[globaloutlookDH-l] Re: globaloutlookdh-l Digest, Vol 104, Issue 1

Sandra Cowan scowan8 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 29 15:47:28 MDT 2013


Sarah,
I'm interested, especially in DH from the library perspective, although I'm
not working on a particular project.  I know of several libraries building
amazing digital collections (UNM for a start) of LAS-related materials.
I'm thinking something along the lines of of a survey or theory
contribution.
Besides, it would be fun to work with you again!   I'm at
sandra.cowan at uleth.ca
Sandra


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>    1. Posting for Sarah Buck Kachaluba at FSU: Interested in proposing
>       a panel on digital humanities at LASA 2014 -- interesada en
>       proponer un panel de las humanidades digitales en LASA 2014
>       (Taylor,Laurie Nancy Francesca)
>    2. Re: Posting for Sarah Buck Kachaluba at FSU: Interested      in
>       proposing a panel on digital humanities at LASA 2014 --
>       interesada        en proponer un panel de las humanidades digitales
> en
>       LASA 2014 (Daniel O'Donnell)
>
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2013 22:37:49 +0000
> From: "Taylor,Laurie Nancy Francesca" <laurien at ufl.edu>
> Subject: [globaloutlookDH-l] Posting for Sarah Buck Kachaluba at FSU:
>         Interested in proposing a panel on digital humanities at LASA 2014
> --
>         interesada en proponer un panel de las humanidades digitales en
> LASA
>         2014
> To: "A list for participants in the ADHO DH Global Outlook Community
>         (globaloutlookdh-l at uleth.ca)" <globaloutlookdh-l at uleth.ca>
> Cc: "Buck Kachaluba, Sarah" <sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>
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> The message below is from Sarah A. Buck Kachaluba, sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu
> <mailto:sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>.  El siguiente mensaje es de Sarah A.
> Buck Kachaluba, sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu<mailto:sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>.
>
> ============================
> Hi all,
>
> I am interested in proposing a panel, roundtable, or worship for LASA 2014
> on "Digital Humanities Initiatives in Latin American Studies."  To explain
> what I am thinking of doing, I'd like to reference some previous
> initiatives.
>
> Last year's Modern Languages Association conference included a workshop
> titled "Get Started in Digital Humanities with Help from DH Commons"
> (Thursday, 3 January 2013, 8:30 am-12:30 pm):
>
> http://dhcommons.org/mla2013
>
> This inspired a panel presentation at Florida State University, in which
> scholars briefly offered their own definitions of digital humanities and
> described digital humanities projects that they had or were currently
> working on.
>
> http://digitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/on-getting-started/
>
> I thought it would be great to do something similar at LASA - have a few
> people talk about their own work in Digital Humanities to open up a
> discussion about what is happening in this exciting and growing field in
> Latin American Studies.
>
> I am currently working on funding applications to pursue the following
> Digital Humanities project and I would be willing to chair and present on
> the panel.  Please let me know asap if you are interested in collaborating
> with me.
>
>
> My project involves the digital publication of oral histories of women
> revolutionary activists in Mexico between the 1920s and 1950s, in order to
> make these rich primary sources more widely accessible to students and
> scholars.  I propose to archive these through a web-based environment
> linked to Florida State University and institutions in Mexico (two
> possibilities for the latter are the Archivo General del Estado de Yucatán
> and the Instituto para el Desarrollo de la Cultura Maya).
>
> The heart of this collection consists of 57 interviews that I conducted in
> 2000, with women who were members of revolutionary women's leagues in the
> state of Yucatán between the 1920s and 1950s. These interviews are unique
> and provide historical, anthropological, and sociological insight into
> socio-economic, political, religious, and agricultural events and processes
> between the late nineteenth and late twentieth centuries.  They will be
> useful to researchers in many disciplines and will constitute valuable
> additions to FSU's and other institution's collections.
>
> The project requires:
>
> + editing 26 completed transcriptions and completing transcriptions of the
> remaining interviews
>
> + converting cassette recordings of the interviews to digital formats
>
> + making copies of audio recordings and transcripts and traveling to
> Yucatán in order to bring these to each community and relatives of each
> woman interviewed and to secure permission from living family members to
> archive the interviews
>
> + laying the foundations to apply for additional grants to build a digital
> platform for others to access this material
> Please contact me if you are interested in participating!
>
> --------
>
>
> Saludos a todos,
>
> Estoy interesada en proponer un panel, mesa redonda, o taller para LASA
> 2014 que trata de "Las Humanidades Digitales en los Estudios Latino
> Americanos."  Para explicar lo que estoy pensando, me gustaría mencionar
> algunas iniciativas anteriores.
>
> La conferencia de la Asociación de Lenguas Modernas en 2013 incluyo un
> taller entitulado "Get Started in Digital Humanities with Help from DH
> Commons" (Jueves, 3 de enero de 2013, 8:30 am-12:30 pm):
>
> http://dhcommons.org/mla2013
>
> Este evento inspiro una presentación de un panel en mi Universidad
> (Florida State University), en cual escolares ofrecieron sus definiciónes
> de las humanidades Digitales y describieron proyectos de humanidades
> digitales que ellos habían desarrollados o estaban desarrollando.
