[SIGCIS-Members] Rendered Worlds: New Regimes of Imaging. October 23

Ranjodh Singh Dhaliwal rjdhaliwal at ucdavis.edu
Tue Oct 13 07:05:00 PDT 2020


 Dear SIGCIS friends,

Just sharing this <https://twitter.com/ranjodhd/status/1316008537613651968>
online event that may be of interest to some on this list. Apologies for
any cross-posting.

Hope everyone is staying safe!

Warmly,
Ranjodh
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Hi everyone,

Please consider joining us on Friday, October 23 at 10am PDT for 'Rendered
Worlds: New Regimes of Imaging'. Co-organized by teams from Stanford
University and University of California Davis, this event brings together a
transatlantic group of scholars to discuss the social, historical,
technical, and aesthetic entanglements of our computational images.

Talking about their latest work would be Shane Denson (Stanford), Ranjodh
Singh Dhaliwal (UC Davis and Universität Siegen), Bernard Dionysius
Geoghegan (King's College London), and Deborah Levitt (The New School).
Hank Gerba (Stanford) and Jacob Hagelberg (UC Davis) will co-moderate the
round-table. Please register at tinyurl.com/renderedworlds for your zoom
link!

The event is co-sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center, the
Technocultural Futures Research Cluster, and the departments of English,
Cinema and Digital Media, and Science and Technology Studies at UC Davis.
Made possible by support from Linda Randall Meier, the Mellon Foundation,
and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please direct them to
me (rjdhaliwal at ucdavis.edu).

Best,
Ranjodh, Shane, Hank, and Annika (organizing committee)


-- 
*Ranjodh Singh Dhaliwal*
Visiting Fellow, Sonderforschungsbereich “Medien der Kooperation,”
Universität Siegen.
Provost's Dissertation Fellow in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences,
Doctoral Candidate in English and Science and Technology Studies,
University of California, Davis
https://www.ranjodhdhaliwal.com/

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