Schedule

Thursday, April 3

3:00pm Registration
Sharpless Lobby Rotunda, Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center (KINSC)

4:00pm Welcome
Sharpless Auditorium, KINSC

4:30pm “The Political Power of Play” – Keynote Lecture with Adeline Koh, Director of DH@Stockton, Assistant Professor of Literature at Richard Stockton College, and co-founder of #DHPoco
Sharpless Auditorium, KINSC

6:00pm – 7:30pm: Poster Presentations & Reception
Zubrow Commons, KINSC

Narrative and Gameplay: Adapting Physical Narratives to a Digital Medium 
Hannah Weissmann, Haverford College

A Postcolonial ‘Distant Reading’ of 18th and 19th Century Anglophone Literature
Mae Capozzi, Skidmore College

Designing Dialogue: Exploring Conversations in Games
Daniel Fries, Haverford College

A Desktop Application for the Creation of GPS-based Audio Tour iPhone Apps
Gavriella Levy Haskell, Smith College

Digitalization of the Vercelli mappamundi: Analyzing spatial perspective through the use of GIS technology
Elizabeth Wicks, The University of Mississippi

Get Sleazy with Ke$ha: Becoming Cyborg in Postfeminist Popular Culture
Julia Hunter, Haverford College

An Algorithm for Serendipity: An Inquiry of Online Dating for Emotional Beings in a Digital Age
Shireen Saxena, Bryn Mawr College

The American Prison Writing Archive
Matthew Hennigar, Hamilton College

Imagining the Straight(?) Gate: Messiah, Utopia, and Queer Internet Parody
Benjamin Bernard-Herman and Dylan Hillerbrand, Swarthmore College

A Textual Network: Recontextualizing Amy Matilda Cassey’s Friendship Album for a Digital Readership
McCleary Philbin, Richard Scott, and Zac Wunrow, Swarthmore College

Newbook Digital Texts in the Humanities: The Joseph Mathia Svoboda Diaries
Tessa Carter, Kelsie Haakenson, and Rachel Schlotfeldt, University of Washington

Friday, April 4

8:30am Breakfast
Stokes 102

9:30am Presentations Group #1
Stokes 102

Digital Taste and Archive Fever: The Index, the Interface, and the Politics of Information Culture
Sierra Eckert, Swarthmore College

The Lightning of Possible Storms: Critical Theory, Interactive Fiction, and the Pedagogy of Narrative Ludology in Bioshock Infinite
Marissa Koors, Emerson College

Poetry as a Complex System
Bronwen Hudson, The University of Vermont

Urban Manipulations, Global Insinuations
Seth Kolker, Yale University

10:45am Break

11:00am Presentations Group #2
Stokes 102

Human Condition in the Age of Big Data
Jared Rankin, Bard College

Confessional Texts in New Media
Hema Surendranathan and Archana Kaku, Bryn Mawr College

Trauma, Enslavement, Embodiment, and Freedom: A New Media Approach to Narratives of Enslavement
Elizabeth Alexander, Amherst College

12:00pm Lunch
Stokes 106 Multicultural Center

1:15pm “Humanist Design” – Keynote Lecture with Mary Flanagan, author of Critical Play and the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities at Dartmouth College
Stokes 102

2:30pm – 3:15pm: Concluding Conversation
Stokes 102