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qualities of his writing. This work has included considerable discussion of the various ways in which Beckett’s plays, prose and poetry exhibit forms of word-music intermediality. Perhaps the most obvious manifestations of this occur when words and music appear alongside each other, with actual music used

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In: Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
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Intermediality joyfully transgresses the conventional analytical categories employed in scholarship. A case in point is the artist, composer, writer and publisher Dick Higgins who formulated the term “intermedia.” Higgins was the co-founder of Fluxus, an international avant-garde network of

In: Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
Systematic and Historical Perspectives on Intermedial, Transmedial, and Multimodal Theory and Practice
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The multidisciplinary series Studies in Intermediality comprises monographs and essay collections that explore dynamic relations between media, that is, complex processes of medial exchange, transformation, interaction, or interplay. The series highlights the fact that the field of Intermediality Studies has become increasingly variegated and that it advances overlapping, yet distinct theories of intermediality, transmediality, multimodality, and adaptation. These theories acknowledge an extensive range of relationships established among various media and investigate how more general conceptualizations of mediality emerge from ever-diversifying mediascapes, which incorporate media that have persisted for centuries as well as new formats (digital or otherwise) that continue to evolve.

The peer-reviewed volumes of Studies in Intermediality, which have been appearing since 2006, critically assess the internationally far-reaching and innovative scope of Intermediality Studies and related fields.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to the publisher at BRILL, Masja Horn.
Systematic and Historical Perspectives on Intermedial, Transmedial, and Multimodal Theory and Practice
The multidisciplinary series Studies in Intermediality comprises monographs and essay collections that explore dynamic relations between media, that is, complex processes of medial exchange, transformation, interaction, or interplay. The series highlights the fact that the field of Intermediality Studies has become increasingly variegated and that it advances overlapping, yet distinct theories of intermediality, transmediality, multimodality, and adaptation. These theories acknowledge an extensive range of relationships established among various media and investigate how more general conceptualizations of mediality emerge from ever-diversifying mediascapes, which incorporate media that have persisted for centuries as well as new formats (digital or otherwise) that continue to evolve in and across cultures.

The peer-reviewed volumes of Studies in Intermediality, which have been appearing since 2006, critically assess the internationally far-reaching and innovative scope of Intermediality Studies and related fields.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to the publisher at BRILL, Masja Horn.
All submissions are subject to a double-anonymous peer review process prior to publication.
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Intermedial Performance: Digital Connectivity Yap, Tyng Shiuh Abstract It is well recognised that performance practices and their development are intricately linked to media and technology. The intermedial in live performance is both a technological and a performative phenomenon. It

In: The Real and the Virtual: Critical Issues in Cybercultures