The Association for Computers and the Humanities is sponsoring two sessions at the 2003 convention of the Modern Language Association, in San Diego, 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 2003 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.
Session 8: Electronic Theory and Criticism
Saturday, 27 December 2003, 3:30 to 4:45 p.m., Cunningham A, Manchester Grand Hyatt
Presiding: Vika Zafrin, Brown University
- “Show, Not Tell: The Value of New Media Scholarship”, Cheryl E. Ball, Michigan Technological University
- “The Simultaneous South: An Electronic, Multilinear Approach to Borges’ ‘The South’”, Marjorie C. Luesebrink, Irvine Valley College
Respondent: Thomas Swiss, University of Iowa
Session 490: New Paradigms in Humanities Computing
Monday, 29 December 2003, 10:15 to 11:30 a.m., Del Mar B, Manchester Grand Hyatt
Presiding: Stephen J. Ramsay, University of Georgia
- “‘Is this a vision? is this a dream?’: Finding new dimensions in Shakespeare criticism,” Michael Best, University of Victoria
- “Humanities Computing and Community of Minds: Situating the Individual in the Collective,” Mark V. Olsen, University of Chicago
- “Cybernetic Constructivism,” Stephen Ramsay, University of Georgia