Visiting Speakers

The ETCL hosts talks by leading figures and emerging leaders in the digital humanities and humanities more broadly. Some of these talks are aligned with DHSI, but many are ETCL-specific. Lead: Ray Siemens (English and Computer Science).

 

2018

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with James O’Sullivan and Lindsey Seatter)

  • Centering the Edge Case: Designing Services for Humanities Data Research: Grace Afsari-Mamagani (New York University)
  • Accessibility in Digital Environments Via TEI-Encoded Uncontracted Braille: Gia Alexander (Texas A&M University)
  • Walking a Transect: Exploring a Soundscape: John Barber (Washington State University)
  • Doing DH with Graphic Narratives: John Barber (Washington State University)
  • Digital Humanities, A Question of Ethics: Negar Basiri (Louisiana State University)
  • “But is it any good?”: A quantitative approach to the popularity of digital fanfiction: Suzanne Black (University of Edinburgh)
  • The Stories We Tell: Representing Gay and Lesbian History through Digital Technologies in the LGLC Project: Nadine Boulay (Simon Fraser University) and Ewan Matthews (Ryerson University)
  • Miranda, the Folger Shakespeare Library’s new Digital Asset Platform: Meaghan Brown (Folger Shakespeare Library)
  • (De/Re)Defining “The Digital”: A Decolonial Approach to Digital Humanities: Ashley Caranto Morford (University of Toronto) and Arun Jacob (McMaster University)
  • The Resemblage Project: Creativity and Digital Health Humanities in Canada: Andrea Charise (University of Toronto) and Stefan Krecsy (University of Toronto)
  • Spatial Humanities and the Web of Everywhere: Ken Cooper (SUNY Geneseo)
  • Writing Poetry in High School: Guadalupe Echegoyen (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
  • Feminist Pest Control: controlling and not controlling nonhuman pests: Lindsay Garcia (College of William and Mary)
  • Beauty and the Book: Pre-Raphaelite Artistic Practice Contained: Josie Greenhill (University of Victoria)
  • A Digital Archaeology of Life in Cleveland’s Depression-Era Slums: Charlie Harper (Case Western Reserve University) and Jared Bendis (Case Western Reserve University)
  • Mapping Sarah Sophia Bank’s Numismatic Collection: Erica Hayes (North Carolina State University) and Kacie Wills (University of California, Riverside)
  • Building the ARTECHNE Database: New directions in Digital Art History: Marieke Hendriksen (Old Dominion University)
  • The Ineffective Inquisition: The Holy Office’s Sphere of Influence in Early Modern New Spain: Kira Homo (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Digital Humanities in Latin American Studies: Cybercultures Initiative: Angelica Huizar (Old Dominion University)
  • (De/Re)Defining “The Digital”: A Decolonial Approach to Digital Humanities: Arun Jacob (McMaster University)
  • Medlars as a Colonialist Artifact in Menzies’ Journal: Paula Johanson (University of Victoria)
  • Translation3point0: Why Literary Translation Data Matters: Katie King (University of Washington)
  • Orwellian Vocabulary and the 21st-Century Politics: Ilgin Kizilgunesler (University of Manitoba)
  • The American Prison Writing Archive (APWA): Doran Larson (Hamilton College), Janet Simons (Digital Humanities Initiative, Hamilton College), and William Rasenberger (Hamilton College)
  • Italian Paleography in the Digital Domain: Isabella Magni (Newberry Library)
  • Plotting Our Trajectories: Navigating, Situating, and Re-Inventing Research Topoi with R: Sean McCullough (Texas Christian University) and Jongkeyong Kim (Texas Christian University)
  • ARL Digital Scholarship Institute: Sarah Melton (Boston College)
  • Faraway, so close: Has the political environment really changed in Ecuador?: Luis Meneses (Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, University of Victoria)
  • Defining a Taxonomy of of Abandonment for Online Digital Humanities Projects: Luis Meneses (Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, University of Victoria) and Jonathan Martin (King’s College London)
  • PoéticaSonora: A Digital Audio Repository Prototype for Latin American Sound Art and Poetry: Aurelio Meza (Concordia University)
  • Digital Frankenstein Variorum: Rikk Mulligan (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Text in World: Computational Analysis of Trauma in Genocide Narratives: Nanditha Narayanamoorthy (University of York) and Krish Perumal (University of Toronto)
  • Re-mixing Melville’s Reading: Text Analysis of Marginalia with R and XSLT: Christopher Ohge (University of London, School of Advanced Study) and Steven Olsen-Smith (Boise State University)
  • Making Open Data from a Gray Archive: Sara Palmer (Emory University)
  • Living Song Project: Quinn Patrick Ankrum (University of Cincinnati) and Elizabeth Avery (University of Oklahoma)
  • Composition not Inheritance: Imagining a Functional Digital Humanities: Andrew Pilsch (Texas A&M University)
  • This is Just to Say I Have <X> the <Y> in your <Z>: Modernist Memes in an Era of Public Apology: Shawna Ross (Texas A&M University)
  • New Modes of DH and Archival Skills Acquisition in a Graduate Public History Course: Paulina Rousseau (Ryerson University)
  • Documenting Deportation: A Collaborative Digital Collection: Paulina Rousseau (Ryerson University)
  • Mapping Indigenous and Chicana/o Environmental Imaginaries using GIS: Stevie Ruiz (California State University, Northridge), Quetzalli Enrique (California State University, Northridge), Enrique Ramirez (California State University, Northridge), and Tomas Figueroa (California State University, Northridge)
  • Poetic Procedures/Digital Deformances: Corey Sparks (California State University, Chico)
  • Youtube Yoga and Ritual on Demand: The Virtual Economics of Hindu Soteriology: Dheepa Sundaram (College of Wooster)
  • Making it Seem Easy: Interdisciplinary Team Defines and Measures DH interest at SUNY Oswego: Serenity Sutherland (SUNY Oswego), Fiona Coll (SUNY Oswego), Sarah Weisman (SUNY Oswego), Candis Haak (SUNY Oswego), and Murat Yasar (SUNY Oswego)
  • Legends of the Buddhist Saints: Jonathan S. Walters (Whitman College) and Dana Johnson (Freelance Web Developer)
  • Camp Edit: the Institute for the Editing of Historical Documents: Nikolaus Wasmoen (Association for Documentary Editing, University at Buffalo), Jennifer Stertzer (Association for Documentary Editing, University of Virginia), and Cathy Moran Hajo (Association for Documentary Editing, Ramapo College)
  • Developing Interactive and Open-Source OER: Inquiry-Based Music Theory: Evan Williamson (University of Idaho)
  • Herb Simon and His Books: Avery Wiscomb (Carnegie Mellon University) and Daniel Evans (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Unleashing the Power of Texts as Networks: Visualizing the Scholastic Commentaries and Texts Archive: Jeffrey Witt (Loyola University Maryland) and Drew Winget (Stanford University)

