Lev Manovich and Jeremy Douglass doing a presentation at the opening of Mapping Time exhibition, gallery@calit2
Lev Manovich. How to Follow Software Users? (Digital Humanites, Software Studies, Big Data). 2012.
Lev Manovich. "Media Visualization: Visual Techniques for Exploring Large Media Collections." In Media Studies Futures, ed. Kelly Gates. Blackwell, 2012.
Lev Manovich and Jeremy Douglass. "Visualizing Change." In Imagery in the 21st Century, ed. Oliver Grau and Thomas Viegl. MIT Press, 2011.
Lev Manovich. "Trending: The Promises and the Challenges of Big Social Data." In Matthew Gold, ed. Debates in Digital Humanities. Minnesota University Press, 2012.
Lev Manovich. "From Reading to Pattern Recognition." In I read where I am, eds. Mieke Gerritzen, Geert Lovink, and Minke Kampman. Amsterdam: Valiz with Graphic Design Museum, 2011.
Tara Zepel, "Cultural Analytics at Work: The 2008 U.S. Presidential Online Video Ads." In The Video Vortex Reader II, eds. Geert Lovink and Rachel Somers Miles. Institute of Network Cultures, 2011.
William Huber. "Epic spatialities: the production of space in Final Fantasy games." In Wardrip-Fruin and Harrigan, eds. Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives. MIT Press, 2009.
Lev Manovich. "How to Follow Global Digital Cultures, or Cultural Analytics for Beginners." In Deep Search, eds. Felix Stalder and Konrad Becker. Transaction Publishers (English version) and Studienverlag (German version), 2009.
So Yamaoka, Lev Manovich, Jeremy Douglass, Falko Kuester. "Cultural Analytics in Large Scale Visualization Environments." IEEE Computer, cover feature for the special issue on computers and the arts, 2011.
Lev Manovich. "How to Compare One Million Images?" In David Berry, ed., Understanding Digital Humanities (Palgrave, 2012).
Lev Manovich. "What is Visualization?" In Visual Studies. Routledge, 2011.
Jeremy Douglass, William Huber, Lev Manovich. "Understanding scanlation: how to read one million fan-translated manga pages." Image and Narrative (Brussels, 2011).
William Huber. "Catch and release: ludological dynamics in Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly." Loading: The Journal of Canadian Game Studies. Volume 4, Number 6 (5 April 2010).
Lev Manovich. "Cultural Analytics: Visualizing Cultural Patterns in the Era of 'More Media.'" DOMUS, Spring 2009.
Lev Manovich (with contribution by Noah Wardrip-Fruin). Cultural Analytics: white paper (5/2007; latest update 11/2008).
Jeremy Douglass. "Computer Visions of Computer Games: analysis and visualization of play recordings.". Workshop on Media Arts, Science, and Technology (MAST) 2009: The Future of Interactive Media. UC Santa Barbara, January 2009. [slides]
Jeremy Douglass. "Playpower: Radically Affordable Computer-Aided Learning with $12 TV-Computers." Co-authored with Derek Lomas and Daniel Rehn. Meaningful Play 2008. Michigan State U., October 2008.
Lev Manovich. Software Takes Command. Italian translation published by Olivares, 2010. Forthcoming from The MIT Press (Software Studies Series), 2013.
Lev Manovich. Inside Photoshop. Computing Culture, no. 1, 2012.
Cicero Silva & Jane de Almeida. The explorers: Open Source and Free Software in Brazil. Forthcoming from the MIT Press (Software Studies Series), 2012.
Noah Wardrip-Fruin. Expressive Processing: Digital Fictions, Computer Games, and Software Studies. The MIT Press (Software Studies Series), 2009.
Lev Manovich. "There is only software." 2011.
Lev Manovich. "Software Studies." In FILE (International Festival of
Electonic Arts, Brazil) catalog, Sao Paolo, 2008-2011.
Electonic Arts, Brazil) catalog, Sao Paolo, 2008-2011.
Cicero Silva. "There is nothing outside of software (Não há nada fora do software.)" In FILE catalog. São Paulo, Imprensa Oficial, 2008.
Cicero Silva. "Estudos Culturais do Software." In Comunicação e Cultura Digital. Porto Alegre: Espectros Editorial, 2009.
