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    .@UCSBMensSoccer puts up a fight vs. No. 2 Clemson, but falls 3-2 in Sweet 16. RECAP >>> https://t.co/oqnHQnJzTn https://t.co/vgP5NNdQpL
    4 hours 36 min ago
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    UCSB Falls at Arizona State on Last Second Shot, 70-68 https://t.co/J0qqsxzgGY
    5 hours 33 min ago
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    And that'll do it. They battled valiantly, but @UCSBMensSoccer's season comes to and w/ a 3-2 Sweet 16 loss at Clemson. Great season guys!
    6 hours 52 min ago
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    2 mins left here, rain is really pouring now. C'mon Gauchos!
    6 hours 54 min ago
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    Goal for Clemson. Tic-tac-toe passing leads to a tap-in goal for Kyle Murphy. 3-2 now w/ 11 mins to go #LetsGoGauchos
    7 hours 5 min ago
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    GOALLLLLLLL! Sloppy back pass from Clemson to the keeper, Kevin Feucht pounces on it and taps into an empty net. 2-2 w/ 20 mins left to go.
    7 hours 15 min ago
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    Clemson goes up 2-1 on a goal by Diego Campos. 22 mins left for UCSB to equalize.
    7 hours 19 min ago
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    63' - Yellow card for Clemson, #6 Paul Clowes
    7 hours 25 min ago
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    62' - Nice build up for UCSB leads to a shot from the right side from Ismail Jome, but he hits the sidenetting.
    7 hours 26 min ago
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    Tactical foul leading to the YC for Clemson leads to a short-side opportunity for Randy Mendoza, but his shot stays wide left.
    7 hours 33 min ago
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    58' - Yellow card for Clemson, #11 Aaron Jones
    7 hours 33 min ago
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    51' - Jome sends one to the far post from inside the 18, but his curler goes just wide.
    7 hours 40 min ago
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    Second half for @UCSBMensSoccer starting now, tied w/ No. 2 Clemson 1-1! Catch the end of the game here: https://t.co/R9FRG70Get
    7 hours 46 min ago
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    Halftime stats for UCSB/Clemson (tied 1-1) Shots: 8/5 Shots on Goal: 3/4 Corners: 3/2 Fouls: 13/8 Yellow cards: 1/0
    7 hours 55 min ago
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    Clemson equalizes late in the first half through an Aaron Jones strike. It's 1-1 heading into halftime.
    8 hours 2 min ago


Tuesday, November 3, 1998 - 16:00
Santa Barbara, CA

Technological innovations are producing a crisis in authorship, but they are also forcing a reexamination of such issues as legal ownership and worldwide protection of works of art. Scholars will examine how authorship is being modified by electronic media and attempt to envision what shape future models of authorship may assume at a University of California, Santa Barbara conference next Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6-7.

"For the past 200 years, the status of the work of art as the product of the imagination of a single individual has held a particular privilege. Creative work has been valued to the extent that it is conceived and executed by a sole artist or author," says Simon Williams, conference organizer and director of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center.

"Authorship is a subject that has come to prominence in the past 20 years as a legal category as well as cultural and aesthetic categories," adds Mark Rose, chair of UCSB's English department and conference participant. "Ownership of intellectual property is a key element in contemporary economies."

This exploration into the dramatic changes that have taken place in the status of authors and art since the Enlightenment will take place in the IHC's McCune Conference room beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov 6. See attached schedule. For more information, call 893-3907.


A Conference Sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center University of California, Santa Barbara November 6-7, 1998

Friday, November 6:

IHC McCune Conference Room 1:00:

Welcome: David Marshall (Dean, Division

of Humanities and Fine Arts, UCSB)

Introduction: Simon Williams (Director,

Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB)

1:30 - 2:30:

Mario Biagioli (History of Science, Harvard

University), "Ecologies of Authorship in Big Science"

2:45 - 3:45:

Panel: "Ownership and Authorship: Exploring

Artistic Production and Representation in Africa"

Marla Berns (University Art Museum, UCSB)

Catherine Cole (Dramatic Art, UCSB)

4:00 - 5:30:

Round Table: "Academic Culture: Models of Authorship"

James Langer (Physics, UCSB)

Corynne McSherry (Communication, UC San Diego)

Mark Rose (English, UCSB)

Martha Winnacker (Office of the President, UC)

5:30 - 7:00:


Saturday, November 7:

IHC McCune Conference Room 9:15:

Introduction: Mark Rose (Chair, English, UCSB)

9:30 - 10:30:

Robert Folkenflik (English and Comparative Literature,

UC Irvine), "From Actress to Author in the 18th Century"

10:45 - 11:45:

Jane Gaines (English and Director, Film & Video

Program, Duke University), "Abolishing Authorship"

11:45 - 12:45:

Martha Woodmansee (English Department, Case Western University), "Beyond Authorship: Imagining Rights in Traditional Cultural Materials"

12:45 - 1:45:

Lunch 2:00 - 3:00:

Introduction: Eve Darian-Smith (Anthroplogy, UCSB)

David Cope (Music, UC Santa Cruz), "Authorship and

Experiments in Musical Intelligence"

3:15 - 4:15:

Richard Lanham (English, UCLA) "Intellectual Authorship and Contemporary Entertainment"

4:15 - 5:30:

Round Table: "Future Models of Authorship: The

Digital Age"

Anne Deane (Acting Associate Director, UC-Digital

Media Innovation Program)

JoAnn Kuchera-Morin (Director, Center for Research in

Electronic Art Technology (CREATE) and Program

Director, UC-Digital Media Innovation Program)

Richard Lanham (English, UCLA)

Lev Manovitch (Visual Arts, UC San Diego)

Victoria Vesna (Art Studio, UCSB)

This event is co-sponsored by the UCSB College of Letters and Science, College of Creative Studies, Departments of Art Studio, Comparative Literature, English, French & Italian, History of Art and Architecture, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, Writing Program, Donald Davidson Library, Friends of the UCSB Library, UCSB Extension, and Jane Crowell Rieffel.

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