• Oral Tradition and Internet Technology by John Miles Foley

As explained in each of the three involved nodes—the oAgora, the tAgora, and the eAgora—our discussions of these verbal marketplaces and principal media types follows a mirroring logic. Each section within a node is explicitly matched to corresponding, parallel sections in the other two nodes. The purpose of this structural strategy is to highlight the comparisons and contrasts that constitute the major subject of the Pathways Project.

What follows below is a list of the section titles, with (in the wiki) anchored links to the relevant section in each of the three nodes. In the spirit of the Project, of both the wiki-website and the morphing book, this interactive list offers yet another way to navigate available contents.


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