Graduate Student Symposium

Graduate Student Digital Humanities Symposium

Saturday, 9 April 2016, Cornell University

Olin Library 703


You are invited to join us for a showcase of digital projects by graduate students, followed by a discussion of the many opportunities provided by and challenges involved in doing digital work within or alongside a dissertation.


10am: Welcome and coffee


10.30am: Lightning Talk, Session 1

#StayWoke: Social Media/Social Justice in Pedagogy – Xine Yao

Public Poetry in a Digital World – Emily Oliver and Liza Flum

Digital Annotation in First-Year Writing Seminars – Kaylin O’Dell

Learning Analytics and Libraries – Samantha Settimio and Carl Haynes


11.25am: Lightning Talk, Session 2

Pigments and Pedagogy: Making Technical Data Accessible to the Non-Specialist – Ruth Mullett

Parthian Sources Online: Digital Editing as Dissertation Reading – Jake Nabel

Communal Currents in Nineteenth Century America: Data Visualization, Mapping, and Public Humanities Projects – Molly Reed

The Grain of the Voice in an Age of Digital Detectability – Sam Carter


12.20pm: Roundtable discussion on Digital Humanities in/and the Dissertation


1pm: Lunch (provided)


1.45pm: THATCamp launches