Evan Lauteria awarded ICPSR Summer Scholarship

Evan Lauteria, PhD student in sociology and member of the ModLab, has been awarded the Jerome M. Clubb Scholarship to participate in the 2016 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research in Ann Arbor, MI. The Clubb Scholarship is awarded annually to a handful of graduate students across the historical and social sciences whose research involves quantitative analysis on historical topics or uses historical… Read more →

Five individuals sit on the floor with electronic components around them. The white woman in the middle is laying down and speaking to the rest.

ModLab @ #HASTAC2016

Last week, a group of researchers from ModLab attended the HASTAC conference. This year’s conference was hosted by Arizona State University, with support from GitHub Education. A number of ModLab researchers made individual presentations at the event. Marit MacArthur, our visiting ACLS Digital Innovations Fellow, presented her work on adapting the ARLO voice analysis software for humanities purposes. This is… Read more →

ModLab in the News: BBC and Dateline UC Davis

Recently, the BBC came out to Davis to check out Play the Knave as part of the coverage on the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. There is a short video feature, as well as a radio spot in circulation at the moment. Check out the video here: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-36076442 In more local news, Dateline UC Davis featured ModLab in its report… Read more →

UC Davis ModLab is recruiting undergraduate research assistants from Spring and Summer!

On Thursday, March 3rd from 12noon to 2pm in Cruess Hall 234, ModLab will host a recruitment event for undergraduates interested in working on projects through our laboratory. ModLab is experimental laboratory for media research and digital humanities. The lab is developing new tools and methods to address the challenges faced by scholars working at the intersection of the humanities,… Read more →

ModLab at QGCon

The UC Davis ModLab will host a community discussion panel on “Games Research in the University” at QGCon: The Queerness and Games Conference in Berkeley, CA, on October 17, 2015. Panel speakers: Stephanie Boluk, Evan Lauteria, Patrick LeMieux, Colin Milburn, and Amanda Phillips Home Read more →