Program for MEDIA RES #1: lightning talks by NYC graduate students on DH projects

May 8th, 2015 by Erin Glass Leave a reply »

2:00 – 3:30 pm, Friday, May 8th, 2015

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C415A

 HASHTAG: #NYCDH

 

SPEAKERS:

 

ROUND ONE

 

Jeffrey Binder

English – Graduate Center

The Distance Machine: Expectation and Surprise in the Navigation of Digital Collections

 

Julia Fuller

English – Graduate Center

Recovering Victorian Iconography, Reframing the Dissertation: A DH Project in Progress

 

Erin Glass

English – Graduate Center

Affordances of Writing Technologies

 

Collin Jennings

NYU – English

Too Big a Tale: Old and New Forms of Magnitude for Representing the Past

 

Jojo Karlin

MALS/English – Graduate Center

TwitterBot Thoughts

 

ROUND TWO

Mary Catherine Kinniburgh

English – Graduate Center

Mapping the Deep and the Digital: Place Names in the Icelandic Outlaw Sagas

 

Grace Afsari-Mamagani

English – NYU

Digital Spatiality and the Politics of Blackness

 

Jesse Merandy

English – Graduate Center

TBA

 

Aaron Plasek

English/History – NYU/Columbia

Fail Better: On Algorithmic “Transparency” as Critical Procedure

 

ROUND THREE

 

Christy Pottroff

English – Fordham

Mapping the Mail: from Archive to Neatline

 

Jonathan Reeve

English – NYU / Columbia

MACRO-ETYMOLOGICAL TEXTUAL ANALYSIS

an application of language history to literary criticism

 

Patrick Smyth

English – Graduate Center

DH Box: A Digital Humanities Laboratory in the Cloud

 

Chris Vitale

MALS – Graduate Center

TANDEM

 

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