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The Future Tripping symposium, hosted this month by DAHC and Wireframe Studio, is featured on KCSB! Listen to Sonia Htoon’s interview with Professors Jeremy Douglass and Alenda Chang, on our collective anxieties about the future and how video games can open up new possibilities for us.
Want to use your liberal arts degree to get a job in media or tech or to forge your own path? You’re not alone. Grab dessert and career advice with three rotating panels of professionals, on Tuesday, Feb 27, 6:30-8pm.
Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement where anyone can form a team, find an idea and in 54 hours go through the process of creating a startup business and engineering a demo product. Teams pitch their idea to a panel of seasoned investors, and winners will receive various prizes, including $2,000 worth of business consulting.
DAHC is featured in the HFA (UCSB Division of Humanities and Fine Arts) blog this week! Check out Mirabella McDowell’s (‘18) write-up on her conversation with our faculty director, Professor Jeremy Douglass.
The Religion, Experience, and Mind Lab has invited Professor Mathew Fisher to speak on Wednesday, Feb 20, 2-4pm. Professor Fisher will address lay understandings of quantum mechanics and popular (mis)conceptions about potential overlaps with spirituality, introduce us to his hypothesis that the brain may function like a quantum computer, and discuss the idea that quantum effects may be operative at the biochemical level more generally.
The Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018 comes to a close today, after three weeks (Jan 15 - Feb 5) of discussion about code and society. The conversations have been as wide-ranging as they have been thought-provoking, touching on some of the fundamental issues in CCS.
UCSB’s 4th annual Hackathon is scheduled this weekend, January 19th-21st (Fri-Sun). Join us for a weekend of innovation, where the next generation of entrepreneurs and programmers gather at UCSB. Participants code solutions to real-world problems their communities, such as last year’s winning app, which created a better way to hunt for apartments in the Santa Barbara area.
The Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018 launches today with three weeks (Jan 15 - Feb 5) of discussion about code and society on a variety of issues. Each week features a different theme in CCS scholarship. Over the course of each week, presenters will post up discussion prompts related to that theme.
DAHC is pleased to announce that we will co-sponsor the 5th biennial Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018 (Jan 15 - Feb 5).
Sat, November 11, 9a - 5p
We invite you to the opening reception of the Digital Arts & Humanities Commons (DAHC) this Tuesday, November 7. Join us for light refreshments! See the new vision for the Commons, discuss how DAHC will support research and pedagogy in the Arts & Humanities, and learn how to propose projects and apply for commons space and resources!
Welcome to the Digital Arts & Humanities Commons (DAHC) website! We invite you to return often to learn about events that we will host during the academic year and our past and present research groups.
The DAHC Call for Participants for Fall 2017 is open! The DAHC initiative is sponsored by Dean John Majewski and the division of Humanities & Fine Arts. The DAHC was developed in collaboration with DAHC advisory committee.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony and luncheon celebrating the opening of the Maker Lab, directed by Patricia Fumerton. To be followed by a brief tour of the Maker space and hands-on use of the pull press. Punctum will also be displaying its wide range of exciting publications and forthcoming projects.