 

2017

Lectures

  • Julia Flanders (Northeastern U), Elena Pierazzo (U Grenoble Alpes), Constance Crompton (UBCO)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with James O’Sullivan, Mary Galvin, and Lindsey Seatter)

  • Humanities Commons: Building an Open Networked Repository for Humanities Scholars: Nicky Agate (Modern Language Association)
  • Pulling Off the Prestige: “Tricks” for Authentic Classroom Instruction: Katherine Ahnberg (U South Florida)
  • Towards Poetics in Multiple Senses: Studying Examples of Suheir Hammad’s Performed Poetry: Thana Al-Shakhs (Louisiana State U)
  • From East to West through Hypertext: Online Literary Journals as a Medium and Translations/Translators of Arabic Literature: Norah Alkharashi (Concordia U)
  • “‘My Wife’s joined the Suffrage Movement, (I’ve suffered ever since!)’: Suffrage Postcards, the Visual Rhetoric of Masculinity, and Feminist Digital Archiving Practices”: Kristin Allukian (U South Florida)
  • The Chicago School — Wikification of 105’000 volumes 1850-2015: Dan Costa Baciu (IIT)
  • The Transcultural Storytelling Project: Memory and Cultural Heritage of minoritized populations in Brazil and Canada: Jean Baptista (U Goiás), Bianca Brigidi (Quest U), Ahalya Satkunaratnam (Quest U) and Eduardo Viana da Silva (U Washington, Baptista)
  • Maker and Made: An Uneasy Relationship: John Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • Sounds and DH: An Uncurated Installation: John Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • Austin Clarke’s Digital Crossings: Paul Barrett (Mc Master)
  • Using Digital Humanities in the Classroom: Claire Battershill (U Reading) and Shawna Ross (Texas A&M U)
  • A Question of Style: individual voices and corporate identity in the Edinburgh Review, 1814-1820: Francesca Benatti (The Open U) and David King (The Open U)
  • “Credit where Credit is Due”: Handling Authorship in Blackfoot Language Digital Resources: Heather Bliss (U Victoria), Inge Genee (U Lethbridge) and Marie-Odile Junker (Carleton U)
  • Leaving No Stone Unturned: Developing a DH Environmental Scan: E. Leigh Bonds (Ohio State U)
  • Making Up For Lost Time: (Re)Constructing Connections and Unconvering Networks in Don McLeod’s Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada Chronology: Nadine Boulay (Simon Fraser U), Rebecca Desjarlais (UBC Okanagan), Candice Lipski (UBC Okanagan), Cole Mash (UBC Okanagan), Ewan Matthews (Ryerson), Seamus Riordan-Short (UBC Okanagan) and Caitlin Voth (UBC Okanagan)
  • Disaster without Relief: Survivors’ Stories of the 1928 Hurricane: Christina Boyles (U Iowa)
  • The Folger’s Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama: Meaghan J. Brown (Folger Shakespeare Library) and Elizabeth Williamson (Folger Shakespeare Library)
  • Listen Up! Oregon Object Stories: Cole Crawford (Oregon State U), Canadian Videotex Artists Restoration Project: John Durno (U Victoria)
  • Beyond the Classroom: Using Student Organizations to Build Collaborative Communities: Laura Gerlitz (U Alberta), Paul Gifford (U Alberta), Kaitlyn Grant (U Alberta), Chelsea Miya (U Alberta), Kiese Ndily (U Alberta) and Greg Whistance-Smith (U Alberta)
  • Joyce and the Graveyard of Digital Empires: Elyse Graham (SUNY, Stony Brook)
  • Pathfinders, the Method; Traversals, the Process: Dene Grigar (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • Reading Born Digital Literature: mez breeze and Andy Campbell’s All of the Delicate Duplicates: Dene Grigar (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • Documenting Born Digital Media: Dene Grigar (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • The Electronic Literature Collection 3: Dene Grigar (Washington State U, Vancouver), Davin Heckman (Winona State U) and Marjorie C. Luesebrink
  • Antconc for correlative analysis: Judit Palencia Gutierrez (U California, Riverside)
  • Jane Addams Papers Digital Edition Using Omeka: Cathy Moran Hajo (NYU)
  • Studying repetition in visual images: the IIT and network analysis: Elizabeth Honig (U California, Berkeley)
  • The Inescapable Digital: Rethinking the Position of an Avant-Garde: Ryan Ikeda (U California, Berkeley)
  • Multimodality and Community Literacy in First-Year Writing: Whitney James (Emerson C)
  • Why Wylie? Checking Census Records for Connections between M. Wylie Blanchet and Isobel Wylie Hutchison: Paula Johanson (U Victoria)
  • All the feels, all the clicks: Hypertext narrative & the affect effects on/of player choice: Ariel Kroon (U Alberta)
  • Gaming: Uses, Meaning, and Historiography: Jeffrey Lawler (CSULB) and Sean Smith (California State U, Long Beach)
  • Sustainable & Accessible Interactive Documentary Storytelling Without Heavy Coding: The Story of the Stuff: Ashley Maynor (U Tennessee, Knoxville)
  • An analysis of the political environment in Ecuador through Presidential discourses: Luis Meneses (U Victoria)
  • Writting poetry through technologies.: Guadalupe Echegoyen Monroy (U Nacional Autónoma de México)
  • Advocating, Legitimizing, and Preserving Digital Scholarship: Jasmine Mulliken (Stanford U Press)
  • OKCollaborate: Out-Of-This-World. Interdisciplinary. Fun!: Carmel Ohman (U Oregon)
  • Reception Studies in the Age of Digital Humanities: Vida Owusu-Boateng (Louisiana State U)
  • History and future developments of the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative: Émilie Pagé-Perron (U Toronto)
  • Radio Ownership and Nation Building in Post-Colonial Philippines: Teilhard Paradela (U British Columbia)
  • Digitization in the classroom : teaching undergraduates the art of digitizing history: Sophie Rondeau (Virginia Wesleyan C)
  • Recognizing Graduate Student Professionalization through Open Badges: An experiment and a discussion: Anandi Silva Knuppel (Emory U)
  • Digital Scholarship in the Philosophy Classroom: Jordan Stewart-Rozema (Emory U)
  • Writing Program Histories and Collaborative Maintenance of a Digital Program Archive: Kayla A. Sparks (Texas Christian U)
  • The Creation of the First Digital Humanities Research Center on US Latina/o Literature: Doing Work that Matters: Gabriela Baeza Ventura (U Houston) and Carolina Villarroel (U Houston)
  • Gaming Literacy and Education: Re-Thinking Digital Games and Gamification: Polina Vinogradova (Ryerson U)
  • Visualizing a Web of Poems, Poets, and Readers: Amanda Watson (New York U)
  • Borges’ Fluid Castle and Hypertexutal Consciousness: Xinyi Zhang (San Diego State U)

