Based at the University of Southern California, The Humanities and Critical Code Studies (HaCCS) Lab is the first university space to pursue the exploration of the interpretation of computer source code using the methodologies of Critical Code Studies. more
The 2022 Critical Code Studies Working Group begins! Today!
Feb 26 at 12pm: join us for a round table discussion of academic writing groups or the Pleasures of Dissertation Writing Groups. Featuring: Jessica Pressman, Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Jeremy Douglass, and Mark Marino Facilitated by Sarah Ciston (USC), Max Kreminski (UCSC), Bree Hawkins (SDSU), and Ryan Leach (UCSB).
On Monday, February 8 at 12pm PST, Mark Marino will give a talk about applying Critical Code Studies to the study of digital literature at San Diego State University, hosted by Jessica Pressman and Pam Lach of DHatSDSU.
The 2021 Anti-Racist Critical Code Studies Reading Group is under way. Convened during the first part of 2021, this group was formed to explore the interpretation of code through anti-racist perspectives. See more about it at the call: Reading Group
February 12, 12pm, the HaCCS Lab welcomes Guest Speaker: Jessica Pressman. RSVP for this free online event.
Welcome to the new website for the Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab at the University of Southern California. Here you’ll find news about upcoming events and recent publications.