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Face/Interface: Type Design and Human-Computer Interaction Beyond the Western World

December 1, 2017 (All day) to December 2, 2017 (All day)
450 Serra Mall, Building 200, Room 307

Free and Open to the Public. Coffee breaks provided for all attendees, but NO meals provided for anyone besides conference speakers. 

In connection with the 2017-18 Stanford University Libraries exhibition, “Facing the World: Type Design in Global Perspective,” this international conference brings together scholars, designers, engineers, and technologists to explore Non-Latin type design, book design, interface design, and human-computer interaction beyond the Latin alphabetic world.


Aaron Bell, Bruce Rosenblum, C. Ryan Perkins, Chuck Bigelow, Craig Eliason, Fiona Ross, Gerry Leonidas, Jo De Baerdemaeker, John Berry, John Hudson, Juan Bruce, Ken Lunde, Kris Holmes, Lara Captan, Liron Lavi Turkenich, Liu Zhao, Neil Patel, Neil Trujillo, Ramsey Nasser, Scott Klemmer, Thomas Huot-March and Thomas S. Mullaney, Zachary Scheuren



Event Sponsor: 
Department of History, Stanford University Libraries, East Asia Library, Program in Modern Thought and Literature, Computer Science Department, Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Science, Technology and Societ
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