DH@uOttawa Speaker Series

Winter 2019

Contacts: Kyle Conway and Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO)

 

Date Presenter and affiliation Presentation title

February 28, 2:00-2:30

Texas A&M

Laura Mandell

BigDIVA: Nourishing and Sustaining a Scholarly Infrastructure Built from the Ground Up

March 7,
2:00-3:30

UC Santa Barbara

Alan Liu

What Infrastructure Assumes: Digital Humanities and Critical Infrastructure Studies

March 14, 2:00-3:30

Indiana University-Purdue University

Jennifer Guiliano

Indigeneity + Digital Humanities

 

Fall 2018

Contacts: Kyle Conway and Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO)

 

Date Presenter and affiliation Presentation title

Wednesday, November 8,

2 pm to 3:30 pm

Perez 302

Dr. James Lee

Mapping a Global Renaissance with 53,829 Texts

Wednesday, November 14,

1 pm to 2 pm

Perez 302

Dr. Celina Jeffery

Ephemeral Coast

 

Winter 2018

Contacts: Kyle Conway and Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO)

 

Date Presenter and affiliation Presentation title

Tuesday,
March 06

01: 00 pm
to
02 : 30 pm

Atelier Cofab
Arts Markerspace

David McDougall and Sasha Phipps

Digital Processes in Visual Arts

Tusday,
March 20

01 : 00 pm
to
02 : 30 pm

Perez 302

Jada Watson

Changing Billboard Methodologies and Ecological Diversity in Hot Country Songs

Tuesday,
March 27

01: 00 pm
to
02 : 30 pm

Perez 302

Olivia Neal
(Government of Canada)

Olivia Neal - Executive Director for Digital Change, Chief Information Officer Branch, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

 

Fall 2017

Contacts: Kyle Conway and Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO)

 

Date Presenter and affiliation Presentation title

Wednesday, September 20

12 pm to 1 pm

LRR114

Melanie Brown,
Alexandra Haggert
and Amy Tector

Digital Humanities at Library and Archives Canada

Thursday, September 28

3:00 PM-5:00 PM

Room LRR114

Servanne Monjour,
Michael Sinatra

Université de Montréal

*Général Instin* : enjeux et défis d’un corpus fantôme

Digital Leigh Hunt

Wednesday, October 4

12 pm to 1 pm

SMD129

Heather Morrison

School of Information Studies, University of Ottawa

Why are we still publishing journal articles anyway? An exploration of some new, maybe better, approaches to knowledge creation & sharing

Thursday, October 17

12:00 AM-1:00 PM

SMD129

Constance Crompton
Department of Communication, University of Ottawa

Neither Tethered nor Tied: The Advantages of TEI-XML in a Multi-Format DH Project

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