>
> http://digitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/on-getting-started/
>
> Personalmente me gustaria hacer algo parecido en LASA: encontrar unos
> investigadores para hablar de sus propios proyectos en las humanidades
> digitales y abrir una discussion de lo que está pasando en esté creciendo
> campo en los estudios latinoamericanos.
>
> En este medio ambiente en los estudios latinoamericanos, estoy trabajando
> en solicitudes de becas/fondos para desarrollar el siguiente proyecto y
> pudiera funcionar como coordinadora, moderadora, y/o presentadora en el
> panel.
>
> Mi proyecto se basa la publicación de historias orales de mujeres quienes
> fueron activistas revolucionarias en Mexico entre los años 20 y los 50 del
> siglo XX, para que estas fuentes primarias muy ricas puedan ser más
> accessibles a estudiantes y investigadores.  Propongo archivarlas por un
> medio ambiente del internet que esté vinculado a Florida State University y
> tambien instituciónes en Mexico (dos posibilidades en Mexico son el Archivo
> General del Estado de Yucatán and el Instituto para el Desarrollo de la
> Cultura Maya).
>
> Al centro de está colección son 57 entrevistas que yo hice en 2000, con
> mujeres quienes fueron miembros de ligas revolucionarias femeninas/de
> mujeres en el estado de Yucatán entre los 20 y 50.  Las entrevistas son
> únicas y proveen perspectivas históricas, antropológicas, y sociológicas a
> eventos y procesos socio-económicos, politicos, religiosos, y agricultores
> entre los siglos XIX y XX.  Estarán útiles a investigadores en muchas
> disciplinas y constituyerán adiciónes valiosas a las colecciónes de FSU y
> otros lugares.
>
> El proyecto requiere:
>
> + editar 26 transcritos completados y completar los transcritos de las
> otras entrevistas
>
> + covertir las grabaciónes de casete a formatos digitales
>
> + hacer copias de las grabaciónes audios y los transcritos y viajar a
> Yucatán para llevarlas a cada comunidad y a la familia de cada mujer
> entrevistada y segurar permisos de los miembros de familia que sobrevivan
> para archivar las entrevistas
>
> + hacer las bases para solicitar becas adicionales para construir una
> plataforma para que otros tengan acceso a esté material
>
> Por favor contactame si le interesa participar!
>
>
> Sarah A. Buck Kachaluba
> Humanities Librarian, MLIS, PhD (History)
> Robert Manning Strozier Library
> 116 Honors Way
> P.O. Box 3062047
> Tallahassee, FL 32306-2047
> 850-645-2600
> sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu<mailto:sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>
>
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> Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2013 18:14:08 -0600
> From: Daniel O'Donnell <daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca>
> Subject: Re: [globaloutlookDH-l] Posting for Sarah Buck Kachaluba at FSU:
>         Interested      in proposing a panel on digital humanities at LASA
> 2014 --
>         interesada      en proponer un panel de las humanidades digitales
> en LASA
>         2014
> To: <globaloutlookdh-l at uleth.ca>
> Message-ID: <520D6ED0.2010002 at uleth.ca>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> Sounds really cool.
>
> Listmembers: Especially if you are interested in Latin American studies,
> you should get in touch with Sarah!
>
> -dan
>
>
> On 13-08-15 04:37 PM, Taylor,Laurie Nancy Francesca wrote:
> >
> > The message below is from Sarah A. Buck Kachaluba,
> > sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu <mailto:sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>. El siguiente
> > mensaje es de Sarah A. Buck Kachaluba, sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu
> > <mailto:sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>.
> >
> > ============================
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I am interested in proposing a panel, roundtable, or worship for LASA
> > 2014 on “Digital Humanities Initiatives in Latin American Studies.â€
> > To explain what I am thinking of doing, I’d like to reference some
> > previous initiatives.
> >
> > Last year’s Modern Languages Association conference included a
> > workshop titled “Get Started in Digital Humanities with Help from DH
> > Commons† (Thursday, 3 January 2013, 8:30 am-12:30 pm):
> >
> > http://dhcommons.org/mla2013
> >
> > This inspired a panel presentation at Florida State University, in
> > which scholars briefly offered their own definitions of digital
> > humanities and described digital humanities projects that they had or
> > were currently working on.
> >
> > http://digitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/on-getting-started/
> >
> > I thought it would be great to do something similar at LASA – have a
> > few people talk about their own work in Digital Humanities to open up
> > a discussion about what is happening in this exciting and growing
> > field in Latin American Studies.
> >
> > I am currently working on funding applications to pursue the following
> > Digital Humanities project and I would be willing to chair and present
> > on the panel.  Please let me know asap if you are interested in
> > collaborating with me.
