Friday, April 14 12pm – 2pm Led by ATEC PhD Student, Kasif Rahman Scalar is a free, open-source authoring and publishing platform that facilitates long-form, born-digital scholarship. Because of its flexibility in integrating different kinds of media like texts, images, videos, maps, geolocations, weblinks etc., Scalar can be a useful tool for creative writers, teachers, […]
For Spring 2023, we’ve got a great lineup of workshops planned, all centered on different technologies of care and repair. Whether it is care for our selves, our planet, or one another, we’ll spend time in community this semester thinking through and applying how our maker practices intersect with practices of care and how we […]
Weaving, as a practice, carries an important cultural and historical significance in the growth of the middle-eastern civilizations. However, beyond the purpose of making fabrics to provide warmth and shelter, weaving is also used as a way to inscribe, translate, and communicate history using the symbolism of motifs. In the first week of this workshop, […]
For Fall 2022, we’ve got a great lineup of workshops planned, all centered on different technologies of knowing. Whether it is through our bodies, our words, the stars, or something else entirely, we’ll spend time in community this semester thinking through and practicing knowledge production and dissemination.
Zines have long been used by feminist networks as a tool for communicating within counterpublics. In this informal workshop we’ll transform papers, CVs, journal articles, academic brochures, or whatever content you’d like, into zines. The workshop will foreground discussion of the political and material concerns that affect authors and audiences in academic publishing. Everyone should […]