The Fall Work in Progress series concludes with Michael Jemtrud (Architecture) “Mediated Cities Project”
Work in Progress – Jason Hurley: Augmented reality with mobile technologies: Can it lead to learning and engagement with historical settings?
Work in Progress continues with Jason Hurley (LEADS – Education) “Augmented reality with mobile technologies: Can it lead to learning and engagement with historical settings?”
Victoria Slonosky: Canada’s Climate History: Weather Observations from the St-Lawrence Valley, 1742-2010
In conjunctions with our colleagues in Geography, through the Geospectives Speaker Series, Victoria Slonosky will be at McGill to present her research on the St Lawrence.
Work in Progress – Grace Fong and Song Shi: Patterns of Selection and Distribution: Application of Digital Tools on Metadata in the Ming Qing Women’s Writings Database
Our Work in Progress Series continues with Grace Fong and Song Shi (East Asian Studies) who will present ongoing development of the Ming-Qing Women’s Writing database, McGill’s premiere digital archive.
Work in Progress – Summer Roundup: Houellebecq and Neatline, Digital Environmental Humanities & Early Modern Conversions
Come join us for the first Work in Progress Meeting of 2014-15 academic year! As usual we’ll be meeting in rm 455, 688 Sherbrooke St West. We’ll have lightening talks from students, postdocs, and DH faculty about their summer work. Houellebecq and Neatline Stephanie Posthumus (LLC) Amy Goh Digital Environmental Humanities Veronica Poplawski Jonathan Armoza Early Modern Conversions Stephen Wittek (IPLAI)
Kevin Kee (Brock - History) will join LLC 311 Digital Studies / Citizenry to discuss augmented reality and education.
The Future is Already Here – AR and the Future of Education
For more details on Prof. Kee's talk, please see http://www.oarn.net/2013/11/slides-from-the-future-is-already-here-presentation/
Space is limited, and students have priority. Please RSVP for this event to digital [dot] humanities [at] mcgill [dot] ca if you are not registered in LLC 311.
Benjamiin Fung (Information Studies) will give this year's final DH work in progress talk.
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at McGill University is offering a 2-year fellowship to an incoming master’s student to participate in the recently funded Digging into Data project, “Global Currents: Cultures of Literary Networks, 1050-1900,” directed by Prof. Andrew Piper.
Andrew Piper will discuss the mapping of social networks in German novels.
Ichiro Fujinaga will talk about his new prosopography / social networking Human History Project.