8:30 – 9:00 Registration/Coffee

9:00-9:15 Welcoming Remarks Brian Quigley, Chair, LAUC-B, and Head, Engineering & Physical Sciences Division, UC Berkeley Library

9:15 -10:00 Opening Keynote: Gunter Waibel, Associate Vice Provost and Executive Director of the California Digital Library (CDL)

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15 – 11:30 Panel Discussion: Visual Methodologies: Critical Approaches to DH

Moderator: Francesco Spagnolo

  1. Jenny Odell, (Digital Artist and lecturer at Stanford University) Digital Art
  2. Justin Underhill, (Digital Artist, Digital Humanties Fellow at UC Berkeley, UCB History of Art Department lecturer) Digital Art
  3. Adam Anderson, (Digital Humanties Fellow at UC Berkeley, UCB Near Eastern Studies Department lecturer) Network analysis
  4. Spencer Keralis (Head of Digital Humanities and Collaborative Programs, University of North Texas, Founding Director of Digital Frontiers)

11:30 -1:15 Lunch (see nearby restaurant list)

1:30-2:15 Dialogue: Interaction of Visual DH and Libraries

A Conversation between Miriam Posner (Digital Humanities Program Coordinator at UCLA) AND Thomas Padilla (Humanities Data Curator UC Santa Barbara)

2:15-2:45 Break with refreshments

2:45-3:30  Breakout Sessions: “Let’s Get Visual: Technology and the Digital Humanities in Action”

  1. 3D PhotogrammetryRita Lucarelli (UCB, Near Eastern Studies, Assistant Professor); Arianna Campiani (UC Merced, post-doc starting Fall 2017) and Esteban Mirón Marván (UCB, Anthropology, PhD Candidate)
  2. Creating Digital ArtGreg Niemeyer (UCB, Art Practice, Associate Professor)
  3. Data Visualization and Data of the VisualTom Mullaney (Stanford, Digital Humanities Asia, Director and Associate Professor); Amy Pavel (UCB, Computer Science, PhD Candidate)
  4. GIS and the Visualization of ArchaeologyNicolas Tackett (UCB, History, Associate Professor); Stace Maples (Stanford, Geospatial Center, Geospatial Manager)

3:30-3:45 Break

3:45-4:30 Closing Keynote: Johanna Drucker (UCLA, Breslauer Professor of Bibliographical Studies in the Department of Information Studies)

4:30 – 5:30  Reception