Digital Humanities as Humanistic Infrastructure – Oct 26 talk at Glasgow

Digital Humanities as Humanistic Infrastructure HATII, University of Glasgow, October 26 at 4 pm (details) Abstract Digital humanities is heavily entangled with infrastructure and infrastructural thinking. The field itself is concerned with standards, curation of data, encoding schemas, tagging systems, project charters, tools, interoperability, maker labs and technologically induced methodology. Furthermore,…

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Critical Visualization Event at GC, CUNY on June 9, 2016

Unflattening and Enacting Visualization #critviz2016   A one-day workshop on critical visualization The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York City June 9, 2016 Update June 8: about 60 people registered for the event, everything looking fantastic. live stream will be available here (low-tech, distributed responsibility stream). Welcome! Introduction Visualization has developed strongly…

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Presentation|Tech Update March 2016

I have been working on a series of posts/articles on presentation culture, infrastructure and technology. So far I have published five installments (about 8000 words). I have really enjoyed writing this up! These are the currently available posts: “Presentation|Tech (I): Preamble”, Published on September 2, 2015. “Presentation|Tech (II): Performing Scholarship”,…

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NDH Keynote References

Below I list references and sources I will refer to in my keynote on “Can there be a Nordic Digital Humanities?” at the first conference for digital humanities in the Nordic Countries, March 16, 2016. The list is in order of appearance and currently a draft version (apologies for any…

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Program for Critical Making Event Dec 1

Digging Deep: Ecosystems, Institutions and Processes for Critical Making December 1, 2015. CUNY Graduate Center Session 1, 12:30-2:30 pm Designing Institutions of Critical Thinking and Material Making General introduction Patrik Svensson and others Important issues and challenges (based on participant input) Four introductions/statements Anne Balsamo, New School Matt Ratto, University…

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