Presentations

INVITED TALKS

Alexandria is a Port: The Digital Library in Physical Space, Response to John Palfrey at the Fredric M. Miller Memorial Lecture, Philadelphia, PA, May 2012.

The History and Future of Academic Conferences (Specifically THATCamp), Athens, GA, March 2012.

Aubade: The Soul and Body of a Library, Remarks made at the Digital Public Library of America plenary meeting, Washington, DC, October 2011.

Imagine a National Digital Library: I Wonder If We Can, Electronic Resources and Libraries, Austin, TX, March 2011.

Plied With Cheese No More: New Metaphors for the University in a Digital Future, The Digital and the Human(ities), symposium, Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies 2010-2011, University of Texas, Austin, TX, March 2011.

“Humanities Research Methods 1860-2060,” Re:Humanities: A Symposium on Digital Media in Academia, Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges, Ardmore, PA, November 2010.

Training Humanists in the Digital Age, panel, Knowledge Futures Spring 2010 Forum, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, April 2010.

Co-host of Digital Campus podcast, digitalcampus.tv, beginning with episode 61, October 17, 2010.

Guest host on Digital Campus podcast, digitalcampus.tv, episodes 44, 48, 52, 57, 59, 60, September 30, 2009-September 27, 2010.

TALKS

Large Digital Libraries: Beyond Google Books, special session, Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA, January 2012.

“Electronic Infinite Jest,” Infinite Jest and the Internet, South by Southwest Interactive, Austin, TX, March 2011.

Your Twitter Followers and Facebook Friends Won’t Read Your Peer-Reviewed Article If They Have to Pay For It, and Neither Will Strangers, The Open Professoriat on the Social Web, special session, Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA, January 2011.

Wosh, Peter and Amanda French, Out of the Classroom and into the Laboratory: Experimenting with Archives Education 3.0, panel, Archives*Records / DC 2010, Washington, DC, August 2010.

The Binary Hero, World One, and World Zero, Swarming Plato’s Cave: Rethinking Digital Fantasies, South by Southwest Interactive, Austin, TX, March 2010.

Wosh, Peter and Amanda French, Digital History Across the Curriculum, Digital Humanities (ACH/ALLC), College Park, MD, June 2009.

Basic Digital Skills for Historians, American Association for History and Computing Annual Conference, Fairfax, VA, April 2009.

From Horse and Buggy to Hovercraft: My Research Before and After Google Book Search, SHARP Special Session, “The Library of Google: Researching Scanned Books,” Modern Language Association Annual Convention, December 2008.

Kendall, Tyler and Amanda French. Digital Audio Archives, Computer-Enhanced Transcripts, and New Methods in Sociolinguistic Analysis, Digital Humanities (ACH/ALLC), Paris, France, July 2006. Abstract reprinted in conference proceedings pp. 110-112.

Hybrid Cyber-Librarians: The CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship, Panel, Association for Computers and the Humanities / Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing Annual Conference, Victoria, BC, Canada, 2005.

The CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship, Roundtable, Association of College and Research Libraries Annual Conference, 2005.

The Provincial Patriotism of In Flanders Fields, South Central Modern Language Association Conference, Houston, TX, 2005.

The Villanelle 1574-2005, Sixteenth-Century Society and Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2005.

Return to Villanelle of the Temptress, North American James Joyce Conference, Ithaca, NY, 2005.

Othering Poetic Form Through Translation, American Literary Translators Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, 2004.