Visualizing Computer History's Archives

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Join scholars from History and Sociology and Digital Media for a conversation and project presentations about exploring and reimagining the archives of technology.

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You're invited to join the Georgia Tech Library retroTECH Lab and Georgia Tech Game Archaeology Lab from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday, Jan. 19 in the Library Archives Reading Room for "Digital Pasts, Digital Futures at Georgia Tech: Visualizing Computer History's Archives."

Topics covered will include the histories of IBM, software piracy, and early 1980s computer gaming!

This fifth event in the series will feature:
Dr. Steven Usselman, Professor and Chair of the School of History and Sociology
Kera Allen, Graduate Student in the School of History and Sociology
Renee Shelby, Graduate Student in the School of History and Sociology

Followed by open Q&A and discussion

Digital Pasts, Digital Futures brings the community together for interdisciplinary conversations about the histories and futures of hardware, software, video games and digital culture.

There is no cost.

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