 Dee-Lucas, Diana and Larkin, Jill H. Text Representation with Traditional Text and Hypertext, Technical Report H.P. #21 Carnegie Mellon University, 1992
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43.22 Dehn, Natalie Jane, Computer Story-Writing: The Role of Reconstructive and Dynamic Memory, Yale Department of Computer Science, 1989
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44.1 Engelbart, Douglas C. Authorship Provisions in AUGMENT, COMPCON '84 Digest: Proceedings of the COMPCON Conference, 1984
Enright, John, Poems
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44.2-6 1967-1973
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44.7-8 1977-1994, undated
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45.1 Gates, Victor and Randy H. Crawford, Big Sister, photocopy of comic book, 1990
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45.2 Gibson, William, Agrippa (A Book of the Dead), typescript of text, 1992
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45.3 Grant, Alexandra, artwork and correspondence, photocopies of artwork and program, 2004
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45.4 Grant, Richard, Never the Same Text Twice, photocopy of article from Book World, 1993
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45.5 Greco, Diane, Hypertext with Consequences: Recovering a Politics of Hypertext, typescript of working paper, 1995
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45.6, osb 53 Gunder, Anna, articles and correspondence, 2000-2002
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45.7 Hagaman, Dianne, How I Learned Not to Be a Photojournalist, typescript of draft version, 1990
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45.8 Halasz, Frank G., Seven Issues: Revisited, photocopies of slides from Hypertext '91 Keynote Talk, 1991
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45.9 Hamann, Jon, Relational System: Introduction, photocopy of typed paper, undated
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45.10 Harpold, Terence, Conclusions and Hypertext and Hypermedia: A Selected Bibliography, typescript of paper, undated
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45.11 Hayles, Katherine, typescript of paper, press release, and correspondence, 1998
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45.12 Helmreich, Stefan, Artificial Life and the Bio-Politics of Gender, typescript draft of paper given at 11th Annual Gender Studies Symposium The Electronic Salon: Feminism meets Infotech, 1992
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45.13* Holzer, Jenny, Holzer Project, handwritten notes, photocopies and faxes of script, articles, and correspondence, 1986-1989 (*one 3.5-inch disk transferred to Electronic Records)
Hoppe, Joe
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45.14 A-Z, photocopies of creative works, newspaper clippings, and correspondence, 1984-1992
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46.1 Bitter Obscurity, photocopies of serial journal, undated
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46.2 Great River Road: Towards That True Head, bound inscribed copy of master's report, 1994
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46.3 Journal of Erickson's Stage (JOE'S) 6 1/2, photocopies of serial journal, 1986, undated
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46.4 Hummel, Volker, Homer der Hypertexte, newspaper article published in taz hamburg, 2 copies, 1997
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46.5 Johnson-Eilola, Johndan, Little Machines: Print, Hypertext, Automation, photocopy of chapter 2 from Nostalgic Angels, 1992
Joyce, Rosemary A.
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46.6 The Social Construction of Power in Formative Period Honduras, photocopy of typed paper, 1992
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46.7 Women's Work: Images of Production and Reproduction in Pre-Hispanic Southern Central America, photocopy of article published in Current Anthropology, 1993 and Embodying Personhood in Prehispanic Costa Rica, article written as guest curator of exhibit at Davis Museum and Cultural Center, 1994
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46.8 Kaplan, Nancy, The Multidisciplinary AppleShare Classroom, photocopy of article from Teaching with Computers, undated
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46.9 Katz, Jon, The Tales They Tell in Cyber-Space Are a Whole Other Story, newspaper article from New York Times, 1994
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46.10 Kolb, David, Discourse Across Links, photocopy of article, undated
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46.11 Kwinter, Sanford, Landscapes of Change: Boccioni's Stati d'animo as a general Theory of Models, photocopy of article published in Assemblage 19, 1992
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46.12 Laufer, Roger, Les enfants du micro, bound printed copy in L'imagination informatique de la Littérature, undated
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46.13 Lillington, Karlin, Portrait of the Artist as a Webmaster, newspaper article from The Irish Times, 1998
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46.14 Marcel, Gabriel, The Creative Vow as Essence of Fatherhood, lecture printed in Homo Viator; introduction to a metaphysic of hope, 1951
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46.15 Marlatt, Daphne and Betsy Warland, Reading and Writing Between the Lines, photocopies of article, undated
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46.16 McGann, Jerome, The Complete Writings and Pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Hypermedia Research Archive, photocopy of project report, undated
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46.17 McLaughlin, Tim, various art stamps, 1999
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46.18 McLean, Andrew M., Joyce's Ulysses and Döblin's Alexanderplatz Berlin, photocopy of article from Comparative Literature, 1973 with other photocopied articles concerning Alexanderplatz Berlin
Moulthrop, Stuart
