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Title: open.ended

URL: http://mrl.nyu.edu/~dhowe/open/open.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Readers of print conventionally ignore the page surface so as to concentrate on interpreting what is printed there; in "open.ended," by contrast, surfaces are integral. Readers interact with lines of poetry that appearon two translucent shapes - one nested within the other. Because words on the inner shape are visible through the outer one, the printed lines can be read together or separately. The number of possible surface/text combinations is limited, but by merging shapes a surprising range of new stanzas can result. The reader can also control her angle of view so that more than one surface is visible, though all the words may not be legible. As the surfaces obscure the words, the materiality of the digital shapes overcomes linguistic signification. This phenomenon of surface overcoming text also occurs when the shapes overlap and obscure portions of the text. "open.ended" amounts to a poem without beginning or end since one does not move through the text in any predetermined order, yet the poetic object has boundaries delimited by the eight rotating surfaces. The reader's interaction with the shifting text is augmented--and usefully constrained--by an audio track of the author reading so that we, reading to ourselves, are reminded of lines from the poem we have already encountered, or we are given a preview of text to come. Despite the literal instability of the moving text, the audio track is the same each time, which lends consistency to repeated readings. Entry drafted by: Ben Underwood

Captured 15 times between Apr 27, 2009 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   poetry flash audio interactive 3D spatialization

Title: [theHouse]

URL: http://maryflanagan.com/house/index.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Mary Flanagan's "[theHouse]" is a digital poem-environment that consists of strings of transparent, three-dimensional, occasionally intersecting, shifting boxes that are accompanied by paired lines, which in turn are re-combined as the piece progresses; we may watch them as they move across the screen, grow larger or smaller or rotate so that we read them in reverse—as if we could walk to the back of our language. Or, should we want to determine the shape and direction of the text/boxes, we can try to interact with the text/boxes through the mouse. Since Flanagan writes that "[a]s in much of electronic literature, the experience of the work as an intimate, interactive, screen-based piece is essential to understanding and appreciating it," the experience of interacting with this text-environment is primarily one of struggle or difficulty since there is no way to gain control over the text--no way to determine the direction in which the piece shifts. Pulling right on the mouse does not guarantee that the text will also shift right or rotate clockwise; moving the mouse up does not necessarily allow us to venture deep inside the boxes or the text—we may have just flipped the boxes/text or moved to a bird's eye view of this strange computer-text-organism. Thus, despite my interactions with the text, despite the fact that I can "read" most of the lines, in its difficulty "[theHouse]" is at least in part about the mediating effects of an interface that, despite Flanagan's claim above, offers intimacy while also declining it. Entry drafted by: Lori Emerson

Captured 12 times between Apr 27, 2009 and Nov 22, 2010

Subject:   Animation/Kinetic individual work 3D interactive poetry interactive art

Title: Zaira, City of Memories

URL: http://www.haveatrip.net/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: "Zaira, City of Memories", by Gökçen Ergüven, is a Flash-based hypertext loosely inspired by Italo Calvino’s "Invisible Cities". The piece combines interactive visual imagery derived from photographs of the urban settings to which the piece refers with brief descriptive passages, aphoristic statements, and poetic musings. The overall structure is organized around a map-like navigation tool which allows readers to follow the text along forking paths, reminiscent of the subway interface of Geoff Ryman’s "253". Unlike Ryman’s hypertext novel, Ergüven’s work follows a single narrative perspective, but does so across the space of three different cities and temporal frames: Ankara (the capital of Turkey, where, according to the author’s abstract, Ergüven was born), Istanbul (where the author lives), and London (where the author would like to live). Zaira is the imaginary city where the past of memory, the present of being, and the desire for the future coexist. Entry drafted by: Davin Heckman

Captured 5 times between May 28, 2010 and May 28, 2012

Videos: 6 Videos Captured

Subject:   antecedent calvino hyperbook hypertext novel invisible cities

Title: YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES Presents

URL: http://www.yhchang.com/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Flash poems with sound track and cinematic elements, presented as simple black text on white background flashing by in a rhythm syncopated to music, typically jazz. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 19 times between May 02, 2008 and Nov 10, 2012

Subject:   flash sound art time-based critical/philosophical electronic music Collaboration net art Multilingual or Non-English poetry parody/satire

Title: Writing Technologies

URL: http://www.ntu.ac.uk/writing_technologies/index.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Context

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Writing Technologies was launched in 2007 and is devoted to the research on the relationship between technology and textuality. The peer-reviewed journal publishes twice a year: one themed and one open issue. It offers a forum for paper submissions that examine the textual opportunities and transformations of the literary that technology enables. Emerging digital textualities will be discussed as well as new technologies of textual reproduction that restructure literary history, which transform interpretation and even transfigure the literary object itself. Also, essays on literary texts that engage thematically with technology are welcomed. ISSN: 1754-9035. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 8 times between May 08, 2009 and Nov 08, 2012

Title: Word Circuits Gallery

URL: http://www.wordcircuits.com/gallery/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: A collection of electronic literature from 1998 to 2004 which contains, as well, guides, syllabi, downloadable software, and commentary on electronic literature. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 21 times between Nov 04, 2007 and Nov 10, 2012

Videos: 1 Videos Captured

Subject:   hypertext electronic literature fiction commentary syllabi collection digital poetics poetry

