Year: 2011

2011-2012: Fall Quarter

ENGL 146IR: Literature of Technology: I/Robot (Instructor: Scott Selisker) In this advanced course within the LCI specialization, we’ll think about the relationships between literature and technology through the figure of the robot. While we’ll certainly think about what twentieth-century advances in

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Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries at the Arnhold Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Conference

Friday, May 27 | 3:00 – 5:00 pm | Multicultural Center Theater Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, whose work has been featured at LACMA, New York’s New Museum, the Tate Gallery in London, and the Centre Pompidou, will be the keynote

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Fourth Annual Transcriptions Research Slam

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Fourth Annual Research Slam

***CALL FOR PARTICIPATION*** Transcriptions and the Arnhold Undergraduate Research Fellows Program Present 4th Annual Research Slam Where the Poster Session Meets the Poetry Slam! Friday, May 13 1 pm – 5:30 pm University of California, Santa Barbara Department of English

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2010-2011: Spring Quarter

English 147ED: Media History and Theory: Early Modern Digital (Instructor: Eric Nebeker)

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Seminar: Patrik Svensson, “From Optical Fiber to Conceptual Cyberinfrastructure”

Friday, March 11 | 2:00 pm | SH 2509 On Friday, March 11, Transcriptions will host a seminar with HUMlab director, Patrik Svensson. He is pre-circulating a draft version of an article forthcoming in Digital Humanities Quarterly as the basis

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Public Event: Risk Media and Speculation

Friday, March 4 | 10 am – 5:30 pm | Mosher Alumni House – Alumni Hall The American Cultures & Global Contexts Center, The Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies, The Transcriptions Center, and the Department of Film and Media Studies present

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Lecture: Lisa Gitelman, “Unpublishing and the Typescript Book”

Monday, January 10 | 3:00 pm | SH 2635 Lisa Gitelman is a media historian whose research concerns American print culture, techniques of inscription, and the new media of yesterday and today. She is particularly concerned with tracing the patterns

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2010-2011: Winter Quarter

English 146DR: Literature of Technology: Distracted Reading (Instructor: Rita Raley) It is a cliché universally acknowledged that we (where “we” means, variously, the Twitter generation, the Millennial generation, participants in the Network Society) no longer read, or if we do read,

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