This three-week working group aims to develop readings and methodologies of Critical Code Studies, which examines the extra-functional significance of computer source code.
This forum-based online working group is the follow-up to the highly successful CCSWG (2010), which brought together a community of researchers in ways leading to later scholarly presentations, papers, and book projects. Threads from CCSWG 2010 were later published in electronic book review. Read more about the first CCSWG here. The CCSWG is sponsored by the Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab.
CCSWG12 will feature concentrated discussion threads and individual code critiques, where members can post code for others to read. —Critical Code Studies Working Group 2012 | HaCCS Lab.
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