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(from source[1]) "C3 Consulting Researcher Gail de Kosnik’s idea of fan production as archontic literature. The concept of “archontic” texts suggests that texts based upon or referring to other texts aren’t derivative or subordinate, but rather build an archive that expands the textual world. The archontic allows for infinite (and indefinite) re-tellings, but not just in terms of telling again, but rather telling more. Not just repeating, but adding to, building out, expanding, and drilling down. Moreover, Gail talks about the archontic as “literatures of the subordinate.” In other words, the stories of those who aren’t always permitted to speak and tell their stories and perspectives."


REFERENCES

  1. http://canarytrap.net/2009/11/transmedia-as-archontic-texts-multiplicity-subjectivity-and-social-change/ "Transmedia as Archontic texts: Multiplicity, Subjectivity, and Social Change" by Xiaochang Li November 20, 2009
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