"Beyond Boundaries: Second Annual Symposium on Hybrid Scholarship at Yale University"
April 7, 2017 from 9:30am-1:00pm
Sterling Memorial Library, Lecture Hall and Exhibition Room
How can 3D printing help preserve cultural heritage sites? What might digital maps tell us about the political, commercial, and historical realities of film festivals? To explore these questions and more, join the Digital Humanities Lab and Yale STEAM for the second annual spring symposium to showcase hybrid scholarship at Yale University. Undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff will present projects that highlight the questions that can be asked and considered via digital methods and collaborations between the sciences and humanities.
The symposium is open to the entire Yale community and public. Coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Check back here the week of the symposium for the detailed program!
|9:30am - 10:00am||
Coffee, Refreshments, Sign In
(no advanced registration required, event is open to the public)
|10:00am - 10:05am||
Peter Leonard, Director of the Digital Humanities Lab
|10:05am - 11:00am||
Presentations by undergraduate and graduate students
Talks will highlight a range of methods, from mapping and social network analysis to text mining and visual computing
|11:00am - 11:55am||
Presentations by faculty and staff on the benefits and challenges of digital methods for research and teaching
|11:55am - 12:00pm||
Susan Gibbons, University Librarian and Deputy Provost for Libraries & Scholarly Communication
|12:00pm - 1:00pm||
Showcase of projects by undergraduate and graduate students
Posters/demos range from computational approaches to literature, maps of slave narratives, and Harvey Cushing's scrapbooks as a means of information organization to the impact of technological developments on artistic production, plus more!
Organized by the Yale Digital Humanities Lab and Yale STEAM, with generous support from the Center for Teaching and Learning