“Loud Silences in Digital Archives,” for the panel “Excavating Feminisms: Digital Humanities and Feminist Scholarship.” Digital Humanities Conference 2013. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, July 2013. – panel accepted but no travel funds
“How to Get Started in Digital Humanities,” MLA Pre-Conference Workshop (see agenda), Seattle (as pedagogy person on opening panel). January 5, 2012. My reflections on the break-out sessions on digital pedagogy
“A Supple Vocabulary for Digital Scholarly Editions” Talk. DH Centre, King’s College (UK). February 16, 2012. Details here; video of talk available here
“Buried in the Archives” Talk at University of Birmingham (UK). February 20, 2012
“A New Intensity of Feeling: Secretly Enjoying Ghosts, Banshees, and Derelict Lovers in Gothic Short Stories of British Literary Annuals,” Keynote on Gothic in the Literary Annuals (& some words on “doing the risky thing“), Studies in Gothic Fiction Conference. March 16 & 17, 2012.
“Doing the Risky Thing: Playing Around in Digital Humanities,” on Digital Pedagogy, Re:Humanities, Swarthmore College. March 28 & 29, 2012. Video & Storify of tweets
Visit to David Greetham’s course, “Meaning of Media,” The Graduate Center, CUNY. April 3, 2012.
“Blending Digital Pedagogy with Literary Studies” Workshop, University of Puget Sound (co-taught with Jentery Sayers). May 31 & June 1, 2012.
Co-Taught with Jentery Sayers, “Workshop on Digital Pedagogy in Literary Studies,” Simpson Center for the Humanities, University of Washington, Seattle. June 2, 2012
Co-Taught Course with Jentery Sayers & Diane Jakacki on Digital Pedagogy, Digital Humanities Summer Institute, University of Victoria. June 4-8, 2012. Resulting website with workshops & resoures.
“Original to Digital Surrogates: Using Rare Books in Student-Driven Digital Projects” (video) co-presented with Danelle Moon (Director, Special Collections, King Library, SJSU), Rare Book & Manuscript Pre-Conference Panel, “Future of Discussion and Outreach.” June 21, 2012.
“Digitizing our Feminist Selves: Remediating the ‘Archive’ with Feminist Digital Interventions,” public lecture 7:30-9:30pm, Humanities Institute, Scripps College, Claremont, California (Junior Fellows seminar followed on Oct 31).
“Echoes at our Peril: Small Feminist Archives in Big Digital Humanities,” Panel for “Digital Archives and Their Margins,” Co-Organized with Alan Galey, Bibliography & Textual Studies Discussion Group, MLA 2013 (based on Big Data blog post).
“It’s Not About the Tools: Weaving Digital Humanities into Literature Courses,” Digital Humanities Colloquium, Austin College, February 19-21, 2013.