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46.19 Hypertext and "the Hyperreal", photocopy of printed article from Hypertext '89 Proceedings, 1999
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46.20 Polymers, Paranoia, and the Rhetorics Hypertext, typescript, 1991
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46.21 Newman, Edwin, Speaking Freely: An interview with Robert Graves, typed WNBC television transcript, 1970 with other photocopied articles
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46.22 Ochiva, Dan, Newmedia: Virtual Rooms and the Art of Memory, photocopy of article published in Millimeter, 1993
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46.23 Pinter, Harold, Old Times, photocopy of playscript with extensive notes, undated
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47.1 Pirofsky, Daniel, The Double Eye: An Experiment in Writing Towards a Theory of the Holoscope, bound printed copy, undated
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47.2 Porush, David, The Self-Narrating Universe; The Anthropic Cosmology Principle and Postmodern Literature, typescript, undated and Cybernetic Fiction and Postmodern Science, photocopy of article from New Literary History, undated
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osb 53 Powe, B. W., The Glenn Gould Hypermedia Profile, newspaper article from Passages, 1989
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47.3 Purves, Alan C., Finding God in Hyperspace: Relections on the Second Reformation, photocopy of printed draft, undated
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47.4 Quittner, Joshua, Read Any Good Webs Lately?, photocopy of article from Discovery, 1992
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47.5 Retallack, Joan, Blue Notes on the Know Ledge, typescript of paper, 1997
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47.6 Rosenberg, Jim, The Structure of Hypertext Activity, typescript of article published in Hypertext '96 Proceedings, 1996
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47.7 Rothenberg, David, The Zone, printed bound copy of poem published in Newark Review, 1996
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47.8 Sainsbury, Alison, How He Did It, photocopy of typescript, undated and Nancy Kaplan, Situated Writing: Hypertext as a Medium for Research Writing, photocopy of paper presented at Conference on College Composition and Communications, 1994
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47.9 Schank, Roger C., Memory, Meaning, and Syntax, 2 copies of Research Report #189, Yale University, 1980
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47.10 Schneider, Michel, Glenn Gould, Piano Solo: Aria et Trente Variations, photocopy of article published in Étre dans la solitude, 1987
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* Schneider, Olaf, Texte in digitalen Erfahrungsräume (TIDE) version 1.2, CD-ROM, undated (*transferred to Electronic Records)
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47.11 Stensaas, Starla, The Transformed and Transforming Image in the Shift from Print to Digital Culture, copy of author's tear sheets and draft copy of article published in Analecta Husserlinana XLII, 1993
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47.12 Theberge, Paul, Glenn Gould and Marshall McLuhan, photocopy of typed draft published in Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, 1986
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47.13 Turoff, Murray and Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Hypertext in Computer Mediated Communication Systems, typed draft of submission for Hypertext '87, 1987
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47.14 Walker, Jill, Piecing Together and Tearing Apart: Finding the Story in Afternoon, photocopy of printed article from unknown source, undated
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47.15 Weinbren, Grahame, Pointing Toward the Interactive Cinema, typescript with notes and photocopy, 1993
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47.16 Wingert, Bernad, Kann man Hypertexte lessen?, photocopy of article published in Literatur im Informationszeitalter, 1996
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47.17 1968
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48.1 1994
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48.2 1995-2003
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* Konfiguratioen zwischen Absturz und Wirklichkeit, CD-ROM, 1997 (*transferred to Electronic Records)
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48.3-4 Mr. Payback, photocopy of typed interactive filmscript, 1994
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48.5 Whitman in Cyberspace: Varieties of Alchemical Experience, typescript, undated
Subseries B. Works by Students, 1973-1998, undated
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48.6 Douglas, J. Yellowlees, Print Pathways and Interactive Labyrinths: How Hypertext Narratives Affect the Act of Reading, typescript,1992
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48.7 Rakov, Simon A., Hypertext and Nonlinear Narrative: A Critical Analysis and Perspective, 1992
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49.1 Redmond, Kathryn A., There is No Simple Way to Say This: Critical Trauma and the Hypertext Novel Afternoon, typed manuscript, 1991
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49.2 Rubenstein, Kenan, Hypertext Paper, typed manuscript, undated
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49.3 Sloboda, David Peter, Ending or Exhaustion: Closure and Hypertextual Fiction, bound typed manuscript, 1994
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Series VIII. Published Materials, 1982-2001

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osb 53 21st Century: The World of Research at Columbia University, Spring 1998
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49.4 1988
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49.5 1989
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49.6 1990
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osb 53 American Book Review, 1992-1996
