Thursday, April 3 12:00 noon to 1:15 p.m. Kuykendall 106 Events Room Information Literacy is part of the General Education SLO’s (Student Learning Outcomes) and a large part of Manoa’s accreditation requirements, yet questions arise daily about how to define, teach and access this critical component of student education. This workshop brings modern and realistic perspectives regarding information literacy that you can apply immediately in your
Harriette Hemmasi, Brown University Librarian Presented by the Humanities Center Initiative Thursday April 3, 2014, 3-4:30pm UH Hamilton Library Room 301 Admission free Sponsored by the Offices of the Deans of Arts & Humanities, LLL, SPAS and the University Librarian This presentation outlines ways in which today’s academic libraries are in transition, both internally and in terms of their response
CENTER FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES SPRING SYMPOSIUM, “Brave New South Asia: Science, Technology and Society” Presents KEYNOTE Dr. Itty Abraham (National University of Singapore) WHEN: April 15, 3 – 4:30 PM WHERE: Center for Korean Studies ABSTRACT: Citizenship, expressed in relation to technology, is typically framed by the technological subject’s encounter with the state. In contexts where the state has always had a close
Two presentations by Jason Edward Lewis and Sakwennati, indigenous poets/artists/scholars from Concordia University, Montréal. The P.o.E.M.M. Cycle (Poetry for Excitable [Mobile] Media) Thursday, February 27 3:00 pm Kuykendall 410 The P.o.E.M.M. Cycle (Poetry for Excitable [Mobile] Media) is a series of interactive touch text-works about making sense of crazy talk & kid talk, the meanings of different shades of purple,
Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative member Jim Hearon is co-editor of Csound Journal, an online journal dealing with the elctronic music composition environment Csound. The journal has just released Issue 19. Please enjoy responsibly!
Performance can take some interesting turns. Performativity comes from the idea that your performances and utterances do not just say something but do something in the world. The past two Friday nights, as part of the preliminaries for the fiftieth anniversary dance concert at UH Mānoa’s Kennedy Theater, dance professor Kara Miller invited History professor Richard Rath to set up
Our approach to this Digital Arts and Humanities is interdisciplinary and collaborative. We encourage scholarship about performance and performative contexts. Our intention is to interact with and form critical ways of thinking about new media and diverse practices of communication that are culturally, politically, and historically informed. We are committed to sharing open source scholarship and the notion of performativity