Schedule for Re:Hum ’13

DAY ONE: Thursday, April 4th

All events at Bryn Mawr College.

4:30 p.m.
Thomas Great Hall

A Feminist in a Software Lab

Tara McPherson, Associate Professor, Gender Studies and Critical Studies, University of Southern California; Editor,VECTORS: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular


5:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m
Thomas Great Hall


Snow White and the Seven iPads
Elena Johnson, Greta Jenkins, and Amelia Arnold, Bryn Mawr College

iHershey Tour: A guided Tour of Hershey, Pennsylvania in the Industrial Age
Megan Keller, Messiah College

Early Novels Database
Catherine Park and Ben Ellentuck, Swarthmore College

The Portal Exhibition: Ethics, Colonial Photographs, and Prezi
Aaron Maddow, Haverford College

#OccupyTwitter: Judging Authorship and Ownership of Digital Utterances
Connor J. Hafertepe, Temple University

From the Berlin Wall to the Facebook Wall: Activist Art and Berlin’s Evolving Public Sphere
Max Nesterak, Swarthmore College

Colleen Dente, Messiah College

Who Killed Sarah Stout?: Bringing a 17th Century Murder Trial to Life
Rose Abernathy and Mary Clare O’Donnell, Haverford College

POGIL in Computer Science
Besan Abu Radwan, Haverford College

Visualizing the Novel: Transposition of Text to Image
Clint Mullins, Connecticut College


DAY TWO: Friday, April 5th

All events at Bryn Mawr College.

9:30 a.m.
Dalton 300


9:35 a.m.

Session #1

Co-Creation of Generative Spaces
Mirella Deocadiz and Hema Surendrenathan, Bryn Mawr College

Memes, Distant Reading and Finnegans Wake
Thomas J. Murphy, Northeastern

Mapping Before the Address: 18th Century Boston
Lucas Rossi & Becca Giles, Carleton College

10:45 a.m.


11:00 a.m.
Dalton 300

Session #2

Attempting to model Interactive Narrative from Historical Author to Historical Player
Michael C Marchetti, Temple University

Three Dimensional Modeling in Archaeological Interpretation.
Maxwell Lopez, Hamilton College

Oral History In The Digital Age: Audio and Spoken Narratives Cultivating Historical Skills with Social Media: An Experiment in Translingual
Lois Rosson & Morgan Brown, University of California, Santa Cruz

1:00 p.m.
Thomas 110

Undergraduate Research in the Spatial Humanities:Theories & Methods in the Soweto Historical GIS (SHGIS) Project

Angel David Nieves, Associate Professor at Hamilton College,  Co-Director the Digital Humanities initiative (DHi), and Director of the American Studies Program.


2:00 p.m.
Thomas Great Hall

Game Jam Workshop with The Learning Games Network

With Michael Suen, Middlebury College ’11 & Re:Hum ’10 & Adam Mandeville, Vassar College ’11

3:30 p.m.
Thomas Great Hall

Concluding Conversation



Supported by the Tri-College Digital Humanities Initiative, the Learning Games Network, and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities