Paper Published in Library Trends: “Reconsidering technical labor in information institutions: The case of analog video digitization”
My paper “Reconsidering technical labor in information institutions: The case of analog video digitization” was just published in a special issue of Library Trends on “Labor in Academic Libraries.” It was a pleasure working with editors Emily Drabinski, Aliqae Geraci, and Roaxanne Shirazi, and I’m honored to be included in this important collection of essays that tackle pressing questions […]
Presentation at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference in Chicago (March 22-26): “De-Materialized Evidence: Film Archival Holdings and the Transition to Digital Technology”
In March, I’ll be presenting at a workshop at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) conference in Chicago (March 22-26) organized and chaired by Sabrina Negri (University of Chicago, Cinema and Media Studies) entitled, “De-Materialized Evidence: Film Archival Holdings and the Transition to Digital Technology.” I’m very honored to be presenting alongside Giovanna Fossati […]
Unflattening and Enacting Visualization #critviz2016 On June 9th I will be giving an invited talk on “Data Physicalization and Visual Epistemologies” at the Critical Visualization Event at CUNY Graduate Center on June 9, 2016. More information can be found here: http://patriksv.net/2016/04/critical-visualization-event-at-gc-cuny-on-june-9-2016/
In March 2016 I presented poster entitled “Contextualizing Digital Reformatting in the History of Preservation Knowledge: Timeline and Research Directions” at the 2016 iConference in Philadelphia, PA, March 20-23.
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