Publications and Presentations


by Matrix Staff and Affiliated Faculty

2015

Potts, Liza. 2015. “Archive Experiences: A Vision for User-Centered Design in the Digital Humanities.” In Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities edited by Bill Hart-Davidson and Jim Ridolfo. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Potts, Liza. 2015. "Can't Stop the Fandom: Writing Participation in the Firefly 'Verse." Kairos special issue on digital rhetoric and social media.

Potts, Liza, Holden, Dean, Dobruse, K. 2015. “Fracturing Digital Entertainment by Kindling Rivalries and Blowing Steam.” Cultures of Copyright. Editor Dànielle Nicole DeVoss and Martine Courant Rife. Peter Lang.

Potts, Liza. 2015. “Architecting Experiences During Times of Disaster.” UXPA Magazine. User Experience Professional Association.

Veit, HelenFood in the Civil War Era: The South. Michigan State University Press.

 

2014

Andersen, A., Benavete, S., Clark, D., Hart-Davidson, Bill, Rude, C., Hackos, J. 2014. “Open research questions for academics and industry professionals: results of a survey.” Communication Design Quarterly Review 1.4. New York: ACM.

Daer, A., Potts, Liza. 2014. “Teaching and Learning with Social Media: Tools, Cultures, and Best Practices.” Programmatic Perspectives. 6.2.

Potts, Liza. 2014. Social Media in Disaster Response: How Experience Architects Can Build for Participation. Routledge: Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Series.

Potts, Liza. 2014. “Usable DRM: Sailing the Pirate’s Seas for Legal Entertainment.” In Legal Issues in Global Contexts edited by Kirk St.Amant and Martine Rife. Baywood’s Technical Communication Series.

Potts, Liza and Scales, C. 2014. “Capturing the Ephemeral: Using Digital Tools to Record Sites of Participatory Memory.” Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. ACM SIGDOC.

Ridolfo, Jim and Hart-Davidson, Bill. 2014. Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities. University of Chicago Press.

Veit, Helen. 2014. Food in the Civil War Era: The North. Michigan State University Press.

 

2013

Grabill, Jeff. 2012. “Messy Rhetoric: Identity Performance as Rhetorical Agency in Online Public Forums” (with Stacey Pigg) Rhetoric Society Quarterly 42 (2012): 99-119.

Grabill, Jeff. 2013. “Ubiquitous Writing, Technologies, and the Social Practice of Literacies of Coordination.” (with Stacey Pigg, Beth Brunk-Chavez, Jessie L. Moore, Paula Rosinski, and Paul G. Curran). Written Communication 31: 1-27.

Potts, Liza. 2013. Social Media in Disaster Response: How Experience Architects Can Build for Participation. Routledge.

Potts, Liza. 2013. "Mapping Posthuman Experiences." Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Annual Conference.

Potts, Liza, Harrison, A. 2013. “Interfaces as Rhetorical Constructions: Reddit and 4chan During the Boston Marathon Bombings.” Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. ACM SIGDOC.

Potts, Liza, Getto, G., Gossett, K., Salvo, M. 2013. “Teaching UX: Designing Programs to Train the Next Generation of UX Experts.” Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. ACM SIGDOC.

Potts, Liza, Mara, A., Bartocci, G. 2013. “The Ethics of Agile Ethnography.” Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. ACM SIGDOC.

Ridolfo, Jim. 2013. "Delivering Textual Diaspora: Building Digital Cultural Repositories as Rhetoric Research." College English.

Veit, Helen. 2013. Modern Food, Moral Food: Self-Control, Science, and the Rise of Modern American Eating in the Early Twentieth Century. University of North Carolina Press.

 

2012

Grabill, Jeff. 2012. “The Value of Computing, Ambient Data, Ubiquitous Connectivity for Changing the Work of Communication Designers.” (with Bill Hart-Davidson). Communication Design Quarterly Review 1.1: 16-22.

Potts, Liza. 2012. “Amanda Palmer and the #LOFNOTC: How Online Fan Participation is Rewriting Music Labels.” Participants: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies. 9 (2). http://www.participations.org/Volume%209/Issue%202/20%20Potts.pdf.

Potts, Liza, Hart-Davidson, Bill, & Tegtmeyer, Rebecca. 2012. "Tracing and Responding to Foodborne Illness." 30th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. Seattle, WA. ACM SIGDOC.

Potts, Liza & Albers, Michael. 2012. "Defining the Design of Communication." Communication Design Quarterly. New York: ACM:SIGDOC.

Potts, Liza. 2012. "Startup Culture and University Innovation." Annual Conference of the Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication.

Potts, Liza & Rehberger, Dean. 2012. "There's an App for That! A workshop for building mobile apps." Workshop for Annual Association of African American Museums.

Potts, Liza & Hart-Davidson, Bill. 2012. "User-Centered Design Techniques for Systems Development: A Hands-On Workshop." Workshop for Annual Information Technology Conference. Sponsored by Libraries, Computing and Technology at Michigan State University.

Ridolfo, Jim, Michel, Tony, & Sheridan, David. 2012. The Available Means of Persuasion: Mapping a Theory and Pedagogy of Multimodal Public Rhetoric. Anderson, South Carolina: Parlor Press.

Ridolfo, Jim. 2012. "Rhetorical Delivery as Strategy: Researching the Fifth Canon Through Practitioner Stories." Rhetoric Review 31.2: 117-129. Nominated finalist for 2012 Theresa J. Enos Anniversary Award for best essay in Rhetoric Review.

Watrall, Ethan. 2012. Building Digital Capacity Among Archaeology Graduate Students, Midwest Archaeology Conference, Michigan State University.

Watrall, Ethan. 2012. msu.seum: Mobile Engagement for Public Archaeology, Midwest Archaeology Conference, Michigan State University.

Watrall, Ethan. 2012. Michigan State University's Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative: Developing a Model for Training and Capacity Building in Digital Cultural Heritage, High Tech Heritage Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Watrall, Ethan. 2012. Red Land/Black Land: A Case for Cultural Heritage Serious Games, High Tech Heritage Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Watrall, Ethan. 2012. Whose Past, Whose Digital Past? Some Key Policy Choices for Cultural Heritage on the Web, High Tech Heritage Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Watrall, Ethan. 2012. Building Digital Skills and Capacity in the Archaeological Community, Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee.

Watrall, Ethan, Zucconi, Laura, Ueno, Hannah, & Rosner, Lisa. 2012. Pox and the City: Challenges in Writing a Digital History Game in Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki, eds. Writing History in the Digital Age. Open access edition http://writinghistory.trincoll.edu/

 

2011

Cohen, Steve. 2011. "Assessing Tools for Archival Education," workshop at Archival Education and Research Institute, Simmons College, Boston, MA (July 2011)

Hart-Davidson, Bill, McLeod, Michael, Klerkx, C., Wojcik, M. 2010. A method for measuring helpfulness in online peer review. Proceedings of the 28th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication - SIGDOC '10. New York, NY: ACM Press. 115-122.

McCarthy, J., Grabill, Jeff, Hart-Davidson, Bill, & McLeod, Michael. 2011. Content Management in the Workplace: Community, Context, and a New Way to Organize Writing. Journal of Business & Technical Communication 25.3. 1-29.

