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Speaker: Manuel Portela, University of Coimbra, Portugal. Moderator: Noel Jackson, MIT. Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the theoretical relevance of kinetic poetry for studying the interaction between language, ...
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Speaker: Ellen Sebring, MIT. Moderator: Noel Jackson, MIT. Abstract: Where do images from the historical record take you in historical inquiry and what is offered by working within the digital environment? This presentation will be ...
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Speaker: Piotr Adamczyk, Metropolitan. Moderator: Noel Jackson. Abstract: Museums are increasingly adopting open data policies, both for easy internal reuse of data sets and as a way of building community engagement online. While th...
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Speaker: Dietmar Offenhuber, MIT. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: This paper investigates the social structures of annual jury sessions of a prestigious art competition ‚Äìtheir composition, their temporal evolution and ultim...
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Speakers: Wayne Marshall, MIT and Pacey Foster, UMass Boston. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: Increasingly, scholars find themselves grappling with shifts in cultural practice and production engendered by the digital turn. A ...
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Speaker: Siobhan O'Flynn, University of Toronto. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: As digital storytelling becomes more complicated in the design of fragmented, non-linear experiences, the inclusion of dynamic maps th...
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Speaker: Jeanne Marie Kusina, Bowling Green State University. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: This presentation discusses the role of digital media in the field of environmental ethics. There is a long, rich traditi...
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Speaker: Javier Cha. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: The Cold War ended more than twenty years ago, and the average bandwidth of broadband internet in present-day South Korea is reportedly twenty years ahead of tha...
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Speaker: Ben Miller, MIT. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: Visual modeling of databases, when applied to the problematic of witnessing traumatic events, offers a way to structure testimony's logical relations and text. Without...
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Speaker: Earl Wagner, MIT. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: By distilling and applying the expectations and judgment that constitute an informed perspective, computer systems can provide those unfamiliar with a topic ...
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Speaker: Ted Byfield, Parsons the New School for Design, New School University. Moderator: Nick Seaver. Abstract: Information design and data visualization are often justified with appeals to heroic formulations like "massive flows...
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Speaker: Oyvind Eide, Kings College. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: The paper will present my PhD work. The primary objective is to explore how people reflect and communicate about geography. Why do some groups of people, e....
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