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CFP: 2018 R-CADE Symposium on Technique

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    Matthew K. Gold
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    Forwarded message:

    From: James Brown <jim.brown@rutgers.edu>

    Hi, all.

    I thought folks on this list would be interested in this year’s R-CADE
    Symposium. Each year the Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center conducts
    this symposium, offering money to panels so they can purchase hardware and
    software to do hands-on research with digital technology. Details below!

    Jim Brown

    2018 R-CADE Symposium

    The Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center welcomes panel proposals for the
    2018 R-CADE Symposium, April 20, 2018. The Rutgers-Camden Archive of
    Digital Ephemera (R-CADE) provides scholars and artists the opportunity to
    do hands-on work with digital ephemera.

    Panels are provided with funds (up to $1,000) to purchase hardware,
    software, or any other resources necessary to complete research or creative
    activity.

    2018 TOPIC: TECHNIQUE

    Grant Wythoff, the 2018 R-CADE Curator and Keynote Speaker, invites panel
    proposals that take up the idea of technique. While many of us increasingly
    use the same devices, designed and manufactured by the same companies, we
    all have distinctly unique routines or rituals when it comes to using them.
    How do we analyze, write about, or celebrate the performance of an
    individual user? What do these techniques reveal about the values of a
    digital culture, or its beliefs about how complex technologies actually
    work?

    Panel proposals are due November 10, 2017

    http://rcade.camden.rutgers.edu/2018symposium.html

    Contact curator Grant Wythoff with any questions: grant.wythoff@gmail.com

    James J. Brown, Jr.
    Rutgers University-Camden
    Associate Professor of English
    Director, Digital Studies Center

    Fine Arts Building
    Room 213
    http://www.jamesjbrownjr.net

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