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Category Archives: reading
Over at Found History, Tom Scheinfeldt is writing about digital technology and what he’s called the “performative humanities.” Based on a recent talk at Brown University, Scheinfeldt considers “game changing” in the digital humanities, mostly through analogies to baseball, including … Continue reading
Here’s a link to the Imagine That! blog at Psychology Today. Authors Michele and Robert Root-Bernstein make a compelling and empirically-backed case for the importance of arts education in promoting innovation and creativity. The full article is: Artsmarts: Why Cutting Arts … Continue reading
Just a few quick Friday updates this week, as it’s the first week of classes. As posted by Theatre Communications Group, applications in Theater, Playwriting, Dance Performance, Choreography and Film are now available. These awards are for emerging artists in several … Continue reading
The Media Ecology Association is now soliciting proposals for their 12th conference in Alberta, Canada – June 23-26, 2011. The call for papers is here. The theme of this year’s conference is “Space, Place and the McLuhan Legacy.” Very cool. Also … Continue reading