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CH-50600-09
Digital Humanities Commons
Kathleen Woodward, University of Washington

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“YES WE CAMP! Protest Rhetoric in Times of Disaster” (Article)
Title: “YES WE CAMP! Protest Rhetoric in Times of Disaster”
Author: Pamela Pietrucci
Abstract: Protest Rhetoric in Times of Disaster
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.compol.it/
Access Model: subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Comunicazione Politica
Publisher: Associazione Italiana di Comunicazione Politica

"Cinephiles and Movie-Fans: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918-1925" in Graduate Training in the 21st Century in #Alt-Academy, a project for MediaCommons: A Digital Scholarly Network (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: "Cinephiles and Movie-Fans: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918-1925" in Graduate Training in the 21st Century in #Alt-Academy, a project for MediaCommons: A Digital Scholarly Network
Author: Annie Fee
Abstract: Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918-1925, a project for MediaCommons: A Digital Scholarly Network
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/alt-ac/
Primary URL Description: In a world where scholarly publication is changing rapidly, how should we approach the work of the dissertation, and of scholarly qualifications? This group of articles, in the new #Alt-Academy project Graduate Training in the 21st Century, attempts to respond to this question, and to raise new ones, by showcasing the work of early career scholars actively reimagining the dissertation as proto-monograph.
Access Model: open access

“Women Who Rock The Archive” (Book Section)
Title: “Women Who Rock The Archive”
Author: Michelle Habell-Pallán
Author: Sonnet Retman
Author: Angelica Macklin
Author: Monica De la Torre
Editor: Jentery Sayers
Abstract: Scheduled for a 2016 release the Companion will consist of fifty chapters by a variety of practitioners across media studies, cultural studies, game studies, new media arts, and digital humanities. The intended audience includes advanced undergraduates as well as graduate students curious about --- among other things --- approaching old/new media computationally, conducting applied/comparative media studies research, examining the social/cultural dimensions of mediation/computation, and enacting critical theory and social justice work through new media. The overall emphasis falls on communicating key methodologies to students in the arts and humanities. As a guide, it will instead give its contributors the opportunity to convey the relevance of their methodologies to a broad audience, with an emphasis on how arguments about media are made through new media, or how arguments about computational culture are made through computational methods. In so doing, it will survey important differences across approaches, projects, settings, styles, and perspectives, without assuming a unified voice across the contributions.
Year: 2016
Access Model: for purchase
Publisher: Routledge
Book Title: The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities

“Defending a Common Cinema: Participative Film Culture in 1920s Montmartre” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Defending a Common Cinema: Participative Film Culture in 1920s Montmartre”
Author: Annie Fee
Abstract: Participative Film Culture in Paris
Date: 9/17/2015
Conference Name: Women and the Silent Screen (WSS VIII), University of Pittsburgh

“The 'Ordinary' Fans of Sandra Milowanoff: Female Centered Audience Sociability in Parisian Cinemas, 1921-1922” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “The 'Ordinary' Fans of Sandra Milowanoff: Female Centered Audience Sociability in Parisian Cinemas, 1921-1922”
Author: Annie Fee
Abstract: Female Centered Audience Sociability in Parisian Cinemas of the 1920s
Date: 3/25/2015
Conference Name: Society of Cinema and Media Studies, Annual Conference (Montreal)

“Cinephiles and Movie-Fans: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918 - 1928" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Cinephiles and Movie-Fans: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918 - 1928"
Author: Annie Fee
Abstract: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918 - 1928
Date: 8/31/2014
Conference Name: Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (London)

"Digital Dissertations - Issues, Tools and its Pedagogical Use" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Digital Dissertations - Issues, Tools and its Pedagogical Use"
Author: Verena Kick
Abstract: Issues, Tools, and Pedagogical Use of Digital Dissertations
Date: 4/29/2015
Conference Name: NeMLA (Toronto)

