Next up in our DH Minor Spotlight on Fall 2016 Courses, Bookshelves to Big Data: Archaeologies of Knowledge.
“Throughout human history we have relied on various institutions and politico-intellectual architectures to organize, index, preserve, make sense of, and facilitate or control access to our stores of knowledge, our assemblages of media, our collections of information. This seminar looks at the past, present, and future of these information architectures, and considers what logics, politics, audiences, contents, aesthetics, physical forms, etc., ally and differentiate them.”
Shannon Mattern | NMDS 5278 | CRN: 6989 | Tuesday 4-5:50pm | 3 Credits
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