2:30    Introductions

2:40    Panel I: Archives

3:30    Panel II: Visualizations

4:25    Panel III: Digital Scholarship

5:10    Closing Discussion on Collaborations


Information about the Panels, Speakers, and Moderators

Panel I: Archives

This panel consists of scholars both building new archives straight to a digital format and the digital conversion of existing archives. Sites of exploration and concern include: copyright, community engagement, mobile technologies, and classroom pedagogy.

Moderator: Cristina Della Coletta, Dean of Arts & Humanities

Panel II: Visualizations

Visualizations can give new vitality to archival projects and large data collections. This panel considers abstract visualizations, creative mapping, and visual storytelling.

  • Laurel Dougherty, Library –  “Digitizing Archives—A Practitioners Perspective”
  • Michael Trigilio, Visual Arts –  “SESMI and T2ERU Collaboration and Experiential Digital Pedagogies”
  • Jorge Mariscal, Literature –  “California Farmworker History, UCSD, and Local Chicano Culture”
  • Julie Burelle, Theater & Dance – “Remembering Landscapes: Mapping an Aural Interactive Walking Archive at UCSD”
  • Clinton Tolley, Philosophy – “Philosophy Local Interactive (pli) and Digital Philosophy Lab (DPL)”
  • Sara Solaimani, Visual Arts – “Storylines TJ/SD”

Moderator: Liz Losh, Sixth College

Panel III: Digital Scholarship

Digital humanities offer a new mode through which to do scholarly work, including the opportunity to make new forms of argumentation impossible in a traditional book format. This panel explores the fringe of what is possible using digital tools.

Moderator: Brian Schottlaender, Library

Closing Discussion:

Collaboration is crucial to work in the digital humanities. This final discussion explores opportunities for collaboration both at UC San Diego and among other universities in the San Diego region.