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Mapping Time & Space

May 2, 2013

Part of the Slider and Wired! Workshop Series

May 2-4, 2013

Due to an overwhelming response, all workshops are full and waitlist capacity has been reached. Please contact with questions about the workshops or kick-off event.

Thursday, May 2 @ 5:00 pm

Roundtable discussion at the National Humanities Center

Workshops at S228 Bay 12, Smith Warehouse

Friday, May 3

9 am-12pm

Nicole Coleman (Stanford Humanities Center) teaches Knot

Link to Knot dev area (under construction)

1 pm-4pm

Scott Arcenas (Department of Classical Studies at Stanford University) teaches ORBIS

Saturday, May 4

9 am-12pm

David McClure (The Scholars’ Lab at University of Virginia) teaches Neatline

Sponsored by: Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Department of Classical Studies Greater than Games Lab, The Graduate School, Department of History, PhD Laboratory in Digital Knowledge, National Humanities Center


Directions to Smith Warehouse; here is a map of its location. There is paid parking on Maxwell Ave and free but limited parking on Pettigrew Street, near the Center for Documentary Studies.

The workshops are taking place in room S228, which is in Bay 12 (the far Western corner of Smith), on the second floor.

Thanks and see you soon.