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49.7 Applying New Technology in Higher Education, proceedings of fifth annual conference, National Issues in Higher Education, Volume 21, 1986
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49.8 Between the Lines, Issue 8, Spring 1990
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50.1 Bioapparatus, proceedings of seminar, Banff Centre for the Arts, 1991
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50.2 Bitstreams, Whitney Museum of Art, 2001
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50.3 Black Hole, 1992
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50.4 Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, Volume 6, 1986, and Volume 7, 1987
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50.5 Camerawork, Spring/Summer 1993
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50.6 Chreods, undated
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50.7 College Composition and Communication, December 1994
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50.8 College English, December 1990
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50.9 Computing and the Humanities: Summary of a Roundtable Meeting, 1998
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50.10 Convergence: Art, Culture and the National Information Infrastructure, 1994
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50.11 COSMEP Newsletter, 1982-1984
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50.12 Discover, November 1989
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50.13 Education and Cultural Heritage: Solid Partners for the NII, Current and Emerging Projects and Approaches, 14 January 1995
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50.14 Hypermedia, Volume 4, Number 2, 1992
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50.15 IF Digest: The Journal of Interactive Fiction and Creative Hypertext, 1988-1989
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51.1 Lingua Franca: The Review of Academic Life, January/February 1994, May 1995, July/August 1998
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51.2 Live from the Stagger Café, 1986-1987
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51.3 Macintosh Writing Curriculum Guide, 1989, and Syllabus for the Macintosh, March/April 1990
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51.4 Macworld, May 1992
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51.5 Minnesota Center for Book Arts Newsletter, September-December 1992
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51.6 The New Yorker, June 27 & July 4, 1994
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51.7 Newsweek, 27 February 1995
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51.8-9* Perforations: After the Book, number 3, 1992 [2 copies] (*one 5.25-inch and four 3.5-inch disks transferred to Electronic Records)
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51.10 Poets & Writers, 1994-1995
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51.11 The Print Collector's Newsletter, May-June 1992
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51.12 Psychology Today, April 1983
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52.1 A Reference Guide to Macintosh in Higher Education, 1989
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52.2 Scientific American, January 1996
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52.3 Science Fiction Eye, Issue #11, December 1992
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52.4 SIGLINK Newsletter, 1992-1995
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52.5 Spinning a Web from Past to Future, 6th International IFIP Conference on Women, Work and Computerization, May 1997
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52.6 State University of New York Press promotional material, Fall 2001
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52.7 The Sweet Ride, 1987-1988
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52.8 The Third Word, 1993-1994
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52.9 Time, 8 June 1998
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52.10 Utne Reader, March/April 1994 [2 copies]
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 Index of Correspondents 

  • Aarseth, Espen, 1965- --21.9
  • Adams, Nick--21.9
  • Alberda, Liz--19.7
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.--2.7-10
  • Alma College--2.9
  • Amato, Joe, 1955- --43.2
  • American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)--27.5
  • The American Book Review--2.8, 20.4
  • American Letters & Commentary--17.11
  • Amore, Paul--21.2, 21.4
  • Amster, Betsy--2.12
  • Anderson, Jenny--20.1
  • Anemone, Jennifer--21.9
  • Antherson, Bruce--20.5
  • Arbor House--2.10
  • Arellano, Robert--20.5
  • Argroves, Sandra--22.1
  • Arnold, Mary-Kim--20.5
  • Atheneum (New York, N.Y.)--2.8-10
  • Atlantic Monthly--2.8, 2.10, 2.12
  • Auster, Paul, 1947- --20.5
  • Baker, Don--9.7
  • Bakker, Jan-Hendrik--20.5
  • Bappert, Charlie--23.1
  • Barnett, Donald V.--19.6
  • Barrows, Anne--20.3
  • Barth, John--23.2
  • Bazin, Patrick--21.5
  • Beagle, Don--20.2-3
  • Becker, Howard Saul, 1928- --23.3
  • Begemann, Marianne--21.9
  • Bellman Nerozzi, Patrizia--21.1
  • Bergen, Raymond H.--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Bernstein, Charles, 1950- --20.3, 21.8
  • Bernstein, Mark--11.13, 20.4, 21.1-4, 21.7-9, 32.5 (from David Kold), 42.11
  • Bielefeld, David--20.2
  • Biggs, Mary--2.12, 20.1
  • Bird, Carmel, 1940- --21.5
  • Black Sparrow Press--2.8-9
  • Board of Foreign Scholarships--12.12
  • Bogaards, Peter J.--20.3
  • Bolter, Jay David, 1951- --21.6, 21.8-9, 21.9 (to Guyer, Carolyn), 32.5, 32.5 (to Clyde LeTart)
  • Bolton, Ken--21.7-8
  • Boring, Tim--21.3
  • Borradori, Giovanna--21.9
  • Boundary 2--2.8
  • Bourjaily, Vance Nye--9.5, 23.4
  • Boyd, Greg, 1957- --20.1
  • Brady, James J.--27.5
  • Braman, Sandra--21.9, 23.5, 43.10
  • Brandt & Brandt--2.8
  • Brawley, Lisa--17.13
  • Bright, Dorrie--20.2, 23.6
  • Brøderbund--30.10, 32.5
  • Brown University--12.11
