Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 25/Feb/2022
2:00pm - 3:00pmRegistration: Conference Registration
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
3:00pm - 4:00pmS01: Technology Test Drive
Location: 3068 JFSB
Come test your computer with BYU's standard projection/display environment so you'll be ready for your session.
3:00pm - 4:00pmS02: Panel
Location: 4010 JFSB
Session Chair: Rebekah Cummings
 

Digital Tools Serving the Public: History Projects from the UofU American West Center

Megan Weiss, John Flynn, Keely Mruk

University of Utah, United States of America

 
3:00pm - 4:00pmS03: Session 3
Location: 4116 JFSB
Session Chair: Molly Caitlin Morin
 

How Do We Want To Do This? Launching #CritRoleBib as DH Project & Fan Resource

Maria Alberto

University of Utah, United States of America



Close Reading in the “Audio Age”: Audiobooks Pedagogy and the Victorian Novel

Ashley Nadeau

Utah Valley University, United States of America



“Be Stone No More”: Helping Public Art Tell New Stories in New Ways

Matthew Nickerson

Southern Utah University, United States of America

 
4:00pm - 4:15pmT1: Transition
4:15pm - 5:15pmS04: Session 4
Location: 3068 JFSB
Session Chair: Dana Bourgerie
 

Where Plot Does Not Matter - On the Trope of Suffering Woman in Modern Chinese Narratives

Maciej Kurzynski

Stanford University, United States of America



A Digital History of Agricultural Science in China

Spencer Stewart

University of Chicago



Remixing India ft. NeoFascism: [de]platforming, archiving, and witnessing on Indian Twitter

Nashra Mahmood

UCLA, United States of America

 
4:15pm - 5:15pmS05: Session 5
Location: 4010 JFSB
Session Chair: L. Wynholds
 

The Old Assyrian Research Environment: From Cuneiform Signs to Historical Data

Edward Stratford, Jonathan Hanna, Harrison Bludworth

Brigham Young University, United States of America



Opening Artists' Books: Toward a Common Vocabulary

Marnie Powers-Torrey, Jonathan Sandberg

University of Utah, United States of America

 
4:15pm - 5:15pmS06: Session 6
Location: 4116 JFSB
Session Chair: Ashley Nadeau
 

“What the French?!”: Exploring whether Standard, y’know, is, man...

Adam Frank McBride, Brian Croxall

Brigham Young University, United States of America



The Dictionary of Direct Discourse: Computational Text Analysis of Novelistic Dialogue

Lloyd Kevin Alimboyao Sy

University of Virginia, United States of America



Out of Order

Solmaz Kive

University of Oregon, United States of America

 
5:15pm - 5:45pmOpening Reception: Opening Reception
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
Date: Saturday, 26/Feb/2022
8:00am - 9:00amBreakfast: Breakfast
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
9:00am - 9:15amT2: Transition
9:15am - 10:15amS07: Workshop
Location: B013 JFSB
 

WordCruncher: The All-Purpose Tool for Text Research and Analysis

Jesse Vincent, Lauryn Wilde, Spencer Young, Jason Dzubak

Brigham Young University, United States of America

 
9:15am - 10:15amS08: Session 8
Location: 4010 JFSB
Session Chair: Randell Jasmine
 

What does Congress care about?

Grant Madsen, Robert Reynolds, Josh Gladwell, Sonny George, Maren Maxfield, Joseph Corey

Brigham Young Unviersity, United States of America



Blurbing the Lines: Modeling Shifts in Contemporary American Poetry via the Blurb

Max Schleicher

University of Utah, United States of America



Affective Writing in Ming Dynasty Huaben Stories — A Topic Modeling Study

Yiwen Wang1, Maciej Kurzynski2

1Zhejiang University, People's Republic of China; 2Stanford University, United States of America

 
9:15am - 10:15amS09: Panel
Location: 4116 JFSB
Session Chair: Elizabeth Smart
 

More Than Muses: A Digital Library of Texts by Iberian Women Writers

Anna-Lisa Halling, Jeremy Browne, Valerie Hegstrom

Brigham Young University, United States of America

 
10:15am - 10:30amT3: Transition
10:30am - 11:30amWhy Data-Rich African American Stories Matter
Location: B192 JFSB
Session Chair: Brian Croxall
Conference Keynote
 

Kenton Rambsy

University of Texas at Arlington, United States of America

Numerous African American creators have produced data-rich stories, that is, narratives embedded with large quantities of information. Frederick Douglass, W. E. B. Du Bois. Ida B. Wells. Toni Morrison. Colson Whitehead. The list goes on and on of African American storytellers whose works contain a multitude of reference points. Those of us in African American Studies and literary studies, however, have only recently begun actively engaging data management tools, mapping software, and other technical methods that can fully capture and illuminate and represent all these data-rich stories produced by black people.

In this presentation, Dr. Rambsy will highlight the significance of data-rich African American storytelling by illuminating the more than 400 locations and 600 characters referenced Edward P. Jones’s short fiction. This project sheds light on the importance of applying data-driven research to the study of African American compositions.

 
11:30am - 11:45amT4: Transition
11:45am - 12:30pmLunch: Lunch
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
12:30pm - 12:45pmT5: Transition
12:45pm - 1:45pmS10: Session 10
Location: 3068 JFSB
12:45pm - 1:45pmS11: Session 11
Location: 4010 JFSB
Session Chair: Matthew Nickerson
 

An extensible Cor framework for textual publication and structure

Nicholas John Hayward

Loyola University Chicago, United States of America



Critical Approaches to Media-Generating AI

Trevor Redd Smith

University of Utah, Department of Communication

 
12:45pm - 1:45pmS12: Session 12
Location: 4116 JFSB
Session Chair: Maria Alberto
 

Building community partnerships through digital literacy instruction

Rebekah Cummings, David Roh

University of Utah, Digital Matters



Being Human in the Age of Technology: The Saga of Utah Tech University

Randy Jasmine

Dixie State University (soon to be Utah Tech University), United States of America



Digital Humanities Research: Writing In, Writing For, Writing About

Ed Nagelhout

UNLV, United States of America

 
1:45pm - 2:00pmT6: Transition
2:00pm - 3:00pmS13: Session 13
Location: 3068 JFSB
2:00pm - 3:00pmS14: Session 14
Location: 4010 JFSB
Session Chair: Kerin Holt
 

Possibilities of an Autonomous Sanctuary

Tobechukwu Onwukeme

University of Utah Digital Matters Lab, United States of America



Inventories of Affect: William Bartram's Travels and Mark Dion's Travels, Reconsidered

Lisa Swanstrom

U of Utah, United States of America



Digital Maps and Material Agency: A Posthumanism Approach to Environmental Justice and Education

Tessa Marie Scheuer

University of Utah, United States of America

 
2:00pm - 3:00pmS15: Panel
Location: 4116 JFSB
Session Chair: David S Roh
 

Modeling Data: The Materiality of Methods

Nikki Stevens1, Molly Morin2, Julia Panko2

1Arizona State University, United States of America; 2Weber State University

 
3:00pm - 3:15pmT7: Transition
3:15pm - 3:45pmClose: Closing Remarks
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB

 
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