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Humanist Archives: Oct. 25, 2019, 6:01 a.m. Humanist 33.339 - events: Internet at 50; learning design; global epistemics

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    [1]    From: Nemenyi, Daniel 
           Subject: 50 Years of Internet Event / Department of Digital Humanities (52)

    [2]    From: Francois Lachance 
           Subject: TCC 2020@25 Announcement & Call for Proposals (50)

    [3]    From: Willard McCarty 
           Subject: Knowledge Beyond Discipline (42)


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        Date: 2019-10-23 19:58:20+00:00
        From: Nemenyi, Daniel 
        Subject: 50 Years of Internet Event / Department of Digital Humanities

Dear colleagues,


In a week's time the internet will be exactly 50 years old, and to mark
this occasion the Department of Digital Humanities is holding an evening
of PechaKucha (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PechaKucha) style
reflections - short, lively and critical - followed by a drinks
reception, on Wednesday November 6. We would be much obliged if you
could help circulate this message and, moreover, join us!

Happy Packet Switching! 50 years of Internet
Register:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/happy-packet-switching-tickets-77325266955

Wednesday, 6 November 2019
18:00 - 21:30 GMT

Talks (Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Strand): 18:00

Dr Mercedes Bunz, 'Thank you internet, or how I got away from Kittler'
Dr Stuart Dunn, 'Growing up tall and proud: Arpanet and the Cold War'
Dr Kate Devlin
Dr Ashwin Mathew, 'Whose internet?'
Dr Conor McKeown, 'Logic; Cryptography; The Internet: How Cracking Codes
Led to Shaking Hands'
Dr Daniel Nemenyi, 'Cybernetic Guerrilla Warfare'
Dr Claire Reddleman, 'The Power of Abstraction: mapping the internet'
Dr Kristen Schuster, 'The Internet Was Invented for Sharing Cat Photos...'
Dr Phottini Vrikki, 'At the Internet's Margins? After the Mainstreaming
of Online Practices'

Films edited by Dr Marta Musso.

Wine reception: 19:30 -21:00


Also, you may be interesting in another upcoming event hosted by DDH:

Patrick ffrench (KCL), Olga Goriunova (Royal Holloway), Scott Wark (Warwick)
"Who are we online? On the 'Digital Subject' and online personhood"

Wednesday, 14 November, 6-8pm, King's College London (Strand), Anatomy
Lecture Theatre K6.29

Register here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/who-are-we-online-on-the-digital-subject-and-
online-personhood-tickets-77334741293


Best Regards,
Daniel Nemenyi



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        Date: 2019-10-23 12:10:46+00:00
        From: Francois Lachance 
        Subject: TCC 2020@25 Announcement & Call for Proposals

25th Anniversary Special!

TCC Worldwide Online Conference
April 14-16, 2020
Vision 2020

Submission deadline: December 20, 2019
Submissions: http://bit.ly/tcc2020proposal
Homepage: tcchawaii.org
Hashtag: #tccsilver

Call for Proposals

Faculty and staff are invited to submit a paper or a general session
proposal related to learning design and technology such as e-learning,
learning communities, digital literacy, social media, online privacy,
mobile learning, emerging technologies (AI, AR, VR), gamification, faculty
and staff support, and professional development.

25th Anniversary Special!

To celebrate this milestone, two features are included in this year's
event: A commemorative pre-conference (http://bit.ly/tcc2020preconference)
symposium onsite (March 17-18) and a Day in the Life of TCC, where plenary
sessions will be presented over the entire 24-hours of April 15 (HST) in
six-hour blocks from four regions of the world.

Suggested TOPICS & FULL DETAILS
http://tcchawaii.org/call-for-proposals-2020

Submissions
http://bit.ly/tcc2020proposal

Venue

Participation in this event is entirely online. All sessions are streamed
in real-time. Sessions recorded for later viewing. For your info, recordings
from our previous TCC 2019 may be viewed:
https://2019.tcconlineconference.org/program/

More Info

Bert Kimura  or Curtis Ho 

TCC Hawaii, LearningTimes, & the Learning Design and Technology Department,
College of Education, UH-Manoa collaborate to produce this event. Numerous
volunteer faculty and staff worldwide provide additional support.




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        Date: 2019-10-23 11:29:40+00:00
        From: Willard McCarty 
        Subject: Knowledge Beyond Discipline

Knowledge Beyond Discipline:
Launching the Global Epistemics Book Series at Cambridge
29 October, 5pm
Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH,
http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/),
Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DT

The gloknos team is delighted to invite you to join the celebration of
the launch of gloknos's book series on Global Epistemics, established in
partnership with publisher Rowman & Littlefield International.

The event will feature a collective discussion on Knowledge Beyond
Discipline with members of the series' International Editorial Board,
who will join gloknos's director and series founding editor Inanna
Hamati-Ataya to reflect on the promises and challenges of
transdisciplinary knowledge and research in the 21st century.

Confirmed Participants:

Maria Birnbaum (Bern); Helen Anne Curry (Cambridge); Marieke Hendriksen
(Amsterdam); Katarzyna Kaczmarska (Edinburgh); G.E.R. Lloyd (Cambridge);
Luis Lobo-Guerrero (Groningen); Eric Lybeck (Manchester); Willard
McCarty (King's College London); Iwan Rhys Morus (Aberystwyth); John
Naughton (Cambridge); David Pretel (Mexico); Fred Spier (Amsterdam)

The discussion will be held at CRASSH (Rooms SG1&2) on 29 October from
5PM, and followed by a wine reception in the Atrium of the Alison
Richard Building around 7PM. Please book your places with Samantha Peel
(sjp229@cam.ac.uk)

For more information, see
http://gloknos.ac.uk/media/announcements/knowledge-beyond-discipline-launching-
the-global-epistemics-book-series


--
Willard McCarty (www.mccarty.org.uk/),
Professor emeritus, Department of Digital Humanities, King's College
London; Editor, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
(www.tandfonline.com/loi/yisr20) and Humanist (www.dhhumanist.org)




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