  • Brown, M____--19.6
  • Bruce, Iain--21.3
  • Bulefeld, Dave--20.2
  • Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society--11.15
  • Bume, Rudy--27.5 (to Thomas R. and Joanne Joyce)
  • Bume, Lucy--27.5 (to Thomas R. and Joanne Joyce)
  • Bushoff, Brunhild--21.1-2, 21.4
  • Buswell, Rachel--21.1
  • Butler, Priscilla--20.4, 21.1, 21.9
  • Cain, Michael--20.2
  • California Arts Council--17.8
  • Canisius College. Department of Religious Studies--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Carol Mann Agency--2.11
  • Cayley, John--21.1
  • Centre for Research into Innovation, Culture & Technology--20.3
  • Chang, Vanessa, 1969- --23.7
  • Chapman, Wes, 1957- --21.1
  • Chelsea Literary Service, Ltd.--2.7
  • Cixous, Hélène, 1937- --20.5, 23.8
  • Clinton, Bill, 1946- --21.7 (email from Joyce to Bill Clinton)
  • Coalition for Networked Information--15.3, 15.6
  • Coggins, Cinda--21.7-9
  • Cohoughtrapp, Stephan--21.9
  • Colgan, Craig--21.2, 21.4
  • Computers and Composition--20.3
  • Conjunctions--2.10
  • Conrad, Cherry--12.16
  • Conte, Joseph--21.1
  • Conway, Martha--21.7
  • Cooke, Nancy--11.1
  • Coover, Robert--21.2-4, 21.6-9, 23.9
  • Cornwall, Regina--21.2
  • Corrigan, Matt--9.8, 19.7
  • Council for International Exchange of Scholars--12.12
  • Crang, Mike--20.5, 21.2, 21.4, 21.7
  • Culture of Interactivity--16.5
  • Curtis Brown Ltd.--2.8
  • Cybulski, Debbie--23.10
  • Cybulski, Walter--20.1, 23.10, 33.5-6
  • Daedalus Group, Inc.--20.3
  • Danis, Lindsey--21.9
  • Danske filmskole--17.2
  • Davey, Robert C.--17.12, 20.4
  • Davis, Hal--19.6
  • Deeley, Roger--19.6
  • Dehn, Natalie--23.11
  • Dial Press--2.10
  • Dibell, Julian--21.2
  • Dietz, Steve--21.7
  • Dirda, Michael--20.5
  • Diskotech--20.5
  • Dobiesz, Richard--20.5
  • Dockery, J. E.--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System), 41.6
  • Doherty, Mick--21.8
  • Dolente, Sharon--21.8
  • Donaldson, Pete--21.1
  • Dorph, Vibeke--21.1
  • Douglas, J. Yellowlees, 1962- --1.1, 11.13, 21.2, 21.9, 23.12
  • Dowing, David--12.1
  • Dragomoshchenko, A. (Arkadii)--21.2, 21.4
  • Drake University--20.3
  • Dunning, Stephen--9.6
  • Dunow & Carlson Literary Agency--2.11
  • E. P. Dutton (Firm)--2.7, 2.8 (to Jack Leggett), 2.9
  • Edelson, Justin--21.1, 21.3
  • Edwards, Michael--21.8
  • Edwards, Page--9.5, 20.3, 24.1
  • Egger, Jo--24.2
  • Egger, Lynn--24.2
  • Egger, Steve--19.6, 20.1 (to Dick Bingheim), 24.2
  • Eisen, Amanda--21.2
  • Electronic Literature Organization--20.5
  • Ellipsis (London, England)--20.5
  • Emerson College--20.5
  • English Association--11.16
  • Enright, John--9.6, 24.3-26.1, 33.3, 35.1, 40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Enright, Linda--24.3-5, 26.2, 33.5-6
  • Epstein, Alex--21.2
  • Estrella, Anna--21.9
  • Evans, Lee--20.3
  • Evergreen Review--26.3
  • Fainstein, Norman I.--21.2, 21.4
  • Falco, Ed--21.7
  • [Fallenbaum, Ruth] "Ruthie"--19.6
  • Farber, Dan--20.1
  • Farkas, David--32.5
  • Farrar, Straus, and Giroux--2.10
  • [Farrell], Marg--19.6
  • Fergusson, Frances D.--20.4-5
  • Fiction International--2.8-9
  • Fiction--2.7-9
  • Fiedler, Leslie A.--2.10
  • Fields, LeAnn--21.2, 21.4, 21.7-9
  • Finkelstein, David--34.5
  • Fitzgerald, Shawn--20.3
  • Fleischmann, Monika, 1950- --21.2, 21.8
  • Foley, Jack--15.4, 20.4, 42.10
  • Foley, Stephen--12.11
  • Folger Shakespeare Library--2.10
  • Fontayne, Cynthia--20.4, 21.9
  • Fraase, Michael--20.3 (to Mark Bernstein)
  • Framer, Kate--26.4
  • Froese, Robert, 1945- --20.5
  • G. P. Putnam's Sons--2.10
  • Gang, Quin--26.5
  • Garber, Eugene K.--21.2, 21.4
  • Gass, Bill--19.6
  • Gedin, Per I., 1928- --26.6
  • Gelfand, Edith--20.5
  • Genesee Community College--20.4
  • George, Allaire--20.1
  • George Allen & Unwin--12.1
  • Gess, Richard--20.3
  • Getson, David--21.7
  • Geyh, Paula--21.5
  • Givotovsky, Nick--20.3
  • Goldfarb, Jay--20.2
  • Gollob, Herman--2.8
  • Graf & Graf--2.11
  • Grant, Alexandra--45.3
  • Great Lakes Colleges Association--9.6 (to Tinkers Dam Press)
  • Green, Ann--12.16, 26.7, 25.7 (to Cherry Conrad)
  • Griscom, Amanda--21.5
  • Groden, Michael--21.2, 21.4, 26.8
  • Grossman Publishers--2.9
  • Grove/Atlantic, Inc.--2.11 (to Marian Young)
  • Grusin, Richard A.--21.3, 21.9
  • Guenther, Chris--21.3, 21.7, 21.9
  • Guertin, Carolyn--21.1, 21.4, 21.7-9, 26.9
  • Guyer, Carolyn--12.11, 20.5, 21.1 (to Dorris Koehler), 21.6-9
  • Hamilton, David--21.6-7
  • Hanlon, Matthew--21.2-4, 21.6-9
  • Harcourt Brace Jovanovich--2.10, 2.12
  • Hardwick, Elizabeth--19.6
  • Harper & Row, Publishers--2.8-10
  • Harper's Magazine Co.--2.8
  • [Harpold], Terry--1.1
  • Hart, Liz--21.8
  • Hawkes, John, 1925- --3.1, 22.1, 26.10
  • Hayles, N. Katherine--21.2, 21.4, 21.8, 45.11
  • Haynes, Cynthia--21.2, 21.4, 21.7
  • Healy, Michael--20.1-2
  • Henderson, Al--20.1
  • Henderson, Lee--21.9
  • Henry Holt and Company--2.11 (to Marian Young)
  • Henry, Chuck--20.5, 21.2, 21.5-9
  • Hicks-Pinkard, Tammie R.--20.5
  • Higgason, Rich--21.4
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.--2.9
  • Holzer, Jenny, 1950- --45.13
  • Hopkins, Shannon--11.1
  • Hoppe, Joe--20.3, 45.14
  • Horkey, Todd--21.5
  • Horrakh, Livio--1.3
  • Hough-Trapp, Colin--20.5, 21.3, 21.9
  • Houghton Mifflin Company--2.7-10, 2.12, 20.5
  • The Hudson Review--2.7-8
  • Humanities and Arts on the Information Highways: A National Initiative--15.6
  • Hypertext Fiction and the Literary Artist--20.4 (to Stuart Moulthrop)
  • Hypertext Literature Listserv--21.6
  • The Hypertext/Hypermedia Handbook--20.3
  • Ido, Mary--21.8
  • Iggers, Jeremy--20.2
  • Imbrie, Ann--21.2, 21.6
  • Interface 3--16.1
  • International Famous Agency--2.8
  • The Iowa Review--2.7, 2.11, 20.5
  • Iowa, Jay--21.2
  • Island Press--9.9 (to Tinkers Dam Press)
  • J_____, Steven--21.5
  • Jackson Community College--12.16-17, 36.2
  • Janiak, Elayne--9.5, 19.6-7, 26.11, 41.6
  • Janifer, Laurence--26.12, 41.6
  • Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986--40.3
  • Jenkins, Henry--21.3
  • John Hopkins University Press--2.11, 12.1
  • John M. Olin Foundation, Inc.--20.2
