Category: Presentations

A view of the map of locations in the full text of Jacob's Room, viewed from an angle that highlights the height of the warped peaks.

Mapping Woolf’s London with the Z-Axis Tool

I participated in a seminar on Modernist London and the Digital Map (organized by Stephen Ross, Katie Tanigawa, and Alex Christie, all from the University of Victoria) at the Modernist Studies…

Archival Practices at MLA

  I’m moderating the Archival Practices roundtable (#S709) this Sunday, 10 January, 8:30–9:45 a.m., 309, JW Marriott. The panel emerged from conversations with Christeene Alcosiba at the Rose Library,…

Network graph with many jellyfish-like clusters.

From Encoded Archival Description to Network Graphs

I am presenting a “snapshot” on my Portrait of a Collecting Strength project at the Digital Library Federation Forum in Vancouver today. Here is my presentation.  A Portrait of a…

This network graph (made with Gephi) visualizes connections among a selection of 20th century African American collections in MARBL.

Mapping Poetic Networks

I presented on networks of African American antifascist poetry from the 1930s and 1940s at the Global Lives of Poems seminar at ACLA at the end of March. I wanted to…

April 2nd Workshop on Open Journal Systems

Tonight I’m running a workshop on Open Journal Systems for students in the Interactive Technology & Pedagogy Core II course. Participants (or anyone interested) can find the google…

Painted plate with a portrait of a woman in the center of the plate.

Dinner Plates

I went to the Modernist Studies Association conference this August. It was at the University of Sussex, near Brighton. On the “Everydayness and the Spanish Civil War” panel,…

Don’t You Want to Be Free?

This past weekend, I went to Boston for the American Literature Association Conference. I presented a paper “Don’t You Want to Be Free?: Questions of Emancipation in 1930s…

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