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Helping humanities scholars and students learn to talk with machines by facilitating hands-on experimentation with and critical reflection on new and emerging computational tools.


From back-end coding to front-end critical engagement with emerging ethical and philosophical issues at the human-tech interface.


Hands-on practical action alongside critical reflection and theorizing, attending as much to the process as to the final products or outcomes.


Open-ended experimentation within diverse communities, allowing new, often surprising connections, patterns, and approaches to emerge.