Monday, October 7

10 a.m., Little Hall, Room 211: Digital Humanities “Convocation.”

11 a.m., Hill Auditorium, Barrows Hall: Introductory presentation by Daniel Soucier (University of Maine), “Bringing Lost Historical Space into the Three-Dimensional Metaverse: Thoreau’s Walden in Second Life.”

noon–2 p.m., Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC), Room 104: Digital Humanities THATCamp “Town Hall.”

Tuesday, October 8

11 a.m.–noon., Bangor Room, Memorial Union: Featured talk, Nicole Starosielski (New York University), “Surface and Infrastructure: Mapping the Hidden Worlds
of Undersea Cables.”

1:30–4:00., IMRC, 112: THATCamp 1.1

4 p.m., Hill Auditorium: Featured talk (sponsored by the English Department and the Lloyd H. Elliot Fund*), Eileen Joy, “The Assignable Nothingness of All Swerve and the Work of Adjacency.”

Wednesday, October 9

10–11 a.m., IMRC, 104: Anne Goodyear (Bowdoin Art Museum), “Putting the Public back in Publication.”

12–3 p.m., IMRC, 112: THATCamp 1.2

4–6 p.m., IMRC 112: Mary Erica Zimmer (Boston University), “Affordances of the Digital: Mapping, Modeling, and Early Modern Digital Methodologies.”

Thursday, October 10

11 a.m.–noon., Hill Auditorium
Keynote Address, Andrew Stauffer (University of Virginia), “Technologies of Memory: The Troubled Archive of Nineteenth Century Literature.”

12:30–1:30 p.m., IMRC, Room 112: Ari Epstein (MIT), “Is It a Sorbet, or Is My Radio Broken?”

1:30–5:00 p.m., IMRC, Room 112: THATCamp 1.3

*Eileen Joy’s talk has been organized by the English Graduate Student Association.

NOTE: Because THATCamp is an unconference, the agenda will be decided during the first session of the day. Read more about how unconferences in general and THATCamp in particular work at THATCamp 101 and our “About” page.

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