Thursday, March 29
4:30 pm “Teaching and Learning as Making: Repurposing Social Media Spaces”| Kohlberg 116, Swarthmore College
Alexandra Juhasz, of Pitzer College, author of Learning from Youtube
Friday, March 30
9:00am Undergraduate Presentation I | LPAC 301, Swarthmore College
Undergrad digital humanists present on topics ranging from “Mapping Soweto: Collaborative Historical GIS” to “Design for Digital Humanists.”
10:15-11:15am Undergraduate Presentation II | LPAC 301, Swarthmore College
Undergrad digital humanists present on topics ranging from “Viral Art for a Digital Public” to “Toppling the Ivory Tower: Dissecting the Monuments of 19th Century Paris in the Digital Age.”
11:30- 12:30 -Undergraduate Poster Session| Science Commons, Parrish, Swarthmore College
The session will feature undergrad digital humanists presenting on a range of projects from “The Stockton Postcolonial Studies Project: Translating Postcolonial Studies into Digital Media” to “Designs of Meaning” which considers new modes and materialities for constructing narratives.
1:15 pm “Doing the Risky Thing: Playing Around in Digital Humanities” | Kohlberg 116, Swarthmore College
Katherine D. Harris, San Jose State University, author of “TechnoRomanticism: Creating Digital Editions in an Undergraduate Classroom”
2:30 pm Undergrad 2.0: Changing the role of the Undergraduate |Kohlberg 116, Swarthmore College
Want to think about what it might mean to produce a digital-born thesis? Worried about your post-grad access to JSTOR? Think undergrads should have a leading voice in the future and transformation of Higher Ed? Join us for a conversation on the possibilities and challenges of living in a networked world and producing digital scholarship.