Day of Digital Scholarship

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Willis Library, Room 250H

9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

See below for the schedule of events for our upcoming Day of DS!  

The day will include presentations on current digital scholarship projects by UNT faculty, students, and staff, an update on our recent digital scholarship survey, lunch bites and blogging, and an opportunity to mix & mingle with scholars from a variety of disciplines who share a common interest in exploring digital media, technologies, and new forms of scholarship. 

Plus, an exciting keynote at on the “Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage” project by Dr. Carolina A Villarroel and Dr. Gabriela Baeza Ventura from the Arte Público Press and the University of Houston.

Schedule:

9:00    Sign-in and Coffee

9:30    Introductions & Overview

           Breakfast Bites

10:00  Dr. Kathryne Beebe, Dept. of History, “Medieval Data and Modern Social Network Analysis: A Digital Humanities Approach to Virtual Pilgrimage”

10:30  Brian Anderson, Music History, “Examining Music Binder’s Volumes in Nineteenth-Century America: A Quantitative Approach”

11:00   Mary Burke, Dr. Shobhana Chelliah, Melissa Robinson, Mark Phillips, “Preparing Linguists’ Field Recordings and Datasets for Ingest into a Digital Library System”

11:30   Digital Scholarship Workgroup, “Update on Digital Scholarship Survey Results”

12:00   Lunch Bites
            Blogging & Coloring w/ Digital Libraries and The Portal to Texas History

12:30   Dr. Lauren Cross & students, Interdisciplinary Art & Design Studies, “Lightning Talks: Using digital tools for student projects”

1:00    Giselle Greenidge, Dept. of Sociology, “The Crisis and Black Sentiment”  

1:30     Micah Crittenden, Dept. of History, “The St. John’s Community Project”

2:00    Dr. Lauren Cross & students, Interdisciplinary Art & Design Studies, “Lightning Talks: Using digital tools for student projects”

2:30    Coffee break

3:00    Keynote: Dr. Carolina A. Villarroel and Dr. Gabriela Baeza Ventura, Arte Público Press, “Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project

4-5:00  Mix & Mingle    

 

This  event is sponsored by the UNT Libraries, the Digital Scholarship Workgroup, and the Scholarly Communication Office.

If you have questions, please contact  john.martin@unt.edu           

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