My Presentations

Conference Presentations

Digital Humanities 2011, June 19-22, 2011, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. “Supporting Scientific Discoveries to Answer Art Authorship Related Questions Across Diverse Disciplines and Geographically Distributed Resources”: Paper Presentation. Co-authored with: Peter Bajcsy, Rob Kooper, Luigi Marini, Tenzing Shaw, Anne D. Hedeman, Robert Markley, Michael Simeone, Natalie Hanson, and Simon Appleford of the University of Illinois; Peter Ainsworth and Michael Meredith, University of Sheffield (UK); Dean Rehberger, Justine  Richardson, Matthew Geimer, and Steve M. Cohen, Michigan State University. (Digital Humanities 2011: Digging into Image Data presentation)

Southeastern CONTENTdm Users Group 2011 Conference, May 12-13, 2011, Charleston, South Carolina. “Digital Humanities-Library Partnerships: Research Collaborations for Innovative Scholarship”: Paper Presentation. (Southeast Content DM Users Meeting: Digital Humanities Library Partnerships Presentation)

Access to the Grid: Interfacing the Grid with Humanities Technologies, July 5, 2010, King’s College London. “What’s So Great about the Virtual? Strategies and Challenges for “All-Virtual” HASS Conferences.” Co-Presentation with Simon Appleford, University of Illinois. (Access to the Grid: What’s So Great Presentation)

Third International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry, May 4, 2007, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  “Chasing Objectivity: Sport, Auto-ethnography, and Indian Mascots.”

Committee on Institutional Cooperation, American Indian Studies Consortium, Seventh Annual Graduate Conference, April 21, 2006, Indiana University. “Educating the Public: Sports Mascots, History, and Racial Ideology.”

The Association for Cultural Studies, Fifth Annual Conference: Crossroads in Cultural Studies, June 26, 2004, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Educating the Public: Sports Mascots, History, and Racial Ideology.”

Capitalizing on Sport: America, Democracy, and Everyday Life. Conference sponsored by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society, March 14, 2003. “Native American Mascots and American Historiography.”

North American Society for Sport History, May 2002, French Lick, IN. “Red Card: the Role of Native Americans as Sports Mascots: A Case Study of Miami University.”

Poster Presentations

Microsoft Research eScience Workshop, October 11, 2010, Berkeley, California. “Supporting Scientific Discoveries to Answer Art Authorship Related Questions Across Diverse Disciplines and Geographically Distributed Resources”: Poster Presentation. Co-authored with: Peter Bajcsy, Rob Kooper, Luigi Marini, Tenzing Shaw, Anne D. Hedeman, Robert Markley, Michael Simeone, and Natalie Hanson of the University of Illinois.

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