Title: Wondercafe

URL: http://www.wondercafe.ca/

Collection: United Church of Canada sites

Organization: United Church of Canada Archives

Description: The home of open-minded discussion and exploration of spiritual topics, moral issues and life's big questions, brought to you by the people of The United Church of Canada

Captured 2 times between Sep 28, 2012 and Dec 28, 2012

Videos: 302 Videos Captured

Title: windsound

URL: http://collection.eliterature.org/1/works/cayley__windsound.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: John Cayley’s “windsound” is an algorithmic work presented as a 23-minute recording of a machine-generated reading of scrambled texts. The cinematic work presents a quicktime-video of white letters on a black screen, a text written by Cayley with a translation of the chinese poem “Cadence: Like a Dream” by Qin Guan (1049-1100). As a sensory letter-by-letter performance, the work sequentially replaces letters on the screen, so that what starts as illegible text becomes readable as a narrative, and then again loses meaning in a jumble of letters. Cayley calls this technique “transliteral morphing: textual morphing based on letter replacements through a sequence of nodal texts.” Sequences of text appear within up to 15 lines on the same screen, thus presenting and automatically replacing a longer text on a digitally simulated single page-a concept Judd Morrissey also applied in "The Jew´s Daughter". Unlike Morrissey’s piece, Cayley’s doesn´t allow the user to interact with the work that appears as a text-movie with ambient sound, murmurs of voices, windsound and synthetic female and male voices reading the non-readable to the viewer. With the letters, narrative perspectives also morph and switch fluidly between the lyrical-I, Christopher, Tanaka or Xiao Zhang, who appear in the story. Thus, the sentence: "‘We know,’" Tanaka had said in English/"‘Tomorrow if we meet/I will have to kill you myself/’" is, in the algorithmic process of the work, later spelled out by the I-narrator. As stated at the very end of the work, John Cayley created “windsound” in memory to Christopher Bledowski. What remains after a blackened screen and a start-over of morphing letters before they vanish conclusively, is windsound. At a certain point in the movie the text says "you have to be/to stay/silent/to hear it" and it seems like the reader has to be silent, too, listening to what he cannot understand, patiently waiting for the moment of legibility. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

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Subject:   poetry appropriated texts ambient non-interactive synthetic voices algorithmic soundscape transliteral morphing

Title: V: Vniverse

URL: http://vniverse.com/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: A Shockwave work by Stephanie Strickland and Cynthia Lawson. This work was made as the third component of an intermedia poem whose two other parts were bound together, upside down to each other, in a volume written by Strickland and published by Penguin, V: WaveSon.nets/Losing L'una, 1992. At the center of the book are pointers to the url. The digital poem was published in the Iowa Review Web, 2002, with critical material by Jaishree Odin, and with an essay by the authors in New River, 2003.

Captured 21 times between Aug 06, 2007 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   visual poetry interactive collaborative textual instrument women authors shockwave poetry kinetic text

Title: Unknown Territories: Voyage Into The Unknown

URL: http://www.unknownterritories.org/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: "Voyage into the Unknown" by Roderick Coover is an historical non-fiction hypertext about the first geographic expedition down the Colorado River in 1869. The three-month journey was led by John Wesley Powell who, with his eight fellow boatmen, departed from Green River City in northern Utah towards the Gulf of California. Coover investigates in the question of how we come to know and imagine an "unknown territory" and provides the answer with the navigational technique he applies in his work: an interactive panoramic environment with a digitally re-worked map of the journey, in which the user navigates though the desert landscape using a seamless, horizontally scrolling interface. The reader, who takes the perspective of crew member George Bradley, faces an unknown literary space he can choose to explore in several different ways. He can either use red arrows to move back and forth within the landscape or use the "key" numbered from one to twenty that recalls a chapter-like navigation. In order to "read the unknown territory", the user is forced to explore the map that is marked with points of interest. These markers (abbreviations that are explained in an introductory agenda at the beginning of the piece) work like hyperlinks that, once activated, name places passed, people the group met or events they experienced. A diary-like narrative unfolds in short excerpts of texts that reveal what happend when the crew was declared dead and how they managed to survive in "the darkest hour" when subsistences decreased each day. The narrative is contested with researched facts that interwine with actual diary accounts and works by John Wesley Powell, along with additional publications by other crew members (George Bradley, John Sumner, and Frederick Dellenbaugh). Coover also integrates primary visual works by E.O. Beaman, John Hillers, and Thomas Moran with new and original writing, artwork, and interactive devices. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 4 times between Jul 27, 2009 and May 28, 2010

Subject:   hypertext Flash nonfiction historical

Title: United Future | The United Church of Canada

URL: http://www.unitedfuture.ca/

Collection: United Church Initiatives

Organization: United Church of Canada Archives

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Title: Uncle Roger

URL: http://www.well.com/user/jmalloy/uncleroger/partytop.html/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Uncle Roger by Judy Malloy first appeared from 1986-1987, placing it among the first generation of hypertexts produced on disks - contemporaneous with the earliest versions of Michael Joyce’s "afternoon: a story." The current (2003) revised web-version attempts to keep the original hypertext layout, design, and interaction. The work consists of a series of text nodes, connected via hyperlinks on words and icons. The node texts form a longer narrative in three parts: “A Party in Woodside,” “The Blue Notebook,” “Terminals.” The three sections, or "files" as the author calls them, intertwine personal recollections with descriptions of a pre-Internet, pre-PC age in California. The narrator, Jenny, serves as a focal point. The title figure “Uncle Roger” is Jenny’s uncle, an eccentric semiconductor market analyst, and the Silicon Valley culture and chip industry form the narrative backdrop. The stories bring together pieces of conversation at a California party with Jenny’s memories. In classic hyperfiction fashion, the reader chooses a path through the nodes by clicking on linked words or images. For instance, the section called “Terminals” features a keyboard-like set of icons that function as a navigational tool for accessing the separate story sections. Entry drafted by: Maria Engberg