Neff, Joyce, Potts, Liza, Whithaus, Carl. 2011. "Collaborative Methodologies for New Media Research: Using Grounded Theory and Contextual Inquiry." Collaborative approaches to the digital. Editor Laura McGrath. Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press (Editor Gail Hawser and Cynthia Selfe). http://ccdigitalpress.org/ebooks-and-projects/cad.

Pennington, Scott. January 2008 - present. Producer of 47 episodes of Africa Past and Present Podcast (http://afripod.aodl.org)

Potts, Liza & Jones, D. 2011. "Contextualizing Experience: Tracing the Relationships Between People and Technologies in the Social Web." Journal of Business and Technical Communication. 25(2).

Potts, Liza. 2011. "Being an Ambassador: Partnering with Industry/Academia for Usability Testing" Annual Conference of the Council for Programs in Technical & Scientific Communication.

Potts, Liza, Seitzinger, J., Jones, D., Harrison, A. 2011. “Tweeting Disaster: Hashtags Constructions and Collisions.” Proceedings of the 29th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. Italy: ACM SIGDOC.

Ridolfo, Jim, Hart-Davidson, Bill, & McLeod, Michael. 2011. "Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities: Imagining the Michigan State University Israelite Samaritan Archive as a Thriving Social Network." Journal of Community Informatics 7.3. Available at <http://ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/article/view/754>.

Shaw, Tenzing and Peter Bajcsy. 2011. "Automation of Digital Historical Map Analyses," IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging (January 2011)

Watrall, Ethan. 2011 iAKS: A Web 2.0 Archaeological Knowledge Management System in Web 2.0 and the Future of Archaeological Communication in Tools for Archaeological Collaboration and Communication, Coston Institute Press (forthcoming, May 2011)

Watrall, Ethan, Sarah Witcher-Kansa, Eric Kansa (eds.). 2011. Web 2.0 and Beyond: New Tools for Archaeological Collaboration and Communication, Coston Institute Press (expected publication date, May 2011)

Watrall, Ethan. 2011. Cultural Heritage Informatics: a model for digital practice, capacity building, and education in cultural heritage, Midwest Historic Archaeology Conference, Michigan State University

2010

Alegi, Peter. 2010. African Soccerscapes: How a Continent Changed the World's Game. Athens: Ohio University Press; London: Christopher Hurst.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. Laduma! Soccer, Politics and Society in South Africa. Scottsville: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2004. 2nd Edition.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. South Africa and the Global Game: Football, Apartheid, and Beyond, co-edited with Chris Bolsmann London: Routledge.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "Roundtable: The FIFA World Cup 2010 in the News," Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies 31, 2 (2010): 225-237. With Chris Bolsmann, Simon Kuper, Rodney Reiners, and John Turnbull.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "From Apartheid to Unity: White Capital and Black Power in the Racial Integration of South African Football, 1976–1992," African Historical Review 42, 1 (2010): 1-18. With Chris Bolsmann.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "A Biography of Darius Dhlomo: Transnational Footballer in the era of Apartheid, " Soccer and Society 11, 1-2 (2010), 46-62.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "South Africa and the Global Game: Introduction," Soccer and Society 11, 1-2 (2010), 1-11. With Chris Bolsmann.

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "From Marginalization and Struggle to Global Integration: Africa and the World Cup in Historical Perspective," lecture, "After the Thrill Has Gone: Reflections on the 2010 FIFA World Cup," Eighth Annual Teach-In, Department of Politics and International Studies, Rhodes University, Grahamstown (September 2010).

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "The Legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa," panelist, DAAD German-South African Soccer Lecture Series, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (September 2010).

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "Globalizing History: Transformations in Teaching and Learning through Cultural Exchange," lecture at the International Relations Colloquium, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban (August 2010).

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "Football, Nationhood and Pan-Africanism After Independence," paper presented at the Wits School of Social Sciences Seminar Series in Social and Historical Enquiry, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (August 2010).

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "The Socio-Historical Impact of the 2010 World Cup on South Africa," invited plenary speaker, South African Sport and Recreation conference, Durban (August 2010)

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "African Soccerscapes: How a Continent Changed the World Game," presentation at the "More Than Just a Game" symposium, Centre for Conflict Resolution, University of Cape Town (June 2010)

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "Soccer and Human Rights: Chief Luthuli, Alan Paton, Dennis Brutus and the 2010 World Cup in South Africa," 17th Alan Paton Memorial Lecture, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg (May 2010)

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "African Soccerscapes: How a Continent Changed the World Game," Harold Wolpe Lecture Series, Rhodes University, Grahamstown (May 2010)

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "African Soccerscapes in Historical Perspective," DAAD German-South African Soccer Lecture Series, UKZN, Westville (May 2010)

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "African Football, Race and Nationhood," paper presented at the UKZN Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity Seminar Series, Durban (May 2010)

Alegi, Peter. 2010. "The Privatization of African Football, 1980s-2000s," paper presented at the UKZN History Department Seminar Series, Durban (March 2010)

Bajcsy, Peter, Dean Rehberger, Mara Wade. 2010. "Imaging in Arts and Society" panel at "Imaging without Boundaries: Exploring the Science, Technology and Applications of Imaging and Visualization", National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Champagne-Urbana, Illinois, USA (October 2010)

Bajcsy, Peter, Rob Kooper, Luigi Marini, Tenzing Shaw, Jennifer Guiliano, Anne D. Hedeman, Robert Markley, Michael Simeone, Natalie Hanson. 2010. " Supporting Scientific Discoveries to Answer Art Authorship Related Questions Across Diverse Disciplines and Geographically Distributed Resources", Microsoft Research eScience Workshop, in Berkeley, CA, http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/escience2010/default.aspx (October 2010)

Cohen, Steve. 2010. "Best Practices for Oral History in the Digital Age," presentation at the Oral History Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA (October 2010)

Cohen, Steve and Jason Friedman. 2010. "Attending to the Semantic Side of Citations," presentation at the American Historical Association, San Diego, CA (January 2010)

Cohen, Steve. 2010. Oral History in the Digital Age, Symposium, Library of Congress, (November 2010)

Geimer, Matt. 2010. "KORA, Data, and Ponies," presentation at Great Lakes ThatCamp, East Lansing, Michigan (March 2010)

Hart-Davidson, Bill. 2010. "Content Management: Beyond single sourcing." In Spilka, R. (Ed.). Digital literacy for technical communication: 21st century theory and practice. New York: Routledge. 128-144.

Hawthorne, Walter. 2010. From Africa to Brazil: Culture, Identity, and an Atlantic Slave Trade, 1600-1830. Cambridge University Press.

Jones, D., & Potts, Liza. 2010. "Best Practices for Designing Third Party Applications for Contextually-Aware Tools." Proceedings of the 28th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. Brazil. ACM SIGDOC.

