Inaugural Programming 2017
“Foundations of the Digital, Foundations in the Humanities: Race, Gender, Class”
Inaugurating Studio χ:
Tara McPherson and Philip Ethington (University of Southern California): “The Digital, the Humanities, and Difference”
Thursday, January 19, 2017; 4:30PM
Location: Lincoln Park Campus, McGowan South 108
Thomas Haigh (University of Wisconsin/Madison): “"Working on ENIAC: Memory, Labor and Gender in the Early Digital”
February 23, 2017; 6:00 PM
Location: Loop Campus, Daley Building (14 E. Jackson), CDM Theatre, Room LL105
Kim Gallon (Purdue University): ““Technologies of Recovery: A Critical Examination of a Black DH Genealogy"
Tuesday, April 4, 2017; 5:00 PM
Location: Lincoln Park Campus, Arts & Letters Hall (2315 N. Kenmore), Room 103*
*Room number is tentative. Please check the Studio χ website 1 week before the event to confirm.
Dianne Harris (University of Utah): “Visualizing Suburban Riots and Civil Unrest: Using Digitized Newspapers as Datasets”
Thursday, May 18, 2017; 5:00 PM
Location: Lincoln Park TBA (Please check the Studio χ website 2 weeks before the event for more information)