Please note: schedule subject to change.

Friday – 26 June 2015

ALL DAY
10.00am-3.30pm Turning Digital: Delights, Dangers & Drama. A free digitisation seminar & tour for the GLAM sector Metcalfe Auditorium, Ground Floor, Macquarie Wing, State Library of NSW. Free, Bookings Essential

 

Sunday – 28 June 2015

ALL DAY
9.30am-5.30pm ADHO Steering Committee meeting (by invitation) Level 5, Room 15, UWS Parramatta City campus, 100 George St, Parramatta (ADHO SC members meet Paul Arthur at 9.00am in foyer of the Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta. The meeting venue is only a short walk away. Lunch will be provided.)
EVENING
7.00pm ADHO All Boards Dinner (by invitation) Liana’s, 306 Church St (cnr Phillip st) Parramatta

 

Monday – 29 June 2015

For directions to and from UWS Parramatta South campus, including public transport and taxi information, see the Getting to ParramattaPlan Your Travel Around Sydney and Campus Taxi Waiting Point guidelines. Please note that 4 people can share a taxi for approximately $15 from Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta to UWS Parramatta South campus.
ALL DAY
Time TBC LODLAM Summit State Library of New South Wales
9.00am-4.00pm New Scholars Seminar in Digital Humanities, sponsored by the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI), centerNet and the Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH) with assistance from the Australasian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC). Convenors: Rachel Hendery (Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities, UWS) and Geoffrey Rockwell (Director, Kule Institute for Advanced Study, University of Alberta, Canada) (by invitation) EA building (EA.2.30) with breakout rooms (EA.2.20, EA.2.21, EA.2.22, EA.2.27, EA.2.28), UWS Parramatta South campus
9.00am-3.00pm ADHO Constituent Organisations Executive Committee meetings (EADH and centerNet, by invitation) EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus (EADH room EA.2.04 / centerNet room EA.2.02)
AM
8.30am onwards DH2015 workshops check-in EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
9.30am-12.30pm DH2015 workshops (full and half-day): SEPARATE REGISTRATION HERE EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
9.30am-12.30pm Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Local, National, and International Training – a mini-conference and members meeting sponsored by the International Digital Humanities Training Network (by invitation). EA building (EA.G.19), UWS Parramatta South campus
10.30am-11.30am Morning Tea available (fully catered) EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
PM
12.30pm-1.30pm Lunch (fully catered) EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
1.00pm-4.00pm Public Event – Building Communities and Networks in the Humanities, sponsored by the Australasian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC) with the support of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), centerNet, the International Digital Humanities Training Network, and the UWS Digital Humanities Research Group. Convenors: Paul Arthur (UWS) and Tully Barnett (Flinders University). This is a public event. No registration or RSVP is required.

Chair: Paul Arthur (President, Australasian Association for Digital Humanities / Chair, Digital Humanities, UWS)  

Speakers:

  • Welcome – Peter Hutchings (Dean, Humanities and Communication Arts, UWS)
  • Tully Barnett (Research Officer, ACHRC / Flinders University)
  • Robert Phiddian (Director, ACHRC / Deputy Dean, School of Humanities and Creative Arts, Flinders University)
  • Christina Parolin (Executive Director, Australian Academy of the Humanities)
  • Steven Schwartz (Executive Director, CHASS)
  • Willard McCarty (Humanist electronic seminar / UWS, King’s College London)
  • Geoffrey Rockwell (Convenor, KIAS Around the World symposium / Director, Kule Institute for Advanced Study, University of Alberta, Canada)
  • Alex Gil (Global Outlook::Digital Humanities Special Interest Group / Columbia University, New York)

— Afternoon tea break 2.30pm-2.45pm —

Chair: Harold Short (Digital Humanities, UWS / King’s College London)  

Speakers:

  • Masahiro Shimoda (Chair, Japanese Association for Digital Humanities / University of Tokyo)
  • Hyeongkwon Lee (Humanities Contents project) with translation by Kyungsook Suh, discussants Kumyoung Lee and Sea Jeong Kim (Chungnam National University, South Korea)
  • Jieh Hsiang (Center for Digital Humanities Research, National Taiwan University)
  • Attie de Lange (Languages and Literature in the SA Context / North-west University, Potchefstroom, South Africa)
  • Padmini Murray (South Asian Digital Humanities Project / Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore, India)
  • Neil Fraistat (Director, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities / Co-Director, centerNet) and Kay Walter (Chair, Digital Initiatives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska-Lincoln / Co-Director, centerNet)
EA building (EA.G.18), UWS Parramatta South campus
1.30pm-4.30pm DH2015 workshops (full and half-day): SEPARATE REGISTRATION HERE EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
2.30pm-3.30pm Afternoon Tea available (fully catered) EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
4.00pm-6.00pm ADHO Steering Committee meeting (by invitation) EA building (room EA.2.09), UWS Parramatta South campus
4.15pm-5.45pm Australasian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC) open meeting, discussing current issues of concern in the Humanities (all welcome) EA building (room EA.2.02), UWS Parramatta South campus
See note above about transport from UWS Parramatta South campus to Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta
EVENING
6.30pm-7.30pm centerNet / ACHRC networking drinks (by invitation) Bavarian Bier Café, 2-8 Phillip Street, Parramatta
7.30pm for 8.00pm ADHO Chairs dinner (by invitation) Private function room, El-Phoenician Restaurant, 328 Church Street, Parramatta. For directions, see map.

 

Tuesday – 30 June 2015

For directions to and from UWS Parramatta South campus, including public transport and taxi information, see the Getting to ParramattaPlan Your Travel Around Sydney and Campus Taxi Waiting Point guidelines. Please note that 4 people can share a taxi for approximately $15 from Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta to UWS Parramatta South campus.
ALL DAY
Time TBC LODLAM Summit State Library of New South Wales
9.00am-5.00pm New Scholars Seminar in Digital Humanities, sponsored by the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI), centerNet and the Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH) with assistance from the Australasian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC). Convenors: Rachel Hendery (Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities, UWS) and Geoffrey Rockwell (Director, Kule Institute for Advanced Study, University of Alberta, Canada) (by invitation) EA building (EA.2.30) with breakout rooms (EA.2.20, EA.2.21, EA.2.22, EA.2.27, EA.2.28), UWS Parramatta South campus. The afternoon program continues in central Sydney, followed by the conference launch event.
9.30am-4.00pm Humanities Research Infrastructure Workshop, sponsored by the Australian Academy of the Humanities (by invitation) Metcalfe Auditorium, State Library of New South Wales
AM
8.30am onwards DH2015 workshops check-in EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
9.30am-12.30pm DH2015 workshops (half-day only): SEPARATE REGISTRATION HERE EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
10.30am-11.30am Morning Tea available (fully catered) EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
PM
12.30pm-1.30pm Lunch (fully catered) EA building (foyer), UWS Parramatta South campus
1.45pm Coach transfer provided from UWS Parramatta South campus to Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta.Please note that delegates will need to make their own way to the State Library of New South Wales as no return coach transfers are provided. Details about travelling from Parramatta Train Station to the State Library can be viewed here. Information regarding the Conference Launch can be viewed here and a map of how to walk from St James Train Station to the State Library can be viewed here.
4.00pm Public exhibitions at the State Library of New South Wales and walking in the adjacent Royal Botanic Gardens (free admission, own arrangements) State Library of New South Wales and Royal Botanic Gardens
EVENING
5.30pm-7.30pm Conference Launch and Welcome Reception (included in Full and Day conference registrations)

  • Welcome to Country (Uncle Chicka Madden)
  • Alex Byrne (State Librarian and Chief Executive, State Library of New South Wales)
  • Special Guest Speaker, Rachel Frick (Digital Public Library of America)
  • Drinks and canapés
  • Dress: smart casual
Mitchell Library Reading Room, State Library of New South Wales
DH2015 delegates to make own arrangements for return transport to Parramatta (convenient train and bus options available)