MacDowell, Marsha. 2010. "New Directions in Creating and Using Folklife Collections in the United States." Invited paper. International Forum on Aesthetics and Cultural Ecology Construction, China (September 1-3, 2010)

MacDowell, Marsha. 2010. "The Quilt Index: Digging Into and Broadening Content, Current Challenges and Future Opportunities", closing Address of American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Bloomington, Minnesota (January 2010)

MacDowell, Marsha. 2010. Digging into Data Team Poster presented at "Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry A Symposium on Using Quilt History Collections" Michigan State University Museum, East Lansing, MI, USA (October 2010).

Pennington, Scott. 2010. "Assessment, Digitization, and Preservation of 19th Century Government Records in Africa," training workshop at National Records Service Banjul, The Gambia (July 2010)

Pennington, Scott. 2010. "Audio and Video Digitization," presentation at The King Abdulaziz Foundation for Research and Archives in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (March 2010)

Pennington, Scott. 2010. Digitization Workshop for Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute (BORI) in Pune, India (December 2010)

Pennington, Scott. 2010. "Digitizing For Preservation," presentation at Great Lakes ThatCamp, East Lansing, Michigan (March 2010)

Potts, Liza, Jones, D. 2010. “Best Practices for Designing Third Party Applications for Contextually-Aware Tools.” Proceedings of the 28th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. Brazil: ACM SIGDOC.

Rehberger, Dean. 2010. "Oral History in the Digital Age Best Practices," presentation at the Oral History Association, Atlanta, Georgia (October 27-31, 2010)

Richardson, Justine. 2010. "Digging into Data and Image Visualization with Quilts", to Alliance for American Quilts semi-annual meeting, Grafton, Vermont, USA (August 2010)

Ridolfo, Jim, Hart-Davidson, Bill, and McLeod, Michael. 2010. "Balancing Stakeholder Needs: Archive 2.0 as Community-centered Design." Ariadne 63. Available at http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue63/ridolfo-et-al/.

Shaw, Tenzing, Michael Simeone, Robert Markley, and Peter Bajcsy. 2010. "Quantifying Historical Geographic Knowledge From Digital Maps," Microsoft Research eScience Workshop, in Berkeley, CA, http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/escience2010/default.aspx (October 2010)

Shaw, Tenzing, Natalie Hansen, Anne D. Hedeman, and Peter Bajcsy. 2010. "Quantifying Differences between Medieval Artistic Hands Using Statistical Analyses in Multiple Color Spaces," UK All Hands eScience meeting, 13 Sep 2010 – 16 Sep 2010, Cardiff, Wales, http://www.allhands.org.uk/events/all-hands-meeting-2010 (Presented by Mike Meredith, UK Sheffield)

Sikarskie, Amanda. 2010. "The Quilt Index: Future Directions," poster presentation at American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Bloomington, Minnesota (October 2010)

Watrall, Ethan. 2010. The Rise of Games and High Performance Computing for Modeling and Simulation, National Research Council

Worrall, Mary. 2010. "The Quilt Index: On-Line Tool for Education and Research" Round Table Discussion at American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Bloomington, Minnesota (October 2010)

 

2009

Alegi, Peter. 2009. "Interview with Bob Edgar," Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies 10, 3 (2009): 335-341. With Peter Limb.

Alegi, Peter. 2009. "A Transnational African Football Biography: Darius Dhlomo, 1930s-1960s," paper presented at the "Global Football: History, Gender and Nation" conference, York University, Toronto (December 2009)

Alegi, Peter. 2009. "African Soccerscapes and the 2010 World Cup," paper presented at the "Sport, Race, and Power" conference, Duke University (October 2009)

Alegi, Peter. 2009. "How Soccer Explains South Africa," paper presented at the Seminar on South Africa, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C. (July 2009)

Alegi, Peter. 2009. "The Global Branding of an African Nation: Challenges and Possibilities for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa," Keynote Lecture, Sport Northern Ireland/School of Sport Studies Research Seminar Series, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, UK (February 2009)

Geimer, Matt, Luz, C., Bush, T., Rubinstein, J., Mukherjee, R., Elberling, R., Faucett, E. 2009. "Falls and Assistive Device Use: Novel Fall Prevention Strategies," paper presented at the 62nd annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.

Pennington, Scott. 2009.  "Digitization Workflow and Archival Storage Procedures for Preserving and Migrating Endangered and Obsolete Video Formats," presentation at The African National Congress Archives, Johannesburg, South Africa (February 2009)

Pennington, Scott. 2009. "Workshop on Digital Imaging," presentation at The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan (February 2010)

Potts, Liza. 2009. "Designing for Disaster: Social Software Use in Times of Crisis." International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development. 1 (2), 33-46.

Potts, Liza. 2009. "Using Actor Network Theory to Trace and Improve Multimodal Communication Design." Technical Communication Quarterly, 18 (3) 281-301.

Rehberger, Dean. 2009. "Historic Voices," keynote address at the Michigan Oral Association, Marquette, MI (September 25-26, 2009)

Rehberger, Dean. 2009. "The Digital Humanities" Talk at the Digital Humanities Institute, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY (November 14-15, 2009)

Rehberger, Dean. 2009. "High Performance Computing and the Digital Humanities," Teagle Workshop, Union College, Schenectady, NY (September 29, 2009)

Ridolfo, Jim and DeVoss, Dànielle Nicole. 2009. "Composing for Recomposition: Rhetorical Velocity and Delivery." Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 13.2. Available at: http://www.techrhetoric.net/13.2/topoi/ridolfo_devoss/index.html

Schmidt. Lisa. 2009. "Preserving the H-Net Academic Electronic Mail Lists." Campus Case Studies, Society of American Archivists (February 2009)

Schmidt. Lisa. 2009. "Preserving the H-Net E-Mail Lists: A Case Study in Trusted Digital Repository Assessment," presentation to the Digital Preservation Interest Group at the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Denver, CO (January 2009)

Schmidt. Lisa. 2009. "Digital Preservation Tools at Work: Using TRAC to Assess the H-Net Archive as a Trusted Digital Repository," presentation to "Practical Engagement Workshop in Digital Preservation," University of Michigan School of Information, Ann Arbor, MI (March 2009)

Schmidt. Lisa. 2009. "Preserving Electronic Mailing Lists: The H-Net Archive," poster presentation at the Digital Curation Curriculum (DigCCurr) symposium, Chapel Hill, NC (April 2009)

Schmidt. Lisa. 2009. "H-Net Preservation," presentation at "No More Waiting on the Runway:  Case Studies in Archiving Active Electronic Records," Midwest Archives Conference annual meeting, St. Louis, MO (April/May 2009)

Schmidt. Lisa. 2009. "H-Net Preservation," presentation at "Building Sustainable Preservation Environments for Born-Digital Records: Three Case Studies," Society of American Archivists annual meeting, Austin, TX (August 2009)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Serious Games for Teaching & Learning, Center for Integrative Studies in Social Science, Michigan State University (April 2009)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009.  Learning 2.0: Web 2.0 in the Classroom, Center for Integrative Studies in Social Science, Michigan State University (February 2009)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. History Of The Modern Comic Book: Comics, In the Beginning-From Prehistory to Golden Age,  http://www.bleedingcool.com

