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The Digital Humanities Caucus of the American Studies Association seeks ASA conference attendees to participate in a session called “Digital Shorts: New Platforms of Knowledge Production and Resistance.” The session will be composed of “lightning talks” focusing on current projects, papers, proposals, publishing, teaching, or related activities: just about anything digital in American Studies.
Participants describe their digital projects in 3-5 minute presentations, receive community feedback, and, finally, discuss issues raised by the talks. There’s no need to write a mini-paper. Speaking from PowerPoint slides, a Web site, or your own memory are all encouraged. We will have a computer/projector in the room with PowerPoint loaded and live Internet access available.
Digital Shorts will take place Friday, November 16 from 10am to 11:45am at the annual conference at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in Room 202a.
Important Note: This is informal, so you can (and should!) make a presentation even if your name appears elsewhere on the ASA program.
A. Joan Saab, University of Rochester (joan.saab “at” rochester.edu)
Susan Smulyan, Brown University (susan_smulyan “at” brown.edu)
Stewart Varner, Emory University (stewart.varner “at” emory.edu)