Captured 8 times between Nov 22, 2010 and Aug 22, 2012

Title: Turbulence

URL: http://www.turbulence.org/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Turbulence, a project of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. has commissioned 140 networked art works and hosted more than 20 distributed, real-time, multilocation performance events since 1996. An archive of these projects, including many with a strong literary focus, is maintained on the site. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 34 times between Sep 11, 2007 and Nov 10, 2012

Videos: 5925 Videos Captured

Subject:   institutions organization net art interviews network forms

Title: Third Sunday of Easter

URL: http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/files/calendar/pdfs/10amEaster3_2013_FINAL.pdf

Collection: Trinity Wall Street Church Website

Organization: Trinity Church Wall Street

Description: Easter Season Bulletins 2013

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Title: These Waves of Girls

URL: http://www.yorku.ca/caitlin/waves/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: These Waves of Girls is a hypermedia novella exploring memory, girlhoods, cruelty, childhood play, and lesbian sexuality. The piece is composed as a series of small stories, artifacts, interconnections, and meditations from the point of view of a girl (or girls) at various ages from four to twenty. Fisher's work is distinct for its hypermedia features: each text passage is illustrated by new images and therefore presents a new interface for each chunk of text, some passages are read by the author. On the level of content, the story's characters try to find and come to terms with their sexuality. Figuratively, this construction of self is mirrored in the hypertextual structure Fisher makes use of: The reader witnesses the characters' identity construction by following one link after the other, coming closer to what identity means to the stories' characters': "We've all been fifteen. I look very much the same, only at fifteen I'm a little larger, a little stronger. I'll believe anything. I tell people I believe nothing." Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 21 times between Nov 04, 2007 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext flash women authors audio fiction dhtml html sexuality memoir

Title: The Unknown

URL: http://unknownhypertext.com/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: The Unknown is a collaborative hypertext novel written on the World Wide Web during the turn of the millennium. It is a text about a book tour that takes on the excesses of a rock tour. The work is notorious for breaking the "comedy barrier" in electronic literature, replacing the pretentious modernism and self-consciousness of previous hypertext works with a pretentious postmodernism and self-absorption that is more satirical in nature. The Unknown includes several sections or "lines" of content including a sickeningly decadent hypertext novel, metafictional bullshit, documentary material, correspondence, art projects, documentation of live readings, a press kit, and more. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 28 times between Aug 06, 2007 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext network novel encyclopedic metafiction comedy collaborative postmodern fiction parody/satire html/dhtml network forms

Title: The United Church of Canada

URL: http://www.united-church.ca/

Collection: United Church of Canada sites

Organization: United Church of Canada Archives

Description: The official website for The United Church of Canada

Captured 7 times between Jul 09, 2012 and Jan 09, 2013

Videos: 137 Videos Captured

Title: The Rockefeller Archive Center

URL: http://www.rockarch.org/

Collection: RAC

Organization: Rockefeller Archive Center

Description: Internet homepage for the Rockefeller Archive Center

Captured 6 times between Aug 17, 2012 and Dec 17, 2012

Subject:   Archives Rockefeller family

Title: The Purpling

URL: http://research-intermedia.art.uiowa.edu/tirw/vol9n2/artworks/The_Purpling/index.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Prose poem published in The Iowa Review Web (TIR-W), Volume 9, Number 2: "Instruments and Playable Texts" (2008). “The Purpling” is comprised of approximately ten basic web pages of eight to ten lines each. By clicking on hyperlinks connected to segments of varying lengths, the reader enters what guest editor Stuart Moulthrop calls a "maze of recirculating expression.” While the words on the screen remain static, the reader's experience of "meaning" varies depending on the order of visited links. These visited links, in most browsers, also appear in purple, which becomes a visual representation of not only the work's title, but also the mingling of the reader with the text. Consequently, in both form and content, the work calls attention to nature of reading and questions the authority of a text. Entry drafted by: Crystal Alberts

Captured 15 times between Apr 27, 2009 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext poetry procedural constraint-based

Title: The Progressive Dinner Party

URL: http://www.heelstone.com/meridian/templates/Dinner/dinner1.htm

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: As part of the online journal Riding the Meridian, The Progressive Dinner Party invites the reader to explore thirty-nine online works by women as part of a culinary reading journey through eight different countries and four continents: Cocktails from Australia, Hors d’oeuvres from Europe, Salad from Canada, Fish from the Coasts, Entrée from the US Heartland, Dessert from the Tropics and Brandy and Coffee from New York. The website offers these tempting culinary trajectories for a transnational hypertextual and hypermedial reading experience (playing on the double-meaning of ‘menu’), as well as takes the reader through a hypertextual world map and to a virtual table, which all become an indexical transit zone for a computer-based reading journey from one electronic region of the world to another. A commentary on the collection is provided by N. Katherine Hayles and Talan Memmott. Entry drafted by: Martina Pfeiler

