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Video from planning meeting, March 8th.

by on April 1, 2013

On March 8th, participants in the project met at the University of Illinois for a brief planning meeting. Afterwards, we convened for a couple of public events; they were recorded by John Tubbs of CITES and are now available as a video.

After introductory remarks by Ted Underwood, Matthew Wilkens (Notre Dame) gave a talk (9:20), “Where Was the American Renaissance? Computation, Space, and Literary History in the Civil War Era.” That was followed by a short roundtable on “Digital Collections and the Future of Literary Study” (49:58) that included Harriett Green (English and Digital Humanities Librarian, UIUC) and Wilkens. All the presentations have been archived in a single video, including captions that make the video full-text-searchable.

The Uses of Scale meeting was immediately followed by another (separate but related) conference on “Digital Humanities: Literary Studies and Information Science.”

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