The Association for Computers and the Humanities is sponsoring two sessions at the 2002 convention of the Modern Language Association, in New York City, from 27 through 30 December: see below for the details.
We also offer a guide to all computer-related sessions at the convention.
Although the 2002 convention is now in the past, this information will remain available, as a record of what went on. Similar information for many other years is available via the main page on ACH MLA sessions.
Practice, Theory, and Profession: English Studies and New Technologies
Saturday, 28 December 2002, 3:30 to 4:45 p.m., Gibson Room, Hilton
Presiding: Michael Hanrahan, Bates College
- "The Rhetoric of New Media: Teaching a Rhetoric of Hypertext," Jeff Rice, University of Florida
- "Technology of Our Own: Computer Literacy and the Small Press," Jim O’Loughlin, University of Northern Iowa
- "Old Dogs/New Tricks? New Technologies, the Canon, and the Structure of the Profession," Deborah Madsen, South Bank University
The New Apprenticeship: Navigating Collaboration in Digital Studies
Monday, 30 December 2002, 1:45 to 3:00 p.m., Concourse D, Hilton
Presiding: Susan Schreibman, University of Maryland, College Park
- "The Blake Archive & More," Matthew Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland, College Park
- "Editing the Walt Whitman Archive," Kenneth M. Price, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- "Managing the Walt Whitman Archive," Alice Rutkowski, University of Virginia
- "Managing & Editing the Dickinson Electronic Archives," Lara Vetter, Dickinson Electronic Archives