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The Digital Studies Center Presents a Special Screening of Hit and Stay

…with many of the participants, as well as observers ranging from political critic Noam Chomsky to historian Howard Zinn. As the activists went to prison or underground, tangled with the FBI, they ultimately helped change America’s mind about the war. Not Rated, 97 minutes. Q&A to follow. More info: www.hitandstay.com…

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Digital Studies Center is pleased to announce the 2014-2015 Project Grant Winners

…ideal tool to ensure students’ work doesn’t die a distinguished academic death when it is submitted to a professor. Instead, it can be publicly vetted and contribute to a wider debate on academic topics. When I’ve employed this method, I’ve found students work harder, engage deeper, and have more meaningful…

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Shoot, View, Play: A Study of the GameBoy Camera

On May 1, The Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center will officially launch the Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (R-CADE). The R-CADE is a collection of hardware and software made available to scholars for research purposes. Unlike many archives, the R-CADE does not necessarily aim to preserve these artifacts, at least not…

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English 394: Introduction to Digital Humanities (Spring 2015)

What does the artist, historian, or literary scholar have to say about the computational platforms and formats that shape our lives? “Introduction to Digital Humanities” will address this question by treating digital technologies as both expressive media and as objects worthy of humanistic study. The course will provide students with…