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Miriam Posner - Walter Freeman and the Visual Culture of Lobotomy

Miriam Posner, University of California Los Angeles

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
January 25th, 2015 

 

Lori Emerson- Lab-based Tinkering and Open-ended Play in the Era of the Posthumanities

Lori Emerson, University of Colorado at Boulder

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
November 16th, 2015
 

 

Johanna Drucker- Digital Humanities: A Status Report with Questions

Johanna Drucker, University of California Los Angeles

Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, The Hall Center for Humanities, EGARC, & the Department of English
October 29th, 2015
 

 

Kim Christen Withey- Press Pause: Slowing down digital humanities practices

Push Pause: Slowing down digital humanities practices
Kim Christen Withey, Washington State University

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
University of Kansas
September, 2015
 

 

Heather Richards-Rissetto- 3DGIS for Analysis of Ancient Maya Architecture & Landscapes

Heather Richards-Rissetto, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
October, 2015
 

 

Pam Lach- What is Digital Humanities and What's it doing in the Classroom? Toward a Digital Pedagogy

Pamella Lach, University of Kansas

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
September 21st, 2015
 

 

Anita Say Chan- Hacking Digital Universalism: Networked Memory, Data Wipes & the Deep Present

Hacking Digital Universalism: Networked Memory, Data Wipes & Contesting the Deep Present 
Anita Say Chan, University of Illinois

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
 

 

Jonathan Dettman, Andy Stuhl, Titilola Babalola Aiyegbusi, Miriam Peña- Panel: DH Perspectives

Panel Session 2: Jonathan Dettman, Andy Stuhl, Titilola Babalola Aiyegbusi & Miriam Peña

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

 

Jacqueline Wernimont- Performing archives: sensitive data, social justice, & the performative frame

Performing archives: sensitive data, social justice, and the performative frame
Jacqueline Wernimont, Arizona State University

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
 

 

Rachel Mann, Stewart Varner & Andrew Rouner - Panel: Collaborative Practices in DH

Panel Session 1: Collaborative Practices in Digital Humanities

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

 

David Birnbaum- The computer-assisted identification of meter and rhyme: How Russian is not English

The computer-assisted identification of meter and rhyme: How Russian is not English
David Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
 

 

Jennifer Isasi- Visualizing History: The Malone Community Center

Visualizing History
Jennifer Isasi, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
University of Kansas
September 26th, 2015
 

 

Amy Earhart- Take Back the Narrative: Rethinking the History of Diverse Digital Humanities

Take Back the Narrative: Rethinking the History of Diverse Digital Humanities
Amy Earhart, Texas A&M University

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
University of Kansas
 

 

Amardeep Singh- The Archive Gap: the Digital Humanities and the Western Canon

The Archive Gap: the Digital Humanities and the Western Canon
Amardeep Singh, Lehigh University

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
University of Kansas
September 26, 2015
 

 

Dhanashree Thorat- A Postcolonial Reading of (Digital) Archival Structure

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

Digital Humanities Forum 2015: Peripheries, Barriers & Hierarchies
University of Kansas
September 26, 2015
 

 

T-Kay Sangwand- Decolonizing archival practice/human rights archiving

Decolonizing archival practice and diversifying the historical record through post-custodial human rights archiving
T-Kay Sangwand, University of Texas Libraries

(Talk begins at 7:37) 
 

 

Digital Humanities Forum 2015. Afternoon session

1:15 - 2:00 
Panel Session:

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

 

DH Forum 2015 Morning Session

9:00-10:00 Keynote Talk: "Push Pause: Slowing down digital humanities practices​"
Kim Christen Withey

When a Project Demands to be Digital: Reflections by Reluctant DHers- Laura Mielke & Marty Baldwin

Laura Mielke & Marty Baldwin, University of Kansas

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
August 31, 2015
 

 

Neoliberalism & Literary Geography of the 20th Century: Statistical Models - Matthew Wilkens

Matthew Wilkens, Notre Dame, English

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
April 22, 2015
 

 

Random Borges | Infinite E Lit: A Look from Hispanic Legacies - Élika Ortega

Élika Ortega, University of Kansas, Postdoctoral Researcher

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
March, 2015
 

 

Saeculum: Approaching (Ancient Roman) Culture Through Game Design - David Fredrick

David Fredrick, University of Arkansas, Classical Studies

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
February, 2015
 

 

Anke Lüdeling: Diachronic Corpora and the Study of Language Change

Anke Lüdeling, Humboldt University
Diachronic Corpora and the Study of Language Change 

