In my capacity as Assistant Director in charge of Digital Humanities and Media Studies at the UConn Humanities Institute, I regularly host and co-organize a number of events that address issues of digital scholarship, the history of media and technology in humanities contexts, and multimodal publishing.
As co-founder of the Digital Humanities Network at the German Studies Association (with Kurt Fendt, MIT, and Shelley Rose, Cleveland State University), I co-create networks for DH in German Studies and promote digital scholarship and teaching in the field.
2019 talks include
- NFAIS presentation of my dynamic blueprint on evaluating digital scholarship (NFAIS March conference) – for more information consult this site
- providing an overview of “The Conviction Project” at the “Humility and Conviction on Public Life” Capstone Workshop
- “Facing the Abyss: Towards an Intercultural Media Theory,” presented at the pre-conference “Beyond Germany: German Media Theory in a Global Context“, International Communication Association
- presentations at Wesleyan University and UMass Amherst on building the DHMS initiative and the UConn DHMS graduate certificate, and
- organizing the first “Day of NEHC-DH” at the University of Connecticut
International Public and Digital Humanities, ADFL North, May 2018
Immediacy in the Avant-Gardes, University of Regensburg, January 2018
From the Total Artwork to Multimodal Scholarship, Georgetown University, January 2018