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“The Humanities and the Information Revolution: Lessons for the Cool.” The Lawrence Willson Memorial Lectureship. California Lambda of Phi Beta Kappa Initiation ceremony. University of California, Santa Barbara. 1 June 2002.

 

“Electronic Literature in the University.” Panel on Electronic Arts in the University. “State of the Arts Symposium.” Electronic Literature Organization. UCLA. 6 May 2002.

 

“The Art of Extraction: Toward a Cultural History and Aesthetics of XML and Database-Driven Web Sites.” “Interfacing Knowledge” conference. University of California Digital Cultures Project and University of California Microcosms Project. University of California, Santa Barbara. 10 March 2002.

“The Laws of Cool: Information Technology and the Culture of ‘Knowledge Work.'” Center for Information Technology and Society. University of California, Santa Barbara. 2 November 2001.

“From Critique to Ethical Hacking: Humanities and Arts in the Age of Creative Destruction.” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) conference. University of Washington. Seattle. 16 August 2001.

 

“Toward VoS2: Database Technology in a Humanities Department.” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) conference. University of Washington. Seattle. 16 August 2001.

 

“Database Technology in a Humanities Department.” With Robert Adlington and Jeremy Douglass. University of California Digital Cultures Project Summer Institute. University of California, Santa Barbara. 22 June 2001.

“The Tribe of Cool: Information Culture and History.” Keynote address. Association for Computers and the Humanities & Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ACH-ALLC) conference. New York University. 16 June 2001.

 

Response to Jerome McGann’s Paper on “Narrative, Game, and Performative Poetics.” Conference on “Narrative at the Outer Limits.” Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. University of California, Santa Barbara. 4 May 2001.

“Historicizing Information.” eHumanities Lecture Series. National Endowment for the Humanities. Washington, D.C. 1 May 2001.

 

“The Tribe of Cool: Information Culture and History.” Vanderbilt University. 28 March 2001.

“A Workshop on Andy Goldsworthy and ‘New Romantic Art.'” Romantic Study Group. University of California, Los Angeles. 1 June 2000.

 

“The Future Literary: Literature, Hacking, and the Culture of Information.” Focused Research Group on the Cultures of Literacy. University of Minnesota. 28 April 2000.

 

“The Classroom of the Future and The School of Athens.” Science-Humanities Forum colloquium on “Classroom of the Future.” University of California, Santa Barbara. 3 March 2000.

 

“Should We Historicize the Culture of Information?” University of California Transcriptions Project colloquium. University of California, Santa Barbara. 15 November 1999.

 

“The Laws of Cool (Information Should Not Mean But Be).” The English Institute. Cambridge, Mass. 2 October 1999.

 

“Knowledge in the Age of Knowledge Work.” Presidential Forum Workshop. Modern Language Association Convention. San Francisco. 29 December 1998.

 

“Sidney’s Technology.” University of Virginia, Charlottesville. 9 November 1998.

 

“The Downsizing of Knowledge: Knowledge Work and Literary History.” Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities. University of California, Berkeley. 12 March 1998.

 

“Managing History: The Downsizing of Knowledge.” Plenary address. Western Humanities Conference. University of California, Riverside. 17 October 1997.

 

“The New Knowledge.” Session on “The Impact of Electronic Culture on Human Values.” Dialogues in Human Values and Public Life. University of California, Santa Barbara. 17 May 1997.

 

“Managing History: The Downsizing of Knowledge.” “Temporality and History” conference. University of Virginia, Charlottesville. 29 March 1997.

 

“Common Standards: Academic Knowledge and Knowledge Work.” Workshop on “Computational Worlds: Metaphors and Practices.” University of California, Los Angeles. 28 February 1997.

 

“Common Standards: Academic Knowledge and Knowledge Work.” Workshop on “Electronic Orders: Classification, Standardization, Formalization, and Genre in Electronic Environments.” University of California, Santa Barbara. 11 January 1997.

 

Introduction. Session on “The Canon and the Web: Reconfiguring Romanticism in the Information Age” (co-organized with Laura Mandell, University of Miami, Ohio). Modern Language Association Convention. Washington, D. C. 29 December 1996.

 

“The Laws of Cool: Literature on the Line.” University of California, Santa Barbara. 10 May 1996.

 

“The Voice of the Shuttle.” University of Georgia. 15 April 1996.

 

“The Laws of Cool: Literature on the Line.” Plenary paper. National Graduate Student Conference in Romanticism. Emory University. 12 April 1996.

 

“The Laws of Cool: Literature on the Line.” Conference on “Reading Ethics.” State University of New York, Buffalo. 28 March 1996.

 

Response. Panel on “The Future of Teaching and Scholarship.” 50th Anniversary Celebration of University of California, Santa Barbara. University of California, Santa Barbara. 10 October 1995.

  • The summary of this response was later published in Teaching and Learning at the University of California, Santa Barbara: The Classroom and Beyond. Ed. Ronald W. Tobin. Occasional Paper, No. 1. Santa Barbara, CA: Office of Academic Programs, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1996. 15-16

 

“The Voice of the Shuttle and the Laws of Cool.” Association for Computers and the Humanities & Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ACH-ALLC) conference. University of California, Santa Barbara. 13 July 1995.

 

“The Voice of the Shuttle: Web Page for Humanities Research.” Davidson Library. University of California, Santa Barbara. 12 May 1995.

 

“The Interdisciplinary War Machine (The Theory of Interdisciplinary Studies).” Harvard University. 1 December 1994.

 

“The Interdisciplinary War Machine: Saluting French Revolution Studies” (plus “Afterthoughts”). 2nd Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR). Duke University. 12 November 1994.

 

“The New Historicism and the Work of Mourning.” Modern Language Association convention. Toronto. 29 December 1993.

 

“Installing Romanticism in Postmodernism (Notes on the Spruce Goose).” Modern Language Association convention. New York City. 28 December 1992.

 

“The New Literary History: Poststructuralism, Postmodernism, and Multiculturalism (A Patchwork Talk).” Sociology Colloquium. University of California, Santa Barbara. 5 February 1992.

 

“Flat Literary History.” University of California, Riverside. 22 May 1991.

 

“Flat Literary History.” Conference on “Discourses of Localism.” University of Texas at Austin. 25 March 1991.

 

“Flat Literary History.” Conference on “What is the History of Literature?” Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities. University of California, Berkeley. 2 March 1991.

 

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