HASTAC Leaders

HASTAC Leaders

HASTAC is led by a dynamic Steering Committee consisting of innovators from a variety of disciplines. The Steering Committee drives HASTAC intellectually, diversifies its initiatives, provides a foundation for the dynamic HASTAC Scholars community, and supports events and initiatives including the annual HASTAC conference.

We are proud of our Steering Committee's involvement. This collection is intended to highlight some of their participation in and leadership of hastac.org. 

 

 

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Critical Code Studies Working Group 2014 (2/15, 2/23-3/23)

Critical Code Studies Working Group 2014 (2/15, 2/23-3/23)

February 23 2014 to March 23 2014
Event
Critical Code Studies Working Group 2014 Feb 23-March 23, 2014 Announcing the 3rd biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group , Feb 23-March 23, online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, a hub of dialogue and collaborative inquiry that generates major thrust in the...
United States

CFParticipation: Critical Code Studies Working Group 2014 (2/12, 2/23-3/23/14)

February 12 2014
Call for Papers
Critical Code Studies Working Group 2014 Feb 23-March 23, 2014 Announcing the 3rd biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group , Feb 23-March 23, online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, a hub of dialogue and collaborative inquiry that generates major thrust in the...
United Kingdom

Postdoctoral Fellowships at Occidental College's Center for Digital Learning + Research

Jobs and Fellowships
THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST. The Center for Digital Learning + Research at Occidental College offers a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship focused on digital scholarship. Thanks to the continued generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Occidental’s CDLR will be...
1600 Campus Road
Los Angeles, CA 90041
United States
Lisa Nakamura — "Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture"

Lisa Nakamura — "Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture"

February 6 2014
Event
Lisa Nakamura — "Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture" Berkeley Center for New Media 06 February 2014, 17:00 to 18:30 Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley Inspired by media archaeologists such as Wolfgang Ernst and Friedrich Kittler,...
United Kingdom
Anne Balsamo: Gendering the Technological Imagination: Feminist Innovation in Networked Learning

Anne Balsamo: Gendering the Technological Imagination: Feminist Innovation in Networked Learning

February 6 2014
Event
Gendering the Technological Imagination: Feminist Innovation in Networked Learning Anne Balsamo Dean of the School of Media Studies, The New School Thursday, February 6, 12-1 p.m. Open to the public Lunch provided PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge Duke University Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, 1st Floor 114 S...
114 S. Buchanan Blvd. Bay 4, 1st Floor
Durham, NC 27708
United States
CFP: Electronic Literature Off-site Reading MLA 2014 (1/10/14)

CFP: Electronic Literature Off-site Reading MLA 2014 (1/10/14)

January 10 2014
Event
HASTAC members are invited to submit to and attend this off-site reading at MLA 2014: CALL FOR PERFORMANCES Off-site e-lit reading at MLA Flaxman Library Special Collections Reading Room School of the Art Institute of Chicago Friday, Jan. 10, 8pm Coordinated by Mark C. Marino Carrying on an MLA...
37 South Wabash6th Floor
Chicago, IL 60603
United States
CFP:Hyperrhiz: Netprov Special Issue (12/19/13)

CFP:Hyperrhiz: Netprov Special Issue (12/19/13)

December 19 2013
Call for Papers
Hyperrhiz Call: Netprov Special Issue (12/19/13) 2013 witnessed tremors in the construction of the Internet as a truth network, as the site of real exchanges with the verified friends and loved ones of Facebook. The Internet has once again proven itself a vibrant space for performances, for...
United Kingdom

News / Teaching & Learning Practices

Syllabus for "Histories and Futures of Humanistic Education: Culture and Crisis, Books and MOOCs"

Comp Lit 265

Histories and Futures of Humanistic Education: Culture and Crisis, Books and MOOCs

W 1-4 pm

David Palumbo-Liu

palumbo-liu@stanford.edu

 

One of the most hotly debated topics today is online education.  Whatever your opinion, there is no doubt that it is and will continue to shape education in a profound way.  This course looks at, and debates, certain features of online education specifically as they relate to the humanities and notions of engaged critical learning.

In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty

October 25 2013
Event
Opening Reception, Friday, October 25, 4–6 p.m. Power Plant Gallery, American Tobacco Campus, 320 Blackwell Street Directions Join us this Friday from 4-6pm at the new Power Plant Gallery at the American Tobacco Campus to celebrate the opening of In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty . Including...
Durham, NC
United States

public forum -- is higher education a business?

October 15 2013
Event
The number and variety of parties providing higher education services have exploded in recent years. With a wide array of new and often online options, college seekers need no longer assume that they will enroll on an ivy-trimmed physical campus. Nor can they assume that their private college is a...
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
United States
CFP: HASTAC 2014 - Hemispheric Pathways: Critical Makers in International Networks

CFP: HASTAC 2014 - Hemispheric Pathways: Critical Makers in International Networks

November 15 2013
Hemispheric Pathways: Critical Makers in International Networks April 24-27, 2014 Ministerio de Cultura, Lima, Peru Submissions Deadline: November 30, 2013 APPLY TODAY hastac2014.org The challenges facing the Western hemisphere are multidimensional and complex. Urban agglomeration, economic...
United Kingdom

News / Teaching & Learning Practices

Advice for Middle-Age Seekers of MOOCs

Cathy Davidson, one of HASTAC's cofounders and John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and Ruth F. DeVarney Professor of English at Duke University, is featured today in the New York Times. She's written a 2-part series on MOOCs that explores their potential and their negatives. Questions proposed by readers and addressed by Cathy include the high dropout rates of MOOCs, their potential to mitigate income inequality, and how they fit with traditional instruction.

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