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Digital Frontiers 2018 Schedule

Thursday, October 4

KU Burge Union

Time Session Presenter Title
0800-0900 Registration, Coffee, and Poster Installation
0900-0910 Opening Session John Martin
University of North Texas
Welcome
0920-0930   Clarence Lang
Interim Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
University of Kansas
KU Administration Welcome
0920-0930   Brian Rosenblum, Sarah Bishop
University of Kansas
KU IDRH Co-Directors' Welcome
0930-0940   Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Digital Frontiers Director's Welcome
0940-1040 Opening Keynote Lauren Klein
Georgia Tech
Data Feminism: Community, Allyship, and Action in the Digital Humanities
1040-1100 Break  
1100-Noon Session One An Sasala
Mariah Crystal
Charlesia McKinney
Sierra Watt

University of Kansas
Feminist Use of Digital Humanities: Grad Student Approaches and Perspectives
Noon-1300 Lunch   Menu TBD
1300-1400 Session Two Steven Ramsay
Brian Pytlik-Zillig

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Susan Wiesner
University of Maryland
Rommie Stalnaker
Independent Scholar
Digital Humanities and the Performing Arts: A Collaboration
1400-1415 Break  
1415-1530 Session Three Linda Reynolds
Perky Beisel

Stephen F. Austin State University
Kelley Snowden
University of Texas at Tyler
Dipping Vats and Goat Roping: Voices from Small Places
  Katherine Knowles
Jessica DeSpain
Kristine Hildebrandt
Jill Anderson

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Digital Community Engagement at a Regional University
1530-1545 Break    
1545-1645 Session Four Shane Lynch
Guillermina Pena-Sandoval
Rain Charger
Tweesna Rose Mills

University of Kansas
Voices of Resilience
1650-1710 Minute Madness All Poster Presenters  
1730-1930 Reception Menu TBD
1730-1830 Poster Session Michael DeAnda
Illinois Institute of Technology
Bulge Lab: An Alternate Reality Game about Body Image, Masculinity, and Viruses
  Lee Fulton
Mike Mease
Stephany Seay
Jesse Crocker

Buffalo Field Campaign
Endangered Species Act documentation of wildlife migration in a Geographic Information System
  Liz King
Wade Martin

Texas State University
From VHS to MP4: Improving access to 40 years of literary recordings
  Antoinette Moore
Hilo Medical Center
Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Lived Experience: Using Digital Oral Histories to Teach Compassionate Care
  Peggy Lindner
Kristina Neumann

University of Houston
Finding Connection in Ancient Syria

Friday, October 5

Time Session Presenter Title
0800-0830 Registration, Coffee    
0830-0930 Session Five Jessica Elam
Rockhurst University
Joshua Jackson
North Carolina State University
Sarah Evans
Molloy College
Edwin Lohmeyer
University of Central Florida
Building Supportive Communities: Methods and Perspectives on Promoting Inclusivity, Intersectionality, and Interdisciplinarity in the Digital Humanities
0930-0945 Break    
0945-1100 Session Six Lyndsay Bratton
Catherine Benoît
Phillip Barnes
Sufia Uddin

Connecticut College
Collaborative Intelligence: Building a Community of Practice in Digital Scholarship at a Liberal Arts College
    Margaret Terrill
Jonathan McMichael
Rafia Mirza

Southern Methodist University
Overcoming the Curse of Knowledge with Cross-disciplinary Collaboration: Applying User Experience Approaches to Digital Humanities
1100-1115 Break    
1115-Noon Session Seven Nicholas Kelly
University of Iowa
Exploring Aesthetic Communities with Text Mining and Data Visualization: The Program Era Project and the Iowa Writers' Workshop
    Gordon Carlson
Matt Clarke
Nicholas Caporusso
Alex Perez
Chris Jacobs
Ella Ding

Fort Hays State University
Best of Both Worlds: Combining 360 Video and Augmented Reality for Understanding and Creating Narrative
       
Noon-1300 Lunch   Menu TBD
1300-1400 Keynote Rasheedah Phillips Communal, Quantum and Afrofutures: Time & Memory Mapping in Marginalized Communities
1400-1415 Break    
1415-1515 Session Eight Lorie Vanchena
Ashley Yoder

University of Kansas
Drew Crist
Independent Designer
WWI Immigrant Poetry: A Digital Humanities Project
    Philip Rusche
Ed Nagelhout

University of Nevada Las Vegas
Revising the Textbook(s): Open Access, Open Pedagogy, Open Communities
    Samantha Dodd
University of Texas at Arlington
Sunny Side Up: How GLAM Wiki Saved My Bacon
1515-1530 Break    
1530-1645 Session 9 Chad Uhl
Philip Stinson

University of Kansas
Digitally Reviving a Numismatic Collection: Pedagogy and Scholarship
    Joshua Miner
University of Kansas
Indigenous Computational Bodies and Settler-Colonial Violence
    Erin O'Quinn
North Carolina State University
Remaking Space: A Geo-spatial Visualization of the Irwinville Farms Community
    Alison Langmead
Josh Ellenbogen

University of Pittsburgh
Forms of Equivalence: Bertillonnage and the History of Information Management
1645-1700 Farewell Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Brian Rosenblum
University of Kansas
 
1730-2000 Informal Happy Hour   Location TBD

Saturday, October 6

Lawrence Public Library

Workshops are free and open to the public, but require additional sign up. Please click here to register for the workshops.

Time Room Presenter Workshop
09:15-10:45   Micah Bateman
University of Texas at Austin
TWARC It! Workshop: Harvesting and Preserving Twitterature
    xtine burrough
Sabrina Starnaman

University of Texas at Dallas
An Archive of Unnamed Women
11:00-12:30   Zach Coble
New York University
Collecting Data with Web Scraping
    Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Melissa Gonzales
Houston Community College District
Documenting Local History with Interactive Timelines

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