Captured 12 times between Oct 09, 2009 and Aug 10, 2012

Videos: 51 Videos Captured

Title: The Presbyterian Voice: A publication of the Synod of Living Waters

URL: http://presbyvoice.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Living Waters

Title: The Nader Page | writings from Ralph Nader

URL: http://nader.org/

Collection: International Whistleblower Archive

Organization: International Whistleblower Archive

Captured 19 times between Jul 16, 2011 and Jan 16, 2013

Title: The Mandrake Vehicles

URL: http://www.conduit.org/online/buchanan/buchanan.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: This Flash-based creation encompasses a series of 3 prose poems that gradually dissolve (in animated sequences) to reveal poems "hidden" within them. Each of three initial block texts can be read sequentially; however, the essence of this piece is the way letters fly from those initial texts to reveal the hidden poems. Each of these three initial texts have two poems "embedded" in them. At first, the remaining letters remain in place, like the buildings that survived the earthquake. On subsequent pages, these characters close ranks to form the words of the embedded poems. Additionally, each surviving letter casts off versions of itself which fall down the surface of the poem, colliding with other cast-off versions and forming alternate unused words which stack up in a heap below the poem. Thematically, the pieces bring together the "famous occult associations of the European mandrake" with the American one (mayapple). The poems play with the rhizomatic nature of roots and rhizomes of literary allusions. Readers cannot uproot these mandrakes without being caught in the underground tangle of sex, death, and renewal. Entry drafted by: Mark C. Marino

Captured 13 times between Oct 27, 2009 and Aug 22, 2012

Title: The Last Performance (dot org)

URL: http://thelastperformance.org/title.php/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Judd Morrissey, Goat Island, and 145+ additional contributors are contributing to the work-in-progress The Last Performance (dot org). The project’s developers describe it as “a constraint-based collaborative writing, archiving and text-visualization project responding to the theme of lastness in relation to architectural forms, acts of building, a final performance, and the interruption (that becomes the promise) of community.” The project is a kind of hopeful monster, a mutated form of literature that combines elements of dance and performance, information and physical architecture, and Oulipian constraint-driven approaches to writing. The visual presentation of the project is based on the structure and details of the Dzamija, a mosque built on top of an old church in Zagreb, Croatia. Elements of the structure were derived from a dance performance by Goat Island, a Chicago-based performance collective. The organizational principles of the text are largely algorithmic. The individual texts themselves are written in response to a series of odd, seemingly arbitrary constraints such as “Construct a last performance in the form of a heavy foot that weighs 2 tons and remains in good condition.” The texts that form the material basis of the project are contributed both by the authors who have been working most closely on the project for two years and by readers who stumble across it on the Web and decide to contribute a text by responding to a constraint or to one of the other texts.(...) Read the entire elit work article drafted by Scott Rettberg at: http://directory.eliterature.org/node/606

Captured 8 times between Nov 22, 2010 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext poetry collaborative narrative database visualization

Title: The Lair of the Marrow Monkey

URL: http://www.marrowmonkey.com/lair/index.htm/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Upon launching Erik Loyer's The Lair of the Marrow Monkey (1998), a web-based work of digital fiction powered by Shockwave software animation, readers not only see the opening navigation screen, but must feel their way around it. Nine circles orbit, carrousel-like, around a tower constructed with two triangles, one inverted and resting on top of the other. The sound of an eerie synthesized pulsing accompanies each rotation, which speeds up the farther away the reader moves the mouse. A tiny number appears at the foot of each, counting - up or down depending on which way the shapes orbit - from one to nine. (...) Read the entire elit work article Dave Ciccoricco at http://directory.eliterature.org/node/618

Captured 8 times between Nov 22, 2010 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   poetry audio music narrative cognition consciousness digital fiction interactive motion graphics interior monologue jazz letters memory mind poem posthuman spoken word

Title: The Jew's Daughter

URL: http://www.artic.edu/~jmorrissey/tjsd/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: "The Jew's Daughter" is an interactive, non-linear, multivalent narrative. A hypertext, but one that transforms the text (rather than just linking from one stable text to another). As soon as the reader moves the mouse over highlighted keywords (links), segments of a page replace one another fluidly. While always remaining syntactically and semantically intact, passages are replaced by a new text within a static rectangular text-space. The work's content corresponds to the unstable form: Characters, for example, are not fixed identities; they can be, by turns, contemporary and historical. The algorithmic text generation calls on readers to explore a text that changes with the addition or deletion of passages at random throughout the narrative. By placing authors and readers in direct relation to machine-generated text, this piece has helped ground debates on electronic literature. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 17 times between Oct 29, 2008 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext collaboration interactive generative text html/dhtml

