On Sunday, October 1st, there will be an all-day conference at the Columbia University Butler Library called “Joyce in the Digital Age,” celebrating new computational approaches to the works of James Joyce. It will feature a keynote lecture from the Joycean editor Hans Walter Gabler, as well as presentations from scholars working on digital approaches to Joyce. Anyone interested in mapping, stylometry, data visualization, TEI XML, text analysis, or the works of James Joyce is encouraged to attend. Registration is free, and available through the RSVP link on the conference website:
Lunch will be provided. In the afternoon, we’ll host a short introduction to scholarly editing in TEI XML, and then participants will be invited to contribute to the open-source TEI XML scholarly editions of Ulyssesand Portrait.
GALLATIN TEACHING-WITH-TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM
Join us for a showcase of the innovative teaching and learning projects funded by Gallatin’s Teaching-with-Technology Grants, including augmented reality art, feminist technoscience projects, a sustainable model for Gallatin in the year 2061, a radio show, and an interactive walking tour app that reanimates the Lenape Trail.
The projects featured push the boundaries of learning spaces, foster student engagement, and expand the learning community into the public sphere. 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Building a Better Future Peder Anker, “Designing for New Climates: Histories of Adaptation” Cyd Cipolla, “Tinkering in Feminist Technoscience” 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm Technology, Arts, and Activism Noah Fuller, “Indigenous NYC” Trevor Jockims, “Poetics of Augmented Reality” Judith Sloan, “Talk to Me: Radio Stories in a Global City”
When we meet on 9/14 we will discuss several pieces that are challenging. They talk about the ways literary studies is changing given digital tools and social networking. Please also have a look at the digital archives/editions I’ve posted and feel free to bring in something in your own field to share, if you like.
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