NOWCASTING - Two Day Panel Discussions

Feb 24th, 2011

NOWCASTING is the first conference to apply design theory to emerging issues in the digital humanities. Showcasing digital humanities projects at every level from Google mapping to super computing visualization, the Nowcasting seminar proposes that learning from communication design, interaction design, and industrial design will be vital to 21st century humanistic inquiry.

The Nowcasting Seminar is organized by Peter Lunenfeld + sponsored by University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI), UCLA Design|Media Arts ,Digital Humanities + Media Study

Speaker Biography


ANNE BURDICK (ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN), Chair, Media Design Program / Designer, Electronic Book Review

TREVOR PAGLEN (UC BERKELEY), Department Of Geography

JEFFREY SCHNAPP (STANFORD), Rosina Pierotti Chair In Italian Literature / Co-Director, Stanford Humanities Lab

JOHANNA DRUCKER (UCLA), Martin + Bernard Breslauer Professor In Information Studies

JAN-CHRISTOPHER HORAK (UCLA), Director, Film + Television Archive / Moving Image Archive Studies Program

ERKKI HUHTAMO (UCLA), Design Media Arts / Co-Editor, UC Press Technoculture + The Arts Series

WARREN SACK (UCSC), Film + Digital Media + Digital Arts / New Media

LEV MANOVICH (UCSD), Visual Arts Department / Director, Software Studies Initiative CALIT2

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JULIA REINHARD LUPTON (UCI), English + Comparative Literature / UCI Design Alliance

BENJAMIN H. BRATTON (UCSD), Visual Arts Department / Director, Design Policy Program CALIT2

TODD PRESNER (UCLA), Germanic Languages + Jewish Studies/ Director, Hypercities: Berlin Los Angeles

PETER LUNENFELD (UCLA) DESIGN MEDIA ARTS, Director, MIT Press Mediawork Project

LORRAINE WILD (CALARTS), Graphic Design / Principal, Green Dragon Office



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