Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for an academic conference on reading and writing in the digital age!
|9:00 AM||Registration and light breakfast in the Banatao Auditorium|
|9:30 AM||Welcome and Introduction by Berkeley Center for New Media Director Greg Niemeyer|
|9:40 AM||"Already Beyond the E-Book Age?"
Francois Bon, Author and Co-Founder of publie.net
|10:00 AM||"Is this a Story or a Poll?: A machine-breaker's guide to digital narrative"
Martin Gantefohr, Writer/Game Director and Co-Founder of House of Tales
|10:30 AM||Synthesis by Eric Paulos, Assistant Professor of New Media, UC Berkeley|
| 10:40 AM
|11:00 AM||"Adventures in Algorithmic Cultures"
Nicolas Nova, Professor at Geneva University of Arts and Design and founder of the Near Future Laboratory
|11:20 AM||"Network Tense: How to Approach a Contemporary, Technologically-Mediated World"
James Bridle, Writer, Artist, Publisher, and Technologist
|11:40 AM||Synthesis by Kimiko Ryokai, Assistant Professor for Tangible Media, School of Information, BCNM, UC Berkeley|
|11:50 AM||Panel 1– "Creative Disruption: Expression and Digital Form"
Moderated by Laura Sydell, NPR Digital Correspondent
Lunch Break (pre-purchased lunches can be picked up in the 3rd floor atrium of Sutardja Dai Hall)
Metadata Poster Session in the Banatao Auditorium
|2:00 PM||"Hermeneutics, heuristics and paideia in the digital epistémè"
Bernard Stiegler, Director of the Department of Cultural Development at the George Pompidou Center
|2:55 PM||"The Cognitive Nonconscious: Implications for Thinking in the Digital Age"
Katherine Hayles, Professor in the Literature Program at Duke University
| 3:40 PM
|4:00 PM||Synthesis by Abigail De Kosnik, Assistant Professor for New Media, TDPS, BCNM, UC Berkeley|
|4:15 PM||Panel 2– "Thinking Technologies: Reading the Digital Mind"
Warren Sack, Professor of Film and Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz
David Bates, Professor of Rhetoric at UC Berkeley
| 5:00 PM
||Reception, Sutardja Dai Atrium|