Author: Liz Shayne

Transcriptions Seventh Annual Research Slam

  Friday, May 23rd, 1 pm – 5:30 pm SH 2607, Department of English University of California, Santa Barbara. Transcriptions invites you to join us at our Seventh Annual Research Slam, happening on Friday May 23rd from 1pm to 5:30pm in

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Call For Papers: Transcriptions Seventh Annual Research Slam

Friday, May 23rd, 1 pm – 5:30 pm University of California, Santa Barbara Department of English One of the goals of UCSB’s Transcriptions Center is to investigate and highlight innovative ways of combining traditional humanities research with information media and technology.

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Humanities Careers, Technological Methods

A Roundtable with Alan Liu, Patricia Fumerton, Andrew Griffin, and Jeremy Douglass. Weds, Feb. 19th at 12:00pm Transcriptions, South Hall 2509 Technology is changing the landscape of the humanities. Four speakers discuss the varied ways that these changes can impact a humanities

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LCI Courses – Spring 2014

The following courses count as LCI Specialization electives ENGL 147MC: “Media History and Theory” taught by William Warner ENGL 149: “Media and Information Culture” taught by Jeremy Douglass and Liz Shayne ENGL 189: “Contemporary Literature” taught by Carl Gutiérrez-Jones

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Patrik Svensson: Big Digital Humanities

Transcriptions will be hosting Patrik Svensson, director of HUMlab at Umeå University, Sweden. He’ll be speaking on “Big Humanities Data” at 2:30 p.m. on November 26th in SH 2509. Patrik Svensson is a professor in the Humanities and information technology and director

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LCI Courses – Winter 2014

The following courses count as LCI Specialization electives: ENGL 192: “Science Fiction” taught by Carl Gutiérrez-Jones ENGL 197: “Upper-Division Seminar: Close Reading and ‘Distant Reading’ in Literary Studies” taught by Alan Liu  

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Books: Issues in Collecting and Scanning

Transcriptions presents a conversation with Special Collections and the Scanner Praxis Research Group about the process of collecting, archiving and digitizing large collections of books, centered around Special Collections’ recent acquisition of the Demian Katz Gamebook Collection. This event took

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Julia Pennlert: PoetryProcesses on the Web

Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013 | 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm | University of California, Santa Barbara Department of English | South Hall 2509 Transcriptions is pleased to present a seminar by our graduate scholar-in-residence, Julia Pennlert, on the subject of the sociality of

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LCI Courses – Fall 2013

The following courses count as LCI Specialization electives: ENGL 147AI: “Literature of Technology: Artificial Intelligences and Other Nonhumans – The Literature and Film of AI” taught by James Pulizzi ENGL 149: “Media and Information Culture: Literature+” taught by Alan Liu

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2012-2013: Spring Quarter

ENGL 148AV Society, Culture, and Information : Literature, Art, and Automated Violence (Instructor: James Pulizzi) This course will look at how violence in the 20th and 21st centuries has moved from human hands to media technologies, or rather the pressing

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