Mike Thicke, a philosopher of science and instructor with the Bard Prison Initiative, is offering a workshop to introduce one way to access and analyze texts using the statistical language R and the CrossRef database.
Visual effects such as computer graphics, set extensions and digital makeup are integral to the process in almost all feature films and television projects. At the heart of most effects shots are the fundamental foundation areas: motion tracking, rotoscoping and … Continued
A lecture by Prof. Tyler Bickford (University of Pittsburgh) Presented by Bard Ehtnomusicology, The IDEA Fund, Experimental Humanities, and American Studies Date: Thursday, October 5 at 5:30 pm in RKC 103 Based on long-term ethnographic fieldwork at an elementary school in … Continued
Lecture by N. Katherine Hayles, James D. Duke Professor of Literature (Duke University) Since Gutenberg, printing technologies changed only modestly through five centuries of print production. However, starting in the mid-20th century, computational media began to be integrated with printing … Continued
Date: Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 3:00 pm, Henderson Annex 106 This workshop will explore the implications of the changed nature of alphabetic writing in digital technologies, where the surface inscription is generated through layers of software and hardware. As printing technologies move … Continued