San Diego, CA, June 5, 2007 -- The conference of the Humanities, Arts, Science and Technnology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC) was organized this year by the UC Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI) and its director, UC Irvine professor David Theo Goldberg, an academic participant in Calit2's Irvine division. The May event was part of a year-long set of national, and to some degree international, initiatives to promote digital humanities. The event at Calit2 in San Diego was the closing event of the year-long program, and featured demos and presentations on UC projects at the interface of humanities/arts/social sciences and the digital world.
The talks were webcast by the UCSD division of Calit2 and are now available for on-demand viewing. To watch, click on the image or video link below [Real player and broadband connection required].
San Diego Supercomputer Center
University of California, San Diego
Length: 06:26 [video]
University of California, Santa Barbara
Length: 23:33 [video]
|Adriene Jenik University of California, San Diego
Length: 28:37 [video]
CISA3/UCSD Division of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology
Length: 25:19 [video]
|Panel and Discussion
(l-r) Lev Manovich (UC San Diego), Cathy Davidson (Duke University), Larry Smarr (Calit2/UC San Diego)
Length: 55:03 [video ]
UCSD visual arts professor Adriene Jenik's talk centered on her Calit2-sponsored SPECFLIC new-media project, and Calit2 program manager Hubenko spoke about the institute's new Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture and Archaeology.