Providing resources and trai­ning in the practices and tools of the digital humanities

Schedule

(Note: Full workshop descriptions will be posted soon.)


Thursday, September 24th
Workshops
Location: Watson Library

9:00am - Noon
Watson 455
Data for Humanists: An Introduction to Digital Humanities Data and Visualization 
Pam Lach
1pm - 5pm
​Watson 419
Introduction to GIS for Humanists
Stephen Ford

 


Friday, September 25th
Concurrent Workshops, Poster Session, Keynote Talk
Location: Watson Library

Track 1

9:00am - noon
Watson 455

Creating Literary and Linguistic Annotation / advanced beginner level XML annotation
David Birnbaum & Jeffrey Rydberg-Cox

1pm - 4pm
​Watson 455
Using Literary and Linguistic Annotation Once You've Created It / XSLT and XPATH
David Birnbaum & Jeffrey Rydberg-Cox

Track 2

9:00am - 11:00am
​Watson 503
UNIX for Poets Or: How to Get the Most Out of Your Mac
Sandra Kuebler & Heike Zinsmeister
11:00am - 1:00pm
​Watson 503
Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Protocols for Access: Mukurtu CMS
Kim Christen Withey
2:00pm - 4:00pm
​Watson 503
Networked Tools for Digital Visualization with Undergraduates
Anita Say Chan

 

4:00pm - 5:00pm
​Watson 3 West
Poster Session and Reception
   
(*see below for list of posters and presenters)
5:00pm - 6:00pm
​Watson 3 West
Keynote Talk: Decolonizing archival practice and diversifying the historical record through post-custodial human rights archiving​
T-Kay Sangwand
Human Rights Archivist, University of Texas Libraries, Human Rights Documentation Initiative​

 


Saturday, September 26th
Keynote Talks, Papers, Panel Sessions
Location: Hall Center for the Humanities

8:30 - 9:00 Sign-in, Coffee & Pastries
9:00 - 10:00

Welcome

Keynote Talk: "Push Pause: Slowing down digital humanities practices​"
Kim Christen Withey
Director of the Digital Technology and Culture Program and Co-Director of the Center for Digital Schoarlship and Curation.

10:00 - 10:30

A Postcolonial Reading of (Digital) Archival Structure*
Dhanashree Thorat (University of Florida)

*Winner of Best Student Paper award!

10:30 - 11:00 The Archive Gap: the Digital Humanities and the Western Canon
Amardeep Singh (Lehigh University)
11:00 - 11:15 -- Break --
11:15 - 11:45 Visualizing History: The Malone Community Center: A Platform for the Malone Community to Rediscover their History
Jennifer Isasi and Alex Kinnaman (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
11:45 - 12:15 Take Back the Narrative: Rethinking the History of Diverse Digital Humanities
Amy Earhart (Texas A&M University)
12:15 - 1:15 -- Lunch --
1:15 - 2:00

Panel Session:

Up in Arms: The Collision of Intellectual Property and Collaborative Practices
Rachel Mann (University of South Carolina)

The More the Merrier: Tapping into the Power of Librarians to Collaborate on Undergraduate Digital Humanities Assignments
Stewart Varner (University of North Carolina)

Overlapping Hierarchies: Academic Libraries and Digital Humanities
Andrew Rouner (Washington University in St. Louis)

2:00 - 2:30 Performing archives: sensitive data, social justice, and the performative frame
Jacqueline Wernimont (Arizona State University)
2:30 - 3:00 The computer-assisted identification of meter and rhyme: How Russian is not English
David Birnbaum (University of Pittsburgh)
3:00 - 3:15 -- Break --
3:15 - 4:15

Panel Session

Digital Cuba: Problems and Possibilities
Jonathan Dettman (University of Nebraska-Kearney)

Critical Making, Platform Politics and Open Source in the Study of Digital Artworks
Andy Stuhl (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Decolonizing Digital Humanities: Africa in Perspective
Titilola Babalola Aiyegbusi (University of Lethbridge )

eLaboraHd: Project of Digital Experimentation
Adriana Álvarez and Miriam Peña (National University Autonomous of Mexico (UNAM))

4:15 - 5:15

Closing Keynote: "Networking Peripheries: Technological Futures, Digital Memory and the Myth of Digital Universalism"
Anita Say Chan
Assistant Research Professor of Communications, University of Illinois


*Poster Session
Friday, September 25th, 4pm
Location: Watson Library 3 West

Amerika Monogatari: Digitally Reconstructing Nagai Kafu’s American Years, and Connecting
Kafu to “Diasporic” Japanese Literature

Ryuta Komaki (Washington University in St. Louis)

Beauty as a Bridge to NodeXL
Shalin Hai-Jew (Kansas State University)

DH Practicum Course: An Argument for the Relevance of Digital Humanities Beyond the University
Jeri Dobos, Joseba Moreno (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Open Collections of Outsider Art: Bypassing the Publisher and Museum
Eric Saxon (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Unix for Poets Digital Humanists
Sandra Kuebler (Indiana University), Heike Zinsmeister (University of Hamburg)


Directory of DH Scholars

Looking for collaborators, expertise, or other scholars with related interests? 

Please see our list of affiliated scholars at KU.

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