Media and Memory at the Vidéothèque de Paris

MIT Building 4, Room 231 Cambridge, MA

Catherine E. Clark on how "the utopian rhetoric that accompanied the Vidéothèque’s creation helps illuminate and call into question the utopian promises of the much more recent revolution in digital history."

How Did the Computer Learn to See?

MIT Building 3, Room 133 33 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA

Did computers learn to see by modernity's most highly evolved technologies of vision, or, as Alexander Galloway argues, from sculpture?

Playful Practice: Designing the Future of Teacher Learning

MIT Building 56, Room 114 Access via 21 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA

In this participatory session, play samples of some of the practice spaces that Justin Reich's team is developing and discuss the theoretical foundations of their vision for the future of teacher learning.