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Humanist Archives: Feb. 15, 2019, 6:40 a.m. Humanist 32.459 - events: global symposium; image interoperability

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 459.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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    [1]    From: Kristen Mapes 
           Subject: Global DH Symposium Program Announced & Registration Reminder (Deadline March 15) (97)

    [2]    From: Benjamin Albritton 
           Subject: IIIF 2019 Conference - CFP (45)

        Date: 2019-02-14 22:17:51+00:00
        From: Kristen Mapes 
        Subject: Global DH Symposium Program Announced & Registration Reminder (Deadline March 15)

Global Digital Humanities Symposium

March 21-22, 2019
Michigan State University (USA)
East Lansing, Michigan


The full program -- including abstracts - is now available! Join us for a
fantastic event. Registration Deadline: Friday, March 15

Free and open to the public. Register (for in person and/or virtual attendance)
at http://msuglobaldh.org/registration/

Thursday, March 21, 2019

  *   9:30-10:30 "Voices from Native Land and Challenges of Incorporating
Land and Ecological Knowledge Into Digital Media", Victor Temprano and
Samantha Martin-Ferris
     *   10:50-12:00- Lightning Talks
        *   10:50-11:15 - Mapping
           *   Mapping the Librotraficante Movement - Melanie Walsh
           *   All the World's Onstage: Representing Culture through the
Touring Dances of Denishawn - Harmony Bench
           *   Visualizing St. Petersburg: the Mapping Project about the Hidden
Connections between its Famous Citizens - Antonina Puchkovskaia
        *   11:30-11:50 - Community Archiving
           *   Diné Peoples in 3D:  A Collaborative Portal Project to
Decolonize Keystone View Company Stereographs - Laura Smith and Megan Kudzia
           *   Digital Diasporas, Digital Histories: Preserving Ghana's Past
in the Digital Age - Kirstie A. Kwarteng
     *   1:00-2:20 - Re-Imagining Networks in Global and Local Contexts:
Labor, Infrastructure, Access
        *   Digital Humanities and the Archival Turn in India - Puthiya
Purayil Sneha
        *   "Digital Thick Description": Feasts, Gifts, and Plenitude in
Mughal Biographies and Paintings from 16th and 17th century India - Jyotsna
Singh and Justin Wigard
        *   From "Natural Agitators" to "Sheepwomen:" Women's
Representation in Sheep & Wool Digital Archives - Helen Trejo
        *   The Death of "Publicness": Japanese digital frameworks and
access - David Humphrey
     *   2:40-4:00 -Memory, Bodies, and the Digital: Data as a Humanizing Force
        *   Mapping the History of the Humanities and Media Labs - Urszula
        *   The Grupo De Apoyo Mutuo Digital Archive: Historical Memory and
Guatemala's Disappeared - Alex Galarza and Marianna Ramirez
        *   Digital Seas of Memory: The Confluence of Digitality and Orality in
Reconceiving the Archive - Maria Karaan and Benedict Salazar Olgado
        *   Enslaved: Finding People - Dean Rehberger and Walter Hawthorne
     *   4:20-5:40 - Digital and Other Uprisings: Margins, Centers, and Social
        *   Pedagogies of the Digitally Oppressed: Anti-Colonial Critiques and
Transnational Collaborations within #OurDhIs Organizing - Kush Patel, Ashley
Caranto Morford, and Arun Jacob
        *   A Living Archive: Centering the Content-Creator in Feminista
Community Archiving - Marísa Hicks-Alcaraz
        *   Cyber Activism in India: Representation and Analysis of Big Data -
Nanditha Narayanamoorthy
        *   Digital Graffiti: Website Defacement as Political Messaging and as
Art - David Gustavsen
Friday, March 22, 2019

  *   9:30-10:30 - Responding to the "Border Crisis": Digital
Interventions and Transnational Partnerships - Maira E. Álvarez and Sylvia
  *   10:50-12:00- Lightning Talks
     *   10:50-11:15 - Textual Analysis
        *   Letters on/from Captivity: An Analysis of the Captive in Portuguese
and Spanish Epistolary Writings in the 16th-18th Centuries - Leila Vieira
        *   Glossing the Glossary: Digital Approaches to Paratexts and Power in
Arabic Literature - Dima Ayoub
        *   Authorship Attribution of Yasunari Kawabata's Novel Snow Country
- Hao Sun and Mingzhe Jin
     *   11:30-11:50 - Networks of Knowledge
        *   Silent No More: Using Text Mining and Social Networks to Decolonize
the History of Algerian Women - Ashley Sanders Garcia
        *   The Discourse of Conflict is Social Media Network - Frolence
        *   Humanities Scholars and Ethical Compliance in the Digital World:
Role of Academic Librarians in Nigeria - Airen Adetimirin
     *   1:40-3:10 - En-Compassing Latitudes: Methodologies, Pedagogies, and
Trajectories of Global DH - Anne Cong-Huyen, Viola Lasmana, and Kush Patel
     *   3:30-5:00 - Surveillance and Social Justice - Latoya Lee, Arun
Jacob, Megan Wilson, Andy Boyles Petersen, and Christina Boyles

Kristen Mapes
Assistant Director of Digital Humanities, College of Arts & Letters
Michigan State University
479 West Circle Drive, Linton Hall 308
East Lansing MI 48824
kmapes@msu.edu | @kmapesy

        Date: 2019-02-14 16:01:20+00:00
        From: Benjamin Albritton 
        Subject: IIIF 2019 Conference - CFP

[IIIF = International Image Interoperability Framework]

Hi All,

The Call for proposals for the 2019 IIIF conference in Göttingen, Germany is
open until the Friday the 1st of March. We would welcome submissions showing the
use of IIIF to support digital humanities research. We have the following slots

- Up to a ½ day workshop
- 7 to 10 minute lightning talks
- 20 minute presentations (plus 10 mins questions)
- 90 minute open block (Could be panel session or grouped presentations)

If you are working with IIIF in your research please consider submitting a
proposal. If you have any questions feel free to get in contact with me or
another member of the program committee. Further details on the conference can
be seen at:


And the link to submit your proposal is:


Thank you!

- IIIF 2019 Conference program committee:
Ben Albritton (Stanford University)
Glen Robson (IIIF-C)
Jack Reed (Stanford University)
Jeff Mixter (OCLC Research)
Josh Hadro (IIIF-C)
Julien A. Raemy (HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Haute école de
gestion de Genève)
Nuno Freire (Europeana)
Rachel Di Cresce (University of Toronto)
Rashmi Singhal (Harvard University)
Rebecca Hirsch (Yale University)
Regine Stein (Göttingen State and University Library)
Sara Brumfield (Brumfield Labs)
Scott Renton (University of Edinburgh)
Stacey Redick (Folger Shakespeare Library)

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