Meeting Schedule

Friday, February 26, 2015

DH U1 Master Schedule
Friday. February 26th, 2016 – Utah Valley University Classroom Building

Room CB 511 Room CB 204
Registration
8:30am-9:30am
Coffee, juice and snacks available
Welcome
9:30am-9:45am
Welcome to DH U1
Jeremy Browne, Brigham Young University
Keynote Address
9:45am-10:30am
DH by Design
Alternative Origin Stories for the Digital Humanities
Tara McPherson, University of Southern California
Morning Break Lemonade available
Concurrent Session 1
10:45am-11:05am Your digital humanities are in my library! No, your library is in my digital humanities!
How libraries are enabling and engaging in digital humanities projects.
Anna Neatrour and Rebekah Cummings, University of Utah
Bored Stupid and Lonely
American Anxieties About Technology from the Telegraph to Twitter
Luke Fernandez and Susan Matt, Weber State University
11:05am-11:25am Beyond OCHRE
Extending a philologically explicit corpus to include historical entities
Edward Stratford, Brigham Young University
Just a Bunch of Homos
Tumblr, Grindr, Scruff, and the New Gay Rights Movement
Emerson L.R. Barrett and Ryan LaRe, Westminster College
11:25am-11:45am Oxford, Ida, and UVU
Jans B. Wager, Catherine McIntyre, Zoe McDonald, Timothy Dawson, Utah Valley University
Fan Fiction as Assemblage
Anne Jamison, University of Utah
Lunch Break Assorted boxed lunches, soda, and ice water
(Vegan/Vegetarian/Gluten-Free options will be set aside for those who requested them)
Concurrent Session 2
1:15pm-1:35pm My Self, My Scars
Representations of cancer and gender on Instagram
Avery E. Holton, University of Utah; Allison Lazard, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
#Blacklivesmatter, Poetics & the Making of a Digitalized Revolution
Eileen Chanza Torres, Westminster College
1:35pm-1:55pm From Microfilm to Mobile Media
Towards a History of Reading Interfaces
Julia Panko, Weber State University
The Poemage Project
Exploring the true value of computation to poetry scholarship
Nina McCurdy, University of Utah
1:55pm-2:15pm “The Discussion is Interminable”
Continued Conversation through the Kenneth Burke Digital Archive
Dr. Ethan Sproat, Utah Valley University
Using Large Online Corpora
(for Looking at Language and Much More)
Mark Davies, Brigham Young University
Afternoon Break Cheese, crackers, coffee, tea, and lemonade available
Concurrent Session 3
2:30pm-2:50pm Slacktivism Versus Hacktivism
Hacking the Classroom for a Better Critical Pedagogy
Mark D. Pepper, Utah Valley University BiblioTech
Digital Humanities and Digital Libraries
Elizabeth Smart, Brigham Young University; Greg Reeve, Brigham Young University
2:50pm-3:10pm Gamification Pedagogy
Motivating students in the online writing classroom
Nina Feng, University of Utah
Online Multimedia Museum Exhibits
Sharing, Combining and Repurposing Digital Artifacts to Enhance Access and Learning
Matt Nickerson, Southern Utah University
3:10pm-3:30pm A Digital Humanist’s 20-year Retrospective
Gideon Burton, Brigham Young University