Digital Kiksht

Micah Stupak and Garret Voorhees
Rochester Institute of Technology
Panel: “Finding the Words: The Digital Linguistics Database”

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 Speakers
Christine DeLucia Claudia Scala Schlessman Eugenia Kelbert Garret Voorhees Heather F. Ball Hilary Menges Jessica Weare Joseph Yannielli Julia Mansfield Julie Meloni Laila Shereen Sakr Lauren Gutterman Lauren Klein Micah Stupak Molly Dolan Paulina Bounds Rachael Sullivan Scott Nesbit Scott Spillman Sean Morton Sebastian Lecourt Shane Landrum Sharon Teague Simon Wiles (魏希明) Stewart Campbell T. Austin Graham Taylor Spence
 Talks
Accessing Wills: MS Access as a Tool for Historians Camera, Laptop, and What Else?: Hacking Better Tools for the Short Archival Research Trip Closing Roundtable Dickinson Meets DoubleClick: Remediating Poetry Digital Kiksht Digital Resources and Buddhist Studies: the Buddhist Authority Databases Project Eugène Atget and the Digital Archive Keynote Address Large-Scale Digital Audio Archiving Layers of the Past: GIS, Social Process, and Contingency in Historical Mapping Mapping Eighteenth-Century Intellectual Networks On Implementing the Digital Form: an Arabic-English Web-based Archive OutHistory.org: An Experiment in LGBTQ Community History-Making The Alternate Medieval Medium: Experiencing Medieval Manuscripts through Digital Technologies The Dark Tide: Digital Preservation, Interpretive Loss, and the Google Books Project The Digitized Blues: Listening to Langston Hughes in the Age of the Online Sound Archive The Future is Now: Sustainability, Preservation, and Ongoing Access to Humanities Data The Keyword Historian: Adventures in the Digital Archives The Scholar as Archivist: A Case Study in Negotiating the Borders between Description and Analysis Toward a Realization of the n-Dimensional Text Towards an Ethics of Online Research: Accounting for Absence in the Jefferson Digital Archive University Library Book Acquisitions Policies in an Electronic Age What is a Tag: Digital Artifacts as Hermeneutical Devices