Title: The Iowa Review Web v9n2

URL: http://research-intermedia.art.uiowa.edu/tirw/vol9n2/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: The Iowa Review Web’s issue on “Instruments and Playable Text” (published in July 2008, guest edited by Stuart Moulthroup) features seven poetic and narrative works by six authors concerned with writing at the level of interface and code. The featured works (by Judy Malloy, John Cayley, Nick Montfort, Shawn Rider, Elizabeth Knipe, and the editor himself) all explore operations of permutation, chance, and remixing prompted by the reader’s actions. These programmed digital works invite readers to engage in the (literary) play indeed, reading and play in these texts are inseparable. Readerly actions include clicking on images and texts in Malloy’s Concerto for Narrative Data to invoke voices and texts to appear in various formations and juxtapositions. In Nick Montfort’s The Purpling, color-coding and clickable text chunks cause the poem to gradually change into different texts. John Cayley’s riverIsland employs navigation via images, via clickable icons, or by dragging QuickTime images, to access 32 poems reflecting on nature, translation, and language. Both Elizabeth Knipe’s activeReader and Shawn Rider’s two works, So Random and PiTP, invite the reader to enter texts of their own. Finally, Moulthrop’s polyphonic Under Language mixes written text with spoken words and sounds as the reader clicks on the interface’s icons and texts. In this work, as in Cayley's riverIsland, sounds and spoken words also engage the reader as a listener. Different kinds of play, interaction, and participation are juxtaposed with the more standard ways of intellectually engaging with a literary work. Along with the works, The Iowa Review Web issue includes an editor’s introduction and statements by many of the featured artists/authors. Entry drafted by: Maria Engberg

Captured 16 times between Dec 06, 2008 and Aug 10, 2012

Videos: 20 Videos Captured

Subject:   Quick Time poetry combinatorial textual instrument fiction Critical/philosophical women authors html/dhtml procedural java constraint-based action script

Title: The Iowa Review Web

URL: http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/mainpages/tirwebhome.htm

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: The journal Iowa Review Web started to publish electronic writing in 1999. It includes - along with electronic literature - other varieties of experimental writing and art, author interviews, critical articles, and essays. ISSN number: 1541-972X. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 35 times between Aug 12, 2007 and Nov 10, 2012

Subject:   theory hypertext criticism essays fiction literary journal interviews reviews poetry art

Title: The Influencing Machine of Miss Natalija A.

URL: http://www.zoebeloff.com/influencing/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Zoe Beloff’s "Influencing Machine of Miss Natalija A." is flash adaptation of a multimedia installation of the same name created by Beloff in 2001. This web-enabled version combines video, text, audio, and animation to tell the story of Natalija A., a psychiatric patient who was unable to communicate except through writing. Natalija believed that she was being controlled remotely by an “influencing machine,” a mechanical model of her body created by a doctor in Berlin which could be manipulated to control her telepathically. Based on an actual 1919 account of Viennese psychoanalyst Victor Trausk, Beloff’s work contains passages from Trausk’s notebooks, simulated effects of the “diabolical machine,” surrealist footage of medical procedures, and video clips of the actual broadcast technologies that emerged during the early twentieth century to influence populations worldwide. Beloff’s piece is notable for its interface, which presents itself as a “book,” with weathered, yellow pages complete with faint traces of text bleeding through from their opposite sides. Embedded black and white videos enhance the uncanny feel of the piece, giving the “book’s” diagrams a haunting, hallucinatory mood. The audio of the piece combines soundtracks with the video clips with white noise and whispered recitations, suggesting that the mute Natalija is speaking through the book through supernatural means. The result is an atmosphere that seems faded and esoteric, preserving the enigmatic character of Natalija’s unresolved affliction, her allegation that Trausk himself was under the machine’s evil influence, and his suicide the following year. Taken as a whole, the piece might best be understood as a contemporary manifestation of the literary gothic, where facts and speculations anxiously intersect, and conspiratorial notions flourish. Entry drafted by: Davin Heckman

Captured  on May 28, 2010

Subject:   video creative non-fiction gothic installation

Title: The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume One

URL: http://collection.eliterature.org/1/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Collections of Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: The Electronic Literature Collection is a periodical publication of current and older electronic literature in a form suitable for individual, public library, and classroom use. Published by the Electronic Literature Organization. The publication is available both online at the ELO site and as a packaged, cross-platform CD-ROM. The collection includes author, title, and keyword indexes. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 9 times between Jul 13, 2007 and Apr 09, 2009

Subject:   Journal ELO Collection of Work

Title: The Dreamlife of Letters

URL: http://collection.eliterature.org/1/works/stefans__the_dreamlife_of_letters.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: A poet's playful meditation on the nature and function of letterforms in kinetic two-dimensional space. Dreamlife is a Flash animation, based on a text by the feminist literary theorist Rachel Blau DuPlessis, which explores the ground between classic concrete poetry, avant-garde, feminist practice, and "ambient" poetics. Stefans responded DuPlessis by using words of her text: "all I did was alphabetize the words in it and then construct shorter poems from them." The short film runs about 11 minutes and shows letters that perform their "dreams" on the screen. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 20 times between Feb 02, 2008 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   flash Animation/Kinetic visual poetry appropriated texts ambient non-interactive

Title: The Doll Games

URL: http://ineradicablestain.com/dollgames/index.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: The Doll Games is a hypertext project that documents a complex narrative game that Shelley and Pamela Jackson used to play when they were prepubescent girls, and frames that documentation in faux-academic discourse. In “sitting uneasily between” different styles of discourse, the work enlists the reader to differentiate between authoritative knowledge and play. Although the dolls in question are “things of childhood,” the project reveals that in the games the authors used to play with these dolls, one can find the roots of both Pamela and Shelley’s “grownup” lives: Shelley’s vocation as a fiction writer, and Pamela’s as a Berkeley-trained Ph.D. in Rhetoric. Throughout, the project plays with constructions of gender and of identity. This is a “true” story that places truth of all kinds in between those ironic question marks. The Doll Games is a network novel in the sense that it uses the network to construct narratives in a particularly novel way. The Doll Games is also consciously structured as a network document, and plays in an ironic fashion with its network context. (...) Read the entire elit work article drafted by Scott Rettberg at: http://directory.eliterature.org/node/609

