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Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 06:46:23 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: [Humanist]  22.634 events: traversing boundaries; DH summer school


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 22, No. 634.
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  [1]   From:    Shawn Day <s.day-AT-ria.ie>                                  (45)
        Subject: Announcing the 2009 Digital Humanities Observatory Summer
                School

  [2]   From:    jonathan.tarr-AT-duke.edu                                   (237)
        Subject: Register now for HASTAC III: Traversing Digital Boundaries,
                April 19-21, 2009; full agenda enclosed


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        Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 15:43:48 +0000
        From: Shawn Day <s.day-AT-ria.ie>
        Subject: Announcing the 2009 Digital Humanities Observatory Summer School

Please excuse any cross-posting.

Announcing the
2009 DHO Summer School
In conjunction with NINES and 18thConnect
13 -17 July 2009
http://dho.ie/ss2009

To register: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=TIhP7y31Wm_2fvjsIL5B3uSw_3d_3d

Following the success of the 2008 DHO Summer School, the 2009 Summer  
School will be held from 13-17 July 2009 at Academy House in Dublin,  
Ireland. This year's event will be larger and it is being held in  
conjunction with NINES and 18thConnect, two prominent virtual  
communities in digital literary studies.

Registration for the Summer School is now open. Early-bird  
registration is available until May 15, 2009. Early-bird registration  
for the week-long summer school is € 375. After 15 May standard  
registration cost of €450 will apply. To register or for more  
information, go to: http://dho.ie/ss2009

If you are at an HSIS institution please contact your HSIS  
representative. A list of a list of representatives is available at http://www.dho.ie/committee

* Programme

Master Classes will be led by two of the leading textual scholars in  
the world:

Jerome McGann, founder of NINES and co-founder of SPECLAB, will be  
speaking on ' Philology in a New Key: Information Technology and the  
Transmission of Culture.'

Hans Walter Gabler, Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of English  
Studies, School of Advanced Study, London University, is presenting:  
'From Conception to Design and Vice Versa: Ways to make your mark-up  
do what you want it to do at the interface.'

In addition, Paul Ell, Director of the Centre for Data Digitisation  
and Analysis at Queen’s University, Belfast will lecture on  
'Humanities Digital Deluge: Serendipity, Scholarship, Sustainability.'

There are also four week-long workshop strands:

  • Introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative: Theory and Practice  
led by James Cummings (University of Oxford) and Dot Porter (DHO);
  • Data Modelling and Databases for Humanities Research led by Aja  
Teehan (An Foras Feasa, NUI, Maynooth) and Don Gourley (DHO);
  • Data Visualisation for the Humanities led by Paolo Battino (DHO),  
Shawn Day (DHO), and Faith Lawrence (DHO);
  • Text Transformations with XSLT led by Laura Mandell (Miami  
University) and Kirstyn Leuner (Miami University).

For more details, consult the Summer School website at: http://dho.ie/ss2009

Please direct any questions to Shawn Day (s.day-AT-dho.ie) regarding the  
summer school.

We look forward to seeing you in Dublin.



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        Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 18:36:38 -0400
        From: jonathan.tarr-AT-duke.edu
        Subject: Register now for HASTAC III: Traversing Digital Boundaries, April 19-21, 2009; full agenda enclosed


An announcement from HASTAC.org
HASTAC III: Traversing Digital Boundaries
April 19-21, 2009

HASTAC III Extended Workshops
April 22-23, 2009

For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.chass.uiuc.edu/
Events/Entries/2009/4/19_HASTAC_III.html

*Please note that the program is subject to change.

Continuous Installations:
Guy Garnett, Illinois - Untitled
John Toenjes, Illinois - Leonardo’s Chimes interactive environment
Sharon Daniel, UC Santa Cruz - New Media Documentary: Technology for Social
Inclusion
JJ Higgins, Kansas - Untitled Voyeurism Installation With Tent

Sunday April 19th

IMCFest 2009 - Urbana Champaign Independent Media Center, 202 South Broadway,
#100, Urbana, IL 61801

6:30 PM Vox Pop Event - Urbana Champaign Independent Media Center
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz, UC Santa Cruz “Synaptic Crowd: Vox Pop Experiments”

6:45-8 PM
Community Broadband Access Event - Urbana Champaign Independent Media Center

8-9 PM Community Reception - Urbana Champaign Independent Media Center


Monday April 20th

Registration takes place in room 1005 Beckman
8:30-8:45 AM
Welcome - 1025 Beckman
Danny Powell, NCSA

8:45-10 AM Innovations in Participatory Learning, Social Change, and Digital
Democracy: The HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning
Competition - 1025 Beckman
Craig Wacker, Program Officer, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Tim Lenoir, Virtual Peace
Suzanne Seggerman, Games 4 Change
Jan Reiff, Hypercities
Ed Bender, Follow the Money
Session Chairs and Moderators: Cathy Davidson, Duke University, and David Theo
Goldberg, University of California, Irvine

