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IMDB and Queering Media
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  The following is an update on Cade Johnson's 2014-2015 undergraduate fellowship project with the Five College Digital Humanities Initiative. Her project is a queer feminist online installation art piece and analytical essay on the strange life of body horror … Read More

Generative Music and Video Games
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  The following is an update on Andrew Wang's 2014-2015 undergraduate fellowship project with the Five College Digital Humanities Initiative. His project exists at the intersection of digital technologies and experimental musicality—a space that Andrew describes as a “feedback loop” … Read More

Creating a Virtual Reality Game: The Process
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  The following is an update on Coralie Pardo's 2014-2015 undergraduate fellowship project with the Five College Digital Humanities Initiative. Her project is an interactive video game that uses principles of embodiment to interrogate the experience of race and gender. … Read More

Parables for Proto-Space: An Introduction
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    The following is an update on Craig Campell's 2014-2015 undergraduate fellowship project with the Five College Digital Humanities Initiative. His project is an ethical and aesthetic exploration into the architectures of cyberspace and poetics of virtuality. Through an interdisciplinary … Read More

Skinskin keynote presentation transcript
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    The following is an update on Wouter Schievink's 2014-2015 undergraduate fellowship project with the Five College Digital Humanities Initiative. His project is a series of public art installations that use principles of robotics and interactivity to engage the disjunctions … Read More

A Video Game Practicum: Recapping the Week
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This past January, I taught a week-long January term course entitled "Winners Don't Smash Buttons: A Video Game Practicum." This blog post is a summary of what happened over the course of the week; if you’d like a more detailed, … Read More

PEER2PEER:
Democracy, Deregulation, &Discontents
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Image: Zach Blas / Queer Technologies   For two weeks in January, I taught an undergraduate intensive course at Hampshire College on network culture and its discontents as part of my post-baccalaureate residency with 5CollDH. I had been planning the … Read More