What is the Digital Assembly?
The Digital Assembly (DA) is a graduate student organization interested in the study of digital technologies and their interactions with other media forms and cultural practices. Our members’ work in a wide variety of fields including electronic literature and poetry, game studies, glitch studies, digital and visual rhetoric, digital art, electronic waste, and media theory. In addition to group readings, social events, and professional development, the DA sponsors a biennial interdisciplinary symposium open to the public and featuring faculty from academic institutions worldwide.
Join our Listserv
If you are interested in joining our group, join the listserv. We use the list to carry on on discussions or keep each other posted on developments in the world of digital media studies. Technically, becoming a member means joining the listserv, and you have to be a UF student to be a member.
To join the list, send an e-mail to
In the body of the message, just type:
subscribe DA-L@lists.ufl.edu Firstname Lastname
Take a look at http://www.lists.ufl.edu for further instructions.
If you have problems subscribing, please contact our officers.