Conferences Modern Language Association ACH Sessions

ACH Sessions at the 2002 MLA Convention

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

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