Presented at the University of Kansas, Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, January 26, 2015
 

 

Mapping the Complexity of Landscape and Law: Capturing the Elusive History of U.S. Homesteading

Sara Gregg (History) and Rhonda Houser (Libraries)
Mapping the Complexity of Landscape and Law: Capturing the Elusive History of U.S. Homesteading

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Amanda Gailey - The Case for Close Textual Attention in the Age of Text Glut

Amanda Gailey, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, English

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
August 27,2015
 

 

Matt Menzenski - Applying digital methods to an under-documented language

Matt Menzenski, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
“The first part of 'text analysis' is 'text': Applying digital methods to an under-documented language”
 

 

Glen Worthey - Digital Humanities in the Library: Been Here Longer Than You May Think

Glen Worthey
Stanford University

Presented as part of the panel session "What is digital humanities and what is it doing in the library?" at the Digital Humanities Forum 2014, University of Kansas
 

 

Mark Reaney - Virtual Reality on Stage

Mark Reaney, Department of Theatre

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
October 22, 2014
 

 

Alex Gil & Bob Scott - What is Digital Humanities and What is it doing in the Library

Alex Gil & Bob Scott
Columbia University

Presented as part of the panel session "What is digital humanities and what is it doing in the library?" at the Digital Humanities Forum 2014, University of Kansas
 

 

Harriett Green - Digital Humanities Research & the Academic Librarian

Harriett Green
University of Illinois

Presented as part of the panel session "What is digital humanities and what is it doing in the library?" at the Digital Humanities Forum 2014, University of Kansas
 

 

Thea Lindquist - Planning for Digital Humanities at CU-Boulder

Thea Lindquist
University of Colorado Boulder

Presented as part of the panel session "What is digital humanities and what is it doing in the library?" at the Digital Humanities Forum 2014, University of Kansas
 

 

Steven Jones - The Network Inside Out and the New Digital Humanities

Steven Jones, Professor of English & Co-director of the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Loyola University, Chicago

Keynote Talk, Digital Humanities Forum 2014
 

 

Erin Bauer - The Digital Network as Modern Cultural Community: Electronic Models of...

Erin Bauer, Claremont Graduate University

The Digital Network as Modern Cultural Community: Electronic Modes of Personal Belonging for International Conjunto Musicians

Graduate Paper
 

 

Scott Weingart - The moral role of DH in a data-driven world

Full transcript available at: http://www.scottbot.net/HIAL/?p=40944

Scott Weingart, PhD Candidate, Indiana University

Keynote Talk, Digital Humanities Forum 2014
 

 

Lauren Kersey - Less is More: The Pursuit of Gestalts in Minimalism and Knowledge Discovery...

Lauren Kersey, Saint Louis University

Less is More: The Pursuit of Gestalts in Minimalism and Knowledge Discovery in Databases

Graduate Paper, Digital Humanities Forum 2014
 

 

James Coltrain - Connecting Digital Humanities Data with the Scholarly 3D Toolkit

James Coltrain, University of Nebraska

Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities.
University of Kansas
September 13, 2014
 

 

John Hott - Evolving Social Structures: Networks with People as the Edges

John Hott, University of Virginia

Graduate Paper, Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities.
University of Kansas
September 13, 2014
 

 

Michele Coscia - Average is Boring: How Similarity Kills a Meme's Success

Michele Coscia, Harvard University

Lightning Talks, Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities.
University of Kansas
September 13, 2014
 

 

Melanie Conroy - Networks In Literary History: The Salons Project

Melanie Conroy, University of Memphis

Graduate Paper, Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities.
University of Kansas
September 13, 2014
 

 

Rennie Mapp - Documentary Social Networks and Narrative Structure in Enchanters of Men...

