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Monday, May 12, 2008

2007 HASTAC Conference Proceedings Available

An announcement from HASTAC.org ("Haystack")
Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Advanced Collaboratory

Electronic Techtonics: Thinking at the Interface Conference Proceedings Available Now

Available now for download or for purchase from LULU: "Electronic Techtonics: Thinking at the Interface," the Proceedings of the First International HASTAC Conference, edited by the HASTAC Editorial Collective of Erin Ennis, Zoe Marie Jones, Paolo Mangiafico, Mark Olson, Jennifer Rhee, Mitali Routh, Jonathan E. Tarr, and Brett Walters.

The volume is self-published with Creative Commons licensing, 209 pages long, and includes the entire conference program from last year, URLs for all digital recordings of the conference (available at http://www.hastac.org), and many of the papers from the refereed panels that were chaired and selected by members of the Franklin Humanities Institute's Seminar on "Interface," Duke's contribution to the In|Formation Year.

You can obtain your copy of the Electronic Techtonics proceedings from Lulu's website.

You can download a PDF from there, or order a handsomely designed (by Jason Doty) paperback edition for $12.24 for delivery directly to you. You can order one copy or enough for your entire class. It's great documentation of this moment in the theory, history, and practice of digital media culture.

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