Researchers explore future of ‘postdigital’ textbook

Month: November 2014

An open book is depicted in blue binary zeroes and ones. The background is made up of walls of binary as well, against a solid black background.

Researchers explore future of ‘postdigital’ textbook

This story was originally published at ASU News. An interdisciplinary team at Arizona State University has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Cyberlearning and Future Learning Technologies

Future Tense: Can We Imagine Our Way to a Better Future?

On October 2, 2014, Future Tense and Issues in Science and Technology hosted an event in Washington, DC inspired by Project Hieroglyph.

Promotional photo from Universal’s 1931 film Frankenstein: the actor Boris Karloff as Frankenstein’s Monster, in black and white, with wrinkled and wrecked skin, visible stitches and scars, and bolts in his neck, grimacing under heavy-lidded eyes.

Exciting Spring 2015 Courses at ASU English: Frankenstein and Jane Austen

This piece is written by Luu Nguyen, and was originally published at ASU News. One of CSI’s major upcoming projects is the Frankenstein Bicentennial Project, which will organize a broad range

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The Untapped Potential in Science Fiction

Project Hieroglyph Book Launch: Phoenix, AZ

Launch event for Project Hieroglyph’s first anthology, Hieroglyph: Stories and Visions for a Better Future (HarperCollins, 2014) at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, AZ on October 22, 2014.

Cover of Emerge 2014 Ethics Report. A blond woman in VR glasses smirking at the camera. Under her face is the title - The Future of Me.

Emerge 2014 Ethics Report

Edited by Joel Garreau and Ed Finn
Emerge 2014 Ethics Report

Imaginary College member G. Pascal Zachary on Technology Scholar Thomas P. Hughes

CSI Imaginary College member G. Pascal Zachary wrote an article in the Spring 2014 issue of The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society remembering the late, great Thomas P. Hughes,