Call for Applications from Faculty and Staff || Critical Making across the Divisions: A Trico Seminar

Call for Applications from Faculty and Staff || Critical Making across the Divisions: A Trico Seminar

Faculty (tenure-line and continuing) and staff from any discipline and research background are invited to apply to this Spring 2015 Digital Humanities seminar focusing recent theories and practices that integrate active construction, creation, building, and doing. DEADLINE: 11/26/14

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Call for Applications from Faculty and Staff || The Art of Topic Modeling for Total Beginners: A Trico Seminar

Call for Applications from Faculty and Staff || The Art of Topic Modeling for Total Beginners: A Trico Seminar

Faculty (tenure-line and continuing) and staff from any discipline and research background are invited to apply to this Spring 2015 Digital Humanities seminar, engaging in a robust, critical, practice-based conversation about the possibilities, limits, and dangers of topic modeling - and of machine learning and computer-assisted humanities methods more broadly. DEADLINE: 11/26/14

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AMERICAN RUBBLE

AMERICAN RUBBLE

Featuring Mellon Creative Resident Stephanie Syjuco, American Rubble addresses the physical and social transformation occurring in our cities. Encompassing an artist residency, exhibition, and day-long symposium, the project engages issues from the dismantling of the Berlin Wall in 1989 to urban redevelopment projects in post-industrial urban areas like Philadelphia.

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WATCH: Stephanie Syjuco AMERICAN RUBBLE Preview

WATCH: Stephanie Syjuco AMERICAN RUBBLE Preview

Watch a video preview with Mellon Creative Resident and 2014 Guggenheim Fellow Stephanie Syjuco for the upcoming AMERICAN RUBBLE lecture, symposium, and temporary exhibition, December 2-5, 2014.  

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WATCH: mounir fatmi’s “Hard Head” installation

WATCH: mounir fatmi’s “Hard Head” installation

Watch the time-lapse installation of mounir fatmi's "Hard Head" by muralists by David Guinn and Marah Carpenter for the exhibition "Memory, Place, Desire: Contemporary Art of the Maghreb and Maghrebi Diaspora," now showing at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery.

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Memory, Place, Desire: Contemporary Art of the Maghreb and Maghrebi Diaspora

Memory, Place, Desire: Contemporary Art of the Maghreb and Maghrebi Diaspora

Features the works of 13 artists from the North African countries of Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and the Maghrebi diaspora.

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Crosslisted

Crosslisted

Join us for CROSSLISTED—Friday conversations and pastries, with faculty, students, and staff working with the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities.

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Re:Humanities 2015: Save, Share, Self-Destruct

Re:Humanities 2015: Save, Share, Self-Destruct

Re:Humanities is the first national digital humanities conference of, for, and by undergraduates, now in its fifth year.  The Re:Hum Working Group welcomes conference proposals at all stages of development, with the understanding that a substantial amount of research will be accumulated to present at the conference at Swarthmore College, April 9-10, 2015. DEADLINE: January 1, 2015

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DECENTERED

DECENTERED

DE-CENTER yourself and read up on new projects with the Mellon Creative Residences Program, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities.

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Events

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Friday, November 28th, 2014

Saturday, November 29th, 2014

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Monday, December 1st, 2014


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