“Theorizing a Rhetorical-Ethnographic Approach for the Study of Social Movements and Digital Activism’s Materiality in Contemporary Communication Ecologies.” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Theorizing a Rhetorical-Ethnographic Approach for the Study of Social Movements and Digital Activism’s Materiality in Contemporary Communication Ecologies.”
Author: Pamela Pietrucci
Abstract: A Rhetorical-Ethnographic Approach for the Study of Social Movements and Digital Activism’s Materiality in Contemporary Communication Ecologies
Date: 6/24/2015
Conference Name: Protest Participation in Variable Communication Ecologies - Meanings, Modalities and Implications, University of Sassari, Alghero, Italy

“Foregrounding Locality in Protest Rhetoric” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Foregrounding Locality in Protest Rhetoric”
Author: Pamela Pietrucci
Abstract: Locality in Protest Rhetoric
Date: 11/20/2014
Conference Name: 100th Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (Chicago)

"A Rhetoric of ‘Disastrous Reassurance’ Voices from the Seismic Crater in the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "A Rhetoric of ‘Disastrous Reassurance’ Voices from the Seismic Crater in the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila”
Author: Pamela Pietrucci
Abstract: “A Rhetoric of ‘Disastrous Reassurance’ Voices from the Seismic Crater in the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila.”
Date: 11/21/2014
Conference Name: 100th Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (Chicago)

"'Women Who Rock' the Fandango: Lessons in Convivencia and the Digital" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "'Women Who Rock' the Fandango: Lessons in Convivencia and the Digital"
Author: Michelle Habell-Pallan
Abstract: Women Who Rock the Fandango The resurgence of fandango practices in Chican@ communities across the U.S. has reaffirmed forms of consciousness shaped by bailadoras and musicians that transform gender relations on and off "la tarima." In particular, Seattle Fandango Project's practice of convivencia, what scholar & practitioner Martha Gonzalez describes as the co-creation of social space within the context of fandango, has supported the Women Who Rock Oral History Archive (hosted by the University of Washington’s Libraries Digital Initiatives Program), Film Festival, and annual Encuentro/unconference. Inspiring what we call archivista praxis, this presentation dialogues about the promise and tensions generated when scholarship, archive-building, graduate mentoring, media production and community engagement congeal around conviviencia practiced within fandango over the last 5 years.
Date: 4/17/2015
Primary URL: http://brookcenter.gc.cuny.edu/wp-content/uploads/preliminary-program_FINAL-plantilla-3.17.15.pdf
Primary URL Description: conference program
Conference Name: Spaniards, Indians, Africans, and Gypsies The Global Reach of the Fandango in Music, Song, and Dance. The Graduate Center. City University of New York. The Foundation for Iberian Music and the Brooks Center for Research and Documentation of Music.

"Women Who Rock the Archive" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Women Who Rock the Archive"
Author: Michelle Habell-Pallan
Author: Sonnet Retman
Abstract: For the past five years, the Women Who Rock (WWR): Making Scenes, Building Communities Oral History Archive has been staging, teaching and archiving conversations between women of color in punk and hip hop scenes in the U.S. and beyond. Women of color feminist epistemologies and queer of color theorizing are the guiding forces of the project. WWR brings together scholars/archivists, musicians, media¬makers, performers, artists, and activists to explore the role of women and popular music in the creation of cultural scenes and social justice movements in the Americas and beyond. The project encompasses several interwoven components: project-based coursework at the graduate and undergraduate levels; an annual participant-driven conference and film festival; and an oral history project hosted by the University of Washington Libraries Digital Initiatives Program that ties the various components together.
Date: 10/3/2015
Primary URL: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/digitalcurrents/events/datasocialjusticeandthehumanitiesconferenceabstracts_ci
Primary URL Description: conference abstracts
Conference Name: Data, Social Justice and the Humanities Conference. Digital Currents Series. Institute for the Humanities. University of Michigan


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