February 18, 2014: In our current digital landscape, information is available at a much faster speed, from a larger variety of sources, and through new mediums. This availability of resources has changed not just the way society stays informed, but the way academic subjects are both explored and taught.
The discussion “Finding the Human in Digital Humanities: How Many Bytes Does it take to Get to the Center?” was moderated by Kori Street, director of education at the USC Shoah Foundation.
- James Collins, assistant professor of classics
- Mark C. Marino, associate professor of writing, director for the Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab and director of communication of the Electronic Literature Organization
- Holly Willis, Chair of Media Arts + Practice Division, Director of the Institute for Multimedia Literacy at USC School of Cinematic Arts
Co-Sponsored by the Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics.