On April 15 – 16, 2016, the Andrew W. Mellon Fellows in Digital Humanities at the University of Rochester will host “Hard Coded Humanities.” This interdisciplinary conference will “challenge traditional distinctions between software and hardware in scholarly contexts,” according to their announcement. In addition to keynotes by DH scholars Matthew Kirschenbaum and Kari Kraus; there will be workshops on electronic literature, video game music, and physical computing. The physical computing workshop will be led by Joshua Romphf, who recently co-led a Digital Scholarship Week workshop on Reconstructing Historical Structures here at UB. There will also be special-topic panels featuring an international roster of humanities researchers.
All events are free to attend, but the workshop spots may fill up quickly. More information and registration at hardcodedhumanities.com.