King Khalid University Held A World Conference on Arabic E-Lit

A world conference on Arabic E-Lit was organized by Department of Arabic language, King Khalid University (KKU), Abha, Saudi Arabia. The conference, entitled “The Arabic Language and the Literary Text on the World Net,” was held in the period 14-16 Feb. 2017. Many researchers from 14 countries participated in the conference with 41 research papers. … More King Khalid University Held A World Conference on Arabic E-Lit

Reham Hosny Addresses the Genesis and Development of Arabic E-Lit in King Khalid University’s Conference

Reham Hosny, research scholar at RIT, New York and assistant lecturer at Minia University, Egypt, participated in King Khalid University’s Conference, KSA, held in the period 14-16 Feb. 2017. In her paper, Reham discussed the challenges of today’s digital world and the status quo of the literary Arabic digital context. She also investigated the different … More Reham Hosny Addresses the Genesis and Development of Arabic E-Lit in King Khalid University’s Conference

King Khalid University Honors Professor Baldwin for his E-Lit Global Efforts

King Khalid University, one of the leading Saudi universities, bestowed its highest honors on Sandy Baldwin, Professor of English at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), for his global efforts in developing electronic literature. King Khalid University held a conference entitled “The Arabic Language and the Literary Text on the World Net” in the period 14-16 … More King Khalid University Honors Professor Baldwin for his E-Lit Global Efforts

“Transcontinental Texts: Reality or Fantasy? Muhammad Sanajilah’s Novel Chat as a Sample” by Eman Younis

Eman Younis, a head of Dep’t of Arabic Language and Literature at Beit Berl College, has published a new article in Hyperrhiz 16. In her article entitled “Transcontinental Texts: Reality or Fantasy? Muhammad Sanajilah’s Novel Chat as a Sample,” Younis investigates the possibility of writing a transcontinental global text that negate the element of Place … More “Transcontinental Texts: Reality or Fantasy? Muhammad Sanajilah’s Novel Chat as a Sample” by Eman Younis

“E-Lit in Arabic Universities: Status Quo and Challenges” by Reham Hosny

Reham Hosny, a research scholar at RIT, New York and a lecturer at Minia University, Egypt, has published a new article in Hyperrhiz 16. In her article entitled “E-Lit in Arabic Universities: Status Quo and Challenges,” Hosny addresses the status quo of teaching e-lit in Arabic universities and challenges that hinder its progress. Hosny’s article is … More “E-Lit in Arabic Universities: Status Quo and Challenges” by Reham Hosny

“Globalizing Electronic Literature”: A New Special Issue of Hyperrhiz

Hyperrhiz 16, edited by Sandy Baldwin, Reham Hosny, and Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang, spotlights electronic literature in different parts of the world like the Arab World, Spain, Portugal, and India. This new special issue addresses important questions: How global is electronic literature? what would global electronic literatures look like? could e-lit be literature’s best chance to be … More “Globalizing Electronic Literature”: A New Special Issue of Hyperrhiz