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Jonathan Abel, Jennifer Boittin, and Samuel Frederick, "CINEmap: Geotagging Global Cinema"
Thomas Beebee, "Translating Networks"
Jonathan Brockopp, "The Manuscripts of Kairouan, Tunisia"
Ronnie Hsia, "Personality Theory and Personnel Policy in the Society of Jesus, 16th-18th Centuries"
Information + Humanities Conference
Literary Information Management in China
Jessamyn Abel "From Communication Line to Data Point: The Bullet Train as Information"
Samuel Frederick "A Poetics of Collecting: The Redemption of Things in German Realism and Modernism"
Gregory Nagy "A rethinking of Sappho in the light of the newest fragments"
Kaitlyn Patia "“Disturbing Conventions”: Social Memory and Democratic Faith at the Margins" and Frank Waddell "The Bandwagon Effect of Audience Metrics on Media Effects and Reception"
Jack Chen "From Topos to Topic (Modeling): Conceptual Histories in Literary Information Management"
Lisa Gitelman "Emoji Dick and the Eponymous Whale."
Stuart Selber "Institutions, Literacies, Technologies"
Christian Bök "The Xenotext (Book 1)"
Terrence Deacon "How information lost its meaning (and how to recover it)"
Mark Sentesy "How Technology Changes Ethical Experience"
Jo Hsu "Exceeding Evidence: Personal Writing as the Negotiation of Identity."
Joshua DiCaglio "Scaling the Involution, or, The Cybernetics of Persuasion"
Matthew Price "Mapping the Information of Literary Space"
Abram Foley "O’Briens and Archives: On Comparison and Contemporary Literature"
Richard Doyle "Are Psychedelics Information Technologies? Hacking the Default Network and the Evolution of Information"
John Durham Peters "Celestial Databases: The Case of Joseph Smith’s Media Theology"
David Weinberger "The Future's New Future: How our paradigm of the future -- and our strategies for managing it -- are changing."
Anatoly Detwyler "Distant Readings: Numeric Literary Analysis and the Aesthetics of Information Visualization in 1920s China"
Laura Helton “On Decimals, Lists, and Racial Imaginaries of the Archive: Cataloging a Negro Collection, circa 1930”
Michael Legaspi "Information, Knowledge, and the Pursuit of Wisdom"
Center for Humanities and Information (CHI) Faculty Fellows Program
Ann Blair "Methods of collaboration in early modern Europe”
Kathryn Gines "Collegium of Black Women Philosophers in a Digital Age"
Bonnie Mak, "The Digital Archive as Text"
CHI Visiting Fellows, official advertisement
Application for Faculty Fellowships Announced
Application for Predoctoral Fellowships Announced
CHI searching for Associate Director/Historian
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