Presentations and Publications

  • MLA 2014 “Getting Starting with DH” and “Evaluating Digital Scholarship” I am at MLA 2014 teaching a workshop on “Digital Mapping and Augmented Reality” for DHCommons. Slides here. I am also convening a workshop for the MLA Committee on Information Technology on “Evaluating Digital Scholarship: Candidate Success Stories.” This is my last year on the committee but I hope to continue to work on these ...
  • ACM SIGGRAPH July 2013 – XYZN: Scale Gallery I organized the XYZN: Scale gallery at the ACM SIGGRAPH conference held in Anaheim CA in July. The catalog is published as part of a special issue of MIT’s Leonardo. Check out the Promo Video for the gallery as well as the Media Tour I did after it was set up!  
  • Summer Visualizing Venice Workshops In June 2013 I co-taught a workshop on historical and cultural visualization techniques for an international set of graduate students interested in art, architectural, and urban history. (We also did a workshop in 2012 on the Waters of Venice.) Our final projects were presented as video, interactive timelines, websites, and augmented reality installations. Check out the Ghetto ...
  • Google Glass My little tweet got picked for Google Glass! I will be trying the system out this summer and bringing to Venice in Fall 2013 to experiment with it as an augmented reality device. More soon as I find out what it can do. Update: putting some observations online at http://glasshappy.net.
  • Psychasthenia 2 The collaborative computer-games driven art project, Psychasthenia 2, will be presented as an installation at the New Media Currents 2013 exhibition in Sante Fe, NM from June 14 – 30, 2013. We have set up a little “treatment room” for our clients to enter when they interact with the project. I am especially proud of ...
  • FHI GreaterThanGames Lab Ending Spring 2013 After two years, Tim Lenoir, Kate Hayles and I are wrapping up the FHI GreaterThanGames: Transmedia Applications, Virtual Worlds, and Digital Storytelling Lab. This lab was a temporary formation designed to jump-start collaborations across various groups and disciplinary boundaries. Please see our GTG web archive for more info on our work.  Thanks to everyone who ...
  • Innerspace Adventure My collaborator Joyce Rudinsky and I put together an augmented reality experience for the College Art Association conference  in NYC, which took place in February 2013. This project is set in the New York Hilton, and mimics a text adventure in its simple branching structure. It is activated from a image released at the conference ...
  • MLA 2012 – “Digital Humanities versus New Media” AT MLA 2012 I’ll be presenting on a panel I organized called Digital Humanities versus New Media. The topic of my presentation is “Digital Humanities Authorship as the Object of New Media Studies.” (See also Stanley Fish’s recent NYT Opinionator piece that mentions our session.) I’ll also be helping with the pre-conference session on Evaluating Digital ...
  • HASTAC V Presentation on Digital Scholarly Communication Digital Scholarly Communication – Notes from the Wired! Lab for Digital Historical Visualization, HASTAC V Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, December 02, 2011. Panel presentation with Mark Olson, Elizabeth Baltes, and Erica Sherman in Ann Arbor, MI. My part of the talk is represented by slides 13-16 in the slidedeck from our panel (PDF).
  • Historical GIS and Digital Humanities: A Conversation at the Intersection Recent event at UNC-Chapel Hill: HGIS Carolina Presents: Historical GIS and the Digital Humanities: A Conversation at the Intersection Friday, November 18, 2011 2PM, Davis 214 (Davis Library on UNC-CH Campus) Panelists: Victoria Szabo (Duke) Richard Marciano (UNC) Pam Lach (UNC) Moderator: Susanna Lee (NC State) “This will be the event of the year for historical GIS and digital humanities scholars around the Triangle!” More info at ...
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