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International Studies/Digital Humanities Symposium


Preliminary program (last updated 2/22/18)

Noon-1:15 PM | Building 58W/Room 3703

Intersections between International Studies and Digital Humanities. A panel discussion featuring Dr. Crystal Andrea Felima, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Caribbean Studies Data Curation, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida; Dr. Josh Gellers, assistant professor of political science, University of North Florida; Dr. Hélène Huet, European studies librarian, University of Florida/vice–chair, Florida Digital Humanities Consortium; Dr. Barry Mauer, associate professor of English/director, Texts and Technology Ph.D. program, University of Central Florida; and Dr. Tiffany Earley–Spadoni, assistant professor of history, University of Central Florida

 

 

1:30-2:45 PM | Building 58W/Rooms 3804-3806

Digital Projects Showcase. An interactive exhibit of projects that are international in nature, or that involve objectives or methodologies of relevance to the field of International Studies.  

Project Presentations

  1. coloniaLab: Spring 2018 Update on Collaborators and Projects. Dr. Clayton McCarl, UNF associate professor of Spanish; Ali Alsalman, graduate student, UNF Master of Arts in International Affairs; Kathlina Brady, UNF political science/Spanish major; Teri Pepitone, UNF international studies/Spanish major; Victoria Richter, UNF Spanish major
  2. The Deaf Experience Revealed: Photovoice. Kaitlynn Himmelreich, UNF Deaf education/international studies dual degree student
  3. Digging into Human Rights Documents. Dr. Karthikeyan Umapathy, UNF associate professor of information systems
  4. Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection: Spring 2018 Update. Susan Williams, UNF history major
  5. Embroidering for Peace and Justice Digital Archive. Dr. Constanza López, UNF associate professor of Spanish; Rebecca Weiner, UNF international studies/philosophy major
  6. Grenada National Museum’s Amerindian Online Exhibit. Brittany Mistretta, Ph.D. student, University of Florida Anthropology Doctoral Program
  7. Infinite Armenias. Dr. Tiffany Earley–Spadoni, assistant professor of history, University of Central Florida; Travis Corwin, UCF anthropology /history major
  8. Mapping Constitutional Environmental Rights using the Enviro Rights Map. Trevor J. Cheatham, graduate student, UNF Master of Arts in International Affairs 
  9. Mapping International Metal. Sarah Redlhammer, UNF international studies/vocal performance major 
  10. Oral History of Jacksonville’s Historically Black Religious Communities. Imani Phillips, graduate student, UNF Master of Arts in History
  11. Reviving the Archives: Sharing UNF LGBT Resource Center History. Kaitlin Legg, director of the UNF LGBT Resource Center
  12. Beyond the Stereotypes: Autism Explained by Individuals with ASD at UNF. Tara Rowe, THRIVE assistant director; Jessica Harden, coordinator of educational media, CIRT; Tyler Charles, UNF psychology graduate (2017)
  13. ster·e·o·type. Ricder Ricardo, UNF art and design major 
  14. UNF Pilgrimage Project. Dr. David Sheffler, associate professor and chair, Department of History; Michael Boyles, coordinator of graphic design, Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT)
  15. Visualizing Refugee Jacksonville. Natalie Holland, UNF international studies major; Sarah Lynch, UNF international studies/Spanish major; Chris Wilson, UNF international studies graduate (2017)
  16. Voces y Caras: Hispanic Communities of North Florida. Dr. Constanza López, associate professor of Spanish; Nicole Mills, UNF criminal justice/Spanish major


Informational Tables

  1. Texts and Technology PhD Program, University of Central Florida
  2. Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT), University of North Florida
  3. Minor in Digital Humanities, University of North Florida

3:00–4:00 PM | Online Learning Laboratory, Building 10/Room 1102
Opportunities for statewide collaboration on Digital Humanities endeavors. An open conversation about future possibilities.

 

 

Please register to help us estimate attendance.

 

For complete visitor parking information, see the UNF Parking Services websiteBasically, you can park in any space in a Blue or Gray surface lot or on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th floors of either the Arena or Fine Arts Center parking garages. Park nose-in and make a record of your license plate number. Then go to the nearest kiosk and pay the $5 daily parking fee. (A $2 daily permit also exists, but only allows you to park in the gray surface lots.) The Student Union is adjacent to the Arena Parking Garage, and on a Friday, there should be plenty of space, so we would recommend you park on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th floor of that structure.

 

For more information, contact Dr. Clayton McCarl.

 

This event is cosponsored by the UNF International Studies Program, the UNF Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI), and the UNF Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT). Our thanks to Michael Boyles of CIRT for designing our poster, and to Jess Harden of CIRT for logistical support and advice. Julia Rivera-Whalen, HASTAC Scholar and UNF anthropology/international studies major, has assisted in the organization of this event.

 

2018 CFP (closed 2/16/18)

 

PDF of event poster