Public Events

  • Matthew Edney, University of South Maine, talk title “Cartography as Myth: Rethinking Maps, Mapping, and Their Histories”, September 6, 2019, 4:00 pm, location: TBA
  • Ted Underwood, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, talk title: "Machine Learning and Historical Perspective", September 20, 2019, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Matthew Jones, Columbia University, talk title: TBA, October 11, 2019, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Mario Khreiche, University of Pittsburgh, talk title: "Revisiting the Automation Debate in the Digital Age", October 24, 2019, 4:00 pm, location: TBA
  • Richard Marciano, University of Maryland, talk title: TBA, November 1, 2019, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Sabina Leonelli, University of Exeter, talk title: "Data In and Out of Information Ecosystems: Lessons from the Study of Data Journeys", November 15, 2019, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, University of Pennsylvania, talk title: TBA, December 6, 2019, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Jo Guldi, Southern Methodist University, talk title: "A Distant Reading of Property: Topic Models, Divergence, Collocation, and Other Text-Mining Strategies to Understand a Modern Intellectual Revolution in the Archives", January 10, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Safiya Umoja Noble, University of California, Los Angeles, talk title: TBA, January 24, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Matthew Lincoln, Carnegie Mellon University, talk title: "Ways of Forgetting: The Librarian, The Historian, and the Machine," February 7, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Eduoard Machery, University of Pittsburgh, talk title: TBA, February 21, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Colin Allen, University of PIttsburgh, talk title: TBA, March 6, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Bill Rankin, Yale University, talk title: TBA, March 20, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Marie Hicks, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, talk title: TBA, April 10, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA
  • Melissa Finucane, RAND Corporation, talk title: “Does use-inspired science produce useful information?”, April 24, 2020, time: TBA, location: TBA