N. Katherine Hayles
Hillis Professor of Literature in English and Media Arts
University of California, Los Angeles

Complex ecologies of narrative and dataGraduate Student Seminar

10:30–11:30 AM February 29, 2008
Digital Worlds Institute REVE (Research, Education and Visualization Environment), University of Florida

The seminar is open to UF graduate students of any discipline, and all graduate students interested in new media, cyberculture, and the future of literature in the digital field are encouraged to attend. The seminar will be jointly moderated by Terry Harpold (Associate Professor of English, UF) and Craig Saper (Professor of English, UCF), and videoconferenced live between UCF and UF's REVE facilities in the Digital Worlds Institute.

Professor Hayles requests that all attendees read in advance of the seminar two draft essays drawn from her ongoing research and writing projects. The texts are available for download now in .pdf format from the Digital Assembly WWW site. Please note that because of the technical logistics of teleconferencing the seminar will begin at 10:30 sharp. You are encouraged to arrive at the REVE no later than 10:20.

To learn more about the REVE, the Polymodal Immersive Theater (where the seminar will be held), and for directions to the teleconference facilities (adjacent to Norman Hall, in the former J. Norman Gym), see: <http://www.digitalworlds.ufl.edu/>.

“Complex Ecologies of Narrative & Data: Moveable Type & Only Revolutions.”

4–6 PM, February 29, 2008
Pugh Hall 120, University of Florida.