In Memory of Paul Virilio: Time, Space, and Information into the 21st Century

In Memory of Paul Virilio: Time, Space, and Information into the 21st Century" is a day-long conference memorializing Paul Virilio, who passed away last fall. Virilio's work-which traversed architectural theory, military history, the philosophy of technology, film theory, and more-theorized the compression and logistical reorganization of space-time by twentieth century military and information technologies.

Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on Digital Humanities Pedagogy

Join the Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN) for the first Triangle Digital Humanities Institute (TDHI)! This one-day event aims to build community and skills around digital humanities pedagogy. It will include lightning presentations, roundtables, workshops, and discussion sessions by and for instructors, staff (including, but not limited to, librarians and technologists), and graduate students at universities in the Triangle area.

Incomputable Futures: A Symposium on Representation, Computation, and Experimental Scholarship

March 1 & 2nd, Rubenstein Arts Building, Duke University
Incomputable Futures brings together scholars and artists whose work directly addresses the intersections of experimental media practice, identity politics and the effects of computational technologies on culture and aesthetics. With this two-day event, sponsored by the Department of Media, Arts and Cultures at Duke University, we aim to highlight work in experimental and interdisciplinary modes that complicate traditional notions of institutional scholarly research in digital culture.