Presentations and Workshops related to Digital Concord

“Engaging Students in Digital Research: Using Neatline and TEI.” THATCamp Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt University. November 2012.

Earhart, Amy. Workshop Leader. NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship)/NEH Summer Workshop: Evaluating Digital Scholarship. The University of Virginia. June 2012.

Earhart, Amy. Peer Mentor. “LENS Summer Institute: Mapping Communities.” The University of Redlands. Redlands, California. June 2012.

“Research Libraries in the Digital Age: Needs and Opportunities.” The American Antiquarian Society. Worcester, Massachusetts. March 2012.

“Strategies for Digital Project Creation.” Religion and Media Pre-Conference Program. American Academy of Religion Conference. San Francisco. November 2011.

“The Future of the Archive.” MELCamp (Melville Electronic Library Camp). Massachusetts Institute Technology. October 2011.

Earhart, Amy. Workshop Leader. NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship)/NEH Summer Workshop: Evaluating Digital Scholarship. The University of Virginia. June 2011.

“Digital Concord.” The Virtual Nineteenth Century. The National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. March 2011.

Earhart, Amy. Panelist. “Libraries and Research in Languages and Literatures.” Modern Literature Association. Los Angeles, CA. January 2011.

“The 19th-Century Digital Concord Archive.” American Studies Association. San Antonio, Texas. November 2010.

Earhart, Amy. Participant. Scholars’ Lab/NEH Institute for Enabling Geospatial Scholarship. University of Virginia. May 2010.

“Questions of Digital Archive Construction: The 19th-Century Concord Digital Archive.” C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists. State College, Pennsylvania. May 2010.

“Time, Landscape, and Race: Mapping Shifting Constructions of Race in The 19th-Century Concord Digital Archive.” C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists. State College, Pennsylvania. May 2010.

Invited participant. “The Changing Landscape of Scholarly Communication in the Digital Age.” Texas A&M University. March 2009.

“Archives and Methodological Inclusivity: Digital Textual Studies and the Academy.” The Association for Documentary Editing. Springfield, Illinois. October 2009.

Earhart, Amy. Participant. Nebraska Digital Workshop. University of Lincoln, Nebraska. October 2009.

Earhart, Amy. Workshop leader. Google Maps API Seminar, NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship) workshop in Digital Scholarship, Miami Ohio University. July 2008.

“Discovering the Text through Experimental Digital Humanities Infrastructure.” American Literature Association. San Francisco, CA. May 2008.

Invited speaker. “The Humanities Interface: Tools, Text and Disciplinarity.” The Digital Humanities Lecture Series. The Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research. Texas A&M University. September 2008.

“An Open-Source Approach to Digital Humanities: Testing the Limits of Open Source Ideology in The 19th-Century Concord Digital Archive Digital Humanities. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. June 2007.

“Challenging Gaps: Humanists, Librarians and Technologists.” American Literature Association. Boston, Massachusetts. May 2007.

“Visualizing the Text: New Interfaces in The 19th-Century Concord Digital Archive.” Society for Textual Studies. New York, New York. March 2007.

“Digitizing Concord: The 19th-Century Concord Digital Archive.” Philological Association of the Carolinas. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. March 2007.

Poster. “Mapping 19th-Century Concord: Google Maps and the Concord Archive.” Digital Textual Studies: Past, Present and Future Symposium. Texas A&M University. October 2006.

Poster. “Delivering Course Management Technology: An English Department Evaluates Open Source and For-Profit Course Management Systems.” Digital Humanities. Paris, France. July 2006.

“19th-Century Concord: Digital Archive.” Prospects for Digital American Literary Study: A Roundtable. American Literature Association. San Francisco, California. May 2006.

Earhart, Amy. Participant. NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship). University of Virginia. July 2005.

“19th-Century Concord: A Historical and Literary Site.” College of Liberal Arts Development Council, Texas A&M University. 2005.