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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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Joellyn Rock Presenting at USC Jan 14

DIGITAL NARRATIVE, NETPROV AND INSTALLATION ARTIST TALK Joellyn Rock 11am Wednesday January 14, 2015 SCI 108, USC A visual narrator, Joellyn Rock is particularly interested in how emerging media is changing the ways that stories can be told. Rock teaches … Continue reading

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CCSWG14 Week 2 Highlights

by Viola Lasmana Critical Code Studies Working Group 14 Week 2 Highlights After a generative first week discussing “Exploratory Programming,” the Critical Code Studies Working Group wraps up another exciting week of discussion on “Feminist Programming” led by Arielle Schlesinger … Continue reading

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CCSWG14 Week 1 Highlights

Critical Code Studies Working Group 14 Week 1 Highlights by Viola Lasmana The 3rd biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group (CCSWG), organized by Mark Marino and Jeremy Douglass, launched a great first week with Nick Montfort’s discussion of “Exploratory Programming,” … Continue reading

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CCSWG14 Preview

[updated: 2/13] The Critical Code Studies Working Group (Feb 23-March 23) is the biannual summit for the major developments in code studies.  The group tends to be an interdisciplinary mix of scholars and artists with a wide range of specialties.  … Continue reading

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CFParticipation: CCS Working Group 2014 (2/15, 2/23-3/23/14)

Critical Code Studies Working Group 2014 Feb 23-March 23, 2014 (updated 2/15) Announcing the 3rd biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group , Feb 23-March 23, online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, a hub of … Continue reading

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Nick Montfort: Computational Poetic Models 1/16

For the first event of 2014, HaCCS Lab welcomes Nick Montfort for a guest talk, co-sponsored by the iMap Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Computational Poetic Models Thursday, January 16, 2014 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. SCA Complex SCI Room 108 … Continue reading

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Of Five or Ten Minds about Collaboration (Jan 22)

Announcing cross-town events on collaborative scholarship! The Co-Creators of 10 PRINT and Digital_Humanities Get Together to Talk about New academic Authoring: UCLA 12PM Broad art center 240 Charles E. Young Drive, RM 1250 LA, Ca 90095 310-825-9007 for info USC … Continue reading

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