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Digital Humanities Showcase

Digital Humanities ShowcaseFebruary 20 • 12:30-3pm
Gelman Library, Room 702
RSVP or more information at: go.gwu.edu/GWDoesDH

Everyone is invited to a showcase of Digital Humanities (DH) projects underway across the University.  The program will include brief presentations followed by discussion and a reception.  Find out about innovative endeavors happening in English, History, GW Libraries, Japanese, Jewish Cultural Arts, and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. Presented by the GW Digital Humanities Institute and GW Libraries.


12:30-1:00: 3 presenters + 10 min Q&A + 5 min break
Shoko Hamono (East Asian Lit and Lang, faculty): Visualizing Japanese Grammar
Maia Gil'Adi (English, doctoral): The Zombie Archive
Sylvia Augusteijn (GW Libraries) & Chris Klemek (History, faculty): Digital DC: A Community History Project

1:00-1:30: 3 presenters + 10 min Q&A + 5 break
Dan Kerchner (GW Libraries & Scholarly Tech Group): Social Feed Manager
Diane H. Cline (History, faculty): The Social Network(s) of Socrates
Dora Danylevich: (English, doctoral) #brownbagsarepeopletoo (crowdsourced art project)

1:30-2:00: 3 presenters + 10 min Q&A + 5 break
Michael Levy & Elissa Frankle (US Holocaust Memorial Museum): Textual Analysis of Oral History Testimonies at USHMM
Lori Brister (English, doctoral): A Digital Dissertation Companion
Tina Plottel (GW Libraries, Reference & Instruction): The People and the Punk: The Story of Kansas House and Its Impact on the Washington, D.C., Punk Scene

2:00-2:30: 3 presenters + 10 min Q&A
Phoebe Coleman (Jewish Cultural Arts, masters): A Contemporary Jewish Tale: A Digital Humanities Project
Tawny Ravy (English, doctoral): The Salman Rushdie Archive; Midnight's Children Map
Tolonda Henderson (GW Libraries, Instruction and Reference): More than Moving Images: The Visual Culture of Harry Potter

2:30-3:00: General reception 

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