Cicero Silva. "Analítica Cultural no Brasil." In Paralelo. São Paulo: MIS, 2009. [presentation]
- April 2008 | London Schol of Economics, | London
- April 2008 | Royal College of Art (RCA) | London | Lecture
- April 2008 | Goldsmiths College | London
- April 2008 | London Schol of Economics, Social Study of ICT Workshop (SSIT8) | London | lecture
- May 2008 | Department of Design / Media Arts, UCLA | Los Angeles | lecture
- May 2008 | “Software Studies” international workshop | University of California – San Diego, | San Diego, California | presentation
- May 2008 | “Software Studies” panel, HASTAC II conference, University of California – Irvine | Irvine, California | lecture with Jeremy Douglass using HIperWall
- May 2008 | “Software Studies” panel, HASTAC II conference, University of California – Irvine | Irvine, California | Panel organizer, moderator, and speaker
- June 2008 | Software Cultures” lecture series, University of California – Irvine, June 4 | Irvine, California | lecture
- August 2008 | ISEA 2008 (the International Symposium on Electronic Arts | Singapore | Lecture (satellite event at LASALLE College of the Arts)
- August 2008 | FILE (Electronic Language International Festival) 2008 | www.file.org.br | Sao Paolo, Brazil via Skype from San Diego | lecture (video)
- September 2008 | Ciantec (Annual conference on art and technology, Mackenzie University) | Sao Paolo, Brazil via Skype from San Diego | lecture (video)
- October 2008 | “The New Work of Composing” conference, University of Louisville | Keynote lecture
- November 2008 | The Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University | Lecture
- November 2008 | “Force of Metadata” international conference, Goldsminths Collge, University of London | Lecture
- December 2008 | Mellon Seminar in Digital Humanities, UCLA | Lecture
- January 2009 | “Database Aesthetics: Artists sorting through Bits & Flesh,” a panel at College Art Association (CAA) annual convention | Los Angeles | Panel respondent
- January 2009 | “Proof,” a panel at College Art Association annual convention | Los Angeles | Panel presentation
- April 2009 | Hastac conference, UCI | Panel presentation
- May 2009 | Fotographica Bogota | Bogota | Lecture
- May 2009 | Management in the Digital Domain | Stockholm | Keynote lecture
- May 2009 | Archive 2020 | Amsterdam | Two lectures
- May 2009 | Architecture of Knowledge, Netherlands architecture Institute, Rotterdam | Lecture
- May 2009 | Video Vortex 4, Split | Keynote lecture
- June 2009 | European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland | Lecture
- June 2009 | Digital Humanities 09, University of Maryland | Keynote lecture
- August 2009 | Cultural Analytics workshop at FILE Labo (Brazil) (live stream).
- October 2009 | Nowcasting Symposium, UCLA, Los Angeles | Lecture
- November 2009 | International Festival for Arts and Media, Yokohama, Japan | Lecture
- November 2009 | CENTER OF IMAGE SCIENCE, DONAU-UNIVERSITAET KREMS, Austria | Two-day class
- November 2009 | The Society of the Query, Amsterdam | Lecture
- December 2009 | Digital Arts and Culture Annual Conference, UCI (Univercity of California Irvine)| Presentation
- December 2009 | Cultural Analytics seminar @Calit2: Software Studies, Calit2 +UCSD and University of Bergen | Seminar
- January 2010 | Digital Formalism Conference, Vienna, Austria | Lecture
- January 2010 | TEDx Istanbul, Istanbul, Tirkey | Lecture
- February 2010 | Future of Digital Studies conference, University of Florida | Lecture via video
- February 2010 | Digital Media and Learning Conference 2010, San Diego | Panel participant
- March 2010 | Centre for Media and Culture Research, South Bank University, London | Lecture
- March 2010 | “The Computational Turn”, Swansea University, UK | Keynote lecture
- March 2010 | Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore | Lecture
- April 2010 | Lecture series "Meet The Media Guru", Milan, Italy | Lecture
- April 2010 | Catholic University, Milan, Italy | Seminar
- April 2010 | Game Studies Program at Potsdam University, Potsdam, Germany | Lecture
- April 2010 | “The Borders” of Film Conference, Berlin | Lecture
- April 2010 | HESP Challenge Seminar "Visual Studies of Immedia", Vilnus, Lithuania | Seminar
- April 2010 | Contemporary Art Center, Vilnus, Lithuania | Lecture
- April 2010 | SOS 4.8 Festival, Murcia, Spain | Lecture
- May 2010 | Metabolic Studio, Los Angeles | Lecture
- May 2010 | Humanities + digital Visual Interpretations Conference 2010, MIT | Keynote lecture
- June 2010 | European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland | Lecture
- June 2010 | Graphic Design Museum, Breda, the Netherlands | Lecture
- June 2010 | Department of New Media, Utrrecht University | Lecture
- June 2010 | Virtual Amsterdam, The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science, Amsterdam | Lecture
- June 2010 | The Department of Arts and Sound of the Catholic University Porto, Portugal | Lecture
- June 2010 | Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Porto, Portugal | Lecture
- June 2010 | University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal | Lecture