 

2016

Lectures

  • Stephanie Boluk (Pratt Institute), Jason Boyd (Ryerson U), James Cummings (Oxford U), Gabriel Egan (De Montfort U), Laura Estill (Texas A&M U), Lisa Goddard (U Victoria), Liz Grumbach (Texas A&M U), Diane Jakacki (Bucknell U), Elizabeth Losh (UC San Diego), Jon Saklofske (Acadia U), Anastasia Salter (U Central Florida), Amardeep Singh (Lehigh U), Claudia von Vacano (UC Berkeley)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with James O’Sullivan, Mary Galvin, and Lindsey Seatter)

  • Darwin’s Semantic Voyage: Colin Allen (Indiana U), Simon DeDeo (Indiana U) and Jaimie Murdock (Indiana U)
  • Working in the Digital Humanities – An exploration of scholarly practices for early-career academics: Steve Anderson (U California, Riverside), Matt Bouchard (U Toronto), Andy Keenan (U Toronto) and Lee Zickel (Case Western Reserve U)
  • ABC’s of Gamification: How we Gamified a Social Media Course: Rob Bajko (Ryerson U) and Jaigris Hodson (Royal Roads U)
  • Digital Storytelling for Digital Humanities: John F. Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • Sounds and Digital Humanities: John F. Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • The HathiTrust Research Center: Supporting Large Scale Analysis of the HathiTrust Digital Library: Sayan Bhattacharyya (U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
  • Does Gender Affect How Genre-Conformingly Writers Write?: Sayan Bhattacharyya (U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) and Ted Underwood (U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
  • Nicholae Cline (Indiana U), Eleanor Dickson (U Illinois) and Leanne Mobley (Indiana U)
  • Diversity in Aesthetic Categories: Using biblical translation to examine word sense and popular belief: Zach Bleemer (U California, Berkeley)
  • Collection, Curation, and Collaboration: Representing Canadian Gay Liberationists: Nadine Boulay (Simon Fraser U), Stefanie Martin (Ryerson U), Seamus Riordan-Short (U British Columbia, Okanagan), Raymon Sandhu (U British Columbia, Okanagan) and Anderson Tuguinay (Ryerson U)
  • Working at the Intersection of Renaissance Studies and DH: an Update on Iter Initiatives: William Bowen (U Toronto, Scarborough), Randa El Khatib (U Victoria), Daniel Powell (King’s College London), Lindsey Seatter (U Victoria) and Ray Siemens (U Victoria)
  • Digitization and Dissemination of Movable Books Data: Emily Brooks (U Florida)
  • Practicums in the Digital Humanities: Four KPU Case Studies: Greg Chan (Kwanten Polytechnic U), James Hospedales (Kwantlen Polytechnic U), Steven H. Lee and Jennifer Wines (Kwantlen Polytechnic U)
  • The NYU Libraries Web Hosting Pilot: An Update and Lessons Learned: Zach Coble (New York U)
  • Detecting Text Reuse in Nineteenth-Century Legal Codes of Civil Procedure: Kellen Funk (Princeton U) and Lincoln Mullen (George Mason U)
  • Four Words: The Role of Theory in Digital Humanities: Grant Glass (U North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
  • Mapping a Digital History of Big Science: Elyse Graham (SUNY, Stony Brook)
  • Mapping German POWs in the Soviet Gulag, 1941-1956: Susan Grunewald (Carnegie Mellon U)
  • Exploring Place in the French of Italy: Heather Hill (Fordham U)
  • Canada’s Early Women Writers and all their relatives: Karyn Huenemann (Simon Fraser U)
  • Digital History and Archiving: Fostering the “Afterlife” and Accessibility of American Civil War Letters: Ashley Hughes (Texas Christian U)
  • Possible Spanish Idiom In A Name At Nootka: Paula Johanson (U Victoria)
  • Rethinking the Exhibition Catalogue: Documentation, Curation, and the Digital Humanities Project: Aleksandra Kaminska (Simon Fraser U) and Julia Polyck-O’Neill (Brock U)
  • The Anti-MOOC: An Online Small Seminar Format for Distance Mentoring and Digital Public History Projects: Cathy Kroll (Sonoma State U)
  • Mapping a Global Renaissance with 53,829 Texts: James Lee (Grinnel College)
  • Digital Representations of Petrarch’s “Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta”: Isabella Magni (Indiana U)
  • Piloting Linked Open Data for Artists’ Books at University of California, Irvine: Emilee Mathews (U California, Irvine)
  • Undergraduate Contributorship Models with TaDiRAH: Aaron Mauro (Penn State, Behrend)
  • The Comparison of Human-Reading and Machine-Reading in Le Système de la Nature: Maryam Mozafari (Simon Fraser U)
  • Privacy, Legality, and Feminism: How Do We Build a Feminist Politics into Open Access Data Structures?: Emily Christina Murphy (Queen’s U)
  • Voices of Southern Patagonia: Gustavo Na (U Nacional de la Patagonia Austral)
  • Recreating the Fiction Factory: The James Malcolm Rymer Collection:Rebecca Nesvet (U Wisconsin, Green Bay)
  • DH Internships: Building Digital Humanities Capacity with Care at Emory: Alan G. Pike (Emory U)
  • A Textual Analysis of Female Renaissance Playwrights using R: Elizabeth Ramsay (Trent U)
  • Quantifying the Language of Othering: Bryor Snefjella (McMaster U)
  • Using DH to Increase Legal Literacy and Agency: Susan Tanner (Carnegie Mellon U)
  • From Silent Films to Digital Scholarship: Teaching Multimodal Creation and Critique: Mia Tootill (Cornell U)
  • Digital Scholarship in the Institutional Repository: Jeri Wieringa (George Mason U)
  • Transforming Bad OCR into Useful Metadata? Exploring NLP Possibilities: Evan Williamson (U Idaho)

