Come Together

Friday 11 May 2012

12:30: Registration

1:00-4:00: Come Together Unconference on Digital Collaboration

4:00-4:15: Break

4:15-5:30: 3D Film Screening/Q&A Session: Marylou & Jerome Bongiorno,Creating Museum City Symphony Films in 3D”

 Saturday 12 May 2012

8:30 – 9: Breakfast/Registration

9:00-10:30: Panel 1: Creation/Corruption of Knowledge

Dena Goodman & Kevin Hawkins, “The Encyclopedia of Diderot and D’Alembert Collaborative Translation Project”

Sarah Winters, “The Collaborative Syllabus: Vidding and the Aca-Fan.”

Dmitry Mordvinov, “Three Misattributed Texts, The Gutenberg Galaxy And New Age: Implications in Walter Benjamin’s idea.”

10:30-10:45: Break

10:45-12:15: Panel 2: Digital Immigrations

Jesse Blackburn, “Mending the Cracks: Inside the Hypermediated Fractures of the Undergraduate Writing Classroom”

Anne Dimond, “Immigration Saves Education: The Asset of Displacement in Critical Literacy Pedagogies”

Nesreen Elkord, “Bridging the Cultural Gap and Bringing Researchers Together in the World of Academia through Digital Media”

12:15-1:15: Lunch

1:15-2:45: Panel 3: Your Night/My Day

Morehshin Allahyari & Eden Ünlüata, “Your Night/My Day: a collaborative art project between artists in Iran and the United States”

2:45-3: Break

3:00-4:30: Keynote: Diana Brydon, “Community in the Global Realms”

4:30-6:00: Wine and Cheese

Sunday 13 May 2012

8:30-9:00: Breakfast

9:00-10:30: Panel 4: Marginalization and Access

Alana Fletcher, “The Restrictive Materiality of Internet Access in Latin America: Implications for Digital Collaboration among Indigenous Groups.”

Pamela Lamb, “Put This on the {Map: The Performative Documentary as Critical Pedagogy”

10:30-10:45: Break

10:45-12:15: Panel 5: Academic and Non-Academic Collaborations

William Schumann, “Digital media and participatory development in Appalachia”

Anne Goldenberg, “Artivism, Action-Research and Art Science in the Digital Age: Translation, Enrichment and Precarity for the Recognition Economy.”

12:15-1:00: Lunch

1:00-2:30: Panel 6:The Queen’s Men Online

Helen Ostovich, “An Introduction: Visualizing Collaboration in the plays of the Queen’s Men”

Andrew Griffin, “A Multi-Disciplinary Edition of King Leir”

Peter Cockett, “Theatre and Digital Publication: Revealing the Collaborative Process”

Jennifer Roberts-Smith, “Virtual Collaboration Across Time and Space: Substance and Citation”

2:30-2:45: Break

2:45-4:00: Roundtable


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