10:15-11:30 AM
Social Media Panel - 1025 Beckman
Svitlana Matviyenko, University of Missouri, Columbia “Identity in the Age of
Cybercitizenship: Teaching Intermediate Composition in Second Life”
Christian Spielvogel, Hope College; Laura Ginsberg Spielvogel, Western Michigan
University “Traversing the Boundaries of Pedagogy through Curriculum-Based
RPGs: The Valley Sim and Marriage of Cultures Prototypes”
Sharon Tettegah, Illinois; Cynthia Calongne, Colorado Technical University;
Danielle Holt, Chicago State University, “Identity, Learning and Support in
Virtual Environments”
Christine Greenhow, University of Minnesota, “Engaging Youth in Networked
News: Connecting the Social, Civic, and Educational through Action-oriented
Facebook “Publications”
Session Chair and Moderator: Brendesha Tynes, University of Illinois

12:30-1:45 PM
Born Digital Scholarship: New Strategies, Projects and Possibilities - 1122
NCSA
Sharon Daniel, University of California, Santa Cruz
Wendy Chun, Brown University
Tara McPherson, University of Southern California
Session Chair and Moderator: Craig Dietrich, University of Maine

1:45-2:30 PM
NCSA Fellows in the Humanities - 1122 NCSA
Radha Nandkumar, NCSA

2:45-3:45 PM
Google Developments - 1122 NCSA
Mano Marks, Google

4-5:15 PM
Andromeda2 Poetry Opening - Krannert Art Museum
Caitlin Fisher, York University, Canada, “Andromeda2: augmented reality
poetry”
“Trees You Can’t Climb” CANVAS Exhibit, John Jennings and Damian Duffy
Grand Text Auto Exhibit Tour, Damon Baker, University of Illinois

5:30-7 PM
eDream Launch Reception - Krannert Center for Performing Arts
Linda Katehi, Provost, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Michael Ross, Krannert Center for Performing Arts
Donna Cox, eDream

7-10:30 PM
"Bluelights" in the Basement Late Night - Krannert Center for Performing Arts
Guy Garnett, Illinois
John Jennings, Illinois, and Hershini Bhana Young, SUNY-Buffalo, “AUCTION
BLOCK PARTY”
Richard Holeton, Stanford, “Custom Orthotics Changed My Life, and other
slideshow fiction”
Allison de Fren, Connecticut College, “Disarticulations of Artificial
Women”
Ruth Nicole Brown and Claudine Candy Taaffe, Illinois, “I Am Not The Problem!
An Embodied Black Girl Photo-Essay-Performance-Poem in Cacophony”
Edward Moses, DJ


Tuesday April 21st

8-9 AM
NCSA Lobby - Open Display and Poster Sessions
Donna Cox, Visualization Labs
IACAT Labs
Peter Bajcsy, spectral and tele-immersive labs, Image Spatial Data Analysis
(ISDA) group, NCSA
Julie Klein, Wayne State University; Nardina Mein, Wayne State University; Dr.
Anne-Marie Armstrong, Wayne State University; Ian Chapp, Wayne State University
Paul Gallagher, Wayne State University, “Performance Archive Search Tool: a
new means to access Detroit’s cultural history”
Patrick Murray-John, University of Mary Washington, “A Giant Edu-Graph:
Removing Boundaries From Courses, Blogs, And Information About Them”
Jason Price, University of California, Berkeley, “Notes and Reflections from
The Global Lives Project”
Nalin Abeysekera, Open University of Sri Lanka, “Promoting online learning
vs. traditional learning in Sri Lanka”
Javed Mostafa, University of North Carolina, “ScholarsPoint: An Online
Collection of Scholarly Software, Virtual Computer Laboratory, and Community of
Practice”
Elizabeth Dorland, Washington University, “Social Media for Information
Filtering, Boundary Crossings, and Promoting Educational Change"
Staci Shultz, University of Michigan, “Access, Agency, and Agenda: How Online
Fan Fiction Communities Sponsor Participants in Emerging Spaces"Ian Benjamin
Chapp, Wayne State University
Juli Grigsby, University of Texas, Austin
Ramsey Tesdell, University of Washington

9-10:15 AM
Rapid Fire/Lightning Talks - 1030 NCSA
Max Edelson, Illinois; Robert E. McGrath, NCSA; Alan Craig, NCSA, “How to
Create a Universal Digital Cartobibliography: Crossing the Boundary From a Sea
of Images to a Cartographic Record of American History”
Nick Montfort, MIT, “Expanding the Literary Potential of Interactive Fiction"
W. Michelle Harris, Rochester Institute of Technology, “Tangible Experience
Design: An educational bridge between Industrial Design and Computing”
Abdul Alkalimat, Illinois, “African Diaspora”
Patrick Jagoda, Duke University, “Network Aesthetics: American Fictions in
the Era of Interconnection”
Letizia Bollini and Valentina Cerletti, Bicocca University, Milan, Italy,
“Logical and visual georeferenced search: merging user centered interaction
models”
Peter Leonard, University of Washington, “Marking Up Stone: TEI, GIS and
Medieval Runology”
John Johnston, Emory, “Computer Fictions as Cognitive Models: Layering,
Virtualization, and Intra-system Interface”
Jeffrey McClurken, University of Mary Washington, “Uncomfortable, but Not
Paralyzed”: Challenging Traditional Classroom Boundaries with Undergraduates
and Digital History”
Session Chair and Moderator: Mary Stuart

