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Symposium on Digital Scholarship 1/28/11, Fir Room

Symposium on Digital Scholarship
January 28 2011, 9:00-5:00
Fir Room, Erb Memorial Union

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Opening Remarks:                       Deb Carver, Dean of University Libraries

2010-11 HASTAC Scholars:    Andrew Bonamici, Associate University Librarian

Scholars: Ashley Gibson (MA, Art History); Bryce Peake (PhD, Anthropology) Whitney Phillips (PhD, English/Folklore); Anne Stewart (undergraduate, English/Japanese); Staci Tucker (MA, SOJC); Tomas Valladares (MA, Arts & Administration); Matt Villeneuve (undergraduate, History); Mara Williams (PhD, SOJC).
Mentors: Douglas Blandy, Arts & Administration; Alisa Freedman, East Asian Languages and Literatures; Kevin Hatfield, History; Kate Mondloch, Art History; Carol Stabile, SOJC/English.

Keynote Introduction:      Scott Coltrane, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

“Modulated Subjects: MP3, Telephony, and the Imagined Auditor”
Jonathan Sterne

Professor of Art History and Communication at McGill University, Jonathan Sterne is the author of The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction and the forthcoming MP3: The Meaning of a Format (Duke University Press). He is currently a fellow of Stanford University’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.  http://sterneworks.org/

10:45-12:15                        Digital Studies at UO

  • Moderator: Kate Mondloch, Art History
  • Allison Carruth, English
  • Alisa Freedman, East Asian Languages and Literatures
  • Colin Koopman, Philosophy
  • Bish Sen, Journalism
  • Kartz Ucci, Digital Arts

12:30 – 1:30                         Lunch on your own in the EMU

  • Digital Scholars Advisory Board meeting, Fir Room

1:30-3:00                            UO Digital Projects:  Don Harris, Vice Provost, Information Services

  • Moderator: Douglas Blandy, Arts & Administration
  • ChinaVine: Doug Blandy and John Fenn, Arts & Administration
  • Oregon Petrarch Open Book: Massimo Lollini, Romance Languages
  • Fembot: Carol Stabile, SOJC/English, and Karen Estlund, Digital Collections, UO Libraries
  • Nolli Map of Rome/Giuseppe Vasi’s Rome: James Tice, Architecture, and Erik Steiner, InfoGraphics

3:15-4:45                            Graduate Research in Digital Studies

  • Moderator: Carol Stabile

  • Ashley Gibson, Art History
  • Bryce Peake, Anthropology
  • Whitney Phillips, Folklore
  • Staci Tucker, School of Journalism and Communications
  • Mara Williams, School of Journalism and Communications

Center for the Study of Women and Society *  Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies *  School of Architecture and Allied Arts *  School of Journalism and Communications * UO Information Services *  UO Libraries  * UO Digital Scholars


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