Tag Archives: PDP

PDP Podcast: Rachael Sullivan

This is another short podcast episode featuring a presenter from The Past’s Digital Presence Conference.  Rachael Sullivan’s presentation at the conference is titled ““Dickinson Meets DoubleClick: Remediating Poetry”. Rachael holds an M.F.A. in Poetry from the University of Nevada, Las … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 4

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE 4:15-5:45pm Saturday, February 20 Whitney Humanities Center Theorizing the Digital Archive Room 208 Stewart Campbell, Columbia University, “Eugène Atget and the Digital Archive” Art-historical self-critique through an analysis of the commercial practice of photographer Eugène Atget … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 4

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE 4:15-5:45pm Saturday, February 20 Whitney Humanities Center How-To Digital Humanities Room 120 Shane Landrum, Brandeis University, “Camera, laptop, and what else?: Hacking Better Tools for the Short Archival Research Trip” This talk examines the finer points … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 3

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE Saturday, February 20 2:30-4:00pm Evolving Reading Practices Room 208 Katherine Liu, Folger Shakespeare Library, “The Folger’s Evolving Response to the Information Age: Digital Image Database” [abstract not available] Rachael Sullivan, University of Texas, Dallas, “Dickinson Meets … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 3

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE 2:30-4pm Saturday, February 20 Whitney Humanities Center Finding the Words: The Digital Linguistics Database Room 120 Eugenia Kelbert, Yale University, “Ménage à trois, or General Theory of Communication” [abstract not available] Paulina Bounds, University of Georgia, … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 2

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE Saturday, February 20 The Digital Age Library Room 208 Claudia Schlessman, University of Pennsylvania, “The Scholar as Archivist: A Case Study in Negotiating the Borders between Description and Analysis” This study elucidates insights pertaining to source … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 2

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE 12:45-2:15 Mapping History Room 120 Julia Mansfield/Scott Spillman, Stanford University, “Mapping Eighteenth-Century Intellectual Networks” The Republic of Letters united European and American scholars, scientists, and statesmen before the modern, university-based academic world supplanted it. Participants used … Continue reading

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Event: The Past's Digital Presence, Session 1

THE PAST’S DIGITAL PRESENCE Saturday, Feb 20th 10:15-11:45 The Material Object in Digital Culture Room 208 * Jane Tippett, University of Delaware, “Physicality vs Practicality: The Book as Object in the Age of Digitalization” [no abstract available] * Heather Ball, … Continue reading

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Event: Past's Digital Presence, Session 1

This is the first in a series of blogposts to feature sessions at Yale’s upcoming Past’s Digital Presence Conference.  Registration is open. If you are unable to attend, be sure to follow the #PDP2010 twitter feed. Saturday, February 20 10:15-11:45 … Continue reading

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The Past's Digital Presence: Feb 19-20, Yale University

Make sure to mark your calendars for this upcoming conference: The Past’s Digital Presence: Database, Archive, and Knowledge Work in the Humanities February 19-20 Yale University Full Conference Program Available Here How is digital technology changing methods of scholarly research … Continue reading

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