 

2015

Lectures

  • Abeer Aloush (U Pennsylvania), Steve Anderson (U California, Riverside), John Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver), David Beck (U Warwick), Laurel Bowman (U Victoria), Constance Crompton (UBC Okanagan), Dene Grigar (Washington State U, Vancouver), David Hoover (New York U), William Kurtz (Virginia Foundation for the Humanities), Juliette Levy (U California, Riverside), Jose Manuel Medrano (U California, Riverside), Jim McGrath (Northeastern U), Krista Murchison (U Ottawa), Emily Murphy (Queen’s U), Malte Rehbein (U Passau), Shannon Smith (Queen’s U), Christian Vandendorpe (U Ottawa), Claire Warwick (U Durham)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Mary Galvin and James O’Sullivan)

  • Digital Immateriality:’ Locating Surrounding Myths in Pedagogical Settings: Farrah Abdel-Latif (U Toronto) and Abigel Lemak (U Toronto)
  • Searching for the Past: Borrowed Methods for Uncovering Historical Consciousness, as Expressed Online: Shawn Anctil (Carleton U)
  • Spar: Public and Digital Humanities in Southwest Washington State: Rachel Arteaga (U Washington)
  • Radio Nouspace: John Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • From Chronology to Network: Representing Gay Liberation: Jessica Bonney (U British Columbia, Okanagan), Sarah Lane (U British Columbia, Okanagan), Raymon Sandhu (U British Columbia, Okanagan) and Travis White (U British Columbia, Okanagan)
  • Teaching with TEI: The Victorian Women Writers Project and Virtual Learning Environments: Mary Borgo (Indiana U)
  • Social Knowledge Creation and Big Data:William Bowen (U Toronto, Scarborough), Matthew Hiebert (U Victoria) and Ray Siemens (U Victoria)
  • Fanny Kemble’s Shakespeare: Maria Chappell (U Georgia)
  • Deciphering The Dynamiter: A Study in Authorship Attribution: Mingyuan Chen (U Edinburgh), Anouk Lang (U Edinburgh), Carlos Fonseca Grigsby (U Edinburgh), Laura Mcaleese (U Edinburgh), Alba MorollÛn DÌaz-Faes (U Edinburgh), Elizabeth Nicholas (U Edinburgh) and Robyn Pritzker (U Edinburgh)
  • Schooling Donald Allen: Re-Locating Mid-Century American Poetry Networks: Lisa Chinn (Emory U), Brian Croxall (Emory U) and Rebecca Koeser (Emory U)
  • Collaborative, Speculative, Possible Technologically-Enhanced Mobile Libraries, Or How Davidson College Students Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Library: Caitlin Christian-Lamb (Davidson C)
  • Graduate Training in the 21st Century: Progress and Development: Melissa Dalgleish (York U) and Daniel Powell (U Victoria)
  • Water through a net: long-term preservation of the digital humanities on the web: Corey Davis (U Victoria)
  • A Data Dictionary for TEI Projects: Joe Easterly (U of Rochester)
  • What’s Under the Big Tent? A Study of ADHO Conference Abstracts, 2004-2014: Nickoal Eichmann (Mississippi State U) and Scott Weingart (Indiana U)
  • Novel Analysis Program (NAP): Tracey El-Hajj (U Victoria)
  • Capital Talks: Stephanie Gamble (U Kansas)
  • Digital Ironies: Using DH Tools to Examine the Surveillance Society: Renee Houston (U Puget Sound) and Josefa Lago-Grana (U Puget Sound)
  • Local Knowledge: small boat losses on La Pérouse’s 1786 expedition in Lituya Bay, re-interpreted with moon and tidal data: Paula Johanson (U Victoria)
  • Where Heidegger and Doctorow Intersect in the Creative Commons Licensing of Pirate Cinema: Paula Johanson (U Victoria)
  • Cultural Taste-making: Mining the Vogue Archive for Art History: Lindsay King (Yale U Library)
  • Archive as Network: a project conducted in the John Ringling Library Special Collections: Margaret Konkol (New C of Florida)
  • Ikenga Shrines and Iron Horses: A Reader’s Guide to Achebe’s Things Fall Apart Using Scalar: Cathy Kroll (Sonoma State U)
  • Curio: A Research Platform for Citizen Science: Edith Law (U Waterloo)
  • A Project Based Pedagogy Developing the EULA Tool: Aaron Mauro (Penn State Erie, The Behrend C)
  • Myths on Maps: Lauren Mayes (U Victoria)
  • Toward a Better Digital Edition: The History of the Han, a digital-literary combined edition: Scott McGinnis
  • The Autobiographical Writing of Infinite Jest Reading Group Blogs: Philip Miletic (U Waterloo)
  • British History Online: a case study of long-term digital projects: Sarah Milligan (Institute of Historical Research)
  • Recovering the First World War Illustrated Gift-Book in a Digital Environment: Nick Milne-Walasek (U Ottawa)
  • Panopticon or Panacea? Googledocs, word processing, and Collaborative Real-time Editing: Taylor Morphett (Simon Fraser U) and Mark Perry (Simon Fraser U)
  • Expertise and Imposter Syndrome: The Reluctant Digital Humanist: Julia Panko (Weber State U)
  • The 19 Voyages of Henry James: Shawna Ross (Arizona State U)
  • #nohomo: Mapping the Social Functions of Homophobic Twitter Hashtags: Bonnie Ruberg (U California, Berkeley)
  • Collaborative Reading in The Readers’ Thoreau: Paul Schacht (SUNY Geneseo)
  • Linking the Middle Ages: Applying Linked Open Data to the Field of Medieval Studies: Ece Turnator (U Texas, Austin)
  • First Year English as a DH Course: Nicholas van Orden (U Alberta)
  • Finding Your Family Tree in The Joseph Smith Papers: An Example of DH Engaging the General Public: Nathan Waite (The Joseph Smith Papers)

