University of Oregon

Symposium on Digital Scholarship

Audience
Faculty/Staff
Researcher
Student
GTF
Date: 
Friday, January 28, 2011 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
Address: 
EMU Fir Room

Join University of Oregon faculty, staff, graduate researchers and HASTAC scholars as we explore scholarly applications of digital tools and media in the humanities and associated disciplines.

 

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
9:30—10:30

Keynote Address: "Modulated Subjects: MP3, Telephony, and the Imagined Auditor" by 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. Visit 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

Sponsors:

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

 

About UO Digital Scholars

We connect UO digital scholars to one another and the wider world of digital scholarship. We value the interdisciplinary and collaborative spirit, and sponsor spirited conversations about technology and research. For more information about UO Digital Scholars, please see http://uodigschol.wordpress.com/