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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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Announcing the Publication of 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10

This week marks the publication of the first book-length work of criticism under the mantle of Critical Code Studies.  Published by MIT Press, 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 is a book borne of the first Critical Code Studies Working … Continue reading

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Welcome to the HaCCS Lab

The Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab is the first university space to pursue the exploration of the interpretation of computer source code using the methodologies of Critical Code Studies. Based at the University of Southern California, the HaCCS Lab … Continue reading

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