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3 Mar 2020

Distant Writing

By |2020-02-06T15:43:33-05:00Mar 3, 2020|

Leonardo Flores
Leonardo Flores
Appalachian State University
Electronic Literature Organization
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
12:30 pm
Co-sponsored by Digital Studies in the Arts and Humanities (DSAH)

How does a poet end up thinking in terms of algorithms, programming languages, and datasets? This talk explores the work of writers of electronic literature [...]

25 Feb 2020

The Black Lunch Table Archive: A Radical Reimagining of Digital Authorship

By |2020-02-26T12:00:35-05:00Feb 25, 2020|

Jina Valentine
Black Lunch Table
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Heather Hart
Black Lunch Table
Rutgers University Mason Gross School of Art
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
12:30 pm
Co-sponsored by African American History, Culture and Digital Humanties (AADHum)

      Black Lunch Table (BLT) is an oral history project that mobilizes a democratic writing of cultural history through a radical reimagining of [...]

29 Oct 2019

Jessica Lu & Caitlin Pollock Digital Dialogue

By |2019-11-20T16:54:36-05:00Oct 29, 2019|

Jessica H. Lu
University of Maryland Honors College
Caitlin Pollock
University of Michigan Library
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
12:30 pm

The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) is a standard of extensible markup language (XML) that prides itself upon the ability to adapt and evolve to the [...]

22 Oct 2019

Kimberly Bain Digital Dialogue

By |2019-11-12T17:59:39-05:00Oct 22, 2019|

Kim Bain
Kimberly Bain
Princeton University
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
12:30 pm

This talk undertakes a partial genealogy of breath as it has been racialized within the project of modernity. I argue that Eric Garner’s “I can’t [...]

15 Oct 2019

Sylvia Fernandez Digital Dialogue

By |2019-11-12T17:55:23-05:00Oct 15, 2019|

Sylvia Fernandez
Sylvia Fernandez
University of Houston
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
12:30 pm

In Roopika Risam’s recent book New Digital Worlds (2019), she proposes that “those of us who are equipped with the capacity for humanities inquiry [and [...]