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2024 Participants: Hannah Ackermans * Sara Alsherif * Leonardo Aranda * Brian Arechiga * Jonathan Armoza * Stephanie E. August * Martin Bartelmus * Patsy Baudoin * Liat Berdugo * David Berry * Jason Boyd * Kevin Brock * Evan Buswell * Claire Carroll * John Cayley * Slavica Ceperkovic * Edmond Chang * Sarah Ciston * Lyr Colin * Daniel Cox * Christina Cuneo * Orla Delaney * Pierre Depaz * Ranjodh Singh Dhaliwal * Koundinya Dhulipalla * Samuel DiBella * Craig Dietrich * Quinn Dombrowski * Kevin Driscoll * Lai-Tze Fan * Max Feinstein * Meredith Finkelstein * Leonardo Flores * Cyril Focht * Gwen Foo * Federica Frabetti * Jordan Freitas * Erika FülöP * Sam Goree * Gulsen Guler * Anthony Hay * SHAWNÉ MICHAELAIN HOLLOWAY * Brendan Howell * Minh Hua * Amira Jarmakani * Dennis Jerz * Joey Jones * Ted Kafala * Titaÿna Kauffmann-Will * Darius Kazemi * andrea kim * Joey King * Ryan Leach * cynthia li * Judy Malloy * Zachary Mann * Marian Mazzone * Chris McGuinness * Yasemin Melek * Pablo Miranda Carranza * Jarah Moesch * Matt Nish-Lapidus * Yoehan Oh * Steven Oscherwitz * Stefano Penge * Marta Pérez-Campos * Jan-Christian Petersen * gripp prime * Rita Raley * Nicholas Raphael * Arpita Rathod * Amit Ray * Thorsten Ries * Abby Rinaldi * Mark Sample * Valérie Schafer * Carly Schnitzler * Arthur Schwarz * Lyle Skains * Rory Solomon * Winnie Soon * Harlin/Hayley Steele * Marylyn Tan * Daniel Temkin * Murielle Sandra Tiako Djomatchoua * Anna Tito * Introna Tommie * Fereshteh Toosi * Paige Treebridge * Lee Tusman * Joris J.van Zundert * Annette Vee * Dan Verständig * Yohanna Waliya * Shu Wan * Peggy WEIL * Jacque Wernimont * Katherine Yang * Zach Whalen * Elea Zhong * TengChao Zhou
CCSWG 2024 is coordinated by Lyr Colin (USC), Andrea Kim (USC), Elea Zhong (USC), Zachary Mann (USC), Jeremy Douglass (UCSB), and Mark C. Marino (USC) . Sponsored by the Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab (USC), and the Digital Arts and Humanities Commons (UCSB).

2024 Bulletin Board: Announcements & Opportunities

Know of any upcoming opportunities that might interest your fellow working group members? Please post / link to them in comments here.

  • calls for papers / CFPs
  • job calls
  • grant programs
  • projects
  • events

...or anything else that might interest members of the Critical Code Studies Working Group!


  • Hello, I am the Publications Chair for ARTSIT2024. Please consider submitting and forwarding to your networks.

    The Call for Papers/Posters/Demos for ArtsIT2024 in Abu Dhabi, UAE is now open

  • Hello! Please consider submitting to the code studies symposium I am co-hosting at the University of Cambridge! Do let me know if you have any questions.

    Code as Conversation
    Conference: 1 June, 2024
    Abstract Deadline: 15 March, 2024

  • This job call that specifically mentions Critical Code Studies was just re-posted. Likely still accepting submissions.

    Job Call
    Position: Assistant Professor of English
    Where: University of Oregon
    Deadline: Ongoing
    Details: Chronicle job list

  • edited February 11

    On Friday, February 16 at 1PM Eastern, If, Then co-organizer and poet Lillian-Yvonne Bertram will give a reading and craft talk from their soon-to-be released (Feb. 15) chapbook, A Black Story May Contain Sensitive Content. The winner of the 2023 New Michigan Press / DIAGRAM chapbook contest, A Black Story May Contain Sensitive Content confronts, nuances, questions, and imagines the role of computation, particularly AI, when it comes to crafting poetry about race and gender. RSVP for the event here!

    This event is part of If, Then: Technology and Poetics, a collaborative, public, and interdisciplinary virtual working group and workshop series promoting inclusivity and skills-building in creative computation. Check out our website here and get in touch with Carly Schnitzler ( or Lillian-Yvonne Bertram ( with any questions or suggestions.

  • Consider submitting a proposal to the 2024 conference for the Electronic Literature Organization, which will be all online this year. The extended deadline is March 1.

    ELO has a fairly robust sense of what counts as electronic literature, and code read as literature is one of them. So whether you're looking at the code of literary object or close reading code in the manner of CCS, you likely have something to propose.

    The full call is here:

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