Alice in Dataland is an experiment in critical making created by Anastasia Salter. This is an exploration guided by the question: "Why does Alice in Wonderland endure as a metaphor for experiencing media?" The project leverages material from the University of Florida "Afterlife of Alice & Her Adventures in Wonderland" collection as well as a range of Alice adaptations and remediations.
Anastasia Salter is an assistant professor of Information Arts and Technologies at the University of Baltimore. Her primary research is on digital narratives with a continuing focus on virtual worlds, gender and cyberspace, video games, educational games and fan production. She holds a Doctorate in Communications Design from the University of Baltimore and an MFA in Children's Literature at Hollins University. She writes for the technology and pedagogy blog ProfHacker, hosted by the Chronicle of Higher Education She's on Twitter as @AnaSalter and online at Selfloud.net.
Except where otherwise noted, all project elements and illustrations are created by Anastasia Salter and licensed CC BY 2.0.