"The Futures of Literature, Science, and Media" A Symposium Honoring Professor N. Katherine Hayles

Friday, November 17, 2017 - 9:00am

Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105 - Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall

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Katherine Hayles, Nathan Brown, Mark Hansen, Melody Jue, Alan Liu, Kate Marshall, Colin Milburn, Jessica Pressman, Rita Raley

"The Futures of Literature, Science, and Media," is a symposium in honor of Professor N. Katherine Hayles, hosted by the Program in Literature. This event is part of the FHI Humanities Futures grant. Morning Session: 9:00am-12:30pmModerator: Michael HardtIntroductory remarks: Michael Hardt, Duke University 9:15-9:50amNathan Brown, Concordia University"From the Posthuman to the Cognitive Nonconscious: Theorizing the Subject of Information with Kate Hayles" 9:50-10:25Melody Jue, University of California, Santa Barbara"The Media of Kelp" Coffee Break 10:40-11:15Kate Marshall, University of Notre Dame"Mediating the Nonhuman: A Drone's-Eye View 11:15-11:50Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara"What Infrastructure Assumes" 11:50-12:30General Discussion Afternoon Session: 1:30-5:00pm Moderator: Rey Chow, Duke University 1:40-2:15pmColin Milburn, University of California, Davis"All Your Base Are Belong To Us: Video Games and Technogenic Life" 2:15-2:50Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University"Electronic Literature, Diet Dr. Pepper, And Doing It All: What I Learned from Kate Hayles" Coffee Break 3:00-3:35 Rita Raley, University of California, Santa Barbara"Machines Writing" 3:35-4:10Mark Hansen, Duke University"The World According to Kate Hayles"4:10-4:50General Discussion4:50-5:00Kate Hayles, Duke University: Concluding Remarks

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