Programs

…broad, interdisciplinary community of digital studies scholars, the DSC offers financial support for faculty and students who would like to attend and/or present at conferences that take up digital technologies from various disciplinary angles. Those receiving support are asked to develop a short presentation, reporting back to the Rutgers-Camden community…

Fall 2019 Courses

…major in Digital Studies COMPUTATIONAL THINKING 50:209:230 TTH 9:35-10:55 AM DuBose How do we use computation to solve problems? What kinds of problems are solvable with computation, and what kinds aren’t? This course offers students both practical and theoretical experience with computer programming. No previous programming experience is required.Required for…

Major & Minor

…also exploring “computer logic.” Students will come away understanding the affordances and constraints of computation as a tool and as a medium for expression. Readings, along with other supplemental video lectures, will serve as the basis for the theoretical side of the class. Here, we will step away from the…

2016-2017 Fellows

…in virtual communities and the document of the future at Xerox PARC; Content Coordinator for Arts Wire, a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts; and Editor of the MIT Press compendium, Social Media Archeology and Poetics. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally.     Charlene…

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….