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During "[[EMDA 2017]]," the scholars listed below will present their views and demonstrate practical applications of tools and approaches digital humanities:
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During '''[[EMDA_2017|Early Modern Digital Agendas: Network Analysis]]''', the scholars listed below will present their views and demonstrate practical applications of tools and digital humanities approaches:
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:'''[[Ruth Ahnert]]''', Lecturer in Renaissance Studies, Queen Mary University of London
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:'''[[Sebastian Ahnert]]''', Royal Society University Research Fellow, Cambridge
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:'''[[Anupam Basu]]''', Assistant Professor of English, Washington University in St. Louis
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:'''[[Mattie Burkert]]''', Assistant Professor of English, Utah State University
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:'''[[Nicole Coleman]]''', Academic Technology Specialist at the Humanities Center, Stanford University
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:'''[[Marie-Louise Coolahan]]''', Professor of English, National University of Ireland-Galway
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:'''[[Blaine Greteman]]''',  Associate Professor of English, University of Iowa
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:'''[[Jonathan Hope]]''',  Professor of English, University of Strathclyde Glasgow
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:'''[[Howard Hotson]]''', Professor of Early Modern Intellectual History, St. Anne's College, Oxford University
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:'''[[Ellen MacKay]]''',  Associate Professor of English, Indiana University
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:'''[[Laura Mandell]]''', Director of the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media and Culture (IDHMC), Texas A&M University
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:'''[[Isabel Meirelles]]''',  Professor of Design, OCAD University, Toronto
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:'''[[Jessica Otis]]''', Early Modern Data Curation Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University
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:'''[[Maximilian Schich]]''', Associate Professor of Arts and Technology, University of Texas-Dallas
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:'''[[Daniel Shore]]''',  Associate Professor of English, Georgetown University
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:'''[[Scott Weingart]]''', Digital Humanities Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University
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:'''[[Christopher Warren]]''', Associate Professor of English, Carnegie Mellon University
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:'''[[Michael Witmore]]''', Director, Folger Shakespeare Library
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[[Category:Folger Institute]] [[Category:Scholarly programs]]

Latest revision as of 08:48, 6 September 2017

During Early Modern Digital Agendas: Network Analysis, the scholars listed below will present their views and demonstrate practical applications of tools and digital humanities approaches:

Ruth Ahnert, Lecturer in Renaissance Studies, Queen Mary University of London
Sebastian Ahnert, Royal Society University Research Fellow, Cambridge
Anupam Basu, Assistant Professor of English, Washington University in St. Louis
Mattie Burkert, Assistant Professor of English, Utah State University
Nicole Coleman, Academic Technology Specialist at the Humanities Center, Stanford University
Marie-Louise Coolahan, Professor of English, National University of Ireland-Galway
Blaine Greteman, Associate Professor of English, University of Iowa
Jonathan Hope, Professor of English, University of Strathclyde Glasgow
Howard Hotson, Professor of Early Modern Intellectual History, St. Anne's College, Oxford University
Ellen MacKay, Associate Professor of English, Indiana University
Laura Mandell, Director of the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media and Culture (IDHMC), Texas A&M University
Isabel Meirelles, Professor of Design, OCAD University, Toronto
Jessica Otis, Early Modern Data Curation Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University
Maximilian Schich, Associate Professor of Arts and Technology, University of Texas-Dallas
Daniel Shore, Associate Professor of English, Georgetown University
Scott Weingart, Digital Humanities Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University
Christopher Warren, Associate Professor of English, Carnegie Mellon University
Michael Witmore, Director, Folger Shakespeare Library