The programme of events for the workshop will take place on the morning of the 1st of May in Room 342B. This year all Hypertext workshops are half day only and as such the workshop will only take place in the morning, and not all day as in previous years.

All presentations this year will be in 15 minute slots, with 10 minutes of presentation and 5 minutes for questions. At the end of the workshop that will be an open discussion session for a discourse on the issues and questions raised during the day, and ways to move forward.

The programme will be as follows:

08.30-09.00Arrival and Introductions
09.00-10.00Presentation Session 1: Hypertext Narrative and The HumanitiesAnnika Wolff: Curation, Curation, Curation
Sylvia Stoyanova: Fragmentary Narrative and the Formation of Pre-Digital Scholarly Hypertextuality (G. Leopardi's Zibaldone and its hypertext rendition)
David Kolb: Narrative Hypertext, On the Level
Faith Lawrence: Gnome on the Range: Finding the Hypertextual Narratives in Ancient Wisdom Texts
10.30-11.00Presentation Session 2: Hypertext Narrative SystemsEfstratios Gallopoulos: Onomatology and Content Analysis of Ergodic Literature
Rosamund Davies: Adapting Historical Drama for the Web: a model for metadata backed publishing of historical drama programmes
11.00-12.00Open Discussion and Conclusions