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CFP: CCSWG18 (Jan 15-Feb 5, 2018; Jan 1)

Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018 Jan 15-Feb 5, 2018 Application Deadline (Jan 1) Announcing the 5th biennial Critical Code Studies Working Group , Jan 15-Feb 5, 2018 online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, … Continue reading

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Guest Poet: Jeremy Hight (Oct. 3, 2pm)

The HaCCS Lab is proud to sponsor a guest visit from locative media pioneer, Jeremy Hight! He will be visiting the Monthly E-Lit Reading Group, presenting works and talking about the magic of making electronic literature. Jeremy Hight October 3, … Continue reading

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Presenting HaCCS Lab at UCLA DH Infrastructure Conference

Today, Mark Marino will be presenting a tour of the HaCCS Lab at the UCLA Digital Humanities Infrastructure conference. The tour emphasizes ways to harness existing resources in order to call-forth a virtual lab (with shout-outs to Lori Emerson, ELO, … Continue reading

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Maria Goicoechea discusses E-Lit in Espana

Digital Literary Studies in Español . María Goicoechea University Complutense of Madrid  Tuesday, Nov. 15, 4pm, WPH B36  (a talk in English) The HaCCS Lab is sponsoring a talk by María Goicoechea on contemporary digital literary studies in Spanish language … Continue reading

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CCS at SLSA 2016

Several HaCCS Lab affiliates will be presenting new research in Critical Code Studies at the 2016 Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts (SLSA) conference in Atlanta (November 3-6, 2016). Below are the panel abstracts of these papers that extend … Continue reading

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Monthly Reading Group

The HaCCS Lab is sponsoring a monthly digital literature reading group at the University of Southern California.  Meetings will be held in the East Asian Reading Rooms of Doheny Library. The goal of the meetings is to explore works of … Continue reading

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CCSWG16 Week 1 Round-up

Week 1:  Our Code Literacy week was led by Chris Lindgren, Sneha Veeragoudar Harrell, and Annette Vee. Chris began the week by asking us to examine three related texts and to try to read the code, reflecting on the limits … Continue reading

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Launching CCSWG16

Critical Code Studies Working Group 2016 Jan 18 t0 Feb 14, 2016  The 4th biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group (CCSWG), Jan 18-Feb 14th is underway, and you are invited to join us for explorations of code in culture and … Continue reading

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CFP 2016 Critical Code Studies Working Group (Jan 2, Jan 11-Feb 7)

Critical Code Studies Working Group 2016 Jan 18 t0 Feb 14, 2016 [updated] Announcing the 4th biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group, Jan 11-Feb 7, online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, a hub of … Continue reading

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Announcing a New Platform for Critical Code Studies

Announcing ACLS Workbench: A new site for collaborative Critical Code Studies! Site: http://scalar.usc.edu/aclsworkbench ACLS Workbench Tour from Mark Marino on Vimeo. ACLS Workbench is a new platform for collaborative research, which enables scholars to create, join, or clone online arguments … Continue reading

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