2018 Schedule

Thursday, October 4 | Friday, October 5 | Saturday, October 6

Thursday, October 4

KU Burge Union

0800-0900Registration, Coffee, and Poster Installation
0900-0910Opening SessionJohn Martin
University of North Texas
0920-0930Clarence Lang
Interim Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
University of Kansas
KU Administration Welcome
0920-0930Brian Rosenblum
University of Kansas
KU IDRH Director's Welcome
0930-0940Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Digital Frontiers Director's Welcome
0940-1040Opening KeynoteLauren Klein
Georgia Tech
Data Feminism: Community, Allyship, and Action in the Digital Humanities
1100-NoonSession OneAn Sasala
Mariah Crystal
Elene Cloete
Charlesia McKinney
Sierra Watt

University of Kansas
Feminist Use of Digital Humanities: Grad Student Approaches and Perspectives
Noon-1300LunchMenu TBD
1300-1400Session TwoSteven Ramsay
Brian Pytlik-Zillig

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Susan Wiesner
University of Maryland
Rommie Stalnaker
Independent Scholar
Digital Humanities and the Performing Arts: A Collaboration
Session ThreeLinda Reynolds
Perky Beisel

Stephen F. Austin State University
Kelley Snowden
University of Texas at Tyler
Dipping Vats and Goat Roping: Voices from Small Places
Katherine Knowles
Jessica DeSpain
Kristine Hildebrandt
Jill Anderson

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Digital Community Engagement at a Regional University
1545-1645Session FourShane Lynch
Guillermina Pena-Sandoval
Rain Charger
Tweesna Rose Mills

University of Kansas
Voices of Resilience
1650-1710Minute MadnessAll Poster Presenters
1730-1930ReceptionMenu TBD
1730-1830Poster SessionMichael DeAnda
Illinois Institute of Technology
Bulge Lab: An Alternate Reality Game about Body Image, Masculinity, and Viruses
Lee Fulton
Mike Mease
Stephany Seay

Buffalo Field Campaign
Endangered Species Act documentation of wildlife migration in a Geographic Information System
Liz King
Wade Martin

Texas State University
From VHS to MP4: Improving access to 40 years of literary recordings
Antoinette Moore
Hilo Medical Center
Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Lived Experience: Using Digital Oral Histories to Teach Compassionate Care
Laura Yeck
Cecila Barlow

Schreiner University
Converging Community Service: Discovering Collaboration Opportunities for Digital Humanities Projects
Peggy Lindner
Kristina Neumann

University of Houston
Finding Connection in Ancient Syria
Ross McCool
Mark Costello
Benjamin Jackson
Victoria Scrimer

University of Maryland, College Park
Embodiment Through Embouchure: An Interdisciplinary Performance-Based Approach to the Transferral of Embodied Knowledge
Jolene deVerges
Southern Methodist University
Santos Lives! Digital Restoration to Rebuild, Reconcile, and Remember
Additional poster titles pending confirmation.

Friday, October 5

0800-0830Registration, Coffee
0830-0930Session FiveJessica Elam
Joshua Jackson

North Carolina State University
Sarah Evans
Molloy College
Edwin Lohmeyer
University of Central Florida
Building Supportive Communities: Methods and Perspectives on Promoting Inclusivity, Intersectionality, and Interdisciplinarity in the Digital Humanities
0945-1045Session SixLyndsay Bratton
Catherine Benoît
Phillip Barnes
Sufia Uddin

Connecticut College
Collaborative Intelligence: Building a Community of Practice in Digital Scholarship at a Liberal Arts College
Margaret Terrill
Jonathan McMichael
Rafia Mirza

Southern Methodist University
Overcoming the Curse of Knowledge with Cross-disciplinary Collaboration: Applying User Experience Approaches to Digital Humanities
1100-NoonSession SevenNicholas Kelly
University of Iowa
Exploring Aesthetic Communities with Text Mining and Data Visualization: The Program Era Project and the Iowa Writers' Workshop
Gordon Carlson
Matt Clarke
Nicholas Caporusso
Alex Perez
Chris Jacobs
Ella Ding

Fort Hays State University
Best of Both Worlds: Combining 360 Video and Augmented Reality for Understanding and Creating Narrative
Noon-1300LunchMenu TBD
1300-1400Session EightLorie Vanchena
Ashley Yoder

University of Kansas
Drew Crist
Independent Designer
WWI Immigrant Poetry: A Digital Humanities Project
Philip Rusche
Ed Nagelhout

University of Nevada Las Vegas
Revising the Textbook(s): Open Access, Open Pedagogy, Open Communities
Samantha Dodd
University of Texas at Arlington
Sunny Side Up: How GLAM Wiki Saved My Bacon
1415-1530Session NineErin O'Quinn
North Carolina State University
Remaking Space: A Geo-spatial Visualization of the Irwinville Farms Community
Alison Langmead
University of Pittsburgh
Forms of Equivalence: Bertillonnage and the History of Information Management
Chad Uhl
Philip Stinson

University of Kansas
Digitally Reviving a Numismatic Collection: Pedagogy and Scholarship
Joshua Miner
University of Kansas
Indigenous Computational Bodies and Settler-Colonial Violence
1545-1645Closing KeynoteRasheedah Phillips
Communal, Quantum and Afrofutures: Time & Memory Mapping in Marginalized Communities
1645-1700FarewellSpencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Brian Rosenblum
University of Kansas
1730-1930Informal Happy HourLocation TBD

Saturday, October 6

Lawrence Public Library

Workshops are free and open to the public, but require additional sign up. Please click here to register for the workshops.

09:15-10:45Micah Bateman
University of Texas at Austin
TWARC It! Workshop: Harvesting and Preserving Twitterature
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Sabrina Starnaman

University of Texas at Dallas
An Archive of Unnamed Women
11:00-12:30Zach Coble
New York University
Collecting Data with Web Scraping
Spencer Keralis
Digital Frontiers
Melissa Gonzales
Houston Community College District
Documenting Local History with Interactive Timelines