6TH Annual AEGS Conference NC State University, Raleigh, NC

6TH Annual AEGS Conference
NC State University, Raleigh, NC
March 27 & 28, 2015
Friday, March 27th
4:30 pm – Registration / snacks (Tompkins 123)
5:00 – 6:00 pm – Faculty Keynote Panel (Tompkins 123)
6:00 – 6:30 pm – Q&A with panel
7:00 pm – drinks at Mitch’s Tavern
Saturday March 28th
8:30 – 9:00 am – Registration (Tomkins 123)
9:00 – 10:15 am – Session 1
10:25 – 11:40 am – Session 2
11:45 – 12:20 pm – Lunch
12:30 – 1:45 pm – Session 3
1:55 – 3:10 pm – Session 4
2 [AEGS CONFERENCE SESSION SCHEDULE] Session I: 9:00 – 10:15 am
A Range of Possibilities – Rm. T123
Robyn Luney, NC State University, “Initial Forays in the Digital Humanities”
Nancy Heyes, NC State University, “These Are My Confessions: A Test Case for "Distant
Reading" Tools”
Eddie Lohmeyer and Jay Kirby, NC State University, “The Body Sonic 1.0”
Storytelling in a Digital Age – Rm. T126
Cameron Winter, NC State University, “Cataloguing the Cryptid: Digital Literacies and
Sasquatch Narratives”
Caleb Miligan, University of Florida, “A Kid With Her Own Computer: Galatea 2.2 and
'Great' Work”
Kristie Ellison, NC State University, “Hand vs. Machine: An Examination of Maintaining
Identity Through Handwriting in Victorian Literature”
Session II: 10:25 – 11:40 am
Towards Digital Discourse(s) – Rm. T123
Chen Chen and Meridith Reed, NC State University, “Tweeting the Discipline:
Knowledge Construction in Digital Spheres and Academic Conferences”
MK Hedrick, NC State University, “A Corpus Approach to Constitutive Elements in
Business Apologies”
Rachel Amity, NC State University, “Facing the Digital Divide: Linguistic Face Theory in
Online Feedback”
Interacting with the Text – Rm. T126
JJ Sylvia IV, NC State University, “Choose Your Own Adventure: Public Speaking in the
21st Century”
Luke DiPerna, NC State University, “Architectural Instability and Digital (Dis)Appearance: A Consideration of the Implications of Digital Work in the
Humanities through the Construction of a Virtual, Interactive House and
Labyrinth based on Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves”
Linda Price, Northern Kentucky University, “Ideology in ‘Too Many Cooks’”
Clark Meshaw, NC State University, “Can friendship exist after Mario Kart?: An
Articulation of a Bakhtinian Culture through Contemporary Digital Artifacts”
Lunch: 11:45 – 12:20 pm
Session III: 12:30 – 1:45 pm
Digital Humanities in Education – Rm. T123
Addison James, Western Kentucky University, “Do-It-Yourself Publishing, Blackboard,
and the Paperless English Class”
Erin O’Quinn, UNC-Wilmington, “For the Record: Assessing Audio Essays in the Basic
Writing Classroom”
Miranda Forman, NC State University, “The Secret Garden of Forking Paths: How Going
Digital Has (and Hasn’t) Changed the Research We Do and the Stories We Tell”
Construction of Identity with Online Communities – Rm. T126
POSSESSION: An analysis of the language used to express affection towards
celebrities and fictional characters, as used by female and femme identified
“fandom” fans between the ages of 18-30”
Hannah Mayfield, UNC-Charlotte, “When Blogger Meets Fangirl: How Identity is
Discursively Constructed through Curation”
Eric Wilbanks, NC State University, “‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’: Conceptualizing Identity in the
Socio-Spatial Domain”
Heather Woods, UNC-Chapel Hill, “On the Productive and Political Capacities of
Algorithms: Citizen Action, Resistant Publics, and #JusticeForMikeBrown”
Session IV: 1:55 – 3:10 pm
Digital Metabolisms: Manifesting Data as a Collaborative Research Process
– Rm. T123
Amanda Starling Gould, Duke University, “Digital Metabolism: Using Digital Tools to
Hack Humanities Research”
Luke Caldwell, Duke University, “Leveraging Benevolent Spyware for Humanities
Libi Striegl, Duke University, “3D Printing as Artistic Research Intervention”
Karin & Shane Denson, Duke University, “Sculpting Data”
David Rambo, Duke University, “Manifest Data as Digital Manifest Destiny”