My apologies for a prolonged absence as we’ve built (and rebuilt) our new labs. With the renovations nearly complete, and with so many pixels glowing over recent charges by Daniel Allington, Sarah Brouillette and David Golumbia that digital humanities enable neoliberalism, I felt it time to take up this blog once again. The authors of […]Read More »
The Hyperlab is Carleton University’s first Digital Humanities research centre. Our members collaborate on projects involving digital text and narrative, game studies, locative media, digital theatre, film, and new media cultures.
The Hyperlab is proud to co-host Kim Martin, Michael Ridley Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities at the University of Guelph, who will be speaking at Carleton’s Discovery Centre on Tuesday, March 8, 4:45-6:00, Room 482 MacOdrum Library. She’ll tell the story of one scholar’s adventures down a path that joins Digital Humanities, Serendipity Studies and […]Read More »
Just published in Digital Studies/Le champ numérique: https://t.co/Cgjw1G55On.Read More »
This spring, the Hyperlab will be expanding. Brian Greenspan and Stuart J. Murray, Canada Research Chair in Rhetoric and Ethics, have received a CFI Infrastructure Grant to build a Digital Rhetorics and Ethics Lab adjacent to the Hyperlab. More details and screenshots to come!Read More »
Hyperlab members played an active role in organizing the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Society for Utopian Studies in Montreal last week. Sarah, Jenna, Adrien and Brian presented our work on a number of panels devoted to the Video Games and Animation, Immaterial Labour, and the Digital Humanities. We also gave a sneak preview of […]Read More »
Last week, we teamed up with the folks at TAG to produce a one-day Utopia-themed Indie Game Arcade to coincide with the 39th Annual Meeting of the Society of Utopian Studies in Montreal. Carolyn Jong, Skot Deeming and Kal Kalervo organized and curated the event, which attracted about 70 visitors over the course of the […]Read More »