Stuart Moulthrop

Distinguished Professor


PhD, Yale

Areas of Research and Teaching

Electronic literature
Cybertext theory
Game culture
Digital media

Recent Publications

Salter, Anastasia, and Moulthrop, Stuart A. Twining: Critical and Creative Approaches to Hypertext Narratives. Amherst College Press, 2021: 450.

Kersting, Erik A., Malagon, Janelle A., and Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Before You Step Into the Stream.” Popular Culture Studies Journal 9.2 Ed. Erik Kersting, Janelle Malagon, CarrieLynn D. Reinhard. (2021).

Moulthrop, Stuart A. Dread Box. 1.1 Ed. William Luers. The Digital Review, 2020: N/A.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. Stromatolite. Spring 2020. Ed. Dashiel Carrera. New River, 2020: N/A.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Hypertext Fiction Ever After.” Electronic Literature as Digital Humanities. Ed. James O'Sullivan and Dene Grigar. Bloomsbury Academic Press, (2020): 151-162.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “'Turn Back from This Cave:' The Weirdness of _Beginner's Guide_.” Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds 12.1 Ed. Melissa Kagen. (2020): 91-103.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Why 2K.” Taper Volume 2 2. Ed. Angela Chang. Taper, (2018): N/A.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “'Just Not the Future:' Electronic Literature After the Fall.” Impactum (Portugal) 6.3 Ed. Rui Torres. (2018): 15.

Moulthrop, Stuart A., and Grigar, Dene. “Traversals: A Method of Preservation for Born-Digital Texts.” The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities. Ed. Jentery Sayers. Routledge Publishing, (2018): 351-361.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “'Just Not the Future:' Taking on Digital Writing.” The Routledge Handbook of Digital Writing and Rhetoric. Ed. J. Alexander and J. Rhodes. Routledge Publishing, (2018): 445-456.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Deep Time in Play.” Paradoxa 29. Ed. Ensslin, Astrid. (2017): 121-142.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. Show's Over: A Creditable Fiction. N.S. 1.2 Vassar Review, 2017.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “After Multimedia: Speed, Mass, and the Future Literary.” SIFL: Literature and Its Readership in the Changing World 2017. Ed. KIM, Uchang. Daesan Foundation, (2017): 278-292.

Moulthrop, Stuart A., and Grigar, Dene. Traversals: The Use of Preservation for Early Electronic Writing. MIT Press, 2017: 296.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Intimate Mechanics: One Model of Electronic Literature.” Hyperrhiz 17. (2017).

Moulthrop, Stuart A. The End of the White Subway. 5.Winter Ed. Hall, Matthew. New River: A Journal of Digital Writing and Art, 2016: Infinite (seriously).

Moulthrop, Stuart A., and Schumaker, Justin S. “Along the Folds: Sea and Spar and Portals Between.” Counter/Text 2.2 Ed. Callus, Ivan. (2016): 130-39.

Josephine, Anstey, Deena, Larsen, Nick, Montfort, Jason, Nelson, and Jody, Zellen. “i0.” cream city review, vol. 40 no. 1 40.1 Ed. Moulthrop, Stuart A., and McCormick, Loretta. cream city review, (2016): 10.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Sharing the Fantasy - Expanding the _Funhouse_.” 2016 R-CADE Symposium. Ed. Brown, James. Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (online), (2016).

Moulthrop, Stuart A., and Grigar, Dene. PATHFINDERS: Preserving the Experience of Early Electronic Literature. Nouspace Press, 2015: 70.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. Empreinte Radio. Ed. Van der Klei, Alice. Laboratorie NT2, Université du Québec à Montréal Montreal , QC, 2014.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. Lift This End: Electronic Literature in a Blue Light. Electronic Book Review, 2013.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “To Mandelbrot in Heaven [introduction].” Memory Machines: The Evolution of Hypertext. Anthem Press, (2013).

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Deep Surface.” Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. 2 2. Ed. Baldwin, Charles. Electronic Literature Organization, (2013).

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “SC4NDA1 in New Media.” Dichtung Digital 41. (2012).

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “After the Last Generation: Rethinking Scholarship in an Age of Serious Play.” Pre/Text 20.1-4 Ed. Vitanza, Victor, and Rice, Jeff. (2010): 217-46.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Error 1337.” Error: Glitch, Noise, and Jam in New Media Cultures. Ed. Nunes, Mark. Continuum Press, (2010): 254-70.

Moulthrop, Stuart A. “Watchmen Meets The Aristocrats.” Postmodern Culture 19.2 (2009).