 

2014

Lectures

  • Paul Arthur (U Western Sydney), Jonathan Bengston (U Victoria Library), Ed Chang (Drew U), Aimée Morrison (U Waterloo), Michael E. Sinatra (U Montréal), Stéfan Sinclair (McGill U), Robert Gibbs (U Toronto), Alex Gil (Columbia U), Doran Larson (Hamilton College), James Nahachewsky (Curriculum and Instruction), Ray Siemens (English and Computer Science), John Simpson (U Alberta), George Tzanetakis (Computer Science), Paul Walde (Visual Arts)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Mary Galvin and James O’Sullivan)

  • Students in the Digital Humanities: Rhetoric, Reality and Representation: Katrina Anderson (Simon Fraser U), Lindsey Bannister (Simon Fraser U), Janey Dodd (Simon Fraser U), Deanna Fong (Simon Fraser U), Michelle Levy (Simon Fraser U) and Lindsey Seatter (Simon Fraser U)
  • Plotting in Reverse: ‘Plotto: The Masterbook of All Plots’ and ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener’: Jonathan Armoza (McGill U)
  • Modeling Open Peer Review for the Public Philosophy Journal: Andre de Avillez (Penn State U)
  • 40 Acres, Wildlife Cameras, and a Garmin: A Spatial Multimedia Project: Brian Ballentine (West Virginia U)
  • Sound of :: in Digital Humanities: John Barber (Washington State U, Vancouver)
  • Tracking Bibliographic Research Through Game-based Collaboration: Jon Bath (U Saskatchewan), Federica Giannelli (U Saskatchewan), Jade McDougall (U Saskatchewan), Ben Neudorf (U Saskatchewan) and Xiaohan Zhang (U Saskatchewan)
  • Iter Community: William Bowen (Iter, U Toronto) and Matthew Hiebert (U Victoria, ETCL)
  • Youth, Technology and Wellbeing: Exploring Social Change via the Digital Humanities: Philippa Collin (Institute for Culture and Society, U Western Sydney) and Teresa Swirski (Institute for Culture and Society, U Western Sydney)
  • Graduate Training in the 21st Century: Building Alternative Academies: Melissa Dalgleish (York U) and Daniel Powell (ETCL)
  • Exploring the Intersection of Public and Private Authorial Voice in the Works of Willa Cather: Laura Dimmit (U Nebraska-Lincoln) and Gabrielle Kirilloff (U Nebraska-Lincoln)
  • Organizing DiRT: On Developing a Digital Humanities Taxonomy: Quinn Dombrowski (UC Berkeley)
  • Fork the Digital Archive! Building the Digital-Text Analytics Scholars Lab: Benjamin J. Doyle (Northeastern U) and Elizabeth Hopwood (Northeastern U)
  • New Approaches to Digital Text Analysis: Introducing the Literature Online API: Douglas Duhaime (U Notre Dame)
  • Introducing The Almanac Archive, or How to Organize Nineteenth-Century Representations of Time: Lindsey Eckert (Georgia State U) and Julia Grandison (U Toronto)
  • Database Modernism: A Draft of XXX Cantos: Kent Emerson (U Tulsa)
  • The Solomon and Saturn Dialogues: A New Digital Edition: Heide Estes (Monmouth U)
  • The Affordance of ‘Place’: Generating a Social Understanding of Space within Digital Heritage Collections: Flora Feltham (Victoria U Wellington)
  • The Stuff of Science Fiction: An Experiment in Literary History: Stefania Forlini (U Calgary) and Bridget Moynihan (U Calgary)
  • Can We Use Multi-modal Learning to Teach Multi-modal Scholarship?: Tyler Fox (U Washington) and Peter Wallis (U Washington)
  • Out of Our Hands or Out of Our Minds? Using Distributed, Collaborative Tools to Crowd-source Content Creation in Humanities Classes: Chris Friend (U Central Florida) and Jesse Stommel (Hybrid Pedagogy)
  • Victoria’s Lost Pavilion: Reconstructing the Arts in Digital Space: Paul Fyfe (North Carolina State U), Sharon Joffe (North Carolina State U) and Sharon Setzer (North Carolina State U)
  • Sex, Violence, and Historical Events: Characterizing Translation Variation Across Topics: Dan Garrette (U Texas at Austin) and Hannah Alpert- Abrams
  • Hey! We’re Trending! But, What Are We Saying? Using Digital Technologies to Trace Conversations around Academic Conferences: Laura Gonzales (Michigan State U)
  • Electronic Literature as an Opportunity for Scholarship in Digital Humanities: Dene Grigar (Washington State U, Vancouver / Electronic Literature Organization)
  • Galileo’s Digital Library: Crystal Hall (Bowdoin College)
  • The Yellow Nineties Personography: Alison Hedley (Ryerson U)
  • Welsh Wills Online as a Digital Research Resource: Communicating the Content of Historical Documents in a Digital Environment: Rhian James (Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, U Wales)
  • The Epigraph Project: A Collaborative and Computational Approach to a Paratextual Genre: Collin Jennings (NYU Digital Experiments Group), Rachael King (NYU Digital Experiments Group), Rob Koehler (NYU Digital Experiments Group), Aaron Plasek (NYU Digital Experiments Group) and Laura Yoder (NYU Digital Experiments Group)
  • Mapping With SPOT Tracker While Kayaking Red Deer River: Paula Johanson (U Victoria)
  • Maps, Space and Place in Digital Oral History: Penny Johnston (U College Cork)
  • Introducing the New Ivanhoe Game: Stephanie Kingsley (U Virginia Scholars’ Lab)
  • Design Like You Mean It: Crossover Principles of Design from Texts to Podcasts: Catherine Kroll (Sonoma State U)
  • On the Page, On the Screen: Uncovering the Digital Lives of Readers Using Linguistic, Temporal, and Geospatial Analysis: Anouk Lang (U Strathclyde)
  • Topic Modeling and Visualization in Comparative Colonial Latin American Studies: Armanda Lewis (New York U), Serendipity Nouveau: Kim Martin (U Western Ontario)
  • Creating a Keyword in Context (KWIC) Visualization for Early Chinese Historiography: A DHSI Success Story: Scott Paul McGinnis (UC Berkeley)
  • Collaborative Frameworks and Institutionalized Labour: Emily Murphy (Queen’s U)
  • Poetic Machines: An Investigation into the Impact of the Characteristics of the Digital Apparatus on Poetic Expression: Jeneen Naji (National U Ireland, Maynooth)
  • Spanish / Speaking / Digital Humanities: Élika Ortega (Western U, CulturePlex Lab)
  • A Dynamic Text/Image Interface for Representing of the Genesis of a Text: Josh Pollock (Microsoft) and Zailig Pollock (Trent U)
  • Scholar’s Dashboard: What Happens When the Reason for Your DH Project Disappears?: Andy Schocket (Bowling Green State U)
  • English Majors in the Lab: Expanding the History of Books to Digital Formats: John Shanahan (DePaul U), Representing Racialized Spaces in the DH World: Rhondda Thomas (Clemson U)
  • From Stone to Screen: Digitizing Epigraphic Inscriptions: Lisa Tweten (U British Columbia)
  • Lombard Press and The Sentences Commentary Text Archive: Curating and Publishing Digital Critical Editions: Jeffrey Witt (Loyola U Maryland)
  • Vampires and Video Games: Lauren Woolbright (Clemson U)

