Articles

Claudia Georgi; Brigitte Johanna Glaser, eds.

Convergence Culture Reconsidered: Media - Participation - Environments

(2015)

Claudia Georgi; Brigitte Johanna Glaser

Foreword

7 - 9 (2015)

Claudia Georgi

Reconsidering Convergence Culture and Its Consequences for Literary Studies

13 - 29 (2015)

Gorčin Dizdar

Mediating Meaning in Botticelli’s 'Primavera'

33 - 48 (2015)

Robert M.W. Brown

The Enemy of Environmentalism: Struggles with Divergent Convergence

49 - 63 (2015)

Inga Untiks

Performing Identities and Convergent Aesthetics in Contemporary Estonian Video Art

65 - 76 (2015)

Annika Rosbach

Translation and Convergence Culture: German Renderings of Uncle Tom’s Cabin

77 - 91 (2015)

Florian Freitag

‘Scribner’s Illustrated New Orleans’: Convergence Culture and Periodical Culture in Late 19th-Century America

95 - 110 (2015)

Jan-Erik Ella

Expanding Worlds: Neo-Victorianism, Fan Fiction, and the Death of the Author

111 - 122 (2015)

Sabina Fazli

Aspects of Victorian Serial Publication in Neo-Victorian Fiction: 'The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters' and 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen'

123 - 138 (2015)

Stephanie Kader

“When in Rome …”: Convergence Culture in Science Fiction Fandom

140 - 158 (2015)

Nicole Gabriel; Bogna Kazur; Kai Matuszkiewicz

Reconsidering Transmedia(l) Worlds

163 - 194 (2015)

Andrea C. Valente

Can Man with a Movie Camera Shoot Enemy Zero? Convergence and Transcoding in Michael Nyman’s Musical Scores

195 - 207 (2015)

Lai-Tze Fan

Converging Media and Modes: Digital Textuality and the Dissolution of Media Borders in Steven Hall’s The Raw Shark Texts

209 - 220 (2015)