Archive for the 'CCS' Category

Critical Code Studies, the critical interpretation of computer source code, was born on this blog (here and here). Several years, presentations, debates, annexations, blogs, and new allies later, I am back to announce that I’m turning up the heat on (& giving more bandwidth to) Critical Code Studies.
One of the crucial developments has been […]

Critical Code Studies, the critical interpretation of computer source code, was born on this blog (here and here). Several years, presentations, debates, annexations, blogs, and new allies later, I am back to announce that I’m turning up the heat on (& giving more bandwidth to) Critical Code Studies.
One of the crucial developments has been […]

Application deadlines for Digital Arts and Culture (DAC) 2009 are coming up!

Paper proposals to tracks (such as the Software / Platform Studies Track) are due by May 1.
Proposals for VaRiEtY Night presentations and Electronic Literary Arts Performances are due by May 15th.

Check the DAC 2009 call for details on all tracks, presentations and performances, and […]

I’ve recently joined the Software Studies Initiative at U. California San Diego, where I’ll be working full-time doing software and code research from humanities and social sciences perspectives. Here’s the hiring announcement from Softwaretheory.net:
Jeremy is appointed to Software Studies with support from the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) and the Center […]

In previous posts on this site (1, 2) , I have outlined some of the basic proposal for Critical Code Studies (CCS), and the fullest articulation appears in the electronic book review, here. Last year at MLA and more recently at SLSA, I offered more of the fundamentals and met many who expressed […]






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