Re: Humanities Alumni in a Networked World

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How can undergraduate digital scholarship prepare our students to be citizens in a networked world? In this seminar, a panel of alumni from the Re:Humanities Symposium, an undergraduate symposium on …

How can undergraduate digital scholarship prepare our students to be citizens in a networked world? In this seminar, a panel of alumni from the Re:Humanities Symposium, an undergraduate symposium on digital media, will examine what it means to be recently graduated in a world of webs and networks. Each panel member will give a brief description of his or her undergraduate digital scholarship and current work. Panelists and seminar participants will then engage in a facilitated discussion of how panelists’ digital scholarship as undergraduates has prepared them for their current work and challenges in a digitally networked world.

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  • 1. Re:Humanities Alumni in a Networked World Michael Suen, B.A., Middlebury College Pollyanna Macchiano, B.A., San Jose State University Evan McGonagill, B.A., Bryn Mawr College Anna Levine, B.A., Swarthmore CollegeJen Rajchel, B.A., Bryn Mawr College (panel moderator) NITLE Seminar, November 8, 2012
  • 2. #NITLE @tricodh #rehum13 @haverfordhcahRe:Humanities Alumniin a Networked World Michael Suen, Pollyanna Macchiano, Evan McGonagill, Anna Levine & Jen Rajchel 8 November 2012
  • 3. #NITLE @tricodhwhat is Re:Humanities? #rehum13
  • 4. #NITLE @tricodh #rehum13a national conference featuring originalresearch in Digital Humanities,organized by and for undergraduatesstudents applying traditional humanitiesquestions to digital technologies, andapplying digital methodologies intraditional humanities research.
  • 5. #NITLE @tricodh #rehum13Re:Humanities ’13 April 4-5, 2013Bryn Mawr College
  • 6. #NITLE @tricodh #rehum13 Call for Papers Re:Humanities ’13 November 20, 2012rehumanities@gmail.com
  • 7. #NITLE @tricodh #rehum13http://tdh.brynmawr.edu/
  • 8. Middlebury
  • 9. Hello! My name is Pollyanna Macchiano.• San Jose State University graduate• B.A. English, Art History• Currently employed at Adobe Systems• Work in Communications and Marketing• Goal: To meld the written with the visual in order to communicate effectively in our digital world through writing, editing and art.
  • 10. Jesus EspinozaThe Beardstair Project Colette Hayes Pollyanna Macchiano Doll Picotto
  • 11. Examples of research and documentationmethods…
  • 12. The ultimate goal is… Public Scholarship and now we’re taking it to the classroom at…San Jose State University