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Building Digital Publics

​“Building Digital Publics,” the opening panel for the “Keeping the Public Sphere Open” NULab conference, introduced a set of really important challenges shaping the current state and possible futures of digital publics. Brooke Foucault Welles’ presentation on the practices of online activist counterpublics demonstrated the ways web technologies, particularly the hashtag, provide alternative modes for  Continue Reading »

Some Thoughts on Élika Ortega’s “Distributed Media Architectures”

For our October 2016 NULab works-in-progress event, Élika Ortega presented a thought-provoking introduction to her current project, “Distributed Media Architectures in Print-Digital Literature.” To summarize for those who were not able to attend, Ortega explores what she terms as a “media fusion” poetics at work among Latin American writers who, as early as the late  Continue Reading »

10/13/2016 NULab Info Session: the DH/CSS Job Market

Date: 10/13/2016 Time: 1:30–2:30 PM Location: 211 Snell Library, Digital Scholars Commons Seminar Space Sponsored By: the NULab: for Texts, Maps, and Networks Contact: Nulab@neu.edu Speaker: Ryan Cordell (English), Sarah Connell (English), Ben Schmidt (History), and Nick Beauchamp (Political Science) Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences Job Markets Are you a graduate student conducting Digital  Continue Reading »

10/07/2016 NUVis Speaker Series: Steven Braun

Cultivating Narratives of Self in Information Visualization Time: 10:30 – 11:30 AM Location: Snell Library Room 90 (basement) Sponsored By: Northeastern University Visualization Consortium (NUVis) Contact: s.braun@northeastern.edu Speaker:Steven Braun | Data Analytics and Visualization Specialist in Snell Library’s Digital Scholarship Group We are often drawn to information visualization because of the power it wields as  Continue Reading »

10/06/2016 Faculty Works-in-Progress: Imke Reimers

Digitization, Disintermediation, and the Supply of New Products Time: 3:30 to 4:30 Location: 909 Renaissance Park Sponsored By: Presented by the CSSH Dean’s Office and the Northeastern Humanities Center Contact: nuhumanities@neu.edu Speaker:Imke Reimers Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, College of Social Sciences and Humanities Imke Reimers joined Northeastern in 2014 as an assistant professor of  Continue Reading »

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