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Past Schedule: 2014

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Network Detroit 2014, September 26th

Museum Plenary (Mary E. Marburger Science and Engineering Auditorium in Arts and Sciences Building)

Moderator: Melinda Weinstein (LTU Humanities)

  • The Henry Ford Museum
  • The Detroit Historical Society
  • Arab American National Museum

Panel I:  Detroit Cartographies (Management Building M212)
Moderator: Abigail Heiniger (LTU Humanities)

  • Peter Leonard, Yale University, “Ghost Streets of Detroit: Towards an Online Historical Gazetteer of the Motor City.”
  • C. Alex B. Hill  Wayne State University, “Archiving Cartography as Method to Understand Detroit’s Present and Future.”
  • Kim Lacey, Saginaw Valley State University, “’Detroit is a Shithole’: Matthew Barney and the City.”

Panel II:  Digital Archiving (Management Building M213)
Moderator: Cathy Phillips (LTU Library)

  • Harmony Bench, The Ohio State University, “Scratching the Surface: Building Big Data in a Dance Context: What is the significance of the digital humanities for performing arts historians?”
  • Randal Baier, Eastern Michigan University, “Processing the Living Archive: Digital Media in the Mountains of West Java, Indonesia.”
  • Ethan Watrall, Michigan State University, “msu.seu: A Model for Mobile Public Heritage and Archaeology.”

Panel III:  Scholarly Publishing (Management Building M211)
Moderator: Jason Barrett (LTU Humanities)

  • Arjun Sabharwal, University of Toledo, “Digital Biography: Intertextuality, New Media, and Curating Lives Online.”
  • Evan Weaks, Fernandez & Associates, LLP, “Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Digital Technology.”
  • Dean Rehberger, Michigan State University, “Reimagining Scholarly Publishing and the Public Philosophy Journal.”

Panel IV:  WSU Digital Collections Platform (Management Building M208)
Moderator: Natalie Zebula (LTU Library)

  • Amelia Mowry, Wayne State University Libraries, “Wayne State University Libraries Digital Collections Platform: A New Home for Research on Detroit.”
  • Joshua Neds-Fox, Wayne State University Libraries, “Wayne State University Libraries Digital Collections Platform: A New Home for Research on Detroit.”
  • Graham Hukill, Wayne State University Libraries, “Wayne State University Libraries Digital Collections Platform: A New Home for Research on Detroit.”
  • Cole Hudson, Wayne State University Libraries, “Wayne State University Libraries Digital Collections Platform: A New Home for Research on Detroit.”

Panel V: Digital Pedagogy (Management Building M213)
Moderator: Nawal Abbas (LTU Humanities)

  • Sarah Rescoe and Marija Franetovic, Lawrence Tech University, “Digital Pedagogy, Interdisciplinarity, Project-based Learning: The Path to a Global Learner.”
  • Melinda Weinstein, Lawrence Tech University, “From STEM to STEAM: A Research-based computer approach to art history.”
  • William Pannapacker, Hope College, “A Report on the GLCA’s Digital Liberal Arts Initiative”

Panel VI:  Ethnic Layers of Detroit Project (Management Building M208)
Moderator: Paul Jaussen (LTU Humanities)

  • Sangeetha Gopalakrishnan, Wayne State University, “On the Urban Research Frontier: Documenting the Ethnic Layers of Detroit.”
  • Alina Klin, Wayne State University, “On the Urban Research Frontier: Documenting the Ethnic Layers of Detroit.”
  • Laura Kline, Wayne State University, “On the Urban Research Frontier: Documenting the Ethnic Layers of Detroit.”
  • Julie Koehler, Wayne State University, “On the Urban Research Frontier: Documenting the Ethnic Layers of Detroit.”
  • Felecia Lucht, Wayne State University, “On the Urban Research Frontier: Documenting the Ethnic Layers of Detroit.”
  • Krysta Ryzewski, Wayne State University, “On the Urban Research Frontier: Documenting the Ethnic Layers of Detroit.”

Panel VII:  Journalism and Screen Studies (Management Building M213)
Moderator: Marija Franetovic (LTU elearning)

  • Jennifer Proctor, UM Dearborn, “Ashes to Ashes: Death, Detroit, and Digital Decay.”
  • Carolyn Kraus, UM Dearborn, “Ashes to Ashes: Death, Detroit, and Digital Decay.”
  • Tim Kiska, UM Dearborn, “Ashes to Ashes: Death, Detroit, and Digital Decay.”

Steven E. Jones, Loyola University Chicago, “The Eversion of the Network and the Emergence of the Digital Humanities”