Captured 8 times between Nov 22, 2010 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext parody/satire documentary gender

Title: The Collective Voice

URL: http://collectivevoice.chemheritage.org/

Collection: Chemical Heritage Foundation: July 2010 and prior

Organization: Chemical Heritage Foundation

Description: A project ten years in the making, the museum at the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) began as an idea to display CHF’s growing instrumentation collection. The vision has evolved into creating a museum that is the place to learn about the history of the chemical and molecular sciences. From 2005 to 2008, the curatorial team, along with designers, architects, and content experts, has been working to develop and refine the content, artifacts, and layout of the permanent exhibition in the museum, Making Modernity. We hope that you will visit our Web site and blog frequently to watch and comment as we “race” toward opening day and turn a decade-long dream into reality.

Captured  on Nov 23, 2010

Title: The Center

URL: http://thecenter.chemheritage.org/

Collection: Chemical Heritage Foundation: July 2010 and prior

Organization: Chemical Heritage Foundation

Description: The Center is the blog of the Center for Contemporary History and Policy (CCHP). As part of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, the Center offers historically grounded perspectives on issues related to the molecular sciences and technologies. The Center’s programmatic initiatives draw on diverse historical and contemporary source materials to provide knowledge, perspective, and advice to stakeholders from industry, academia, government, and citizen groups.

Captured  on Nov 23, 2010

Title: The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot

URL: http://www.wordcircuits.com/gallery/sandsoot

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: The “Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot” is a poem written by Stephanie Strickland as a score for a hypertext implementation, coded by Janet Holmes. Its images are suggestive of digital or mathematical culture, including Webcam photos, a core dump, an animated fractal, and algorithmic patterns inscribed in sand by a computer-driven steel ball. The latter images are from Jean-Pierre Hébert’s and Bruce Shapiro’s work, "Sisyphus" (1999). These images accompany the text of a love poem, a ballad of love gone wrong, or at least not entirely right, between Sand and Soot. At one level, the disjunction of image and text mirrors the difficulties of this pair. However, this discordance will spring into resonant oscillation for readers who either see or read an avatar of carbon-based chemistry in Harry Soot and silicon life in Sand. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 20 times between Aug 06, 2007 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext visual poetry interactive html women authors poetry

Title: Take One Step - A PBS Health Campaign . PBS

URL: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/takeonestep/

Collection: StationList-EoY07

Organization: WNET

Captured 20 times between Feb 16, 2008 and Nov 05, 2009

Title: TPT - Twin Cities Public Television | Home

URL: http://www.tpt.org/

Collection: StationList-EoY07

Organization: WNET

Captured 23 times between Jan 16, 2008 and Nov 05, 2009

Title: Sunshine 69

URL: http://www.sunshine69.com/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: In the Web's first hypertext novel Bobby Rabyd [Robert Arellano] explores the pop-cultural shadow-side of 1969 -- from the moon landing to the Manson murders, from a Vietnam veteran's PTSD to a rock star's idolatry, from the love-in at Woodstock to the murder at Altamont -- by relating intermixed stories and emphazising graphics and music. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 20 times between Nov 04, 2007 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext graphic audio fiction html historical novel

Title: So Random

URL: http://research-intermedia.art.uiowa.edu/tirw/vol9n2/artworks/soRandom/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Shawn Rider's "So Random" consists of a short hypertext narrative of a bus ride told from several different points of view. Each time a reader accesses the work, an instantiation of it is assembled from chunks of text based on tags assigned to each section. For a piece of electronic literature, the work has a conservative visual presentation. Each version consists of three pages that resemble the appearance of text in a word processing program. The reader has the option of reading the pages consecutively or of clicking on words to generate an entirely new three-page version of the work. With relatively few options, the reader is at the mercy of the algorithm assembling the text, and without access to the logic of the text selection, the work feels "so random." Entry drafted by: Ben Underwood

Captured 14 times between Jul 27, 2009 and Aug 22, 2012

Subject:   hypertext fiction Anthologies algorithm

Title: Snowden's father plans to visit son in Russia 'very soon' | Al Jazeera America

URL: http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2013/8/11/snowden-s-fathersecuresrussianvisaplanstovisitsonverysoon.html

Collection: International Whistleblower Archive

Organization: International Whistleblower Archive

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Title: slippingglimpse

URL: http://slippingglimpse.org/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: slippingglimpse is a 10-part generative Flash poem combining videos of ocean patterns with text. The work introduces three modes of reading: fullscreen, high resolution, and scroll-text mode. In the first two modes, fragments of words and phrases appear in the ocean, mapped and remapped to movement in the video image, turning from an unreadable text to a decipherable composition. In fullscreen mode, ocean videos "read" the poem text somatically or gesturally. In high-rez mode, the ocean-patterning itself is best visible, those patterns the videographer set out to capture and enhance. Only the scroll-text mode permits human reading of linear print text. The language of the poem comes in part from sampling and recombining the words of visual artists as they reflect on their own work (among them, Helaman Ferguson, Manfred Mohr, David Berg, Ellen Carey, Frances Dose, Marius Johnston, Jon Lybrook, Susan Rankaitis, Hildegard of Bingen). Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 20 times between Aug 06, 2007 and Aug 22, 2012

Videos: 60 Videos Captured

Subject:   flash collaborative kinetic text poetry women authors visual poetry video

Title: Ship of Fellows

URL: http://fellows.chemheritage.org/

Collection: Chemical Heritage Foundation: July 2010 and prior

Organization: Chemical Heritage Foundation

Description: Ship of Fellows is the Fellowship Blog at the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF), Philadelphia. CHF’s fellows reside at the Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry and the Center for Contemporary History and Policy which comprise the center for scholars within CHF.

