[Humanist] 30.418 events: personal archiving; disciplinarities

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 418.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    "Barness, Jessica" <jbarness at kent.edu>                    (28)
        Subject: CFP - Converge: Disciplinarities and Digital Scholarship

  [2]   From:    Glen Worthey <gworthey at stanford.edu>                      (30)
        Subject: Call for Proposals: Personal Digital Archiving 2017 (Palo
                Alto, CA)


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        Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2016 15:18:07 +0000
        From: "Barness, Jessica" <jbarness at kent.edu>
        Subject: CFP - Converge: Disciplinarities and Digital Scholarship


Call for participation

Converge: Disciplinarities and Digital Scholarship
AIGA Design Educators Conference
June 1-3, 2017
School of Cinematic Arts (SCA), University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Proposal Deadline: January 15, 2017
Download full CFP at http://converge.aiga.org http://converge.aiga.org/

For design educators and scholars, the potential to traverse cross-/multi-/inter-/trans- disciplinary lines is boundless, and opportunities for these convergences have perhaps never been so prevalent. Of particular relevance to design is digital scholarship, which has been defined as "the use of digital evidence and method, digital authoring, digital publishing, digital curation and preservation, and digital use and reuse of scholarship" (Rumsey, 2011). Each of these activities involves design to some degree. Further, many of the concerns of the field of design are interdisciplinary, and converge with those in the humanities and STEM fields, in theory and practice. All three fields are engaged with critical forms of making to facilitate understanding, explore emerging technologies, and communicate information visually. While all of this bodes well for designers and design educators, we still face challenges regarding how to form, structure and maintain collaborations.

Converge: Disciplinarities and Digital Scholarship encourages design educators, design researchers, and designers to take advantage of opportunities in digital scholarship, learn how to collaborate on interdisciplinary projects, and find new intersections within their existing research trajectories. This will help us to work together to redefine what it means to be a designer and a design researcher today.

We seek a variety of proposals related to the intersection of design and digital scholarship. How can design converge with digital scholarship in more than a superficial way? How might aspects of digital scholarship impact design research? What are the key questions at the intersection of design and the humanities? Other possible topics:

* the role of design in generating new knowledge
* design and new forms of scholarly communication
* speculative design and humanistic inquiry
* designing tools for thinking
* case studies of successful (or unsuccessful!) collaborations
* design and visualization
* the intersection of critical making and design

...
Jessica Barness, MFA
Assistant Professor

School of Visual Communication Design
Kent State University
216A Art Building, P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242
jbarness at kent.edu
330 672 8287
jessicabarness.com http://jessicabarness.com/
 http://www.kent.edu/vcd/index.cfm vcd.kent.edu http://www.kent.edu/vcd



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        Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2016 14:34:36 -0700
        From: Glen Worthey <gworthey at stanford.edu>
        Subject: Call for Proposals: Personal Digital Archiving 2017 (Palo Alto, CA)
        In-Reply-To: <SN1PR0201MB151980FEF7BC2EE57579C0FFAEDE0 at SN1PR0201MB1519.namprd02.prod.outlook.com>


Call for Proposals: Personal Digital Archiving 2017 in Palo Alto, CA

Colleagues,

The program committee now seeks proposals for Personal Digital Archiving 
(PDA) 2017, which will be hosted by Stanford University Libraries in 
Palo Alto, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley and a short 
commuter train ride to San Francisco, from 29-31 March, 2017 
<x-apple-data-detectors://0>.

The proposal deadline has been extended to *24 November 2016 
<x-apple-data-detectors://1>.*

PDA 2017 will showcase current and emerging scholarship on personal 
digital archiving and personal information management, as well as 
exciting and innovative projects and programs. More information about 
PDA 2017 can be found here: 
https://library.stanford.edu/projects/personal-digital-archiving-2017

The program committee seeks proposals for presentations, 
panels, lightning talks, posters (including demos), and workshops.

The complete call for proposals is now available online here:

https://library.stanford.edu/projects/personal-digital-archiving-2017/call-proposals

Please submit your proposal here: 
https://library.stanford.edu/projects/personal-digital-archiving-2017/submit-proposal.

Best,

Josh

--

Josh Schneider
Assistant University Archivist

ePADD Community Manager
Special Collections & University Archives
Stanford University
josh.schneider at stanford.edu <mailto:josh.schneider at stanford.edu>
650-497-6489 <tel:650-497-6489>





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