On November 13, I attended a symposium at Rutgers University entitled Photography and Evidence. It was put together by The Developing Room (http://developingroom.com/event/photography-and-evidence) and was sponsored by the Center for Cultural Analysis, the Dean of the Humanities (Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences), and the Art History Department. According to their promotional materials, the symposium […]
Presentation at Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing Annual Conference, Antwerp, Belgium (September 17-21)
I got a chance to travel to Antwerp, Belgium in September of 2014 to attend the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing (SHARP) Annual Conference (Sept. 17-21) , and presented my paper, ”The Book of Changes and print fixity: John Cage’s aleatory publishing practices.”
In July of 2014, I presented my paper entitled, “Exploring archival standards within the sociology of knowledge” at the 2014 Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI) at the University of Pittsburgh (July 14-18).
Presentation at Memories, Identities & Communities Conference, University of Dundee (April 23-25, 2014)
At the Memories, Identities & Communities Conference, hosted by the Centre for Archive and Information Services, University of Dundee, Scotland (April 23-25), I presented my paper entitled, ”Archival intervention as radical politics?: Occupy Wall Street and the limits of control.”
Presentation at Radical Archives Conference, Asian/Pacific/American Institute, New York University (April 11-12)
I presented my paper entitled “Identifying radical memory practices in archival infrastructures” at the Radical Archives Conference, Asian/Pacific/American Institute, New York University (April 11-12).
I was fortunate to be able to attend this year’s iConference in Berlin, Germany, (March 2-7, 2014). It was certainly a thrill to visit this historic city and spend time at the famous Humboldt University. At the conference I presented two posters, ”Digitization as information practice: A case study,” and “Considering JPEG2000 for video preservation: A […]
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