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The Audiovisual Essay and the Digital Humanities Mini-Conference

Friday, March 31, 2017
9:00-11:30 AM
Kuenzel Room Michigan Union Map
This mini-conference will act as a critical introduction to the audiovisual essay that seeks to assess its scholarly and pedagogical applications while bringing several of its proponents in cinema and media studies into conversation with digital humanists working in a range of disciplines at the University of Michigan. The mini-conference will explore methodological questions relevant to digital scholarship and pedagogy
while pressing new questions about the utility of audiovisual essays outside of cinema and media studies, and considering the possible place of audiovisual essays within digital humanities debates.
Opening remarks: Matthew Solomon (SAC); Moderator: Anita Gonzalez (SMTD); Panelists: Jason Mitchell (Middlebury College), Mark Williams (Dartmouth University), Steven Anderson (UCLA); Respondent: Paul Conway (School of Information).
Building: Michigan Union
Event Type: Conference / Symposium
Tags: Graduate, Information and Technology, Scholarship
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Screen Arts & Cultures