 

2013

Lectures

  • George Dyson, Kari Kraus (U Maryland), Scott Leslie (BC Campus), Brent Nelson (U Saskatchewan)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Diane Jakacki)

  • Kelly H Ball (Emory U), Donna Bilak (Bard Graduate Center), Barbara Bordallejo (U Saskatchewan), Ryan Cordell (Northeastern U), Ronan Crowley (U Buffalo), Michael John DiSanto (Algoma U), Rebecca Dowson (Simon Fraser U), Joe Easterly (SUNY Geneseo), Laura Estill (ETCL, U Victoria/ Texas A&M), Alana Fletcher (Queen’s U), Mary Galvin (U College Cork), Kimberly Gilbertson (Simon Fraser U), Rochelle Gold (UC Riverside), Ruth Gregory (Shoreline Community C), Dave Haeselin (Carnegie Mellon U), Heather Harkins (U Rochester), Per Henningsgaard (Portland State U), Andy Keenan (U
Toronto), Kerry Kilner (U Queensland), Margaret Linley (Simon Fraser U), Aaron Mauro (ETCL, U Victoria), Rich McCue (U Victoria Libraries), Shirley McDonald (U British Columbia), James O’Sullivan (U College Cork), Eric Payseur (York U), Aaron Plasek (NYU), Daniel Powell (U Victoria), Moshe Rachmuth (Portland StateU), Gabriel Romaguera (U Rhode Island), Kelby Rose (Texas A&M U), Amalia S. Levi (U Maryland), Anne Salsich (Oberlin C Archives), Paul Schacht (SUNY Geneseo), Joanna Schmidt (Texas Christian U), Scott Schofield (U Toronto), Carrie Schroeder (U the Pacific), John Simpson (U Alberta), Jennifer Stertzer (U Virginia), Dani Stock (U Waterloo), Robin Sutherland-Harris (U Toronto), and Roger Whitson (Washington State U).

 

2012

Lectures

  • Katherine D. Harris (San Jose State U), Laura Mandel (Texas 
A&M), Adriaan van der Weel (Leiden), Sydney Shep (U Wellington), Andrew Stauffer (U Virginia)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Diane Jakacki)

