Program

29-30 September 2011
Venue: Council Room

29 September

2pm-5pm

Co-moderation Brendan Dooley (UCC) and Shawn Day (Digital Humanities Observatory)

Introductory Remarks: Brendan Dooley, Shawn Day

Project Slam Participants:

Beatrix Faerber
Jason Harris &Emer Purcell
Cronan O’Doibhlin
Sinead Luttrell
Fiona Chambers
James Cronin
Cliona O’Carroll

Discussion

Digital Arts and Humanities Degree Program Fellows Poster Presentations

Sarah Goek
Rachel Murphy
James O’Sullivan
Jack Murray
Sara Wentworth
Rachel Deloughery
Christopher Kudella
Elena Granuzzo
Mary Galvin
Gorgio Guzzetta

Discussion

30 September

930am-noon MORNING SESSION

Co-Chairs: Brendan Dooley, Orla Murphy

Introduction:

Andrew Prescott
Professor in the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/ddh
Paper:  “An Electric Current of the Imagination’: What the Digital Humanities Are and What They Might Become”

Discussion

Graeme Earl
Archaeological Computing Research Group
http://www.southampton.ac.uk/archaeology/profiles/earl.html

Discussion

12:30-2pm LUNCH BREAK

2-6pm AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Co-Chairs: Brendan Dooley, Mike Cosgrave

Session 1, 2pm-3pm

Introduction:

Julianne Nyhan
Lecturer in the Digital Information Studies, University College London
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/infostudies/julianne-nyhan

Paper: “Digital Research Infrastructures at the National and pan-European level: pressing questions and possible roles for Digital Humanities.”

Discussion

Session 2, 3pm-4pm

Introduction

Alessio Assonitis
Research Director, Medici Archive Project, Florence
http://www.medici.org/staff/dr-alessio-assonitis
Paper:  “The Future of the Medici

Break  4pm-4.30pm

Closing 5pm-5.30pm

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