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. History Of The Modern Comic Book: The Tao of Comics,  http://www.bleedingcool.com

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. The History of the Modern Comic Book: An Introduction,  http://www.bleedingcool.com

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. The Innocent Seduced: From the Golden Age to the Silver Age of Comics,  http://www.bleedingcool.com

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Podcasting Your Lectures 101: Editing. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Podcasting Your Lectures 101: Recording. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. What To Do When Your Course Management System Goes Down. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Finding the Best WordPress Themes for your Academic Needs. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Challenging the Presentation Paradigm: Bee Docs Timeline. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Challenging the Presentation Paradigm: Prezi. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Backing up Your Social Network. ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education blog exploring technology in the academy

Watrall, Ethan & J. Siarto. 2009. Head First Web Design, O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Watrall, Ethan & N. Herber. 2009. Flash 8 Savvy, John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Avalon Hill. Encyclopedia of Play in Today's Society, (ed.) Rodney P. Carlisle (Sage Publications)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Warhammer. Encyclopedia of Play in Today's Society, (ed.) Rodney P. Carlisle (Sage Publications)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. TSR. Encyclopedia of Play in Today's Society, (ed.) Rodney P. Carlisle (Sage Publications)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Dungeons and Dragons. Encyclopedia of Play in Today's Society, (ed.) Rodney P. Carlisle (Sage Publications)

Watrall, Ethan. 2009. Serious Games. Encyclopedia of Play in Today's Society, (ed.) Rodney P. Carlisle (Sage Publications)

 

 

2008

Kornbluh, Mark. 2008. From Digital Repositories to Information Habitats: The Quilt Index, H-Net, and MATRIX. Presentation at Webwise Conference on Museums and Libraries in the Digital World, March 6-7, in Miami Beach, Florida. http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2230/2019.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2008. Historical Journals, Scholarly Communication, and Open Access. Presentation at Roundtable at Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 3-6, in Washington, D.C.

Rehberger, Dean. 2008. Social Networks: Changes in Communication. Second International Forum on Online Education, January 28, in East Lansing, Michigan.

Schmidt, Lisa M. 2008. Taming the Wild Listserv; or, How to Preserve Specialized E-mail lists. Southwestern Archivist, Volume 31, Issue 3, August 2008. schmidt-article

Robinson, David. 2008. European Imperial Regimes as Muslim Powers. Mélanges offerts Jean Boul gue, forthcoming.

Robinson, David. 2008. Breaking new ground in pagan and Muslim West Africa. Canadian Journal of African Studies, forthcoming.

Schmidt, Lisa M. 2008. Taming the Wild Listserv; or, How to Preserve Specialized E-mail lists. Southwestern Archivist, Volume 31, Issue 3, August 2008. schmidt-article

Watrall, Ethan. 2008. Public Archaeology in the 21st Century: Serious Games for Public Education and Outreach. Presentation at annual meeting of Society for American Archaeology, March 26-30, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Watrall, Ethan. 2008. Building Serious Games for Cultural Heritage Learning. Presentation at annual meeting of Society for American Archaeology, March 26-30, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Watrall, Ethan. 2008. iAKS: A Proposal for a Web 2.0 Archaeological Knowledge Management System. Presentation at annual meeting of Society for American Archaeology, March 26-30, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Watrall, Ethan, Coursaris, C., Swierenga, S. 2008. "An Empirical Investigation of Color Temperature and Gender Effects on Web Aesthetics," Journal of Usability Studies 3(3)

 

2007

Bailey, David. 2007. The Antislavery Triangle. Presentation at New York Historical Society, June.

Coursaris, Constantinos, Sarah Swierenga and Ethan Watrall. 2007. Effects of Color and Gender on the Perceived Attractiveness of Websites. Presentation at conference of Information Resources Management Association (IRMA), May 19-23, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Coursaris, Constantinos, Sarah Swierenga and Ethan Watrall. 2007. Effects of Color Temperature and Gender Website Aesthetics. Presentation at Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), August 9-12, in Keystone, Colorado. http://www.upassoc.org/upa_publications/jus/2008may/coursaris1.html

Knupfer, Peter. 2007. Roundtable participant, H-WAR and Military History, at Society for Military History Annual Meeting, April 19-22, in Frederick, Maryland.

Knupfer, Peter. 2007. Roundtable participant, TAH and Public History. Presentation at National Council on Public History Annual Meeting, April 12-15, in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Kornbluh, Mark. 2007. Cyberinfrastructure, E-Research and the Future of the Humanities. Presentation at Humanities Futures Conference, The Australia Academy of the Humanities, November 16, in Brisbane, Australia.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2007. Digital Humanities Centers as Cyberinfrastructure. Presentation at Fall 2007 Task Force Meeting of the Coalition for Network Information, December 10-11, in Washington, D.C.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2007. IT-Enhanced Learning. Presentation at CNI Spring 2007 Task Force Meeting, April 16-17, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2007. Digital Repositories: Challenges and Opportunities. Presentation at TICFIA Project Directors Meeting, April 19-20, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2007. Digital Repositories. Presentation at NSF/JISC Workshop on Data-Driven Science, April 17-19, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Kornbluh, Mark and Marsha MacDowell. 2007. Quilt Index and Digital Repositories. Presentation at Webwise Conference on Museums and Libraries in the Digital World, March 1-2, in Washington, D.C.

Palmer, Joy. 2007. Mommyblogging: Communal Activism or Self-Centered Blather? Presentation at conference of Southern States Communications, March 28 - April 1, in Louisville, Kentucky.

Patil, Abhishek, Patel, Abdol Esfahanian, Li Xiao, and Yunhao Liu. 2007. SOLONet: Sub-optimal location-aided overlay network for MANETs. Journal of Wireless Networks, pp. 1572-8196.

Plichta, Bartek and Brad Rakerd. 2007. Perceptions of / a /-fronting across two Michigan Dialects. In Speech Perception in Context, N. Niedzielski (Ed.) Lawrence Erlbaum.

Rehberger, Dean and Michael Fegan. 2007. Project Builder: A Digital Repository Engineered to Function as a Robust Content Management System. Presentation at 7th international conference of Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), August 7-10, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Rehberger, Dean and Michael Fegan. 2007. MediaMatrix: Writing with Digital Media. Video, Education, and Open Content: Best Practices - Production, Distribution, Technology and Law, May 22-23, Columbia University, New York, New York.

Rehberger, Dean. 2007. MediaMatrix Demonstration. Presentation at OpenEducation Conference, September 26-28, in Logan, Utah.

Richardson, Justine, Marybeth Stalp, Yvonne Porcella and Janneken Smucker. 2007. The Alliance for American Quilts: Providing Tools for Quilt Education. Presentation at International Quilt Study Center Symposium, Traditions and Trajectories: Education and the Quiltmaker, March 1-3, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Scripps Jerry, Pang-Ning Tan, and Abdol Esfahanian. 2007. Node Roles and Community Structure in Networks. KDD 2007 Workshop on Web Mining and Social Network Analysis, pp. 26 – 36 August 12-15, in San Jose, California.

