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February 2020

Lecture – “We Speak with Alexa’s Voice, and That is Uncanny”: Voice Interface, The Contemporary Gothic, and the Ghostly History of Sound (Julia Panko, Asst. Prof. of English at Weber State University)

February 10, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm MST
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Voice user interfaces, smart speakers, and digital voice assistants have quickly risen to prominence in the contemporary media ecology. While critiques of these technologies have centered…

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March 2020

[Postponed] Lecture – Digital, Archival, Literary: Evolving Models for Digital Scholarship (Julia Flanders, Prof. of Practice in English and Director of the Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University Library), Co-Sponsored with BYU Office of Digital Humanities

March 26, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

POSTPONED  UNTIL FALL 2020 This presentation will consider our evolving conceptions of "digital text", through the lens of the 30-year history of the Women Writers Project. The…

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[Postponed] Lecture – The Worlds of Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy: Digital Storytelling at the Disney Parks (Sasha Coles, Founder and Chief Historian, Enchanted Archives)

March 30, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

POSTPONED - When Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California, in July 1955, Walt Disney told guests, “Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams, and the hard…

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April 2020

[Postponed] Lecture – Back to Indigenous Futures with Indigenous Pacific Islands Seafaring Technology, Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Seas and Skies, and Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Computer Engineering and Design (Vicente M. Diaz, American Indian Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)

April 9, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

POSTPONED - Question: What can Indigenous Technology (IT) and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) involving Pacific Islander Seafaring capabilities/relationalities and computer engineered interactive, visual, and immersive technologies…

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September 2020

Research Talks – Spring 2020 Graduate Fellows and Faculty Grantees Projects

September 1, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Please join Digital Matters on September 1st via Zoom to hear our Spring 2020 Graduate Fellows and Faculty Grantees share about their DM projects. Jeff Turner,…

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November 2020

Research Talks – Fall 2020 Graduate Fellows and Faculty Grantees Projects

November 30, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm MST
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Please join Digital Matters on November 30th via Zoom to hear our Fall 2020 Graduate Fellows and Faculty Grantees share about their DM projects. John Flynn,…

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February 2021

Prof. Julia Flanders Graduate Student Meet & Greet

February 4, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MST
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Graduate students, please join Prof. Julia Flanders for an informal discussion about her work as the Northeastern Digital Scholarship Group Director, Director of the Women Writers Project,…

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Lecture – Digital, Archival, Literary: Evolving Models for Digital Scholarship (Julia Flanders, Prof. of Practice in English and Director of the Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University Library), Co-Sponsored with BYU Office of Digital Humanities

February 4, 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm MST
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

This presentation will consider our evolving conceptions of “digital text”, through the lens of the 30-year history of the Women Writers Project. The shifting tensions between information…

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April 2021

Research Talks – Spring 2021 Graduate Fellows and Faculty Grantees Projects

April 12, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

John Flynn, DM / American West Center Graduate Fellow, PhD Candidate in Dept. of History, "Native Places: An Indigenous Atlas of Utah and the Intermountain West"…

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“Author Meets Readers” with Heather Houser | Digital Matters & Environmental Humanities Reading Interest Group

April 13, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm MDT

Author Meets Readers with Heather Houser April 13 @ 12-12:45pm Virtual Event l Free & Open to the Public The Tanner Humanities Center is proud to…

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Why Learn Text Analysis? Text and Data Mining with Constellate (Dr. Nathan Kelber, Community Engagement Lead, JSTOR Labs; Director, Tap Institute)

In this workshop, Dr. Kelber, an international expert in text analysis education, will give a high-level overview of how text analysis helps researchers discover new insights […]

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Workshop – Using Artificial Intelligence Tools for Creativity (Trevor Smith)

In this workshop, Trevor will showcase and explain various creative Artificial Intelligence software, with particular emphasis on how this software can assist in personal creative endeavors […]

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New Media Studies Reading Group

The Fall 2021 New Media Studies Reading Group will meet on Thursday, October 28, 1-2PM, in the Digital Matters space, suite 2751 on the second floor […]

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Digging Through History’s Dumpster: The Woman’s Exponent Advertising Database (Dr. Jeremy Browne, Prof. of Digital Humanities at Brigham Young University)

In 2019 the Marriott Library worked with BYU's Lee Library to re-digitize a complete archive of Woman's Exponent, a newspaper published in Salt Lake City from […]

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Digital Matters,MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112
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Workshop – Using Zotero to Collect, Organize, and Share Citations (Rebekah Cummings, Digital Matters Librarian)

Do you still copy and paste citations into Word and Google Docs? Are you frequently unable to locate that perfect statistic, quote, or article you read […]

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Salt Lake City,UT84112
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Workshop – Network Graphing for Humanists (David Roh, Director, Digital Matters)

Visualizing relationships can reveal hidden connections, leading to interesting research questions or new lines or inquiry.  But how can a non-specialist build those relationships in a […]

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Salt Lake City,UT84112
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