EGO Networking Workshop
In preparation for the Watson Conference, EGO will be holding a networking workshop on Friday, October 7th, a 3 p.m. Meeting spot in Bingham TBA.
Are you comfortable introducing yourself to strangers? Do you know who you’d like to meet and talk to at the Watson Conference? Have you set a reasonable Watson Conference goal for yourself? This workshop will meet in Bingham to briefly talk about the Watson theme, keynotes, and featured speakers. Then we will take our networking show on the road to Strickler Hall, to any available spot in a Bingham classroom, and other sites where Watson will actually happen on October 20-22.
This workshop will be role play and action – not just talk about networking (thought there will be embedded tips on that as we go). If you have not attended the Watson Conference on our campus before, or don’t know much about mobility and our visiting scholars, this workshop is designed especially for you, and is open for all.
If you will be attending please sign up here.
Snacks will be provided at the beginning in Bingham. If you have questions about this workshop, contact Rachel Gramer at email@example.com.
Digital Media Research
Rick Wysocki is the digital media research assistant this year. He will have open hours in the Mac Lab (HUM 204) all semester to help Faculty, Graduate Students, and Students with multimodal and digital projects. His hours are Mondays and Fridays from 1-2 p.m. From Rick: “As mentioned above, I’m happy to help people across the university with their digital/multimodal projects. It is also a good thing for teachers to let their students know about if they need access to a computer or specifically to a Mac.”
If you haven’t already, register for the Watson Conference today! The conference is free to UofL graduate students.
Reading by Carla Harryman, author of seventeen books and Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Eastern Michigan University
- Thursday, October 6
- 7:30 p.m.
- Bingham Poetry Room in Ekstrom Library
Wittreich Family Lecture: “The Millennial Condition: A Report on Knowledge” by Barrett Watten, a language-centered poet, critic, editor, and publisher
- Friday, October 7
- 3:15 p.m.
- Elaine Chao Auditorium in Ekstrom Library
Sharon Marcus, Orlando Harriman Professor of English and Comparative Literature and Dean of Humanities, Arts and Sciences, Columbia University talk on “The Stuff of Theater”
- Monday, October 10
- 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
- Chao Auditorium (in the basement of Ekstrom Library)
Discourse and Semiotics Work-in-Progress Workshop: “The Stories We Learn to Tell: New Teachers’ Narratives of Identity”
- Friday, October 14
- 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
- Stephenson Hall 407
- If you would like to witness and participate in a rhet/comp dissertation chapter in progress, this UofL Discourse and Semiotics Workshop is free, open to the public, and might show you a little bit of what’s behind the dissertation-writing curtain.
“Transforming Teacher Education: Reconfiguring the Academic Work” by Viv Ellis
- Wednesday, October 19
- 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
- Humanities 300
- This event is devoted to a discussion with Viv of Transforming Teacher Education: Reconfiguring the Academic Work, available for purchase online and from the University of Louisville library as an e-book.This event is sponsored by the University of Louisville College of Education & Human Development’s Language, Literacy, Cultures, and Communities reading group and the Endowed Chair in Rhetoric and Composition.
Thomas R. Watson Conference: Mobility Work in Composition: Translation, Migration, Transformation
- Thursday, October 20-Saturday, October 22
- All day
- Bingham Humanities Building and Strickler Hall @ UofL
Deirdre Lynch, Harvard University talk on “Poems out of Place and Books Unbound”
- Friday, November 4
- 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
- HM 205
*Check out the Writing Center events calendar for upcoming writing events.
*Check out the PLAN Workshop series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.
CALLS FOR PAPERS
- Currently accepting proposals: You Are Here: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Place, Space, and Embodiment, March 23-25 2017 at Creighton University (you-are-here-cfp-2017)
- Deadline October 7, 2016 – Appalachian Studies Conference on “Extreme Appalachia”
- Accepting proposals between August 15-October 10 – 38th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum
- Deadline October 28, 2016 – Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) Conference, and session entitled “Exploring the Symbiotic Relationships of Archaeology and Digital Humanities” (abstract below); contact Dr. Richards-Rissetto (firstname.lastname@example.org) with session questions
- Deadline November 1, 2016 – CCC Special Issue CFP – “The Public Work of Composition”
- Deadline November 1, 2016 – 38th Annual Southwest Popular and American Culture Conference
- Deadline November 25, 2016 – 6th Annual International Conference on Language, Literature, and Linguistics
CAA Session Abstract:
- computing technologies on exchange and development of cross-disciplinary methods
- affordances of web-based and desktop technologies for research
- linked data and digital narratives, e.g., network analysis or digital editions of excavations reports
- open spatial data challenges
- role of theoretical paradigms from diverse disciplines on digital approaches and technological developments for cultural studies