Scripps Jerry, Pang-Ning Tan, and Abdol Esfahanian. 2007. Exploration of Link Structure and Community-based Node Roles in Network Data. Proceedings of IEEE Int'l Conf. on Data Mining (ICDM-07), pp. 649 - 654 October 28-31, in Omaha, Nebraska.

Watrall, Ethan. 2007. Rich Internet Applications and Cultural Heritage Management. Presentation at international conference on Interacting with Immersive Worlds, Brock University June 4-7, in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

Watrall, Ethan. 2007. IAKS: A Proposal for a Web 2.0 Archaeological Knowledge Management System. Presentation at International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting (ICHIM07), October 24-26, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Watrall, Ethan and Patrick Shaw. 2007. Ethnography of Tabletop Miniature Storyworlds. Presentation on international conference on Interacting with Immersive Worlds, Brock University June 4-7, in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

Wiley, David. 2007. Collaborating with Foreign Partners for Video Digitizing and Preservation. Presentation at annual of Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information Access (TICFIA) project directors meeting, April 19-20, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Worrall, Mary. 2007. The Quilt Treasures project. Panel presentation a panel, For the Record: Sharing Your Museum's Collaborative Projects, Michigan Museums Association, September 6-8, in Mackinac Island, Michigan.

 

2006

Amlani, Amyn, Brad Rakerd and Jerry Punch. 2006. Speech-clarity judgments of hearing aid processed speech in noise: Differing polar patterns and acoustic environments. International Journal of Audiology, 45.

Cohen, Steve, Kent Portney, Dean Rehberger, and Carolyn Thorsen, eds. 2006. Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum. January.

Cohen, Steve. 2006. The Curricular Role for Understanding Social Decisions. Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning, January.

Cohen, Steve, Kent Portney, Jerry Goldman, and S. Simpson. 2006. Teaching About Criminal Sentencing Decisions: The Crime and Punishment Simulations. Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning, January.

Cohen, Steve and Kent Portney. 2006. Practical Contexts and Theoretical Frameworks for Teaching Social Complexity With Digital Role-Play Simulations. Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning, January.

Juhas, Pavol, David M. Cherba, William Punch, et. al. 2006. Ab Initio Solid State Nano-structure Determination. Nature 440 (7084).

Kornbluh, Mark, Paul Turnbull and Melanie Shell Weiss. 2006. Alternatives to Pay-for-View: The Case for Open Access to Historical Research and Scholarship. In Libr@ries: Changing Information Space and Practice, ed. Cushla Kapitzke and Bertram Bruce. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2006. Envisioning the Future: Building Multimedia Digital Repositories for Long-Term Preservation, Access, and Use. Presentation at conference on Envisioning the Future: Digital Research and Scholarship in the Humanities, Australian National University, in Canberra, Australia.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2006. Secondary Repositories: Building International Resources for Use and Reuse. Presentation at annual Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information Access (TICFIA) Project Directors Meeting, April 19-21, in East Lansing, Michigan.

Kornbluh, Mark and David Bailey. 2006. Disparate Voices, Conflicting Responsibilities: Reflections on the History of Oral History and the Implications for the Digital Age. Presentation at 14th International Oral History Conference, July 12-16, in Sydney, Australia. http://www2.matrix.msu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/oralhistory.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2006. Intellectual Property in the Digital Age. Presentation at Intellectual Property Law Conference, November, in New York, New York.

Kornbluh, Mark, Wayne Dyksen and William Punch. 2006. H-Net and Scholarly Discourse in the Digital Age: A New Approach to Data Mining Email Discussion Lists. Presentation at Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, November 5-6, in Chicago, Illinois. dhcs2006.uchicago.edu/abstracts/kornbluh.doc.

Kornbluh, Mark, Michael Fegan and Dean Rehberger. 2006. Project Builder: A Digital Repository Engineered to Function as a Robust Content Management System. Presentation at Fall Task Force meeting of Coalition for Network Information, December 4-5, in Washington, D.C.

Rakerd, Brad, Neil Aaronson and William M. Hartmann. 2006. Release from speech-on-speech masking by adding a delayed masker at a different location, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119.

Rakerd, Brad, William Hartmann and Eric Pepin. 2006. Localizing Noise in Rooms via Steady-State Interaural Time Differences. Presentation at meeting of Acoustical Society of America, November 28 - December 2, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Rehberger, Dean. 2006. Behind the Scenes of ExplorePAhistory.com. Presentation at annual meeting of American Historical Association, January 5-8, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Rehberger, Dean and Michael Fegan. 2006. MediaMatrix: Writing with Multimedia. Presentation at annual convention of CCCC, March 22-25, in Chicago, Illinois.

Rehberger, Dean. 2006. Using and Understanding Digital Audio in the Classroom. Presentation at Workshop at Computers and Writing Annual Meeting, May 25-28, in Lubbock, Texas.

Rehberger, Dean. 2006. Knowledge Architecture: Information Design and the Rhetoric of Context. Presentation at Annual Meeting of Computers and Writing, May 25-28, in Lubbock, Texas.

Rehberger, Dean. 2006. Interpreting with Memory: An Evaluation of How Users Manipulate and Use Streaming Oral History. Presentation at biennial conference of the International Oral History Association, July 12-16, in Sydney, Australia.

Rehberger, Dean and Michael Fegan. 2006. Project Builder and MediaMatrix: Redefining Access in a Digital Age. Presentation at 6th international conference of Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), August 7-10, in New Orleans, Louisiana. conference.merlot.org/2007/Thursday/Rehberger_Kornbluh_Fegan.ppt

Rehberger, Dean, Michael Fegan and Mark Kornbluh. 2006. Reevaluation Access and Preservation through Secondary Repositories: Needs, Promises, and Challenges. Proceedings of Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, 10th European Conference, ECDL; Springer, September 17-22, in Alicante, Spain.

Rehberger, Dean. 2006. Project Builder: Building Rich, Contextualized Web Presentations for a Digital Archive. Presentation at EDUCAUSE, October 9-12, in Dallas, Texas. http://connect.educause.edu/Library/Abstract/ProjectBuilderBuildingRic/38904?time=1218482141

Richardson, Justine, Marsha MacDowell and Mary Worrall. 2006. Stitching Data: The Quilt Index as a National Model for OnLine Thematic Collections. Presentation at annual meeting and expo of American Association of Museums, April 27 - May 1, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Watrall, Ethan. 2006. Blogs for Learning: A Case Study. Higher Ed Blog Com www.higheredblog.com

Watrall, Ethan and Norbert Herber. 2006. Flash 8 Savvy. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Watrall, Ethan. 2006. Integrated Archaeological Knowledge System (IAKS): A Case Study for Developing Rich Interactive Media Applications for Archaeological Data Management and Dissemination. Presentation at 70th Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, March 30 - April 3, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Wiley, David. 2006. The New African Studies in a Globalized Africa and World. Keynote presentation for founding of new African Studies Program, Oklahoma State University, January, in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Wiley, David. 2006. Understanding Contemporary Africa and the Global Political Economy. Presentation at CIBER-NRC Workshop on Africa for 13 Historically Black Colleges and Universities, April, in Memphis, Tennessee.

