Welcome to the CNY 2016 THATCamp! We’re starting the day with the inaugural Graduate Student Digital Humanities Symposium in Olin Library 703, then the THATCamp will launch after lunch at 1.45pm, also in Olin 703. We hope you’ll join us for refreshments at the reception in the A.D. White House at 5pm.

If you can’t stay for the whole two days, feel free to check the schedule, which’ll be updated by 2.15pm today, and stop by for whichever sessions catch your interest!


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About Mia Tootill

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in musicology at Cornell University. I hold a B.Mus. in Clarinet Performance from Trinity College of Music, and M.A.s in Musicology from Penn State University and Cornell. My primary area of research focuses on French opera and ballet in the nineteenth century, but I'm also interested in film music. My dissertation explores the use of the devil as a media effect in Parisian musical stage works premiered between 1827-1859.