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation--20.3-4
  • Johnson, Karyn--21.1
  • Johnson, Steven--21.6, 21.8-9
  • Johnson-Eilola, Johndan--20.3
  • Joni, Saj-Nicole--20.1, 20.3
  • Joyce family--26.15
  • Joyce, Brian--26.13, 34.5
  • Joyce, Eamon--1.2, 26.14-15
  • Joyce, Jeremiah--26.15, 34.6
  • Joyce, Joanne--27.5-28.1
  • Joyce, Kathy--26.16
  • Joyce, Lynn Ann--27.5
  • Joyce, Martha Petry--1.2, 28.9, 33.2-34.5
  • Joyce, Mary Ethel--26.17, 27.5
  • Joyce, Michael S.--20.2, 26.18
  • Joyce, Rosemary A., 1956- --21.3, 21.8-9, 27.1
  • Joyce, Susan--27.1-2
  • Joyce, Thomas C.--21.2, 21.4, 27.3-4, 33.3
  • Joyce, Thomas R.--27.5-28.1, 34.5
  • Joyce, Tim--20.5, 28.2
  • Kalamazoo College--9.7, 20.1
  • Kane, Paul--21.2, 21.4
  • Karvellas, Anna--21.1
  • Kauffman, Janet--12.11, 28.3
  • Keep, Christopher--20.4
  • Kelly, Dennis--20.5
  • Kemp, Fred--20.3
  • Kendall, Robert--21.9, 28.4
  • Kirschenbaum, Matt G.--21.3
  • Klavins, Laurie Clark--21.2
  • Kleshchenikova, Olga--21.8
  • Kloack, Lisa--20.1
  • Knight, Jere--28.5
  • Knoespel, Kenneth Jacob, 1947- --20.3
  • Knopka, Susan--19.7, 28.6
  • Koskimaa, Raine--21.8
  • Krause, Rolf--21.2-5
  • Kroups, Sandra--1.1
  • Kurtz, Glenn--21.2
  • L_____, Carson--20.2
  • Lampe, David, 1941- --20.1, 34.5
  • Landon, Brooks--21.2, 21.6
  • Lauerman, David A., 1931- --20.2, 28.7
  • Laufer, Roger--20.3-4
  • Laurence, Joanne--2.7
  • Leao, Lucia--21.7
  • Leggett, John, 1952- --28.8
  • Lennon, Brian--21.2, 21.4, 21.8
  • Leo Tolstoy Museum--21.1, 21.3, 28.9
  • Leonard, Bob--32.5
  • Lesser, Tom--21.1
  • Levine, Edna S.--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Levy, Andy--11.13
  • Lewis, Robert--21.2
  • L'Harmattan (Firm)--20.5
  • Libner, Kelsey--21.6
  • Lillington, Karlin--21.1-2, 21.4
  • Lin, Candice--20.5
  • Das Literaturforum--17.8
  • Lombreglia, Ralph--21.2, 21.5
  • Long, Cindy--21.7
  • Long, Robert Emmet--9.10 (to Tinkers Dam Press)
  • Loveless, Richard L.--20.4 (one to Susan Siegfried)
  • Lowry, Richard--21.9
  • Luesebrink, Marjorie--28.10
  • MacArthur Fellows Program--28.11
  • Maddox, Tom--21.5
  • Maeck, Alexandra--21.6
  • [Malin?], Heather--21.6
  • Malloy, Judy--28.12
  • Manstein, Brenda--20.5
  • Maso, Carole--28.13
  • McCorduck, Pamela, 1940- --12.13 (to Guggenheim Foundation Board), 20.4, 28.14, 42.11
  • McGrath, Charles--28.15
  • McGuire, Jim--20.2
  • McLaughlin, Tim, 1965- --21.1, 28.16, 46.17
  • McLure, J. L.--21.1
  • McNeill, Timothy J.--21.1
  • Meagher, Jason--21.3, 21.9
  • Meister, Jan--21.1
  • Melrod, George--20.4
  • Merican, A. M.--20.3
  • Meshejian, Paul--29.1
  • Michigan. Dept. of Treasury--9.6
  • Miles, Adrian--21.1, 21.4, 21.7
  • Miller, Alicia--20.5
  • Miller, Laura--21.2
  • Milton, Mary--21.2, 21.9
  • Milutis, Joe--20.4
  • Mirapaul, Matthew--21.1, 29.2
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology--12.18
  • Modern Fiction Studies--2.11
  • Modern Language Association--20.5
  • Modern Language Studies--11.9
  • Molloy, Jim--20.1
  • Moore, Alan R.--20.1
  • Morgan, Mike--20.3
  • Morgan, Wendy--21.7
  • Mosaic--20.4
  • Moulthrop, Stuart--21.2, 21.4-9, 22.1, 29.3
  • Mundy, James--21.8
  • Murphy, William--21.7
  • Murray, G. E. (Jerry)--29.4
  • Murray, Tim--6.9, 20.2
  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)--15.2
  • Muyskens, Lois--11.1
  • The Nation--9.7 (to Tinkers Dam Press)
  • National Endowment for the Arts--15.6
  • [Navarro?], Bud--19.7
  • Nesbit, Molly, 1952- --21.8
  • New Directions--2.7-10
  • New Letters--2.9
  • New York Review--2.8
  • The New York Times--2.8
  • The New Yorker--2.7-9
  • North Dakota Quarterly--2.10, 2.12
  • Norwalk Community-Technical College (Norwalk, Conn.)--20.4
  • Novak, Jasminko--22.1
  • Ochiva, Dan--46.22
  • O'Connor, John S.--12.13
  • Odin, Jaishree Kak--20.5
  • Ohio Wesleyan University--9.7
  • Olsen, Lance, 1956- --21.6
  • Oppenheimer, Joel--29.5
  • Orenstein, Evan--21.1
  • Orlock, John M.--12.11 (to Case Western Reserve), 29.6
  • O'Rourke, Michael J.--20.3, 32.5
  • Osivan, Carl--21.7
  • Page, Aaron--21.4
  • Page, Barbara--21.4, 21.9
  • Palme, Christian--22.1
  • Pandolfi, Alearda--1.3, 30.5
  • Paradoxa--11.17
  • Paramount Publishing Company--20.4
  • Paris Review--2.9
  • Parkhill, Lewis--21.6
  • Paul R. Reynolds, Inc.--2.8
  • Paul, Sherman--29.7, 34.5
  • Pavić, Milorad--21.9, 29.8
  • Pearson, Gloria--32.5
  • Peltz, James H.--20.5, 21.8
  • Pennings, Anthony--21.2
  • Pereira, Daniel--22.1
  • Perley, J. M. (Perky)--41.6
  • Perrot, Xavier--22.1
  • Person Design--9.8 (to Tinkers Dam Press)
  • Petry family--29.9
  • Petry, Phillis--29.10
  • Pettigrew, Donald--12.16
  • Phoenix Literary Agency--3.8
  • Pisani, Francis--21.5
  • Piskorsch-Feick, Regina--21.7
  • [Pivnick], Noah--21.9
  • Playboy Enterprises--2.7-9
  • Pohl, Frederik--20.2
  • Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.)--17.13
  • Porush, David, 1952- --21.1
  • Postmodern Culture--11.1
  • Poth, Chuck--19.6
  • Poulin, Neil C.--29.11, 40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Powers, Richard--21.9
  • Prison Arts--12.16
  • Purdue University--20.5
  • Pynigar, Jesse--11.3
  • Quittner, Joshua--21.2, 21.4
  • Rachlis, Eugene--2.10, 2.12
  • Rakov, Simon A.--48.7
  • Random House (Firm)--2.11-12 (one to Marian Young)
  • Rau, Anja--20.5 (to R. Krause)
  • Redmond, Kate--20.3
  • Renshaw, Camille--21.9
  • Rice University--20.5
  • Richards, Caroline--9.7
  • Richardson, Jean--21.3
  • Roche, Terre--29.12
  • Roerecke, Howard--20.1
  • Rolling Stone--23.4
  • Rosenberg, Jim--21.1, 47.6
  • Ross, Charles--21.3
  • Ross, Michael--21.6
  • Routledge (Firm)--12.1, 12.9, 20.5
  • Rubenstein, Mary Jane--21.5
  • Rubin, Stan--21.2, 21.4
  • Rukov, Mogens, 1943- --29.13
  • Sabran, Laure de--20.5
  • Sadin, Eric--21.9
  • Sainsbury, Alison--20.4, 21.5, 47.8
  • Samsel, Jon--21.2, 21.8
  • San Diego State University Press--12.1
  • Schafer, Marti--20.1
  • Schamus, James, 1959- --21.9
  • Schemat, Stefan--21.9, 22.1
  • Schiff, Bill--19.6, 40.3 (United States. Selective Service System)
  • Schiff, Susan--19.6
  • Schmindt, Stefan--21.3
  • Schmundt, Hilmar, 1966- --21.2-4, 21.6, 21.9