Wiley, David. 2006. Building Partnerships for Mutual Capacity Building between U.S. and South African Universities. Keynote presentation at conference on international partnerships at University of KwaZulu-Natal, August, in Durban, South Africa.

Worrall, Mary (contributions to content by Justine Richardson). 2006. Piecing History: Quilt Documentation and the Quilt Index. Invited Lecture at Florida Museum of Natural History, June, in Gainesville, Florida.

 

Worrall, Mary, with Justine Richardson and Marsha MacDowell. 2006. Textiles and Technology: The Quilt Index as a National Model for Online Thematic Collections. Presentation to Michigan Museums Association, October in Flint, Michigan.

2005

Cohen, Steve, Michael Fegan, and Dean Rehberger. 2005. Libraries Without Walls 6: Evaluating the Distributed Delivery of Library Services. Invited presentation on Learning with Digital Libraries, September 16-20, in Lesvos, Greece. www.cerlim.ac.uk/conf/lww6/presentations/cohen-eales-fegan-rehberger.ppt

Fegan, Michael. 2005. Developing MediaMatrix: A Secondary Repository Tool. Presentation at Association for Computers and the Humanities/Association for Literary and Linguistic Computer, June 15-19, in Victoria, B.C., Canada.

Fine, Lisa. 2005. The Female Souls of the Skyscraper. In The American Skyscraper: Cultural Histories, Roberta Moudry (ed.), Cambridge University Press.

Fine, Lisa. 2005. R.E. Olds: Automobiles and Lansing, Michigan. Panelist at The Historical Society of Michigan's State History Conference, September 24, in East Lansing, Michigan.

Goldman, Jerry, Steve Renals, Mark Kornbluh, et. al. 2005. Accessing the Spoken Word. International Journal on Digital Libraries 5 (4): 287-298.

Hartmann, William, Brad Rakerd and Aaron Koller. 2005. Binaural Coherence in Rooms. Acta Acustica united with Acustica 91 (3): 451-462.

Kornbluh, Mark (co-author). 2005. Computer Science and Technology Board, Digital Archiving and the National Archives and Records Administration. National Academy Press.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2005. Envisioning the Future of the University in the Digital Age: Thinking Big About Institutional Repositories. Presentation at Conference on Institutional Repositories, May 10-11, in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2005. Envisioning the Future of History: Humanities and Social Science in the Digital Age. Keynote Presentation at Campus-wide Conference, Strategic Visioning for Cyberinfrastructure, Computing, and Information Summit, February, in East Lansing, Michigan.

MacDowell, Marsha and Justine Richardson. 2005. Multi-purposing Museum Media: Quilt Treasures Oral History and Documentary Web Portraits. Presentation at Museums and the Web, April 13-16, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. archimuse.com/mw2005/papers/macdowell/macdowell.html

O’Bannon, Brett, Scott Pennington, Ellen Foley, and Papa Meissa Dieng. 2005. Le Long Voyage de la Femme du Fleuve: Adrian Adams and the Kungani Archive. Presentation at annual meeting of African Studies Association, November 16-19, in Washington, D.C.

Preston, Dennis, Bartek Plichta and Brad Rakerd. 2005. Did You Say Sod or Sad? Presentation at 12th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, August 1-5, in Moncton, N.B., Canada.

Rakerd, Brad and Dean Rehberger. 2005. Speech on the Internet: A New Educational Resource and a Cautionary Note. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society, 1 (5).

Rakerd, Brad and W.M. Hartmann. 2005. Localization of Noise in a Reverberant Environment. In Auditory Signal Processing: Physiology, Psychoacoustics, and Models, ed. D.R. Pressnitzer et. al., Springer-Verlag.

Rehberger, Dean and Joy Palmer. 2005. Enhancing Access to Online Digital Objects through Reciprocity between Primary and secondary Repositories. Presentation at Association for Computers and the Humanities / Association for Literary and Linguistic Computer, June 15-19, in Victoria, B.C., Canada.

Rehberger, Dean, Steve Cohen, Susan Eales and Michael Fegan. 2005. The Role of Digital Libraries in Helping Students Attend to Source Information. Proceedings of Libraries Without Walls 6 (CERLIM), September 16-20, in Molyvos, Greece.

Rehberger, Dean. 2005. Digital Audio Equipment. Presentation at Michigan Oral History Association, Oral History of Michiganians October 15.

Sheridan, David, Ridolfo, Jim, and Michel, Tony. 2005. "Beyond Snap, Crackle, and Pop: Toward a Theory and Pedagogy of Multimodal Public Rhetoric." JAC, 25: 803-844.

Topchy, Alexander, Anil Jain and William Punch. 2005. Clustering Ensembles: Models of Consensus and Weak Partitions. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 27(12).

2004

Bailey, David. 2004. Learning from Battle Creek. Presentation at International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, July 20-23, in Prato, Italy.

Fegan, Michael, Mark Kornbluh and Dean Rehberger. 2004. MediaMatrix: Creating Secondary Repositories. Proceedings of 8th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Springer, September 13-15, in Bath, United Kingdom. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/ecdl_mediamatrix_2004.pdf

Fine, Lisa. 2004. The Story of Reo Joe: Work, Kin, and Community in Autotown, USA. Temple University Press.

Guinand, Bruno, Alexander Topchy and William Punch, et. al. 2004. Sampling Issues Affecting Accuracy of Likelihood-based Classification Using Genetic Data. Environmental Biology of Fishes (69).

Kornbluh, Mark. 2004. Giving Voice to History: Incorporating Aural Literacy in History Teaching. Presentation at annual meeting of H-Net Affiliated Session of the American Historical Association, January 8-11, in Washington, D.C.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2004. Interoperability and Secondary Repositories: What Can we Do to Build for the Future Now. Presentation at TICFIA Project Directors Meeting, April 18-20, in San Diego, California. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/interoperability_presentation_SD_4-19-2004.pdf

MacDowell, Marsha and Justine Richardson. 2004. The Quilt Index: A Model for Distributed Online Data Management of Thematic Collections. Selected panel presentation paper, American Folklore Society Annual Meetings, November, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Punch, Jerry, Antony Joseph and Brad Rakerd. 2004. Most comfortable and uncomfortable loudness levels: Six decades of research. American Journal of Audiology 13(2).

Punch, Jerry, Brad Rakerd and Antony Joseph. 2004. Effects of test order on most comfortable and uncomfortable loudness levels for speech. American Journal of Audiology 13(2).

Richardson, Justine, Dean Rehberger, Michael Fegan, Mark Kornbluh, and Marsha MacDowell. 2004. Bits & Bolts to Bits & Bytes: The Quilt Index Online Repository and Distributed Archival Management System. In Museums and the Web 2004: Proceedings. ed. D. Bearman and J. Trant. Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, April 1-3, in Washington, D.C. archimuse.com/mw2004/papers/richardson/richardson.html

Robinson, David. 2004. Muslim Societies in African History. Cambridge University Press.

Robinson, David. 2004. Parcours d'accommodation: sociétés musulmanes et autorités coloniales au Sénégal et Mauritanie. Paris: Editions Karthala.

Watrall, Ethan. 2004. Dreamweaver MX 2004 Solutions. Sybex.

