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17 Nov 2011

11/29 MITH Digital Dialogue: Beth Bonsignore, Ann Fraistat, Kari Kraus, Amanda Visconti, “‘It’s not a game to me:’ ARGs, Game Design & Secret Agents in the Schoolroom”

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Tuesday, November 29, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135 "'It's not a game to me:' ARGs, Game Design & Secret Agents in the Schoolroom"  by BETH BONSIGNORE, ANN FRAISTAT, KARI KRAUS, AMANDA VISCONTI The Arcane Gallery of Gadgetry (AGOG) is a sort of narrative wunderkammer of an alternate reality game (ARG), a "cabinet of

10 Nov 2011

11/15 MITH Digital Dialogue: Beth Coleman, “Everything is Animated: Pervasive Media and the Networked Subject”

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Tuesday, November 15, 12:30-1:45PM NOTE LOCATION: Women's Studies Multimedia Studio, 0135 Taliaferro Hall, University of Maryland "Everything is Animated: Pervasive Media and the Networked Subject" by BETH COLEMAN In a world of pervasive media and ubiquitous computing, this talk asks what happens as everything (objects, subjects, and actions) moves toward animation across a network. How

3 Nov 2011

11/8 MITH Digital Dialogue: Peter Kay, “Thoughts on the Decline of the Book as Physical Object”

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Tuesday, November 8, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135 "Thoughts on the Decline of the Book as Physical Object" by PETER KAY The vanishing physical book provides a set of discovery, marketing and publicity (and not a few existential) challenges to trade publishers. As the book transitions from physical object to a licensed file

28 Oct 2011

11/1 MITH Digital Dialogue: Trevor Muñoz, “Learning on the Job: Data Curation by Humanists, Librarians, and the Public”

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Tuesday, November 1, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135 "Learning on the Job: Data Curation by Humanists, Librarians, and the Public" by TREVOR MUÑOZ The research environment within which professional humanists and librarians have been accustomed to working is being reshaped by both internal and external pressures. In different ways, scholars' debates about publishing,

20 Oct 2011

10/25 MITH Digital Dialogue: Rachel Frick, “Networked Macrosolutions: Library Peer-Sourced Collaborative Services”

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Tuesday, October 25, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135 "Networked Macrosolutions: Library Peer-Sourced Collaborative Services" by RACHEL FRICK Macrosolutions are shared global services that provide institutions with resources and solutions that have the opportunity to take advantage of networked enterprise-class scale. These types of services, which were once only locally provided, can now be

6 Oct 2011

10/11 MITH Digital Dialogue: Fred Gibbs, “Criticism in the Digital Humanities”

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Tuesday, October 11, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135 "Criticism in the Digital Humanities" by FRED GIBBS As the digital humanities community expands beyond its computing roots, and as humanistic inquiry and interpretation (as opposed to methodological novelty) feature more prominently in its projects, the boundaries between digital and analog humanities grow increasingly blurred

29 Sep 2011

10/4 MITH Digital Dialogue: Robert K. Nelson, “Hardtack and Software: Topic Modeling in Civil War Newspapers”

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Tuesday, October 4, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135 “Hardtack and Software: Topic Modeling in Civil War Newspapers” by ROBERT K. NELSON During the Civil War, newspaper editors in the Union and Confederacy were called upon to help motivate their male readers to die and to kill for their respective countries.  This presentation will

28 Sep 2011

10/04 MITH Digital Dialogue: Robert K. Nelson, “Hardtack and Software: Topic Modeling in Civil War Newspapers”

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Tuesday, October 4, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Seminar Room, McKeldin Library B0131 “Hardtack and Software: Topic Modeling in Civil War Newspapers” by ROBERT K. NELSON During the Civil War, newspaper editors in the Union and Confederacy were called upon to help motivate their male readers to die and to kill for their respective countries.  This presentation will

22 Sep 2011

9/27 MITH Digital Dialogue: David Mimno, “Computational Historiography in a Century of Classics Journals”

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Tuesday, September 27, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Seminar Room, McKeldin Library B0131 “Computational Historiography in a Century of Classics Journals” by DAVID MIMNO What do you do with a book? Until recently, this has not been a difficult question, but the creation of massive databases of digitized documents has begun to enable researchers to explore new possibilities.

14 Sep 2011

9/20 MITH Digital Dialogue: Aditi Muralidharan, “Large Scale Text Analysis in the Digital Humanities: Methods and Challenges”

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Tuesday, September 20, 12:30-1:45PM MITH Seminar Room, McKeldin Library B0131 "Large Scale Text Analysis in the Digital Humanities: Methods and Challenges" by ADITI MURALIDHARAN To tackle increasingly large digitized archives of text, the digital humanities community has responded with an avid interest in text mining and visualization. Everywhere one looks these days, computer scientists are