Wrapping Up

Now you’ve some time to recover from our busy weekend, we’d appreciate it if you could please take a moment to fill out this survey on the 2016 Central New York THATCamp.

Thanks again for your participation – we hope that you enjoyed the event, and came away with some useful resources and ideas for your own work. If you would like to get in contact with any of the other participants, you can find everyone’s details on the Campers page of the website.

We’ll be contacting you in the future about more THATCamps, symposia, and other events at Cornell and Syracuse. In the meantime, look out for the new website for Cornell’s Digital Humanities Collaborative–a link will be posted on our placeholder website shortly. You can also contact Mia Tootill (ude.l1524572499lenro1524572499c@88t1524572499sm1524572499) for info about Cornell’s new Digital Humanities Grad Network.


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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.