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Speaker(s) Presentation
Antje Anderson, Karin Dalziel, William Dewey, Sarita Garcia, Paul Grosskopf, Kaci Nash, Andy Pederson, Greg Tunink, Laura Weakly, Cory Young DH Afternoons Lightning Round
Adrian Wisnicki, Associate Professor, English
Caitlin Matheis, M.A. Student, English
One More Voice
Ng’ang’a Wahu-Mũchiri, Assistant Professor, English Ardhi Initiative
Andy Pederson, CDRH Project Specialist CDRH Website
Sarah Karle, Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture Prairie States Forestry Project


Speaker(s) Presentation
CDRH Community Engagement Committee/td> Conversation on the Green
Veronica N. Duran, Doctoral Candidate, History Nuestras Historias: "Chicanos form Mexican student organization" at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Robert Shepard, Assistant Professor, Geography Historical GIS and the Experiential Perspective
Beth S. Dotan, Graduate Assistant, Teaching, Learning, & Teacher Education Nebraska Stories of Humanity
Dr. Catherine Medici-Thiemann, Instructor, Women’s and Gender Studies Visualizing the Sidney Network: Using Network Analysis to Understand Women’s Place


Speaker(s) Presentation
Laura Weakly, Metadata Encoding Specialist, University Libraries All That Glitters Will Not Be Encoded: Fun Finds and Fiction in Historical Correspondence
Dr. Brian Pytlik Zillig, Digital Initiatives Librarian, University Libraries
Dr. Stephen Ramsay, Susan J. Rosowski Associate University Professor, English
Muybridge I
Linda Garcia Merchant, Doctoral Student, English

Telling a Lie, Praxis as Purpose: Teaching Intro to DH Estilo Chingona

Dr. Ng'ang'a Muchiri, Assistant Professor, English

A Rhetorical Reading of the 1902 Edward VII & Menelik II Addis Ababa Treaty

Luke Hollis, Founder and Engineer, Archimedes Digital

How (not) to run a digital humanities startup:
Building our shared digital cultural heritage and connecting creatively to artists and makers through the last five millennia

Dr. Effie Athanassopoulos Associate Professor, Anthropology and Classics

UNL Campus Archaeology: Building Digital Resources


Speaker(s) Presentation
Dr. Michelle Tiedje, Project Manager Genoa Indian School Digital Reconciliation Project
Dr. Jeannette Eileen Jones, Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies To Enter Africa from America: The United States, Africa, and the New Imperialism, 1862-1919
Jonathan Cheng, Doctoral Student, English Text Mining Physical Characterization in 20th Century Novels
Dr. Heather Richards-Rissetto, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Keeping Data Alive
Rachel Gordon, Megan Ekstrom, Riley Jhi, UCARE George Eliot Archive
Dr. Liz Lorang, Associate Professor in University Libraries, Courtesy Associate Professor in English
Dr. Leen-Kiat Soh, Professor of Computer Science
Aida: Image Analysis for Archival Discovery