Tag: Zach Horton

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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CFP: Mediating the Nonhuman Conference and The 6th Annual UCSB Research Slam

Mediating the Nonhuman and The 6th Annual UCSB Research Slam (March 15th) UC Santa Barbara Transcriptions Center and Department of English South Hall 2635, March 15th and 16th This year, UCSB’s Transcriptions Center for Digital Humanities and New Media is

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The Digital Humanities Workstation: Build Session

Wednesday, Jan 30, 2013 | 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm | University of California, Santa Barbara Department of English | South Hall 2509 The Digital Humanities Workstation is a custom built workstation containing a collection of tools curated by the

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Scanner Praxis: Overview

Wednesday, Jan 30, 2013 | 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm | University of California, Santa Barbara Department of English | South Hall 2509 This one-hour session will introduce Scanner Praxis, assess interest, and collaboratively draw up a roadmap for the

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2012-2013: Winter Quarter

ENGL 146FM Literature of Technology : Freaks, Aliens, and Monsters (Instructor: Amanda Phillips) ENGL 149 Media and Information Culture : Micro / Macro / Reading (Instructors: Jeremy Douglass and Zach Horton) This course examines acts of reading at different distances

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Race and the Digital Humanities with Adeline Koh

Thursday, Nov 29, 2012 | 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm | University of California, Santa Barbara Department of English South Hall 2509 We will be screening Adeline Koh’s pre-recorded NITLE seminar, “Race and the Digital Humanities: An Introduction.” Professor Koh

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