Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 25/Feb/2022
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Registration: Conference Registration
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
3:00pm
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4:00pm
S01: 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.
S02: Panel
Location: 4010 JFSB
Chair: Rebekah Cummings
 

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

Megan Weiss, John Flynn, Keely Mruk

S03: Session 3
Location: 4116 JFSB
Chair: Molly Caitlin Morin
 

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

Maria Alberto



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

Ashley Nadeau



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

Matthew Nickerson

4:00pm
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4:15pm
T1: Transition
4:15pm
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5:15pm
S04: Session 4
Location: 3068 JFSB
Chair: Dana Bourgerie
 

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

Maciej Kurzynski



A Digital History of Agricultural Science in China

Spencer Stewart



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

Nashra Mahmood

S05: Session 5
Location: 4010 JFSB
Chair: L. Wynholds
 

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

Edward Stratford, Jonathan Hanna, Harrison Bludworth



Opening Artists' Books: Toward a Common Vocabulary

Marnie Powers-Torrey, Jonathan Sandberg

S06: Session 6
Location: 4116 JFSB
Chair: Ashley Nadeau
 

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

Adam Frank McBride, Brian Croxall



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

Lloyd Kevin Alimboyao Sy



Out of Order

Solmaz Kive

5:15pm
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5:45pm
Opening Reception: Opening Reception
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
Date: Saturday, 26/Feb/2022
8:00am
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9:00am
Breakfast: Breakfast
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
9:00am
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9:15am
T2: Transition
9:15am
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10:15am
S07: Workshop
Location: B013 JFSB
 

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

Jesse Vincent, Lauryn Wilde, Spencer Young, Jason Dzubak

S08: Session 8
Location: 4010 JFSB
Chair: Randell Jasmine
 

What does Congress care about?

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



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

Max Schleicher



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

Yiwen Wang, Maciej Kurzynski

S09: Panel
Location: 4116 JFSB
Chair: Elizabeth Smart
 

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

Anna-Lisa Halling, Jeremy Browne, Valerie Hegstrom

10:15am
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10:30am
T3: Transition
10:30am
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11:30am
Why Data-Rich African American Stories Matter
Location: B192 JFSB
Chair: Brian Croxall
Conference Keynote
 

Kenton Rambsy

11:30am
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11:45am
T4: Transition
11:45am
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12:30pm
Lunch: Lunch
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB
12:30pm
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12:45pm
T5: Transition
12:45pm
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1:45pm
S10: Session 10
Location: 3068 JFSB
S11: Session 11
Location: 4010 JFSB
Chair: Matthew Nickerson
 

An extensible Cor framework for textual publication and structure

Nicholas John Hayward



Critical Approaches to Media-Generating AI

Trevor Redd Smith

S12: Session 12
Location: 4116 JFSB
Chair: Maria Alberto
 

Building community partnerships through digital literacy instruction

Rebekah Cummings, David Roh



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

Randy Jasmine



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

Ed Nagelhout

1:45pm
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2:00pm
T6: Transition
2:00pm
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3:00pm
S13: Session 13
Location: 3068 JFSB
S14: Session 14
Location: 4010 JFSB
Chair: Kerin Holt
 

Possibilities of an Autonomous Sanctuary

Tobechukwu Onwukeme



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

Lisa Swanstrom



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

Tessa Marie Scheuer

S15: Panel
Location: 4116 JFSB
Chair: David S Roh
 

Modeling Data: The Materiality of Methods

Nikki Stevens, Molly Morin, Julia Panko

3:00pm
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3:15pm
T7: Transition
3:15pm
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3:45pm
Close: Closing Remarks
Location: 4186/4188 JFSB

 
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