 

Wednesday – 1 July 2015

AM
7:30am Coach transfer provided from Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta to UWS Parramatta South campus
8.00am onwards DH2015 conference registration EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
8.00am-8.45am EADH Business Meeting (EADH members only) EQ Building (EQ.G.05), UWS Parramatta South campus (EADH members meet Arianna Ciula at 7.40am at the DH2015 registration desk in EE auditorium)
9.00am-9.30am Conference opening, Day 1

  • Welcome to Country (Uncle Greg Simms)
  • Paul Arthur (DH2015 Convenor, President, Australasian Association for Digital Humanities)
  • Barney Glover (Vice-Chancellor and President, University of Western Sydney)
  • John Fitzgerald (President, Australian Academy of the Humanities)
  • John Nerbonne (ADHO Steering Committee Chair, University of Groningen)
  • Øyvind Eide (ADHO Awards Committee Chair) introduces Mark Algee-Hewitt (Stanford University) to announce the shortlist for the Paul Fortier Prize for best paper by a young scholar / early stage researcher
EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
9.30am-9.40am Gale Cengage Learning, Gold Sponsor presentation – Ray Abruzzi (Vice President and Publisher of Gale Digital Collections) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
9.40am-11.00am Keynote – Jeffrey T. Schnapp (Harvard University). Chair: Paul Arthur (University of Western Sydney) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
11.00am-11.30am Morning Tea EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
11.30am-1.00pm Parallel sessions 1 EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
PM
1.00pm-2.30pm Lunch (fully catered) EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
1.15pm-2.15pm Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) / European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) combined Annual General Meeting (all welcome) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
2.30pm-4.00pm Parallel sessions 2 EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
4.00pm-6.00pm Poster session and drinks reception (included in Full and Day conference registrations) EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
6.15pm Coach transfer provided from UWS Parramatta South campus to Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta
EVENING
7.30pm Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) Newcomers’ dinner (click on link for information and sign-up sheet) Parramatta venues, groups departing 7.15pm from foyer of the Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta
7.30pm Plenary dinner (by invitation) Rear dining room, Table 30 restaurant, Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta

 

Thursday – 2 July 2015

AM
6.15am for 6.30am departure DH2015 (Unofficial) Fun Run (led by Chris Meister and Tomoji Tabata) ‘Parramatta Park Outer Loop’, which is a 2.9km circuit in beautiful parkland. (Meet in foyer of Park Royal Hotel at 6.15am, returning by 7.30am)
8.00am Coach transfer provided from Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta to UWS Parramatta South campus
8.00am onwards DH2015 conference registration EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
9.00am-9.15am Conference opening, Day 2

  • Harold Short (UWS Digital Humanities / King’s College London)
  • Deb Verhoeven (DH2015 Program Committee Chair, Deakin University)
EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
9.15am-10.30am Keynote – Genevieve Bell (Intel Labs, USA). Chair: Deb Verhoeven (Deakin University) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
10.30am-11.00am Morning Tea EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
11.00am-12.30pm Parallel sessions 3 EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
PM
12.30pm-2.00pm Lunch (fully catered) EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
12.45pm-1.45pm ADHO Special Interest Groups joint meeting (all welcome) (agenda) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
12.45pm-1.45pm Meet up: Digital humanities researchers inform development of global data infrastructure.
Facilitators: Bridget Almas (Research Data Alliance/Tufts University) and Ingrid Mason (ANDS/Intersect Australia) (all welcome)
EA building (room EA.2.02), UWS Parramatta South campus
12.45pm-1.45pm DHN, DH in Nordic countries meeting (all welcome) EA building (room EA.2.20), UWS Parramatta South campus
2.00pm-3.15pm Plenary Panel: Indigenous Digital Knowledge – Peter Read (Panel Convenor, Australian National University / University of Western Sydney), Susan Beetson (Queensland University of Technology), Peter Radoll (University of Newcastle) and Julia Torpey (Australian National University). Participating Chair: Hart Cohen (University of Western Sydney) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
3.15pm-3.45pm Afternoon Tea EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
3.45pm-5.15pm Parallel sessions 4 EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
5.30pm Coach transfer provided from UWS Parramatta South campus to Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta
EVENING
7.00pm for 7.30pm Conference dinner (book during the conference registration process)