Captured  on Nov 23, 2010

Title: Shadows Never Sleep

URL: http://www.technekai.com/shadow/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Shadows Never Sleep is the final story in a series of narratives written by Aya Karpinska, each exploring different aspects of reading using digital media. As with the prior works in the series, Shadows Never Sleep is evocative of children's stories and folk tales. The work is designed to make use of the iPhone as a storytelling platform. Rather than turning pages or selecting paths through the narrative, readers "zoom" into the story revealing new images and text. Shadows Never Sleep is divided into three "pages," each containing more panels than the prior, 1, 8, and 64 respectively. The simple black and white images are interposed with minimal text, evoking the play of light and dark, and the anthropomorphization of shadows that constitute the subject of this work. Entry drafted by: Dave Parry

Captured 13 times between Oct 27, 2009 and Aug 22, 2012

Videos: 12 Videos Captured

Subject:   interactive children`s stories zoom-narrative iphone picture-story classic folk tale

Title: Seattle Drift

URL: http://www.vispo.com/animisms/SeattleDrift.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Jim Andrews’ “Seattle Drift” is a play on motion and stasis, surface and depth. Its initially simple presentation consists of a self-described “bad text,” a subversive poem that moves and stutters around the screen when given the instruction to do so. A series of simple controls written in Dynamic HTML allows a user to guide its movement: one is given the option to “do” the text (which makes it drift around the screen), “stop” it (which freezes the letters mid-drift), or “discipline” it (which returns the letters to their original position). Stopping and starting the text allows the user to create new linguistic and visual configurations for the poem, and this flexibility is the cause of the text’s status as “bad”—it “used to be a poem, but drifted from the scene.” The poem dares its user with a come-on—“I just want you to do me”—that complicates the supposed transparency and stasis of the traditional written word, and makes the user an accomplice in this transformation. The poem itself has the experimental, minimalist quality that characterizes much of mid-90s net art, exploring the role of particular code functions in the construction of Web aesthetics while also playing with the code’s distance from (and closeness to) the surface of the Web browser. An Easter egg awaits those curious enough to explore the source code. Entry drafted by: Rob Schoenbeck

Captured  on Mar 05, 2010

Subject:   poetry animation html/dhtml

Title: SCI Home Page

URL: http://www.seamenschurch.org/

Collection: SCI Social Media

Organization: Seamen's Church Institute

Captured 5 times between May 21, 2012 and Dec 03, 2012

Title: Roulette

URL: http://www.cddc.vt.edu/journals/newriver/nrjguest/howe/

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: "Roulette" is a language game for readers, a single work that can be read in roughly 64,000 ways. The lines of the poem shift every time you interact with one of the three lines of the poem. By clicking and holding a block for a few moments, the reader can activate a change in the text. Only one line of the poem changes at a time, so the two stable lines give a context for the altered one, a background against which alternative meanings are generated. Those other lines can then be altered in turn. The work appears clothed in an endless night sky that foregrounds rotating, colorful cubic containers, each one containing smaller rotating cubes. From there, from out of the cubes, the word emerges along with background music that calls to mind a night out at the casino. The poetic content concerns philosophical questions concerning life, relationships, and language, and at times seems to generate a meta-commentary on randomness and the work itself. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 14 times between Jul 27, 2009 and Aug 22, 2012

Title: Rockefeller Archive Center Facebook

URL: http://www.facebook.com/RockefellerArchiveCenter/

Collection: RAC

Organization: Rockefeller Archive Center

Description: The Rockefeller Archive Center's organization page on Facebook.

Captured 4 times between Nov 09, 2012 and Dec 17, 2012

Videos: 89 Videos Captured

Subject:   Archives Rockefeller family

Title: Revelations of Secret Surveillance

URL: http://www.well.com/user/jmalloy/gunterandgwen/titlepage.html

Collection: Electronic Literature: Individual Works

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Revelations of Secret Surveillance weaves family history, fictional narrative and documentary material together in the story of German video artist Gunter and American writer Gwen. Spurred on by the discovery of a poem Gunter’s grandmother wrote in Nürnberg in 1933, they begin to explore past and present covert systems of surveillance and social control. Most of the characters in the narrative are recognizable from Malloy’s other work as is the minimalist visual layout of the epic composition, which is divided into preludes, interludes and cantos. The piece is composed as a hypertext in which the individual lexias work as independent entities. They can either be read sequentially by following the progression of the narrative (pressing the blue bar below the text), or the reading can branch out through the links (placed to the left of the interface). In this way an opaque, poetic universe is created, which questions causal relations as well as the probability of chance occurrences. The composition of the piece thus forms its own layer of reflection on the theme of covert surveillance and control. Entry drafted by: Kristin Veel