Wiley, David. 2004. Priorities for U.S. Instruction in the African Languages: New Criteria and New Choices. Paper published on website of the e-LCTL Initiative. http://elctl.msu.edu/regions/africaoverview.pdf

Wiley, David. 2004. Social Movements, Churches, Unions, and Communities: The Diverse Collectivities of the U.S. Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1960-92. Presentation at Conference on A Decade of Freedom: Celebrating the Role of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa's Freedom Struggle, October 10-13, in Durban, South Africa.

2003

Hawthorne, Walter. 2003. Planting Rice and Harvesting Slaves: Transformations along the Guinea-Bissau Coast,1400-1900. Heinemann.

Kornbluh, Mark, Peter Knupfer. 2003. H-Net Ten Years On: Usage, Impact and the Problems of Professionalization in New Media. Presentation at annual meeting of the American Historical Association, January 2-5, in Chicago, Illinois. www.h-net.org/aha/2003/kornbluh_knupfer.htm

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. Building Multimedia Repositories for the Future. Presentation at annual meeting of the American Library Association, OCLC Institute Symposium, Growing the Digital Library, January. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/oclc_presentation_philadelphie_1-23-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. Peering into the Future of Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age. Presentation at South African National Cultural History Symposium on the Future of Cultural Heritage, February in Durban, South Africa. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/sanch_presentation_durban_2-4-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. Building Multimedia Cultural Heritage Repositories for the Future. Presentation at meeting of TICFIA Project Directors, March, in Los Angeles, California. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/ticfia_presentation_la_3-15-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. H-Net at Ten Years: Growth, Change, Impact, and Future Direction. Presentation at conference on History and New Media, April 9-11, in Berlin, Germany. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/hnet_presentation_berlin_4-10-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark, Dean Rehberger and Michael Fegan. 2003. The Challenge of Building Complex Objects from Digital Repositories. Presentation at briefing of CNI Taskforce, April 28-29, in Washington, DC. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/cni2003_repositorypresentation_4-29-2003_2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark, Jerry Goldman and Dean Rehberger. 2003. The Problems of Ingesting and Delivering Complex Objects from Digital Repositories. Presentation at Workshop on Multimedia Contents in Digital Libraries, June 2-3, in Chania, Crete. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/crete_5_28_03.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. 'Envisaging the Future': Building Multimedia Digital Repositories For Long-Term Preservation, Access, and Use. Presentation at conference on Envisaging the Future: Digital Research and scholarship in the Humanities, July 22-23, at The Australian National University. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/Canberra_presentation_7-22-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark, Dean Rehberger, Michael Fegan, David Bailey, Scott Pennington, and Justine Richardson. 2003. Online Communities of Oral History and Narrative: Five Years of Digital Oral History Projects at MATRIX. Presentation at annual meeting of Oral History Association, October 12, in Bethesda, Maryland.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. Chair and Commentator, Digital Opportunities through Technology and Communication: DOT-COM. Presentation at annual meeting of the African Studies Association, October 30 – November 2, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. Peering into the Future of Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age. Key note address presentation at Off the Wall and Online: Providing Web Access to Cultural Collections. Northeast Document Conservation Center Workshop, November 4-5, in Las Vegas, Nevada. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/mcn_presentation_lasvegas_11-5-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark, Jerry Goldman, David Donald, and Dean Rehberger. 2003. The Spoken Word: New Resources for Teaching and Learning. Presentation at meet of NSF-JISC All-Projects, December, in Stanford, California.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2003. Roundtable on Building a Cyber-infrastructure for the Humanities. Presentation at fall meeting of Closing Plenary, CNI, December 8-9, in Portland, Oregon.

Kornbluh, Mark, and Jerry Goldman. 2003. Turning Streaming Media into Useful Resources: Results from the National Gallery of the Spoken Word. Presentation at meeting of NSF DLI PI, December, in Washington, DC. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/sw_presentation_dc_12-2-2003.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark and Michael Fegan. 2003. Beginning an African Online Digital Library. Presentation at meeting of NSF DLI PI, December, in Washington , D.C. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/aodl_presentation_dc_12-2-2003.pdf

MacDowell, Marsha, Justine Richardson, Mark Kornbluh, Dean Rehberger, Scott Pennington, Michael Fegan, and Boone, Dennis. 2003. “Developing Collaborative Online Collections Using an Open Source Digital Repository: The Quilt Index Case Study” In Museums and the Web 2003: Proceedings. ed. D. Bearman and J. Trant. Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2003/papers/richardson/richardson.html

Rehberger, Dean. 2003. Data's Dirty Underside: Understanding Metadata and Its Importance to Computers and Writing. Presentation at Computers and Writing Conference, May 22-25, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Richardson, Justine. 2003. “Quilt Treasures: Developing Web-based Oral History Documentary,” Presentation at Oral History Association Meetings, October, in Bethesda, Maryland.

Wiley, David and Christine Root. 2003. Educational Partnerships with Foreign Institutions for Increasing the Quality of International Education in the United States. Presentation at Global Challenges and U.S. Higher Education: National Needs and Policy Implications, Duke University, January 23-25, in Durham, North Carolina. www.jhfc.duke.edu/ducis/globalchallenges/pdf/wiley-root_paper.pdf

 

2002

Kornbluh, Mark, Melanie Shell-Weiss, and Paul Turnbull. 2002. Alternatives to Pay-for-View: The Case for Open Access to Historical Research and Scholarship. Presentation at H-Net Affiliated Session at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 3-6, in San Francisco, California. http://www.h-net.org/aha/2002/papers02/kornbluh_shell-weiss_turnbull.html

Kornbluh, Mark, Dean Rehberger, and Michael Fegan. 2002. Launching a Multimedia Digital Repository. Presentation at European Community/NSF All Projects Concertation, March 25-26, in Rome, Italy. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/rome_presentation-3-25-2002.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark and Jerry Goldman. 2002. Developing Historical Voices: A Multimedia Digital Repository. Presentation at meeting of CNI Spring Task Force, April 15-16, in Washington, DC. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/cni_hv_presentation_4-15-2002.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2002. New Directions, New Collaborations: Computer Science and the Humanities, Building Blocks for the Future. Presentation at conference on OCLC Digital and Preservation Coop, May.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2002. Historical Voices: Reflections on Developing a Distributive Multimedia Digital Repository for Aural Resources. Presentation at Digital Resources for the Humanities, September 8-11, at Edinburgh University, United Kingdom. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/drh_hv_presentation_9-2002.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2002. Building a Multimedia Digital Repository of the Spoken Word: Observations from the National Gallery of the Spoken Word DLI2 Project. Presentation at annual meeting of American Society for Information Science and Technology, November 18-21, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/asis_ngswpresentation_v1_11-19-2002.pdf

Wiley, David, Christine Root and Sven Peek. 2002. Organizing for the Environment in South Durban: Influences of the Transition to Democracy and Globalization. In (D)urban Vortex: A South African City in Transition, ed. Bill Freund and Vishnu Padayachee. Durban: University of Natal-Durban.

