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3rd Annual Conference of the Digital Humanities Network

3rd Annual Conference of the Digital Humanities Network
University of Toronto Mississauga IB 235
Time: Aug 30th, 9:30 am End: Aug 30th, 6:00 pm
Interest Categories: Visual Studies (UTM), Sociology (UTM), Science/Technology, Religion, Study of (FAS), Philosophy (UTM), Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations (FAS), Music, Faculty of , Medieval Studies (FAS), Language Studies (UTM), Information, Faculty of, Historical Studies (UTM), Geography & Planning (FAS), English and Drama (UTM), English (FAS), Drama, Theatre, Performance Studies (FAS), Digital Art/Humanities, Communications, Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (UTM), Cinema, Book History/Print Culture, Arts, Culture and Media (UTSC), 2000-
One day to learn about research and pedagogy in the Digital Humanities at the University of Toronto

Register for the 3rd UofT Annual Conference of the DHN

Conference takes place on Thursday 30th August 2018, 10-6pm
Instructional Building, University of Toronto Mississauga, Room IB 235

The Digital Humanities Network invites you to participate in our third University of Toronto Annual Conference of the Digital Humanities Network!

Join our tri-campus and interdisciplinary community to celebrate digital humanities research, projects, and knowledge at our one day networking conference. The meeting will be at UTM, from 10am-6pm on Thursday the 30th of August, 2018. It will begin with research presentations by new Assistant Professors, followed by lightning research talks and demonstrations, and end with an Arcades showcase of digital projects and posters by graduate and undergraduate students. Coffee, lunch, and snacks are included with registration. Please register by August 23rd so we can estimate catering requirements.

Registration is available on our EventBrite page HERE

9.30am Registration with coffee and snacks

10-10.30am Welcoming Remarks

  • Elspeth Brown, Historical Studies, UTM
  • Alexandra Gillespie, English & Drama, UTM
  • Chris J. Young, Jackman Humanities Institute

10.30-12pm New Faculty Panel (Chair: Elspeth Brown, Historical Studies, UTM)

  • Jennifer Adese, Sociology, UTM
  • Barend Beekhuizen, Language Studies, UTM
  • Alexandra Bolintineanu, Centre for Medieval Studies & Woodsworth College
  • Robin Gray, Sociology, UTM
  • Cillian O’Hogan, Centre for Medieval Studies
  • David Nieborg, Arts, Culture and Media, UTSC

12-1.30pm Lunch and Networking Tables

1.30-3pm Lightning Research Talks (Chair: Alexandra Gillespie, English & Drama, UTM)

  • Paul Barrett, English, Acadia University, “Digitally Reading Canada Reads: Digital Humanities and the Canadian Public Sphere”
  • Patrick Keilty, Faculty of Information, “Pornography’s Graphical Interface”
  • Emelie Page-Perron, Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, FAS, “Exploring 4000 Years Old Social Networks”
  • Felan Parker, Book & Media Studies, St. Michael’s College, “Studying Indie Game Development Beyond Developers”
  • Laure Perrier, Map & Data Library, UTL, “Emerging Requirements for Researchers from Funding Agencies”
  • Lilian Radovac, Institute of Communication, Culture, Information & Technology, UTM, “Social Movement DH: Notes from Alternative Toronto”
  • Scott Richmond, Cinema Studies Institute, Innis College, “The Turtle as Transitional Object”
  • Shafique Virani, Study of Religion, FAS, “Digitally Deciphering an Arcane Script”

3.15-4.45pm Lightning Demonstrations (Chair: Chris J. Young, Jackman Humanities Institute)

  • Kathy Chung, Records of Early English Drama, “The Use of Git in the Context of the Records of Early English Drama (REED)”
  • Lawrence Evelyn, English, FAS, “Generating Social Network Graphs from TEI Plays”
  • Brian Gettler, Historical Studies, UTM, “Training Undergraduates in DH: Thoughts from the Classroom”
  • Melissa Gniadek, English, FAS, “The Marble Faun Digital Edition 1.0″
  • Pamela Klassen, Study of Religion, FAS, “The Kiinawin Kawindomowin Story Nations Project”
  • Caroline Lebrec, Language Studies, UTM, “Practical Demo of Antidote”
  • Mariya Maistrovskaya, Information Technology Services, UTL, “Publish a Journal, Showcase Your Research, and Stream Media on UTL Platform”
  • Gregory Newsome, Faculty of Music, “Visualizing Orchestration with Orcheil”

5-6pm Student Arcades Projects & Drinks

University of Toronto Mississauga is accessible via a shuttle bus from St. George campus and public transportation. Use the the UTM summer shuttle bus schedule to plan your trip.  Alternative public transportation can be found here. Please get in contact with us at dhn.admin@utoronto.ca if you require alternative transportation accommodations.

Registration for this event is required.  Please use our Eventbrite page to register.

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