  • The Pedagogy of FaceBook: Almond Aguila (U Alberta)
  • Digital Writing and the Literary Ethos: Maria Angel (U Western Sydney) and Anna Gibbs (U Western Sydney)
  • Digital Humanities and the Alt-Ac “Track”: Views from the Grad School Trenches: Alyssa Arbuckle (U Victoria), Shaun MacPherson (U Victoria), Alyssa McLeod (U Victoria) and Daniel Powell (U Victoria)
  • Coding Digital Texts in TEI-Compliant XML, Case Study: The Folger Library Edition of Troilus and Cressida: Gord Barentsen (Acadia U)
  • Voyeur-istically Viewing Middlemarch: Visualization Tools and Traditional Literary Scholarship: Mary Borgo (Indiana U)
  • Training Institutes in the Digital Humanities: Elisabeth Burr (U Leipzig), James Cummings (Oxford U), Jennifer Guiliano (U Maryland), Rebecca Niles (U Toronto), Sebastian Rahtz (Oxford U) and Ray Siemens (U Victoria)
  • House of Leaves, House of Lexia: Lauren Burr (U Waterloo)
  • Computing and the Practive of History: Creating an Institutional Framework for the Digital Humanities at UC Berkeley: Christopher Church (U California, Berkeley), Hannah Farber (U California, Berkeley) and Scott McGinnis (U California, Berkeley)
  • The Future of the eBook: A Medium for Scholarly Innovation: Carol Lea Clark (U Texas at El Paso)
  • Disseminating the Humanities: Kristin Cornelius (California State U, Northridge)
  • The Devonshire Manuscript Defused: Modeling the Social Edition: Constance Crompton (U Victoria), Daniel Powell (U Victoria) and Ray Siemens (U Victoria)
  • Digitizing and Deciphering the Courten MS: Jon Detombe (U Saskatchewan)
  • Re-Thinking the Use of Digital Tools to Assist the Pedagogical Translation from Latin: Eugenie Duthoit (U Montpellier)
  • How and Why to Create a Frequency Dictionary of Media Arabic: Orhan Elmaz (U Vienna)
  • Sorting Through Encoding Possibilities: TEI Guidelines and Conflicting Hierarchies in an 8thCentury Illuminated Manuscript: Bill Endres (U Kentucky)
  • “A Thousand Tawngling Instruments”: Digital Humanities and the Study of Song: Paul Faber (U Leeds)
  • Working with Patience: Textual Editing, Digital Humanities, and Undergraduate Research: Elias Fahssi (Mount Royal U)
  • Bringing Technology to Student Writing: How DH Practices Can Enhance Composition Pedagogy: Chris Friend (U Central Florida)
  • The Materiality of the Digital: Mary Galvin (U College Cork)
  • Mapping the Modern Republic of Letters: Modeling Correspondence Networks with Omeka/Neatline: Gabriel Hankins (U Virginia)
  • Developing a Google Earth Finding Aid for Archival Materials About the Southern Colorado Coal Fields: Tim Hawkins (Bessemer Historical Society)
  • Mobilizing the Maternal Body in Late Victorian England: Geo-Victorian Pedagogy: Alison Hedley (U Victoria)
  • The Modernist Versions Project: J. Matthew Hucalak (Dalhousie U), Stephen Ross (U Victoria), Katie Tanigawa (U Victoria) and Tara Thomson (U Victoria)
  • eBook Production at Canadian Ups: Problems and Possible Solutions: Linnet Humble (Simon Fraser U)
  • Telling Open World Stories through Foundational Literary Genres: Sara Humphreys (Trent U)
  • Mapping Early Modern Travel Compilations: Merging Cartography, Travelogues, and GIS: Rob Imes (U Saskatchewan)
  • Failure is Frictive: Coding and Pedagogy: Kathi Inman Berens (U Southern California)
  • Reexaming Our Tools: Linking Educational Technology to the Socio-Political Dimensions: Peggy Jubien (U Alberta)
  • Gamification: Exploring the Debate within Game Design: Andy Keenan (U Toronto)
  • Historical Gentrification?: The Example of 19thCentury Mexico City: Sarah Koning (U Illinois at Chicago)
  • Designing a Literary Labels Database: Christopher Laxer (U Toronto)
  • The Praxis Program and Prism: Rethinking Graduate Training in a Digital Age: Brooke Lestock (U Virginia) and Sarah Storti (U Virginia)
  • Peer-Review, Publication, and the Academic Evalution of Digital Scholarship: An Open Discussion: Laura Mandell (Texam A & M) and Andrew Stauffer (U Virginia)
  • Visible Prices: Digital Humanities at the Intersection of Literature and Economics: Paige Morgan (U Washington)
  • Omeka and MicroTiles: Building Library Exhibits for Enormous Displays: Mike Nutt (North Carolina State U) and Markus Wust (North Carolina State U)
  • Digitally Annotating the Bibliographic Code: James O’Sullivan (U College Cork)
  • Software Demo: RLetters: Charles Pence (Notre Dame U) and Amy Ratelle (Ryerson U)
  • The Archive and Digital Humanities: “Shansi: Oberlin and Asia”: Anne Salsich (Oberlin C)
  • Can Putting Troilus and Criseydeinto a Database Aid Critical Study?: Charles Shirley (independent scholar)
  • Choose Your Own Edition: Digital Pedagogy, Game Studies, and Editing Theory: Amanda Visconti (U Maryland)
  • Unmasking the Translator: The Example of Yu Hua’s “To Live”: Rob Voigt (Stanford U)
  • How to Make a Digital Humanist: Robin Wharton (Georgia Tech)
  • Rethinking the Critical Edition: The ‘Editio Critica Electronica’ of Petrus Plaoul: Jeffrey Witt (Boston C)
  • Mapping Madrid: Digital Humanities as Literary Criticism: Ross Woods (Victoria U of Wellington)

 

2011

Lectures

  • Pierre Levy (U Ottawa), Malte Rehbein (U Wurzburg), Dean Irvine (Dalhousie U), Matthew Kirschenbaum (U Maryland)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Diane Jakacki and Cara Leitch)

  • Information Studies and Librarianship in a Digital (Humanities) World: Amelia Abreu (U Washington)
  • Project(ing) Process and Progress: Creating The Complete Works of Anne Wilkinson Digital Archive: Melissa Dalgleish (York U)
  • Visualizing Literary History: New Methods and Methodologies: Jana Smith Elford (U Alberta)
  • The Virtual Library: Literary Materiality and the Ruse of E-Books: Ben Gehrels (Simon Fraser U), Dean Irvine (Dalhousie U), Diane Jakacki (Georgia Tech)
  • Digital Humanities Archive Fever: Matthew Kirschenbaum (U Maryland)
  • Text Mining the Archive of American Slavery: Lauren Klein (City U New York), Corina Koolen (Leiden)
  • Walt Whitman in the 21stCentury: The Possibilities for Digital Scholarship: Ashley Lawson (U Nebraska, Lincoln)
  • Image Search: Towards an Open Digital Image Archive: Joel Legassie (U Victoria)
  • Topic Extraction from Digital Humanities Quarterly Collection: Ana Lucic (UIUC)
  • From PhD Research to Grant Application: Applying fro Funding to Enhance the Corpus of Irish Emigrant Correspondence (CIEC): Emma Moreton (U Birmingham), Brent Nelson (U Saskatchewan)
  • By Any Other Name: Keyword Classification in the RoSE Project: Julia Panko (U California, Santa Barbara)
  • Songs of the Victorians: A Hypermedia Archive of Musical Setting: Joanna Swafford (U Virginia)

 

2010

Lectures

  • Hugh Craig (Newcastle U), Susan Brown (U Guelph / U Alberta), Stéfan Sinclair (McMaster U), John Unsworth (U Illinois, Urbana Champaign), Katherine Walter (CDRH, U Nebraska-Lincoln)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Diane Jakacki and Cara Leitch)

