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 dialogue and collaborative inquiry that generates major thrust in the reading of code. The threads from the first were published in electronic book review, as will the threads from the subsequent CCSWGs. Past discussions have led to books (10 PRINT), essays, and conference panels. Join us for explorations for the intersections of computer source code and the humanities.
Nick Montfort: Exploratory Programming
Arielle Schlesinger with Jacqueline Wernimont & Ben Wiedermann: Feminist Code
Adeline Koh, Amit Ray, Roopika Risam: Postcolonial Critical Code Studies
Coordinated by Jeremy Douglass, Viola Lasmana, & Mark C. Marino
To apply to join the working group, please send an application to ccswg14 at gmail by Feb 12th including:
- Institutional Affiliation:
- Past work or study related to Critical Code Studies
- (Recommended) Proposed Code Critique thread or related discussion
- Brief Bio
A “code critique” is a segment of code (or entire program) you wish to offer for discussion by the working group. You can see examples of code critiques in these HASTAC threads.
Notice of acceptance will be given by Feb 18. Send applications to ccswg14 at g- mail dot com.
CCSWG is sponsored by the Humanities and Critical Code Studies (HaCCS) Lab at the University of Southern California. http://haccslab.com Twitter: @haccs
Special thanks to HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance Collaboratory) for its support in fostering discussions of CCS, including the original conversation on which Arielle Schlesinger introduced her inquiry into a Feminist Programming Language.