We are happy to announce our schedule of events this semester. Please mark your calendars and check the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative blog for updates:
Tanya Clement (UT-Austin)– March 5th, 6:30-8:30pm in room C197 – “HiPSTAS, What?: Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, and Visualizations with Sound” (details here).
Doug Rushkoff – March 12th, 3:45pm in room C202 – “Technology as Classroom: the media environment as pedagogy.” Co-Sponsored with the Center for the Humanities.
Miriam Posner (UCLA) – March 27, 6:30-8:30pm in room C202 – A presentation on digital pedagogy. Co-Sponsored by The Fordham Digital Humanities Working Group
“Around CUNY in 100 Minutes“- Time/Room/Title TBA. If you are a member of the CUNY community and working on a DH project consider showcasing it in a 5 minute “lightning talk.” Please contact us @cunydhi (or email amanda[dot]licastro[at]gmail.com) for details.
Lauren Klein (Georgia Tech)– April 10th, 7pm-9pm (room TBD) – “The Long Arc of Visual Display.”
Ying Zhu and Jason Ng – April 30th, 6:30 PM in room C197 – Chinese Media Censorship. Co-sponsored by The Center for the Humanities; the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program, CUNY Graduate Center; Department of Media Culture, College of Staten Island; CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
THATCamp Digital Writing – May 2nd at John Jay College, CUNY and May 3rd at Fordham Lincoln Center. Registration opens March 3rd http://digitalwriting2014.thatcamp.org/
We hope to see you at the Graduate Center,
On behalf of CUNY DHI