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

Schedule for 2016 DH Forum

Thurs., Sept. 29
Workshops
Location: Watson Library, University of Kansas, 1425 Jayhawk Blvd.

9 am to 12 pm
Watson Library
4th Floor
Room 455
Data Yoga: The Practice and Discipline of File Management (20 seats)
Instructor: Jamene Brooks-Kieffer, University of Kansas
9 am to 12 pm
Watson Library
3rd Floor
Clark Instruction Center (CIC)
Using XSL to Transform and Extract Information from XML Documents (20 seats)
Instructor: Jeff Rydberg-Cox, University of Missouri-Kansas City

1-3 pm
Watson Library
3rd Floor
Clark Instruction Center (CIC)

THIS SESSION IS FULL. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please note this in the comments section of the registration form or contact IDRH - idrh@ku.edu.
Building Map Stories
(20 seats)
Instructor: Rhonda Houser, University of Kansas
1-2:30 pm
Watson Library
5th Floor
Room 503

THIS SESSION IS FULL. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please note this in the comments section of the registration form or contact IDRH - idrh@ku.edu.
Creating A Digital Edition of A Text: From Transcription to Publication
(15 seats)
Instructors: Martha Baldwin and Laura Mielke, University of Kansas


Fri., Sept. 30
Workshops, Poster Session, Keynote Talk
Location: Watson Library, University of Kansas, 1425 Jayhawk Blvd.

9 am to 12 pm
Watson Library
4th Floor
Room 455

THIS SESSION IS FULL. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please note this in the comments section of the registration form or contact IDRH - idrh@ku.edu.
Data for Humanists: An Introduction to Digital Humanities Data
(20 seats)
Instructor: Pam Lach, San Diego State University

9 am to 12 pm
Watson Library
3rd Floor
Clark Instruction Center (CIC)
THIS SESSION IS FULL. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please note this in the comments section of the registration form or contact IDRH - idrh@ku.edu.
Social Media and Place (20 seats)
Instructor: Germaine Halegoua, University of Kansas
1-3 pm
Watson Library
4th Floor
Room 410

THIS SESSION IS FULL. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please note this in the comments section of the registration form or contact IDRH - idrh@ku.edu.
Long Lasting Documents: An Introduction to Markdown 
(20 seats)
Instructor: Élika Ortega, Northeastern University

 

4-5 pm
​Watson Library
3rd Floor
3 West
Poster Session and Reception
   
(*see below for list of posters and presenters)
5-6 pm
​Watson Libary
3rd Floor
3 West
Opening Keynote: The Network Map Under Water
Nicole Starosielski, NYU

 


Sat., Oct. 1
Keynote Talks, Panel Sessions
Location: The Commons, Spooner Hall,  University of Kansas, 1340 Jayhawk Blvd.

8-8:45 am Registration, Coffee & Pastries
8:45-10 am

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Morning Keynote: Mapping Indigenous LA:  Place-Making through Digital Storytelling 
Maylei Blackwell, UCLA

10-11:05 am

Decoding the Database: A Critical Analysis of Open Source GIS Tools for Humanistic Mapping                         
Alison Link, University of Minnesota                         
                         
Resisting Queer Erasure: Counter-Mapping As Artistic Strategy               
Danny Jauregui, Whittier College                         
                         
Deep Mapping of Spatial Data in Testimonies of Children Who Survived the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda                         
Musa Olaka, University of Kansas

11:05-11:15 am  Coffee Break
11:15 am-12 pm

The Musical Geography of 1920s Paris
Louis Epstein, Emily Hynes, Zhizhi Stella Li, Carolyn Nuelle, Samuel Parker,  St. Olaf College

Contrails 
Kip Haaheim, University of Kansas

12-1 pm  Lunch (catered by KU Dining on location)
1-1:30 pm  Poster Session Redux
1:30-2:15 pm

Student Showcase –  The New Orleans Mortality Project: Using Spatial Analysis and Historical GIS to Uncover Nineteenth-Century Disease Terrains and Assess the Impact on Community Development
S. Wright Kennedy, Rice University

Student Showcase – Visualizing the Red Summer of 1919
Karen Sieber, Loyola University

2:15-3:00 pm

Student Showcase – Commerce by Design: Beacons, Smartphones & The Production of Networked Commerce      
Cole Stratton, Indiana University Bloomington

Challenging Napoleonic Mapmakers – Using Digital Technologies to Uncover Tolstoy’s Decentralized Literary Cartography in War and Peace
Ani Kokobobo, University of Kansas

3:00- 3:10 pm

Break

3:10-4:15 pm Closing Keynote: Digital Humanities in (Other) Contexts: Locating Place as Method for Intersectional Praxis
Roopika Risam, Salem State University
 
4:15-4:30 pm Wrap Up

*Poster Session
Fri., Sept. 30, 4 pm
Location: Watson Library 3 West

For abstracts and bios, please visit Poster Presentations.

The Historic Urban Environments Lab at Notre Dame (HUE/ND) Cities in Text: Rome A Case Study in Digital Documentation
Selena Anders & Jennifer Parker, University of Notre Dame

Collaborative Spaces and Archival Sites: Translating the “Freedom Papers” from the Local to the Global
Kathleen Antonioli and Melinda Cro, Kansas State University

Mapping Feminine Felonies in Chicago, 1870-1920
Rachel Boyle, Loyola University Chicago

Paratextual Curation: Enlightenment Spanish Commentary in the Age of Google
Jonathan Carlyon, Colorado State University

Mapping Ossian: GIS and Environmental History
Eric Gidal & Michael Gavin, University of South Carolina & University of Iowa

Data Visualization in Qualitative Research
Anne Luther, Parsons Institute for Information Mapping, The New School

Disrupting the Page: Blake’s Marginalia as a Digital Scholarly Edition of Multivocality and Unused Space
Elizabeth Potter, Kansas State University

Los Angeles Mural Project
Andy Rutkowski, UCLA

Mapping Wordsworth’s “Tintern Abbey”
Brennan Sadler, Kansas State University

Mapping Film Festivals: Breaking the National Cinemas Paradigm
Maria (Masha) Shpolberg & Andrew Vielkind, Yale University – will not be present at conference

A Whole World West of Worcester: Using GIS to reconstruct a Sense of Place in the United States, 1819-1850
Jared Taber

Digital Visualization of Transnationalism: Mapping Historical Migration of Hong Kong Migrants in Canada during the Handover Period
Sheng Zhang, University of Alberta


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