Captured  on Mar 05, 2010

Subject:   hypertext control epic surveillance

Title: Recombinant Poetics

URL: http://projects.visualstudies.duke.edu/billseaman/texts.php

Collection: Electronic Literature: Context

Organization: Electronic Literature Organization

Description: Where texts interrelate with image, sound, and video, readers of electronic literature can witness linguistic transformations, unfamiliar arrangements of signifiers and what is signified. In his practice as a professional artist, teacher, and researcher, Seaman interests himself in image-music-text relations that, to his mind, act to generate meaning as "language-vehicles." "Recombinant Poetics" integrates a number of disciplines into literary, artistic, musical, technological, scientific, and philosophical perspectives. Seaman's semiotic and linguistic approach has numerous points of contact with work in electronic literature, not least his involvement with combinatoric methods and Oulipian writing under constraint. The Page provides academic essays as well as poetic texts. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek

Captured 8 times between Jul 15, 2009 and Jan 27, 2011

Videos: 5 Videos Captured

Title: RAC (rockarch_org) on Twitter

URL: https://twitter.com/rockarch_org/

Collection: RAC

Organization: Rockefeller Archive Center

Description: The Rockefeller Archive Center's twitter account.

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Subject:   Archives Rockefeller family

Title: Public Citizen Home Page

URL: http://citizen.org/

Collection: International Whistleblower Archive

Organization: International Whistleblower Archive

Captured 20 times between Jul 16, 2011 and Jan 16, 2013

Videos: 8467 Videos Captured

Title: Proceedings of the 1998 Conference on the History and Heritage of Science Information Systems

URL: http://assets.chemheritage.org/explore/ASIS_documents/ASIS98_main.htm

Collection: Chemical Heritage Foundation: July 2010 and prior

Organization: Chemical Heritage Foundation

Captured  on Oct 23, 2010

Title: Presbyterian Mission Agency (Twitter)

URL: https://twitter.com/PCUSAMission/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) National Agencies

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Mission Agency

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Trinity

URL: http://www.syntrinity.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Trinity

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Sun

URL: http://synodsun.com/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Sun

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Southwest

URL: http://www.synodsw.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Southwest

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Rocky Mountains

URL: http://www.synodrm.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Rocky Mountains

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Pacific

URL: http://www.synodpacific.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Pacific

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Northeast

URL: http://www.synodne.org

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Northeast

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Mid-Atlantic

URL: http://www.synatlantic.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Mid-Atlantic

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Covenant

URL: http://www.synodofthecovenant.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of the Covenant

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Southern California and Hawaii

URL: http://www.synod.org/index.html

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Southern California and Hawaii

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of South Atlantic

URL: http://www.synodofsouthatlantic.org

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of South Atlantic

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Mid-America

URL: http://synodma.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Mid-America

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Living Waters

URL: http://www.synodoflivingwaters.com/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Living Waters

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Lincoln Trails

URL: http://www.lincolntrails.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Lincoln Trails

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Lakes and Prairies

URL: http://www.lakesandprairies.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Lakes and Prairies

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Boriquen

URL: http://sinodoboriquen.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Boriquen

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Alaska-Northwest

URL: http://www.synodnw.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Synods

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Synod of Alaska-Northwest

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Upper Ohio Valley

URL: http://uovpresby.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Upper Ohio Valley

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area

URL: http://www.presbyterytwincities.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Redwoods

URL: http://www.redwoodspresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Redwoods

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Pines

URL: http://www.pinespby.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Pines

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Peaks

URL: http://www.peakspresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Peaks

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Palisades

URL: http://www.palpres.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Videos: 34 Videos Captured

Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Palisades

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Pacific

URL: http://pacificpresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Pacific

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the James

URL: http://presbyteryofthejames.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the James

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Heartland

URL: http://www.heartlandpby.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Heartland

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Cascades

URL: http://www.cascadespresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of the Cascades

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of de Cristo

URL: http://www.presbyterydecristo.org/clientimages/50548/website/index.htm

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of de Cristo

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Yukon - History

URL: http://www.yukonpresbytery.com/History/SecondOpeningPage.htm

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Yukon - History

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Yukon

URL: http://pbyukon.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Yukon

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Yellowstone

URL: http://www.yellowstonepcusa.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Yellowstone

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Wyoming

URL: http://pbywy.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Wyoming

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Winnebago

URL: http://www.winnebagopresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Winnebago

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Whitewater Valley

URL: http://www.whitewatervalley.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Whitewater Valley

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western Reserve

URL: http://www.preswesres.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western Reserve

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western North Carolina

URL: http://www.presbyterywnc.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western North Carolina

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western New York

URL: http://www.pbywny.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western New York

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western Kentucky

URL: http://presbyteryofwesternkentucky.yolasite.com/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western Kentucky

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western Colorado

URL: http://www.wcopresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Western Colorado

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of West Virginia

URL: http://www.wvpresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of West Virginia

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of West Jersey

URL: http://www.wjpresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of West Jersey

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Washington

URL: http://www.washingtonpresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Washington

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Wabash Valley

URL: http://www.ourpresbytery.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Wabash Valley

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Utica

URL: http://utica1pres.wordpress.com/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Utica

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Utah

URL: http://www.pbyutah.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Utah

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Tropical Florida

URL: http://www.tfpby.org/

Collection: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Presbyteries

Organization: Presbyterian Historical Society

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbytery of Tropical Florida

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