  • From Typewriter to Digital Archive: The Collected Works of P.K. Page and the Digital Futures of Canadian Literature: Emily Ballantyne (Trent U), Jon Bath (U Saskatchewan)
  • A Midwife’s Tale in the Digital Age: Text Mining the Diary of Martha Ballard: Cameron Blevins (Stanford U)
  • Participating in the Bazaar: Sharing Code in the Digital Humanities: Jeremy Boggs (George Mason U)
  • What do Scholars Want? Of Collaboratories, Gender, and DH Evangelism: Susan Brown (U Guelph / U Alberta)
  • Streetprint Bratislava: Archiving and Describing Popular Print in the 21stCentury: David Buchanan (U Alberta)
  • Notes and Annotations: XML’ing the Folger Troilus and Cressida: Michael Choi (Western U)
  • He <said>, she <said> or no <said> at all? The Problematizing of Embedded Narrative in Extensible Mark-Up Language: Lauren Collier-Crawford (U Victoria), Angela Courtenay (Indiana U)
  • Curating as Research: Digital Humanities and the Study of Culture in Real-Time: Mike Frangos (U California, Santa Barbara)
  • Distributed Optical Music Recognition: Andrew Hankinson (McGill U)
  • An Analysis of Online Visual Representation and Research Methodology in Digital Humanities Scholarship: Jessica Jacobson-Konefall (U Winnipeg)
  • Collaborative Writing Practice and Stylistics Analysis in the Works of Martha Ostenso and Douglas Durkin: Hannah McGregor (U Guelph), Brent Nelson (U Saskatchewan)
  • Structured and Unstructured: Extracting Information from Classical Scholarly Texts: Matteo Romanello (King’s College, London)
  • Authoring and Designing Texts: The Relational Aesthetics of Collaborative Digital Scholarship: Jentery Sayers (U Washington)
  • Digital Narrative, Materiality and “You”:  Nested Consciousness in Interactive Fiction: Bridget Sweeney (U Victoria)
  • From Book History to Planetary Criticism: Reading American Literature in a Global Context using Geographical Information Systems: Jeremy Throne (U California, Santa Cruz), Claire Warwick (University College, London)

 

2009

Lectures

  • Robert Blake (U California, Davis), Donald Bruce (U Guelph), Daniel O’Donnell (U Lethbridge), Dot Porter (Dublin, DHO), Melissa Terras (University College, London)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar
Presentations (DHSI Colloquium organised with Diane Jakacki and Cara Leitch)

  • Trish Baer (U Victoria), Devin Becker (Indiana U), Michael Best (U Victoria), Robert Blake (U California, Davis), Tracy Boger (U Alberta), Donald Bruce (U Guelph), Alberto Campagnolo (University of the Arts, London), Anne Cong-Huyen (U California, Santa Barbara), Kristin Crandall (U New Brunswick), Marc Fortin (Queens U), Elizabeth Lorang (U Nebraska-Lincoln), John Lutz (U Victoria), Daniel O’Donnell (U Lethbridge), Piotr Organisciak (U Alberta), Dot Porter (Dublin, DHO), Lauralee Proudfoot (Trent U), Jentery Sayers (U Washington), Kristine Smitka (U Alberta), Vanessa Steinroetter (U Nebraska-Lincoln), Melissa Terras (University College, London), Meagan Timney (Dalhousie U), Elizabeth Vincelette (Old Dominion U)

 

2008

Lectures

  • Alan Liu (U California Santa Barbara), Margaret Conrad (U New Brunswick), Lisa Snyder (U California, Los Angeles), Michael Eberle-Sinatra (U Montréal), Geoffrey Rockwell (McMaster U)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations

  • Susan Brown (U Guelph / U Alberta), Claire Carlin (U Victoria), Lisa Charlong (U New Brunswick), Margaret Conrad (U New Brunswick), Michael Eberle-Sinatra (U Montréal), Michael Elkink (U Victoria), Alan Liu (U California, Santa Barbara), John Lutz (U Victoria), Geoffrey Rockwell (McMaster U), Lisa Snyder (U California, Los Angeles), Jennifer Whitney (U New Brunswick)

 

2007

Lectures

  • Chad Gaffield (U Ottawa, SSHRC), Hugh Craig (U Newcastle, NSW), France Martineau (U Ottawa), Matthew Driscoll (Arnamagnaean Institute, Copenhagen), David Hoover (New York U), William Bowen (U Toronto), Bertrand Gervais (UQAM), Ollivier Dyens (Concordia U)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations

  • Stewart Arneil (U Victoria), Michael Best (U Victoria), William Bowen (U Toronto), Claire Carlin (U Victoria), Richard Cunningham (Acadia U), Michael Eberle-Sinatra (U Montréal), Alan Galey (U Alberta), Rama Hoetzlein (U California, Santa Barbara), Janelle Jenstad (U Victoria), Kim Knight (U California, Santa Barbara), Milena Radzikowska (Mt. Royal C), Stan Ruecker (U Alberta), Susan Schreibman (U Maryland), Su Urbanczyk (U Victoria), Claire Warwick (University College, London)

 

2006

Lectures

  • Teresa Dobson (U British Columbia), Edrex Fontanilla (Brown U), Dominic Forest (UQAM), Alan Galey (Western U), David Gants (U New Brunswick), Sheila Petty (Regina U), Christian Vandendorpe (U
Ottawa)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations

  • Claire Carlin (U Victoria), Julia Flanders (Brown U), Alan Galey (U Western Ontario), Scott Gerrity (U Victoria), John Lutz (U Victoria), Stan Ruecker (U Alberta), Susan Schreibman (U Maryland), Ray Siemens (U Victoria), Claire Warwick (University College, London)

 

2005

Lectures

  • Greg Crane (Tufts U), David Hoover (New York U), Lorna Hughes (King’s College, London), Willard McCarty (King’s College, London), Stan Ruecker (U Alberta), Claire Warwick (University College, London)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations

  • Julia Flanders (Brown U), Alan Galey (U Western Ontario), Lorna Hughes (Kings College, London), David Robey (U Reading), Susan Schreibman (U Maryland), Matt Steggle (Sheffield Hallam U), and Claire Warwick (University College, London)

 

2004

Lectures

  • Julia Flanders (Brown U), Ian Lancashire (U Toronto), Aimée Morrison (U Waterloo), John Willinsky (U British Columbia), William Winder (U British Columbia)

Colloquium Talks and Seminar Presentations

  • William Bowen (U Toronto), Julia Flanders (Brown U), Ian Lancashire (U Toronto), Geoffrey Rockwell (McMaster U), Stéfan Sinclair (U Alberta), and John Willinsky (U British Columbia)

 

Pre-2004

  • series at Vancouver Island University, associated with the Centre for Digital Humanities Innovation