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Digital Wharton Brainstorming Symposium

…New School for Liberal Arts, founder and editor of The Charles Chesnutt Digital Archive, Board Member of Networked Interface for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship (NINES) Molly Hardy, American Antiquarian Society Digital Humanities Curator Brendan O’Neill, Editor, Oxford University Press, New York City Kenneth Price, Hillegass Professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln;…

2018-2019 Fellows

Natalie Mesnard   Natalie Mesnard is a writer and game designer currently teaching in the Pratt Institute Game Design & Interactive Media program. Literary publication credits include poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, appearing or forthcoming in places such as Blackbird, Kenyon Review Online, The Gettysburg Review, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere….

U R Here: A Festival of Digital Language Art

…be useful, but it’s far more interesting as a creative and poetic tool, to create and thereby investigate absurd juxtapositions, poised on the brink of the infinite void of nonsense. We’ll learn how to use Tracery (created by Kate Compton), a freely available tool that makes it easy to create…

2015-2016 Fellows

…cultural debates that often accompany them in order to consider how technology is understood variously to augment the child’s imagination and creativity and address perceived problems of children’s attention and engagement. DH Certificate Course: Toy Design Fall 2015 50:163:386 Monday & Wednesday 6:00PM – 7:20PM ATG-109 Nicole Karapanagiotis As a…


Well Played: With Those We Love Alive

Each semester, the Digital Studies Center hosts a series of Well Played events during which students, faculty, and staff discuss and play videogames. These events are based on the ETC Press Journal, Well Played, and they encourage close readings of game mechanics and narratives. Well Played sessions are free form,…