Rennie Mapp, University of Virginia

Documentary Social Networks and Narrative Structure in Enchanters of Men: Visualizing the Synchronic and Diachronic based on Alison Booth’s Collective Biographic
 

 

Hannah Jacobs - The New Woman Network: Visualizing the Discursive Development of a Feminist Ideal

Hannah Jacobs, King's College London

Graduate Paper, Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities.
University of Kansas
September 13, 2014
 

 

Isabel Meirelles - Learning from Constraints in Visualizations of Information

Isabel Meirelles, Associate Professor, Graphic Design, Northeastern University

Keynote Talk, Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities.
University of Kansas
September 13, 2015
 

 

Matt Cohen - Editing Walt Whitman's Marginalia Today: Digital Humanities Methods at the Edge

Matt Cohen, UT-Austin

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
May 1, 2014
 

 

Paul Fishwick - Multi-Disciplinary Teaching Across Computing and the Humanities

Paul Fishwick. University of Texas-Dallas.
Inside a 13th Century Water Clock: Multi-Disciplinary Teaching Across Computing and the Humanities.
Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Ted Underwood - Beyond tools: linking computer science to the humanities

Ted Underwood - University of Illinois
Beyond tools: the questions about interpretation that link computer science to the humanities

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Revising Ekphrasis: Using Topic Modeling to Tell the Sister Arts' Story - Lisa Rhody

Lisa Rhody - George Mason University, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Exhibits and Posters, Return to the Material Conference 2013

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013  
 

 

Poems on the Page: Reading the Visual Codes of Victorian Books - Natalie Houston

Natalie Houston - University of Houston, English

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities
October 3, 2013
 

 

Fabrications, or How to Lie with Computer Vision - Jentery Sayers

Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria

Keynote Talk. Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

Recreating Historical Materiality through Scientific Simulations of Light and Texture - J. Coltrain

James Coltrain, University of Nebraska

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

Putting Moses in The Matrix: Academic Biblical Studies in a "Post-Development" Digital World

Eric Welch, Penn State University

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

From Pulpit and Pew to Pixels: American Evangelicals and the Digital Body of Christ - Amber Stamper

Amber Stamper, Elizabeth City State University

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material.
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

Making Space on the Workbench - James Charlton

Making space on the workbench: The methodological implications of Computer Aided Design on art and design practice.
James Charlton, Aukland University of Technology.

Laptop Music and Embodiment: Materializing the Ephemeral

Michelle Heffner Hayes, Kip Haaheim, Nicole Hodges-Persley, Sherry Tucker, University of Kansas

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

'Insta-Book Freedom': Digitization and the Persistence of the Page - Derek Attig

Derek Attig, University of Illinois. 

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

Reasserting Thing-Power: Roughness as a Response to Antimaterialism - Rachael Sullivan

Rachael Sullivan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material 
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

Dis/Assembling Schizophrenia on YouTube: Theorizing Analog Bodies in a Virtual Sphere - E. Fletcher

Erica Fletcher, University of Texas Medical Branch, Institute for the Medical Humanities

Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material. 
University of Kansas
September 14, 2013
 

 

Short-Circuiting the Hardware of History - whitney trettien

whitney trettien, PhD Candidate, Duke University, English

Keynote talk. Digital Humanities Forum: Return to the Material.
University of Kansas
September 12, 2013
 

 

Linking big data to fine analysis: textual methods in the digital humanities - Colin Allen

Colin Allen, Provost Professor of Cognitive Science and History & Philosophy of Science; Director, Cognitive Science Program, Indiana University, Bloomington.
 

 

The Light Commodity of Words: Digitizing the Material Book - Jonathan Lamb

Jonathan Lamb, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Kansas

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Digital Humanities Profile: Doug Ward on Infomania

Doug Ward, Associate Professor, Journalism, at the University of Kansas, discusses research and learning using digital tools.

University of Kansas Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities
 

 

Digital Humanities Profile: Jonathan Lamb on Digital Shakespeare

Jonathan Lamb, Assistant Professor, English, at the University of Kansas, discusses studying and teaching Shakespeare with digital tools.

University of Kansas Institute for Digital Research
 

 

Digital Humanities Profile: Germaine Halegoua on digital humanities tools and research

Germaine Halegoua, Assistant Professor from the Film and Media Studies Department at the University of Kansas, talks about her experience using Digital Humanities tools for interdisciplinary research
 

 

Anne D. Hedeman & Heather Tennison - Digging into "Digging into Data"

Anne D. Hedeman - University of Kansas, History of Art
Heather Tennison - University of Illinois
Communication and Collaboration: Digging into Digging into Data

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Elijah Meeks - Networks and Network Analysis Methods in Humanities

Elijah Meeks - Stanford University Library
Genealogy, Bureaucracy, Correspondence, Transportation--Networks and Network Analysis Methods in Humanities 

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas 
 

 

Mark Sample: Playing Without Power in Videogames

Mark Sample -English, George Mason University

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas--Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities, November 6, 2012
 

 

Recovering the Recovered Text: Diversity, Canon Building, and Digital Studies - Amy Earhart

Amy Earhart, English, Texas A&M University

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas--Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities, October 2, 2012
 

 

False Positives: Opportunities and Dangers in Big Text Analysis - Geoffrey Rockwell

Geoffrey Rockwell, Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Computing at the University of Alberta, Canada

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas, September 21, 2015
 

 

The Humanities in a Digital Age - Gregory Crane

Gregory Crane is Professor of Classics and Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, Winnick Family Chair of Technology and Entrepreneurship at Tufts University. 
 

