Schedule

2010-11 Schedule

Events that are open to the public are marked * and underlined.

Thursday, November 11

4:30 pm – Keynote Lecture: The Future of Authorship: Scholarly Writing in the Digital Age *
Kathleen Fitzpatrick,  Pomona College, author of Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy
Sharpless Auditorium, Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center, Haverford College

6:00 pm – Symposium Introduction with Attendees
Humanities Center Seminar Room, Stokes 102

7:00pm - Dinner
Haverford College Dining Center

Friday, November 12

9:30 am – Attendee Presentations
Humanities Center Seminar Room, Stokes 102

10:45 am – Coffee Break

11:15 am – Attendee Presentations part II

12:00 – Lunch
CPGC Cafe, Stokes 104

1:15 pm“Humanities Research Methods from 1860 to 2060″ *
Amanda French, THATCamp Coordinator at the Center for History and New Media, named by Chronicle of Higher Education in April 2009 as one of “10 High Fliers on Twitter”
Humanities Center Seminar Room, Stokes 102

2:30 pm – Concluding Conversation – Towards an Undergraduate Digital Humanities Manifesto *
Humanities Center Seminar Room, Stokes 102

4:30 pm – Closing Reception *
CPGC Cafe, Stokes 104