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NULab Fall 2022 Events

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We’re excited to share the NULab’s fall 2022 calendar of events. We have some very exciting talks, panels, workshops, and other events planned for the semester. Additional details and registration information are on the NULab’s events page.

We’ll share any updates or newly-added events on the NULab events page; we’ll also circulate these through the NUDIGITAL list. These events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Registration links are coming soon for some events, so please save these dates and check the events page for updates. Please contact nulab.info@gmail.com with any questions.

We hope to see you this semester!

NULab Fall 2022 Calendar of Events

October 7, 1–2:15pm, virtual
If/Then: Technology and Poetics Fall Events Series

Chris Martens and Alexandra To on Gaming as Speculative World Building Practice
Hosted by If/Then: Technology and Poetics

November 2, 12–1pm, virtual
DH Open Office Hours: Speed Data-ing Research Collaboration Event

Featuring: Silvio Amir, Yakov Bart, Sina Fazelpour, Gina Nortonsmith, and David Smith
Co-hosted with the Digital Scholarship Group (DSG)

November 4, 1–2:15pm, virtual
If/Then: Technology and Poetics Fall Events Series

Kathy Wu on Teaching with RiTa.js
Hosted by If/Then: Technology and Poetics

November 9, 12–1pm, virtual
DH Open Office Hours: NULab/DSG Fall Scholarship Celebration

Featuring: Nicole Aljoe, Olly Ayers, Cassie McMillan, Alauna Safarpour, and Giulia Taurino
Co-hosted with the DSG

November 15, 4:30–5:45pm, Alumni Center
CAMD Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer, Ethan Zuckerman

“Reimagining the Digital Public Sphere”
Co-hosted with the School of Journalism, the Department of Communication Studies, the Center for Design, the Burnes Center for Social Change, and the Network Science Institute

November 16, virtual & in-person at Snell Library
GIS Day

Please join us for our local event as part of the international celebration of GIS Day, featuring lightning talks, a survey contest, a keynote by Mason Jones (University of Maryland), and a workshop on developing narrative maps with KnightLab StoryMap.
Co-hosted with Research Data Services and the Digital Integration Teaching Initiative (DITI)

December 6, 11am, virtual
DH Open Office Hours: Visiting Speaker Mindy Seu, Rutgers University

“The Translation of Cyberfeminism”
Co-hosted with the DSG

December 9, 1–2:15pm, virtual
If/Then: Technology and Poetics Fall Events Series

Open Mic
Hosted by If/Then: Technology and Poetics

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