 

Phylogenetic Futures: Big Data and Design Fiction - Kari Kraus

Kari Kraus, Assistant Professor, College of Information Studies and the Department of English at the University of Maryland

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas
 

 

'Grounds more relative than this': Harnessing Uncertainty in Digital Literary Studies - Patrick Flor

Patrick Flor, English M.A. and C.Sc. B.S. student, University of Kansas

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas, September 22, 2012
 

 

Museum Collecting in the Age of 'Big Data': Opportunities for Collaboration - Peter Welsh

Peter Welsh, Professor and Director of Museum Studies, University of Kansas

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas, September 22, 2012
 

 

What are You Going to Do with That Data? Humanities Scholars & Digital Collections - Harriett Green

Harriett Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Illinois

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas, September 22, 2012
 

 

A World in a Grain of Sand: Uncertainty & Poetry Corpora Visualization - K. Coles & J. Lein

Katharine Coles and Julie Lein, University of Utah

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas, September 22, 2012
 

 

Reading Genres: Exploring Massive Digital Collections From the Top Down - Ben Schmidt

Ben Schmidt , PhD candidate in History, Princeton University, and Graduate Fellow, Cultural Observatory at Harvard

Presented at "Big Data & Uncertainty in the Humanities", University of Kansas
 

 

Ear of the Beholder: Finding Beauty in the Mundane - Kip Haaheim

Kip Haaheim, School of Music, University of Kansas

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas--Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities & Hall Center for the Humanities, September 4, 2011
 

 

XML as a tool for domain-specific languages - Michael Sperberg-McQueen

Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Black Mesa Technologies, http://www.blackmesatech.com

Presented at "Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities", University of Kansas, September 23, 2011
 

 

The hermeneutics of data representation - Michael Sperberg-McQueen

Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Black Mesa Technologies, http://www.blackmesatech.com

Presented at "Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities", University of Kansas, September 24, 2011
 

 

The Graphic Visualization of XML Documents - David Birnbaum

David Birnbaum, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Pittsburgh

Presented at "Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities", University of Kansas, September 2011
 

 

From Uncertainty to Virtual Reality: Knowledge Representation in Rome Reborn - Phil Stinson

Philip Stinson, Assistant Professor, Department of Classics, University of Kansas

Presented at "Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities", University of Kansas, September 24, 2011
 

 

Sounding it out: modeling aurality for text collection analysis - Tanya Clement

Tanya Clement, Assistant Professor, School of Information, University of Texas

Presented at "Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities", University of Kansas, September 24, 2011
 

 

Teaching Texts with Technology: Reading African American Literature in the Digital Age

Dr. Corrie Claiborne, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Morehouse College

Presented on April 23, 2012, University of Kansas
 

 

An Electronic Database Tool for Charting the Recorders of the Salem Witch Trials - Peter Grund

Peter J. Grund, Assistant Professor of English Language Studies at the University of Kansas.

Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas
 

 

Making the most of free, unrestricted texts--the Text Creation Partnership - Rebecca Welzenbach

Rebecca Welzenbach, Text Creation Partnership Project Outreach Librarian, MPublishing, University of Michigan Library
 

 

Prosopography and Computer Ontologies: the 'factoid' model and CIDOC-CRM - Michele Pasin

Michele Pasin, Research Associate, Kings College, London

Presented at "Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities", University of Kansas, September 24, 2011
 

 

Geospatial Genealogy to Reveal Residential and Kinship Patterns in a Pre-Holocaust Ukrainian Village

Stephen Egbert, Department of Geography, University of Kansas; Karen Roekard, Independent Scholar
 

 

Patterns in the transmission of cultural texts: the case of medieval miscellany manuscripts

David J Birnbaum, Chair, Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Pittsburgh
 

 

Emerging Opportunities for Visual Analytics in the Digital Humanities - Chris Weaver

Chris Weaver, Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science and Associate Director of the Center for Spatial Analysis at the University of Oklahoma. 
 
 

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