[Humanist] 29.817 events: visualisation; HASTAC

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 817.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Katina Rogers <krogers at gc.cuny.edu>                       (49)
        Subject: HASTAC 2016 - Early Registration Ends Today

  [2]   From:    Elisabeth Henriette Meijer <E.H.Meijer at PGR.READING.AC.UK>  (9)
        Subject: FInal call: Digital Visualisation Colloquium, University of

        Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2016 13:50:59 -0400
        From: Katina Rogers <krogers at gc.cuny.edu>
        Subject: HASTAC 2016 - Early Registration Ends Today

Hello everyone,

Early registration for HASTAC 2016 ends today, so if you're planning to
attend, please register now! There's also a terrific student poster
competition with cash prizes.  Details are below.


Katina Rogers, Ph.D.
Deputy Director, The Futures Initiative
The Graduate Center
City University of New York


HASTAC 2016 - Early Registration Ends Friday, March 25
May 11-15, 2016 | Tempe, AZ
hastac2016.org | #HASTAC16

Impact: Variation, Innovation, Action
Striving for Impact: How can interdisciplinary research in humanities,
arts, and technology have greater exchange with public and non-academic
communities? HASTAC's 2016 conference seeks to emphasize and encourage
broader conversations about the past, current, and potential impact of
interdisciplinary work in research and education. What new institutional or
research configurations are available, or urgently necessary?

Speakers include Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University and
author of Designing the New American University; Liza Potts, Director of
Writing, Information, and Digital Experience (WIDE) Center at Michigan
State University; and Gary Dirks, Directory of the Julie Ann Wrigley School
for Sustainability at Arizona State University.  Draft schedule posted at

HASTAC 2016 features a non-traditional mix of both papers and more
interactive formats, with presenters  of the latter being encouraged to be
as creative as possible.  The schedule includes five tracks, each with
Birds of a Feather sessions, Interactive Sessions, and long and short paper

Conference tracks include:
- Archives and Collections
- Arts and Media
- Innovative Pedagogy
- Digital Humanities
- Culture and Ethics

Register at www.regonline.com/HASTAC2016. Early Registration ends March 25:
Faculty & Full Time Employees: $200.00
Students & Part Time Employees: $100.00

New Call for #HASTAC16 Student Poster Competition!

Print posters (4 x 3’) are solicited for a competition designed to showcase
emerging projects, ideas, and scholars. For more information, please see
hastac2016.org. Please submit your poster proposal (250 word abstract that
responds to the conference theme of IMPACT) by March 31 via
http://goo.gl/forms/OJk2pqlcho. First through third place will receive cash

        Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2016 20:39:35 +0000
        From: Elisabeth Henriette Meijer <E.H.Meijer at PGR.READING.AC.UK>
        Subject: FInal call: Digital Visualisation Colloquium, University of Reading
        In-Reply-To: <AM4PR01MB1507607DD0324BA3D8A51488CE8E0 at AM4PR01MB1507.eurprd01.prod.exchangelabs.com>

We are hosting a colloquium on digital visualisation in the humanities at the University of Reading, UK on March 31st, funded by the British Academy's Rising Star Engagement Award scheme.

Speakers include:

Prof James Packer - creator with Gil Gorski of a new digital model of the Roman Forum<http://www.cambridge.org/cr/academic/subjects/archaeology/classical-archaeology/roman-forum-reconstruction-and-architectural-guide>

Tayfun Oner - creator of digital models of Byzantium<http://www.byzantium1200.com> and Babylon http://www.kadingirra.com

Patrick Gibbs of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture <http://www.christianityandculture.org.uk>, York

... and a range of speakers from the UK, Sweden, Italy, and Cyprus, discussing a variety of academic and commercial reconstruction and visualisation projects.

We will leave time for plenary discussion, and for demonstrations/displays of visualisation projects. If you are a researcher, student, professional, or aficionado of digital visualisation in any humanities context we would love to see you there. Lunch provided.

Please click the link for  the current Draft programme<http://blogs.reading.ac.uk/virtual-rome/files/2016/01/Draft-programme.pdf> (and NB that this may be subject to a change or two).

All welcome: please contact Elisabeth Meijer (e.h.meijer at pgr.reading.ac.uk) if you would like to come.

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