  • Schneider, Dudley S.--20.3
  • Scholastic Inc.--11.15
  • Scholes, Robert--21.2
  • School of Visual Arts (New York, N.Y.)--20.5
  • Schroeder, Melvin--29.14-30.1
  • Schuman, Rebecca--21.2, 21.4, 21.7
  • Scott, Foresman and Company--19.7
  • Scripter, Narine--20.4
  • Shipyard Museum--3.15
  • Silag, Bill, 1946- --20.1
  • Silver, Brenda--22.1
  • Simon and Schuster, Inc.--2.9-10
  • Sixpack--2.7, 2.9
  • Small, Patty--20.2
  • Smith, Sarah--2.12
  • Soho Press--2.11
  • Snyder, Ilana, 1949- --21.2, 21.4
  • Sperarza, Sarah--20.4
  • Squier, Joseph--21.9
  • St. Therese's Haven--19.6 (to Virginia Joyce)
  • State University of New York--11.10
  • Stavig, Dick--20.1
  • Steatens, Michael--20.1
  • Steinbach, Leonard--21.2
  • Stensaas, Starla--20.3, 21.2, 21.4, 47.11
  • Stephens, Michael--30.2
  • Stephenson, Wen--21.1
  • Sterling Lord Agency, Inc.--2.10
  • Stevenson, Rob--19.6-7
  • Stewart, Thomas--3.6
  • Stiller, Louis, 1959- --20.3
  • Strickland, Stephanie--20.5, 22.1
  • Sundance Institute--17.2
  • Svedjedal, Johan--20.5
  • Swerdloff, ____--21.8
  • Swiss, Thom--21.2, 21.4
  • [Terranova], Phil--9.5
  • Thieme, Richard--21.8
  • Third Planet Records--20.5
  • Thompson, William P.--20.5
  • Thorton, Amanda--21.1
  • Thurber, Bart--2.12
  • Tietz, Ward--21.2
  • Tinkers Dam Press--9.5 (to John A. Bernstein; Council on Literary Magazines; Poets and Writers; Greenwood Press; Tom Boyle; COSMEP; Small Press Record of Books in Print; Tom Boyle; R. R. Bowker Inc.), 9.6 (to United States Information Agency. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.), 9.7 (to Great Lakes Colleges Association)
  • Tinkler, Mark--21.8-9
  • Trager, Eve--21.8
  • TriQuarterly--2.7-8, 2.12 (to Howie Becker)
  • Tschumy, William--21.6
  • Ulmer, Greg--21.1-2, 21.9
  • United States Information Agency--20.1
  • United States. Selective Service System--40.3 (to Jacob K. Javits)
  • Università di Roma--15.12
  • University of California Press--12.1
  • University of California, Los Angeles--20.5
  • University of Michigan. Press--2.11, 11.15
  • University of San Francisco--20.3
  • Urban, Walter--30.3-4, 34.2
  • Vannini, Walter, 1958- --1.3, 21.8-9, 30.5
  • Vassar College--12.20 (one to Pew Charitable Trusts), 30.6
  • Versace, Dick--20.2
  • VerSchneider, Neil--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Viking Penguin Inc.--2.10
  • Viking Press--2.9-10
  • The Village Voice--2.8
  • Virtual--20.4
  • Vladimir Tolstoy Museum--21.9
  • [Vodraska], Stan--19.6
  • Wardrip-Fruin, Noah--30.7
  • Walker, Brandy--22.1
  • Walker, Jill--21.2, 21.4
  • Wallace, Linda--21.8
  • Warner, Dee--19.6
  • Warner, Les--19.6
  • Warren, Reginald--20.1
  • Weber, Christof--21.8
  • Weber, Tim--21.5
  • Weinbren, Grahame, 1947- --20.4
  • Wheatley, Paul--21.7
  • Wheeler, Richard--20.3
  • Wiil, Uffe Kock--21.8
  • Williamson, Janice--21.8
  • Willmot, Rod--11.1
  • Wischneier, Missy--19.6-7
  • Wolfe, M. Tye--21.9
  • Works and Days--12.10
  • Wren, Maev-Ann--30.8
  • Wright, Giles R.--1.3, 20.3
  • Wrzesinski, Conrad J.--20.3
  • Yale University--20.1
  • Yanowitch, Robert E.--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • Young, Jeff--21.2, 21.4
  • Young, Marion--2.11-12
  • Youtt, Harry--21.8
  • Zacks, Eran S.--20.4 (to Vassar College English Department)
  • Zapp, Andrea--21.1
  • Zarate-Sanderlin, Alessandre-21.1
  • Zhou, Yu--21.9
  • Zimmerman, Murray H.--40.3 (to United States. Selective Service System)
  • _____ Beth--20.2
  • _____ Candy--9.5
  • _____ Caroline--9.7
  • _____ Chad--21.8
  • _____ Dan--20.5
  • _____ Dave--20.2
  • _____ Dyanna--20.5
  • _____ Glen--19.6-7
  • _____ Jen--21.6
  • _____ Jim--19.6
  • _____ Justin--21.6
  • _____ Lara--20.5
  • _____ Lisa--21.6
  • _____ Mavis--21.6
  • _____ Nancy--20.3
  • _____ Pam--19.6
  • _____ Peggy--20.2
  • _____ Rick--19.6
  • _____ Sam--19.6
  • _____ Stephen--21.6
  • _____ Victoria--19.6
  • _____ Wayne--19.7

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 Index of Works 

  • Afternoon, a story--1.1-3, 11.13, 16.6
  • Architectures for Volatile Hypertext--43.8
  • As: A Novel--1.5-10, 8.7
  • Autopoesis Introduction--11.2
  • Avarice: A Story--1.11
  • The Birthday Man--2.1
  • Bonjour Jean Luc Godard--2.2
  • Chapter Eight: The Still White Room--2.4
  • Cherry Orchard (The Fruit Farm)--2.5
  • Commonly Valued Unknowing: Toward a Renewed Disciplinarity--17.12
  • Contours of Constructive Hypertexts--11.4
  • The Day the War Ended--2.6
  • End of Civil Discourse--11.5
  • End of Print--11.1
  • A Feel for Prose: Interstitial Links and the Contours of Hypertext--11.6
  • For Spacious Bacon and Amber Yolks of Eggs or Yet Another (Citizen's) State of the Union Message--2.14
  • Future Tense: A Short Story--2.15
  • Gertrude--3.1
  • Going the Distance--3.2
  • Good Men--3.3-5.2
  • Gulf--11.7
  • A History etc.--5.3-6.2
  • A History of the Doyles in North America--8.9-9.10
  • How We Lived--6.3
  • Hypertext for Teaching and Learning--14.8
  • Hypertextual Rhythms (The Momentary advantage of our awkwardness, part 2)--11.8
  • I Walk Mornings…--17.13
  • Ingrates Expectations--osb 53
  • Interview by Michael Joyce. Absolute Zero--6.4
  • Interview by Michael Joyce. Atlantic Monthly--6.5
  • Interview by Michael Joyce. Buffalo Spree--6.6
  • Interview by Michael Joyce. By D. Levy--11.1
  • Jimmy--6.7
  • A Landing on the Moon (novel)--5.3-6.2
  • A Landing on the Moon (play)--10.4-5
  • A Larger Energy: Creeley's Pieces and Oedipus--6.8
  • Laura's Other Loves--6.9
  • A Letter to Oikis--6.10
  • Liam's Going--6.11
  • Long Legged-Insects--6.12
  • Marking Time--6.13-14
  • Moral Tales and Meditations--11.10
  • New Teaching: Toward a Pedagogy for a New Cosmology--11.11
  • Notes on spatial hypertext--11.14
  • Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics--11.15-16
  • On Teaching/Writing: Developing Patterns in English--11.1
  • On the necessity to be among people--20.3
  • One Hundred Women--7.1-3
  • The Only Pretty Time--7.4
  • Ordinary Fiction--11.17
  • Othermindedness--12.1-2
  • Picasso and Freddy's Wife--7.5
  • The Picnic--8.7
  • (Re)Placing the Author--12.3, 15.10
