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Reading Programming Code as a Cultural Object

MIT Building 14E, Room 311 160 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA

Let's talk about what it means to start reading code differently, as cultural objects and statements. Let's raise the questions that need to be raised.

10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10

MIT Building 4, Room 231 Cambridge, MA

Co-authors will discuss the nature of their collaboration facilitated by structured conversations and writing done online and in person.

Bernard Geoghegan, “Learning to Code: From Information Theory to French Theory”

MIT Building 56, Room 114 Access via 21 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA

A new history of the ambitions behind the rise of “theory” in the US humanities, and the obscure ties of that endeavor to Progressive Era technocracy, US foundations, and the growing prestige of technology and engineering in 20th century life.