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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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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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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 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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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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