 

2001

Kornbluh, Mark. 2001. Chair, Roundtable, Graduate Training in the Digital Age: A Roundtable Discussion of What History Departments Should Be Doing. Presentation at H-Net Affiliated Session at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 4-7, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2001. Building the National Gallery of the Spoken Word. Presentation at Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, June 13-16, in New York, New York. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/ach_ngswpresentation_v1_6-14-2001.pdf

2000

Kornbluh, Mark. 2000. Disparate Voices: The Challenges of Interdisciplinary Cooperation and Invention in Creating the National Gallery of the Spoken Word. Presentation at H-Net affiliated session at the Annual Meeting of American Historical Association, January 6-10, in Chicago, Illinois.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2000. Commentator, Reexamination of the Function and Role of Copyright, and The Impact of Technological Change on the way in which Scholars, Educational Institutions, Libraries, and Archives Deal with Intellectual Property. Presentation at Interdisciplinary Conference on the Impact of Technological Change on the Creation, Dissemination, and Protection of Intellectual Property, February 10-12, at Ohio State University, Ohio.

Kornbluh, Mark. 2000. The Media Revolution (Multimedia and Internet) and Historical Research. Presentation at 19th International Congress of Historical Science, August 6-13, in Oslo, Norway.

Kornbluh, Mark and Melanie Shell-Weiss. 2000. Bridging Disparate Voices: The Challenge of Bringing Sound Online. Presentation at 19th International Congress of Historical Science, August 6-13, in Oslo, Norway.

Kornbluh, Mark and Bartlomiej Plichta. 2000. Giving Voice to History: The National Gallery of the Spoken Word. Presentation at conference on NINCH Building Blocks, September 20-24, in Washington DC.

Kornbluh, Mark and Melanie Shell-Weiss. 2000. Bridging Differences or Reinforcing Barriers: The Challenge of Preserving and Accessing Oral Histories in the Digital Age. Presentation at annual meeting of Oral History Association, October 10-15, in Durham, North Carolina.

Kornbluh, Mark and Melanie Shell Weiss. 2000. Bringing Historical Voices Online. Presentation at symposium on Living Heritage: Oral History, Practice and Policy, November 8-10, in Cape Town, South Africa. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/historical_voices_presentation_cape_town_v1_11-3-2000.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark. 2000. Chair, Scholarly Communication in the Digital Age. Presentation at Presidential Session at the Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association.

Wiley, David, Christine Root and Sven Peek. 2000. The Impacts of Globalization on Environmental Struggles in a South African City" with David Wiley and Sven Peek. In Rethinking Globalization(s): From Corporate Transnationalism to Local Interventions. ed. Aulakh, Preet S. and Michael G. Schechter. London: Macmillan Press and New York: St. Martin's Press.

 

1999

Kornbluh, Mark. 1999. Giving Voice to History on the Internet. Presentation at H-Net Affiliated Session at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 7-10, in Washington D.C.

Kornbluh, Mark and David Wiley. 1999. African Internet Connectivity Project: Higher Education Uses of Internet Technologies – New Applications for International Development. Presentation at ALO Roundtable, June 15. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/aicp_presentation_alo_6-15-1999.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark and Jerry Goldman. 1999. The Political and Social Implications of the IT Revolution for Education: The Internet and the University in the 21st Century. Presentation at Salzburg Seminar, September, in Salzburg, Austria. http://matrix.msu.edu/mkornbluh/pdf/future_of_education_presentation_salzburg_v1_9-23-1999.pdf

Kornbluh, Mark, Michael Seadle, Jack Deller, John Hansen, and Jerry Goldman. 1999. Building a National Gallery of the Spoken Word. Presentation at conference on Digital Library Initiative II, October 18-19, in Ithaca, New York.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1999. The Internet and South African National Cultural Heritage. Presentation at conference on South African Bi-National Cultural Heritage Partnership.

Wiley, David, Christine Root and Sven Peek. 1999. Globalization, Democratization, and the Environment in the New South Africa: Social Movements, Corporations, and the State in South Durban. In Ecology and the World-System, ed. Walter L. Goldfrank, David Goodman, and Andrew Szasz. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

 

1998

Kornbluh, Mark. 1998. Envisioning the Future: A Progress Report on Incorporating New Technology with History Pedagogy. Presentation at H-Net Affiliated Session at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 8-11, in Seattle, Washington.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1998. Panelist, The Future of the Profession. Presentation at Organization of American Historians, April, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1998. Building International Communities of Scholars and Teachers: H-Net, the Internet, and the University of the 21st Century. Presentation at GhaCLAD, May 20-22, in Accra, Ghana.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1998. Building International Communities of Scholars and Teachers: H-Net, the Internet, and the University of the 21st Century. Presentation at The Future of the Humanities, September 25-28, in Bergen, Norway.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1998. Oral History in the 21st Century. Presentation at Oral History Association, October 15-18, in Buffalo, New York.

1997

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. Envisioning the Future: Arts and Letters in the Digital Age, Muses.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. The Arts and Humanities: Partners at the Threshold of the 21st Century. Presentation at symposium on Michigan Humanities Council.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. Panelist, AHA Roundtable, Bibliographic Developments and Opportunities on the World Wide Web. Presentation at H-Net Affiliated Session at annual meeting of the American Historical Association, January 2-5, in New York, New York.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. Panelist, Electronic Discussion Lists in Political Science. Presentation at annual meeting of Midwest Political Science, April 10-12, in Chicago, Illinois.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. The Electronic‘Classroom’ of the Twenty-First Century. Presentation at Missouri Conference on History, April 24-26, in St. Louis, Missouri.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. Chair, The Internet and the Future of Political Science. Presentation at annual meeting of American Political Science Association, August 28-31, in Washington D.C.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1997. A Virtual Center for the Arts and Humanities in Michigan — A Vision for the Future. Presentation at Michigan Humanities Council Symposium.

1996

Kornbluh, Mark. 1996. Panelist, AHA Roundtable: Book Reviewing in the Electronic Age. Presentation at annual meeting of American Historical Association, January 4-7, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1996. Networking the Networks. Presentation at annual meeting of Social Science History Association, October, in Washington D.C.

1995

Kornbluh, Mark. 1995. Networking the Study of Politics: H-Pol and the Creation of a Scholarly Discourse on the Net. Presentation at annual meeting of Social Science History.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1995. Commentator, The Future of Humanities Teaching. Presentation at NEH Project Directors Symposium.

1993

Kornbluh, Mark. 1993. Voting, Non-Voting, and American Democracy. Presentation at Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia.

1990

Kornbluh, Mark. 1990. Commentator, Women and Culture During the Great Depression. Presentation at Duquesne History Forum, October 24-26, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Kornbluh, Mark. 1990. Commentator, The New Deal as Regime, Legacy, and Distortion. Presentation at annual meeting of Western Political Science Association.

1989

Kornbluh, Mark. 1989. Commentator, Conservatism and Liberalism in 20th Century America. Presentation at Eleventh Mid-America Conference on History.

1986

Kornbluh, Mark. 1986. Why Americans Stopped Voting: A Social Analysis of American Political Behavior, 1880-1918. Presentation at Harvard University.