Simulations, emergence, augmented life, and visualization technologies animate cultural spaces, historical enterprises, games, and corpora as well as the military.
Session Chair: Orit Halpern, Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University, and Department of Historical Studies, New School for Social Research. Discussion Leader: Mitali Routh, Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies, Duke University.
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- Timothy R. Tangherlini, Zoe Borovsky, & Todd Presner, UCLA Center for Digital Humanities, UCLA Digital Humanities Incubation Group, Thick Viewing: Integrated Visualization Environments for Humanities Research on Complex Corpora
- Helen Papagiannis, Joint Program in Communication and Culture,York University and Ryerson University, Augmenting Digital and Analog Memory
- John H. Johnston, Department of English, Emory University, Artificial Life: New Media Object as a New Space of Exploration
- Caren Kaplan, Cultural Studies Program (Women and Gender Studies), University of California, Davis, Everything is Connected: Aerial Perspectives, the Revolution in Military Affairs, and Digital Culture