> >
> > My project involves the digital publication of oral histories of women
> > revolutionary activists in Mexico between the 1920s and 1950s, in
> > order to make these rich primary sources more widely accessible to
> > students and scholars.  I propose to archive these through a web-based
> > environment linked to Florida State University and institutions in
> > Mexico (two possibilities for the latter are the Archivo General del
> > Estado de Yucatán and the Instituto para el Desarrollo de la Cultura
> > Maya).
> >
> > The heart of this collection consists of 57 interviews that I
> > conducted in 2000, with women who were members of revolutionary
> > women’s leagues in the state of Yucatán between the 1920s and 1950s.
> > These interviews are unique and provide historical, anthropological,
> > and sociological insight into socio-economic, political, religious,
> > and agricultural events and processes between the late nineteenth and
> > late twentieth centuries.  They will be useful to researchers in many
> > disciplines and will constitute valuable additions to FSU’s and other
> > institution’s collections.
> >
> > The project requires:
> >
> > + editing 26 completed transcriptions and completing transcriptions of
> > the remaining interviews
> >
> > + converting cassette recordings of the interviews to digital formats
> >
> > + making copies of audio recordings and transcripts and traveling to
> > Yucatán in order to bring these to each community and relatives of
> > each woman interviewed and to secure permission from living family
> > members to archive the interviews
> >
> > + laying the foundations to apply for additional grants to build a
> > digital platform for others to access this material
> >
> > Please contact me if you are interested in participating!
> >
> > --------
> >
> > Saludos a todos,
> >
> > Estoy interesada en proponer un panel, mesa redonda, o taller para
> > LASA 2014 que trata de “Las Humanidades Digitales en los Estudios
> > Latino Americanos.†  Para explicar lo que estoy pensando, me gustaría
> > mencionar algunas iniciativas anteriores.
> >
> > La conferencia de la Asociación de Lenguas Modernas en 2013 incluyo un
> > taller entitulado “Get Started in Digital Humanities with Help from DH
> > Commons† (Jueves, 3 de enero de 2013, 8:30 am-12:30 pm):
> >
> > http://dhcommons.org/mla2013
> >
> > Este evento inspiro una presentación de un panel en mi Universidad
> > (Florida State University), en cual escolares ofrecieron sus
> > definiciónes de las humanidades Digitales y describieron proyectos de
> > humanidades digitales que ellos habían desarrollados o estaban
> > desarrollando.
> >
> > http://digitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/on-getting-started/
> >
> > Personalmente me gustaria hacer algo parecido en LASA: encontrar unos
> > investigadores para hablar de sus propios proyectos en las humanidades
> > digitales y abrir una discussion de lo que está pasando en esté
> > creciendo campo en los estudios latinoamericanos.
> >
> > En este medio ambiente en los estudios latinoamericanos, estoy
> > trabajando en solicitudes de becas/fondos para desarrollar el
> > siguiente proyecto y pudiera funcionar como coordinadora, moderadora,
> > y/o presentadora en el panel.
> >
> > Mi proyecto se basa la publicación de historias orales de mujeres
> > quienes fueron activistas revolucionarias en Mexico entre los años 20
> > y los 50 del siglo XX, para que estas fuentes primarias muy ricas
> > puedan ser más accessibles a estudiantes y investigadores.  Propongo
> > archivarlas por un medio ambiente del internet que esté vinculado a
> > Florida State University y tambien instituciónes en Mexico (dos
> > posibilidades en Mexico son el Archivo General del Estado de Yucatán
> > and el Instituto para el Desarrollo de la Cultura Maya).
> >
> > Al centro de está colección son 57 entrevistas que yo hice en 2000,
> > con mujeres quienes fueron miembros de ligas revolucionarias
> > femeninas/de mujeres en el estado de Yucatán entre los 20 y 50.  Las
> > entrevistas son únicas y proveen perspectivas históricas,
> > antropológicas, y sociológicas a eventos y procesos socio-económicos,
> > politicos, religiosos, y agricultores entre los siglos XIX y XX.
> > Estarán útiles a investigadores en muchas disciplinas y constituyerán
> > adiciónes valiosas a las colecciónes de FSU y otros lugares.
> >
> > El proyecto requiere:
> >
> > + editar 26 transcritos completados y completar los transcritos de las
> > otras entrevistas
> >
> > + covertir las grabaciónes de casete a formatos digitales
> >
> > + hacer copias de las grabaciónes audios y los transcritos y viajar a
> > Yucatán para llevarlas a cada comunidad y a la familia de cada mujer
> > entrevistada y segurar permisos de los miembros de familia que
> > sobrevivan para archivar las entrevistas
> >
> > + hacer las bases para solicitar becas adicionales para construir una
> > plataforma para que otros tengan acceso a esté material
> >
> > Por favor contactame si le interesa participar!
> >
> > Sarah A. Buck Kachaluba
> >
> > Humanities Librarian, MLIS, PhD (History)
> > Robert Manning Strozier Library
> > 116 Honors Way
> > P.O. Box 3062047
> > Tallahassee, FL 32306-2047
> > 850-645-2600
> > sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu <mailto:sbuckkachaluba at fsu.edu>
> >
> >
> >
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