  • Introduction to the history of Old Government House (Brian Powyer)
  • Dinner sponsor welcomes guests (ProQuest representative Mark Ly)
  • Award of ADHO and New Scholar bursaries, presented by Øyvind Eide (Chair, ADHO Awards Committee, University of Passau), Tomoji Tabata (University of Osaka) and Rachel Hendery (University of Western Sydney)
  • Special acknowledgements by Peter Hutchings (Dean, School of Humanities and Communication Arts) and Hart Cohen (University of Western Sydney)
  • Music by Sydney Jazz Collective
Lachlan’s at Old Government House, Parramatta. (Meet in foyer of Park Royal Hotel at 6.45pm, or follow the map here. The restaurant is only a 10-minute walk.)

 

Friday – 3 July 2015

AM
8.00am Coach transfer provided from Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta to UWS Parramatta South campus
8.00am onwards DH2015 conference registration EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
9.00am-10.30am Parallel sessions 5 EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
10.30am-11.00am Morning Tea EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
11.00am-12.30pm Parallel sessions 6 EA building, UWS Parramatta South campus
PM
12.30pm-2.00pm Lunch (fully catered) EE auditorium foyer, UWS Parramatta South campus
12.45pm-1.45pm ADHO/centerNet combined Annual General Meeting (all welcome) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
2.00pm-3.00pm Keynote – Tim Sherratt (National Library of Australia / University of Canberra). Chair: Richard Neville (Mitchell Librarian, State Library of New South Wales) EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
3.00pm-3.30pm Afternoon Tea EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
3.30pm-5.00pm Closing ceremony. John Nerbonne (ADHO Steering Committee Chair, University of Groningen)

  • Willard McCarty (UWS Digital Humanities / King’s College London), honouring Emeritus Professor John Burrows and announcing the Australasian Association for Digital Humanities John Burrows Award [3.35pm-3.40pm]
  • Guest speech by Emeritus Professor John Burrows, founder of computational stylistics (Centre for Literary and Linguistic Computing, University of Newcastle) [3.40pm-4.10pm]
  • ADHO Awards Committee presentations: Paul Fortier Prize for best paper by a young scholar / early stage researcher, presented by Mark Algee-Hewitt (Stanford University); Anthem Press Prize and CAA Australia Prize, presented by Elena González-Blanco García (UNED, Madrid) [4.10pm-4.25pm]
  • Roberto Busa Prize winner announced by Elena González-Blanco García, representing the Chair of the Busa Awards Committee Hugh Craig (University of Newcastle) [4.25pm-4.30pm]
  • Upcoming Digital Humanities conferences, Claire Clivaz (for ADHO Conference Coordinating Committee): Digital Humanities 2016 conference overview by Maciej Eder (Pedagogical University of Kraków); Digital Humanities 2017 conference announcement by Susan Brown (CSDH/SCHN) and Diane Jakacki (2017 PC Chair); and Digital Humanities 2018 conference announcement by Claire Clivaz [4.30pm-4.45pm]
  • Final remarks: Paul Arthur (Convenor), Deb Verhoeven (PC Chair) and John Nerbonne (ADHO Steering Committee Chair) [4.45pm-5.00pm]
EE auditorium, UWS Parramatta South campus
5.15pm Coach transfer provided from UWS Parramatta South campus to Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta
EVENING
7.00pm GovHack 2015 opening Multiple Venues

 

Saturday – 4 July 2015

ALL DAY
(See website) GovHack 2015 Multiple Venues
(See website) WW1 Hack State Library of New South Wales

 

Sunday – 5 July 2015

ALL DAY
(See website) GovHack 2015 Multiple Venues
(See website) WW1 Hack State Library of New South Wales
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