9-10:15 AM
Technology Demos - 1040 NCSA
Julie Klein, Wayne State University; Nardina Mein, Wayne State University; Dr.
Anne-Marie Armstrong, Wayne State University; Ian Chapp, Wayne State
University, “Lessons for Teaching with Technology in Humanities and Social
Sciences”
Michael Twidale, Illinois, “Patchwork Prototyping an IMLS DCC Collection
Dashboard”
Jentry Sayers, University of Washington; Matt Wilson, University of Washington,
“Mapping the Digital Humanities”
Alan Craig, Illinois; Robert E. McGrath, NCSA, “Augmented Reality/Virtual
Reality”
Session Chair and Moderator: Deanna Raineri, University of Illinois

10:30-noon
What’s the Matter with New Arts Media? A Forum on The Ubiquitous Arts - 1122
NCSA
Anne Balsalmo, University of Southern California
Mikel Rouse
Thecla Shiphorst
Session Chair, Moderator, and Participant: Donna Cox, University of Illinois/
NCSA

1-2:30 PM
Foundations Funding Panel - 1122 NCSA
Jennifer Serventi, National Endowment for the Humanities
Camilo Acosta, Costa Rica USA Foundation
Steve Griffin, National Science Foundation
Judith Cone, Ewing Marion Kaufmann Foundation
Session Chair and Moderator: Melanie Loots, University of Illinois

2:30-3:45 PM
Community Informatics - 1040 NCSA
Will Patterson, Illinois, “I POWERED-Hip Hop as Information Science”
Bertram (Chip) Bruce, Illinois, “YOUTH, DIGITAL MEDIA AND INFORMATICS”
Lucy Haagen, Duke University, “ReMobilizEd: Recycled Mobile Phones for
Education”
Angel David Nieves, Hamilton College, “Virtual Heritage in the New South
Africa: The Soweto ’76 Archive and Digital Cultural Heritage”
Session Chair and Moderator: Tom Maccalla, National University
2:30-3:45 PM
Disciplinary Practices Panel - 1040 NCSA
Katherine Mezur, University of Washington, “New Medium: Ditching the
Disciplinary Rules and Founding Tech/Performance”
Aden Evens, Dartmouth College, “Desire and the Mouse”
Lev Manovich, University of California, San Diego
Session Chair and Moderator: Ann Bishop, University of Illinois

4-5 PM
Ubiquitous Learning Panel - 1122 NCSA
Nick Burbules, Illinois, “Ubiquitous learning: Crossing the formal/informal
education divide”
Caroline Haythornthwaite, Illinois, “Ubiquitous Learning”
Lisa Nakamura, Illinois; Rayvon Fouche, Illinois
Session Chair and Moderator: Dianne Harris, University of Illinois

5-6:30 PM
Grand Text Auto Panel - 1122 NCSA
Mary Flanagan
Michael Mateas, University of California, Santa Cruz
Nick Montfort, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen, Norway
Andrew Stern
Noah Wardrip-Fruin, University of California, Santa Cruz
Session Chair and Moderator: Damon Baker, University of Illinois, Urbana
Champaign

6:30-6:45 PM
Closing - 1122 NCSA

6:45 PM
HASTAC Scholars Dinner and Meeting - 2100 NCSA

7 PM (optional)
The Mechanical Bride: Full Screening Sponsored by Gender and Women's Studies
Allison de Fren, Connecticut College - 106 Lincoln Hall

7:30 PM (optional) Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, A Dance Company Performance
(advance tickets required) - Krannert Center for Performing Arts


Wednesday April 22nd
HASTAC III Extended Workshops

8:30-noon
Software Environment for Advancement of Scholarly Research Data Analytics
Workshop - 1030 NCSA
Michael Welge, NCSA
Imaging and Image Analyses Workshop - 1040 NCSA
Peter Bajcsy, NCSA
Virtual Worlds Visualization Workshop - 3100 NCSA
Donna Cox, NCSA and Guy Garnett, IACAT

1-5 PM
Software Environment for Advancement of Scholarly Research Data Analytics
Workshop - 1030 NCSA
Michael Welge, NCSA
Imaging and Image Analyses Workshop - 1040 NCSA
Peter Bajcsy, NCSA
Virtual Worlds Visualization Workshop - 3100 NCSA
Donna Cox, NCSA and Guy Garnett, IACAT


Thursday April 23rd

8:30-noon
Imaging and Image Analyses Workshop - 1040 NCSA
Peter Bajcsy, NCSA
Virtual Worlds Visualization Workshop - 3100 NCSA
Donna Cox, NCSA and Guy Garnett, IACAT

1-5 PM
Imaging and Image Analyses Workshop - 1040 NCSA
Peter Bajcsy, NCSA
Virtual Worlds Visualization Workshop - 3100 NCSA
Donna Cox, NCSA and Guy Garnett, IACAT

For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.chass.uiuc.edu/
Events/Entries/2009/4/19_HASTAC_III.html




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