Interférences litteraires/literaire interferenties (ISSN 2031-2970) is a peer-reviewed, international and multilingual online journal (DOAJ) devoted to the interaction between literature and cultural and societal practices. Our journal’s project is to explore the ways in which literature and society have been involved and look at uncharted processes of exchange between the different discourses, their models, structures and forms of imagination/representation. We invite research that recalibrates the relationship between what is commonly called the literary and the non-literary and throws new light on the interplay of the various actors and forces that make up culture.

Vol 25 (2021): Literature and/as (the) Digital

Published: 2021-10-24

Close Listening and Synesthetic Reading Across Multiple Poetry Archives: Tracking the Performative Afterlives of a Poem

James Lee, Ankit Basnet, Holly Virginia Clark, Michael Hennessey, Arlene Johnson, Wendy Burk, Nidhi Mavani

68-92

Thresholds to the “Great Unread”: Titling Practices in Eleven ELTeC Collections

Roxana Patras, Carolin Odebrecht, Ioana Galleron, Rosario Arias, Berenike J. Herrmann, Cvetana Krstev, Katja Mihurko Poniž, Dmytro Yesypenko

163-187

#GraphPoem: Automatic Classification of Rhyme and Diction in Poetry

Vaibhav Kesarwani, Diana Inkpen, Chris Tanasescu

218-235

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