  • A Retelling of Ondine--6.10
  • Review of Last Tango in Paris--8.3
  • Selfish Interactions or Subversive Texts and the Multiple Novel--12.5
  • Siren Shapes: Exploratory and Constructive Hypertexts--12.6
  • Skywriter--8.4
  • Smart Tools--12.7
  • "So much time, so little to do"; empowering silence and the electric book--11.1
  • Some Memories of the Murtherer--7.4
  • The Still White Room--9.11
  • Tap Lightly, Death, Dad's Dancing--8.5
  • Toward a New Prose--8.6
  • The Tree--8.7
  • VAROA--8.8
  • Virtual Geographies: Bodies, Space and Relations--12.9
  • The War Outside Ireland--8.9-9.10
  • What Making Love is Like--9.11
  • Works and Days--12.10
  • World of Distant Things--9.12

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 Index of Works by Other Authors 

  • Addams, Shay. Interactive Fiction--43.1
  • Amato, Joe. Richard Powers after Louis Zukofsky: A Prospectus of the Sky--43.2
  • Andersen, Peter Bøgh. Vector Spaces as the Basic Component of Interactive Systems: Towards a Computer Semiotics--43.3
  • Balcom, David; Sawhney, Nitin "Nick"; Smith, Ian. HyperCafe: Narrative and Aesthetic Properties of Hypervideo--43.4
  • Balestri, Diane Pelkus. Softcopy and Hard: Wordprocessing and Writing Process--43.5
  • Bappert, Charles. Adventide--43.6
  • Becker, Howard S. Art Worlds Revisited--43.7
  • Becker, Howard S. Tricks of the Trade--43.7
  • Bernstein, Mark. Architectures for Volatile Hypertext--43.8
  • Bernstein, Mark. New Horizons in Hypertext Writing--14.7
  • Billings, Robert. Changes the Surface: A Conversation with Erin Mouré--43.8
  • Bolter, Jay David. Architectures for Volatile Hypertext--43.9
  • Bolter, Jay David. Brief Mention--43.9
  • Bolter, Jay David. The Computer in a Finite World--43.9
  • Bolter, Jay David. Future of Writing--43.9
  • Bolter, Jay David. Hypertext and the Rhetorical Canons--43.9
  • Bolter, Jay David. Locus: A computer Program for Topographic Writing--43.9
  • Braman, Sandra. A True Story--43.10
  • Braman, Sandra. The Autopoietic State: Communication and Democratic Potential in the Net--43.10
  • Bush, Vannevar. As We May Think--43.11
  • Calvino, Italo. All at One Point--43.12
  • Calvino, Italo. Cybernetics and Ghosts--43.12
  • Conklin, Jeff. Hypertext: An Introduction and Survey--43.14
  • Conrad, Cherry--Poems--43.15
  • Coover, Robert. The End of Books--42.11
  • Coover, Robert. Hyperfiction: Novels for the Computer--42.11
  • Coover, Robert. The Titles Sequence From The Adventures of Lucky Pierre--43.16
  • Corn, Joseph J. Culture and Computers--43.9
  • Crawford, Randy H. Big Sister--45.1
  • Crocker, Ellen. Berliner sehen: A Hypermedia Documentary Integrating the Study of German Culture and Language--46.18
  • Cunningham, Tom, et al. Mandala--A New Approach to Multilinear Narrative Structures--43.17
  • Cybulski, Walter. From the Bag I Carry on My Back--20.1
  • D'Angelo, Frank J. Rhetoric and Cognition: Toward a Metatheory of Discourse--43.18
  • Davis, Erik. It's a MUD, MUD, MUD, MUD World--43.19
  • Daynard, Jodi. Floppy Disks Are Only Knowledge, But Manuscripts Are Wisdom--42.11
  • Debray, Régis. Dématérialisation et désacralisation: le livre come objet symbolique--43.20
  • Dee-Lucas, Diana. Text Representation with Traditional Text and Hypertext--43.21
  • Dehn, Natalie Jane. Computer Story-Writing: The Role of Reconstructive and Dynamic Memory--43.22
  • Douglas, J. Yellowlees. Print Pathways and Interactive Labyrinths: How Hypertext Narrative Affect the Act of Reading--48.6
  • Edwards, Page. In Kerner's--23.1
  • Edwards, Page. Meisterstuk No. 149--23.1
  • Edwards, Page. Thaw--23.1
  • Engelbart, Douglas C. Authorship Provisions in AUGMENT--44.1
  • Enright, John. Boundaries--25.1
  • Enright, John. Creatures of the Tide Pools--23.5
  • Enright, John. Place--25.1
  • Enright, John. Poems--2.4, 44.2-8
  • Enright, John. Salvador Dali on T.V.--23.5
  • Fendt, Kurt. Berliner sehen: A Hypermedia Documentary Integrating the Study of German Culture and Language--46.18
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. A World Awash with Fascism and Fear--46.21
  • Flower, Linda. The Construction of Purpose in Writing and Reading--43.13
  • Foley, Jack. Unspeakable Practices II: The Festival of Vanguard Narrative at Brown University--42.10
  • Frying, Ann. Interactive Entertainment Television: A Study Series--43.13
  • Gagnon, Diana. Interactive Entertainment Television: A Study Series--43.13
  • Gates, Victor. Big Sister--45.1
  • Gevers, Sarah. Author Displays Future of Books--42.10
  • Gibson, William. Agrippa (A Book of the Dead)--45.2
  • Grant, Richard. Never the Same Text Twice--42.11, 45.4
  • Greco, Diane. Hypertext with Consequences: Recovering a Politics of Hypertext, typescript of working paper--45.5
  • Green, Ann. Definitions--25.7
  • Green, Ann. Friday Night World Series--25.7
  • Green, Ann. Perspective: A Photograph--25.7
  • Green, Ann. Some Things I did This Weekend--25.7
  • Green, Ann. Story--25.7
  • Hagaman, Dianne. How I Learned Not to Be a Photojournalist--45.7
  • Halasz, Frank G. "Seven Issues": Revisited--45.8
  • Hamann, Jon. Relational System: Introduction--45.9
  • Haraway, Donna Jeanne. Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective--43.18
  • Harpold, Terence. Conclusions--45.10
  • Harpold, Terence. Hypertext and Hypermedia: A Selected Bibliography--45.10
  • Hayles, Katherine. Walking in Water (review of Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics)--45.11
  • Helmreich, Stefan. Artificial Life and the Bio-Politics of Gender--45.12
  • Henry, Charles. Networks and Scholarly Communication--15.3
  • Hiltz, Starr Roxanne. Hypertext in Computer Mediated Communication Systems--47.13
  • Holzer, Jenny. Holzer Project--45.13
  • Hoppe, Joe. Bitter Obscurity--46.1
  • Hoppe, Joe. First Job Out of College--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Great River Road: Towards That True Head--46.2
  • Hoppe, Joe. Harmon Place--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Heart of a Saturday Night Full of Darkness--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Interview with Dave Letterman--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Invocation--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Journal of Erickson's Stage (JOE'S) 6 1/2--46.3