- August 2010 | NEH Summer Seminar on Network Analysis for Humanities, UCLA | Lecture
- September 2010 | INDAF festival, Seoul, Korea | Keynote lecture
- September 2010 | Nabi Art Center, Seoul, Korea | Lecture
- September 2010 | Hongik University, Seoul, Korea | Lecture
- October 2010 | Grand Challenges in Data-Intensive Discovery conference, San Diego Supercomputer Center | Lecture
- March 2011 | Hongik University, Seoul, Korea | Lecture
- March 2011 | Emory University, Atlanta | Lecture
- March 2011 | Georgia Institute of Technology | Lecture
- April 2007 | “Second Person: an evening on writing and gameplay,” an author talk with Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Mark Marino, and Jordan Mechner. Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts, University of Southern California |Keynote lecture
- April 2007 | “You Must Remember This: Passwords in Contemporary Computer Culture.” Alumni Symposium: Memory, Memoir, and Madeleines: Remembering Things Past. Pomona College | Panel talk
- May 2008 | Jeremy Douglass, “Programming Literary Flow.” Panel on Mapping Process in New Media Landscapes. ELO 2008: Visionary Landscapes. | Vancouver Washington | presentation
- May 2008 | “Implied Code as Mental Geography.” Panel on ReVisioning Electronic Literature - Origins and Influences. ELO 2008: Visionary Landscapes. | Vancouver, Washington | panelist
- May 2008 | Jeremy Douglass, “The LA Flood Project” presented with lead Mark Marino, collaborators Dena, Gutierrez, Hight, and Tao. HASTAC II: Techno-Travels. UC Irvine | poster
- May 2008 | Jeremy Douglass, with Lev Manovich. “HIPerWall Demo: Cultural Analytics” HASTAC II. UC Irvine | presentation
- May 2008 | Jeremy Douglass, “Visual Rhetoric for Large Displays.” Transcriptions Research Slam. UCSB | presentation
- May 2008 | HASTAC II: Techno-Travels | “What is Software Studies?” Panel at HASTAC II: Techno-Travels, UCLA | Los Angeles | panelist
- May 2008 | SoftWhere 2008| Software Studies Initiative at Calit2, UC San Diego | San Diego | co-chaired with Lev Manovich and Noah Wardrip-Fruin
- May 2008 | “#Include Genre.” | SoftWhere: Software Studies 2008 | Calit2, UC San Diego | presentation
- September 2008 | “Topics in Software Studies.” | CIANTEC 2008. Mackenzie University, Brazil | presentation with Cícero Silva (video)
- March 2009 | Jeremy Douglass, with Derek Lomas and Daniel Rehn. “Playpower: Designing 8-bit Learning Games for Radically Affordable Computers.” O’Reilly ETech Emerging Technology Conference 2009: Living, Reinvented | San Jose, California | presentation
- September 2009 | “Perspectives on Overflow: Visualizing Media.” DATA/CODE/STRUCTURE, an artist’s talk event for the show OVER/FLOW: Horror Vacui in an Age of ‘Information’ Abundance. Curator James MacDevitt. Cerritos College. Los Angeles | Panel talk
- October 2009 | “Deep Media and Wide Media: Visualizing the Visual.” Tecnológico de Monterrey, Toluca Mexico | Keynote lecture
- December 2009 | Digital Arts and Culture 2009 | "Software/Platform Studies" | Irvine, California | track chair
- February 2010 | “Reading Reading Code.” Critical Code Studies Working Group | Keynote lecture
- May 2010 | “Reading the Machine Differently.” Information Studies Speaker Series,University of California,
Los Angeles | Keynote lecture
- May 2010 | “Playpower” lecture series in Brasil. Locations: Casa da Cultura Digital, São Paulo; Graduate Studies in Education & Art, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo; Federal University of Juiz de Fora; Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro | Keynote lecture (live stream)
- May 2008 | Softwhere: Software Studies 2008 | "Soft authorship" | Calit2, UC San Diego | presentation
- April 2009 | Thinking after Dark: Horror Videogames | "Catch and release: the ludological dynamics of horror videogames" | University of Montreal | presentation
- September 2009 | DIGRA 2009 | Panel on game criticism + "Kingdom Hearts, Territoriality, Flow" | London | panelist
- April 2010 | SCMS Conference 2010 | "Fatal Frames" | Tokyo/Los Angeles | panel chair
- May 2008 | “Software Studies Brazil” international workshop | University of California – San Diego, | San Diego, California | presentation video
- August 2008 | Software Studies Initiative Brazil at FILE (Electronic Language International Festival) 2008 | www.file.org.br| Sao Paulo, Brazil | lecture video
- September 2008 | What are Software Studies? Ciantec (Annual conference on art and technology, Mackenzie University) | Sao Paulo, Brazil
- October 2008 | Software Studies and FILE Labo. Unimídia (UNICAMP University) | Campinas, Brazil presentation
- November 2008 | Software Art at Arte e Novas Tecnologias. Recife, Centro de Formação em Artes Visuais (CFAV)Cicero Silva & Amy Alexander (by skype) presentation
- November 2008 | A linguagem dos jogosSao Paulo, Impacta.
- March 2009 | Software Studies Brazilat Paralelo. São Paulo, MIS, 2009. video
- August 2009 | Software Studies and Cultural Analytics | Lecture delivered by Lev Manovich and Cicero Silva at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) (link in Portuguese)
- April 2010 | Software Studies at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.