Links to live feeds and recordings can be found at the bottom of each session description.


Friday April 6


Session Two                                                                                      11:30 – 12:45

The Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database Project: From Conceptual Design to Management

Chair: Caroline Bruzelius, Duke University

Part I: The Project Concept. Caroline Bruzelius, Duke University

Part II: Project Creation: Making Concept into Reality. John Taormina, Duke University

Part III: Project Management: Continued Consistency, and On-going Technological Changes. William Broom, Duke University


Session Three                                                                                           2:30 – 3:45

Centering Spenser:  A Digital Resource for Kilcolman Castle. A workshop in augmented reality.

Chair: Thomas Herron, East Carolina University

Thomas Herron, East Carolina University

Laurie Godwin, East Carolina University

Doug Barnum, East Carolina University



Plenary                                                                                                    4:00 – 5:30

Vaughn Stewart, UNC-Greensboro

“Teaching Literary Instability through E-books and Encoding”


Saturday April 7


Session Six                                                                                         2:30 – 3:45

Digital Publishing and the Archive

Chair: Astrid Giugni, Duke University

“Louise Labé and Authorship Attribution.” Kristen Foote, UNC-Chapel Hill

“‘Real’ Publications: The Intersection of Digital Humanities and Scholarly Reality.” Bryce Gessell, Duke University

Beowulf and the Present State of the Digital Archive: The Rhetoric of Ownership and Manuscript Studies in the Early 21st Century.” Matthew Higgins, Georgia State University


Plenary                                                                                              4:00 – 5:30

Cheryl Ball, Wayne State University

“Key Questions for Creating and Sustaining Digital Humanities Projects”