  • Hoppe, Joe. Labor Day Weekend Laundromat--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Laundry Cattin'--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. A Love Fantasy--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Memorial Day Weekend, LaCrosse Wisconsin--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Off Work on a Saturday Night--45.14
  • Hoppe, Joe. Running Out of Gas--45.14
  • Horton, Liz. A Novel Idea--42.10
  • Hu, Jixuan. An Introduction to General Cybernetics--Principles, Insights and Methods--11.2
  • Hummel, Volker. Homer der Hypertexte--46.4
  • Johnson-Eilola, Johndan. Little Machines: Print, Hypertext, Automation--46.5
  • Jonassen, David H. Designing Structured Hypertext and Structuring Access to Hypertext--43.13
  • Joyce, Brian. To Michael at Fifty--25.15
  • Joyce, Rosemary A. Embodying Personhood in Prehispanic Costa Rica--46.7
  • Joyce, Rosemary A. The Flight of Winter--26.1
  • Joyce, Rosemary A. The Social Construction of Power in Formative Period Honduras--46.6
  • Joyce, Rosemary A. Values as Reflected in Language--26.1
  • Joyce, Rosemary A. Women's Work: Images of Production and Reproduction in Pre-Hispanic Southern Central America--46.7
  • Joyce, Rosemary A. Your Future's in it--26.1
  • Joyce, Thomas. Poems--26.4
  • Kaplan, Nancy. The Multidisciplinary AppleShare Classroom--46.8
  • Kaplan, Nancy. Hypertext for Teaching and Learning--14.8
  • Kaplan, Nancy. Situated Writing: Hypertext as a Medium for Research Writing--47.8
  • Katz, Alyssa. So Many Words, So Few Megabytes--42.10
  • Katz, Jon. The Tales They Tell in Cyber-Space Are A Whole Other Story--46.9
  • Kauffman, Janet. Poems and stories--27.3
  • Kolb, David. Discourse Across Links--46.10
  • Komar, Kathleen. Technique and Structure in Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz--46.18
  • Krizanc, John. Do It By the Book--42.11
  • Kwinter, Sanford. Landscapes of Change: Boccioni's Stati d'animo as a general Theory of Models--46.11
  • Larkin, Jill H. Text Representation with Traditional Text and Hypertext--43.21
  • Lauerman, Dave. Poems--2.4
  • Laufer, Roger. Les enfants du micro--46.12
  • Lillington, Karlin. Portrait of the Artist as a Webmaster--46.13
  • Malloy, Judy. Artware: Intelligent, Responsive Works of Art Are Changing Our Ideas about Art--42.11
  • Marcel, Gabriel. The Creative Vow as Essence of Fatherhood--46.14
  • Marlatt, Daphne. Reading and Writing Between the Lines--46.15
  • McCorduck, Pamela. Review of afternoon, a story--42.11
  • McGann, Jerome. The Complete Writings and Pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Hypermedia Research Archive--46.16
  • McKnight, Lee. Interactive Entertainment Television: A Study Series--43.13
  • McLean, Andrew M. Joyce's Ulysses and Döblin's Alexanderplatz Berlin--46.18
  • Melrod, George. Digital Unbound--42.10
  • Mitchell, Breon. Joyce and Döblin: At the Crossroads of Berlin Alexanderplatz--46.18
  • Moulthrop, Stuart. Hypertext and "the Hyperreal"--46.19
  • Moulthrop, Stuart. Polymers, Paranoia, and the Rhetorics Hypertext--46.20
  • Mylonas, Elli. Architectures for Volatile Hypertext--43.9
  • Mylonas, Elli. Hypertext Fiction for Teaching and Learning--14.8
  • Nelson, Ted. The Xanadu Project--osf 41.2
  • Neuman, Russell. Interactive Entertainment Television: A Study Series--43.13
  • Newman, Edwin. Speaking Freely: An interview with Robert Graves--46.21
  • Northcut, Babe. Invocation--45.14
  • Ochiva, Dan. Newmedia: Virtual Rooms and the Art of Memory--46.22
  • Peters, Paul Evan. Networks and Scholarly Communication--15.3
  • Pinter, Harold. Old Times--46.23
  • Pirofsky, Daniel. The Double Eye: An Experiment in Writing Towards a Theory of the Holoscope--47.1
  • Pohl, R. D. Literary Landscape Takes in All Comers--42.10
  • Pohl, R. D. Will the Print Culture Give Way to Computers?--42.11
  • Porush, David. Cybernetic Fiction and Postmodern Science--47.2
  • Porush, David. The Self-Narrating Universe; The Anthropic Cosmology Principle and Postmodern Literature--47.2
  • Powe, B. W. The Glenn Gould Hypermedia Profile--osb 53
  • Punday, Daniel. Toying with the Parser: Aesthetic Materiality in Electronic Writing--20.5
  • Purves, Alan C. Finding God in Hyperspace: Reflections on the Second Reformation--47.3
  • Quittner, Joshua. A Novel Computer Program--42.11
  • Quittner, Joshua. Read Any Good Webs Lately?--47.4
  • Quittner, Joshua. When Art Resembles National Security--42.11
  • Rakov, Simon A. Hypertext and Nonlinear Narrative: A Critical Analysis and Perspective--48.7
  • Redmond, Kathryn A. There Is No Simple Way to Say This: Critical Trauma and the Hypertext Novel Afternoon--49.1
  • Retallack, Joan. Blue Notes on the Know Ledge--47.5
  • Rosenberg, Jim. The Structure of Hypertext Activity--47.6
  • Rothenberg, David. The Zone--47.7
  • Sainsbury, Alison. How He Did It--47.8
  • Schank, Roger C. Memory, Meaning, and Syntax--47.9
  • Schmidt, Steve. Does Floppy Fiction Spell End for the "Linear" Book?--42.11
  • Schneider, Michel. Glenn Gould, Piano Solo: Aria et Trente Variations--47.10
  • Sloboda, David Peter. Ending or Exhaustion: Closure and Hypertextual Fiction--49.3
  • Stensaas, Starla. The Transformed and Transforming Image in the Shift from Print to Digital Culture--47.11
  • Svoboda, Terese. Fictional Whoppers: Read Them Your Way--42.10
  • Theberge, Paul. Glenn Gould and Marshall McLuhan--47.12
  • Tieck, Ludwig. The Fair-Haired Eckbert--46.21
  • Tulving, Endel. How Many Memory Systems are There?--43.13
  • Turoff, Murray. Hypertext in Computer Mediated Communication Systems--47.13
  • Walker, Jill. Piecing Together and Tearing Apart: Finding the Story in Afternoon--47.14
  • Warland, Betsy. Reading and Writing Between the Lines--46.15
  • Weinbren, Grahame. Pointing Toward the Interactive Cinema--47.15
  • Wingert, Bernard. Kann man Hypertexte lessen?--47.16
  • Unidentified. Mr. Payback--48.3-4
  • Unidentified. Whitman in Cyberspace: Varieties of Alchemical Experience--48.5

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