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Collaboration in the Digital Humanities by Doug Casson & Dick Brown6 November 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012, 12-1 pm, Carleton Gould Library Athenaeum
Collaboration in the Digital Humanities: Developing Plagiarism-Detection Software for the Analysis of Political Philosophy. St. Olaf professors Doug Casson (Political Science) and Dick Brown (CS) will speak at Carleton on their collaboration for Doug’s project on the use of plagiarism detection software to analyze key texts in political philosophy. Sponsored by the Carleton Humanities Center. Free and open to the public.
PUBLIC PANEL: The 2012 Presidential Elections: Ads & Issues Analyzed21 October 2012
Sunday, Oct 21, 2:30-4:00 pm, Weitz Center 236
Perspectives: The HC Public Humanities Series
Public Panel: The 2012 Presidential Elections: Ads and Issues Analyzed
Featuring Barbara Allen, Ada M. Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of Social Sciences & Director of Women and Gender Studies and Bill Hillsman, North Woods Advertising, creator of legendary ad campaigns for Paul Wellstone, Jesse Ventura and Ralph Nader. Sponsored by the Carleton Humanities Center. Free and open to the public.
21 September 2012
A two-day workshop for faculty and staff engaged in developing digital humanities projects at Carleton, Macalester, and St. Olaf colleges. This event began with a dinner and a keynote address on Friday, September 21st, from 6:00-9:00 p.m., and workshops continued all day Saturday, September 22nd, 2012, from 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Renowned writer Uday Prakash, considered one of contemporary Hindi’s most important voices, is visiting Carleton College for the month of May as the Lindesmith Distinguished Lecturer and Writer in Residence. During his residency, Prakash will present a number of public lectures and film screenings; these events are free and open to the public.
Award-winning author Lawrence Weschler, a “passionate advocate of wonder” and writer of creative nonfiction works, will deliver a pair of presentations at Carleton College’s Weitz Center for Creativity on Monday, Oct. 17. Weschler’s appearance is in conjunction with the exhibit, “Seeing is Knowing: The Universe,” currently on display in the Perlman Teaching Museum at the Weitz Center for Creativity. Both events, as well as admission to the exhibit, are free and open to the public.
Paul Crenshaw, assistant professor of art history and archaeology at Washington University in St. Louis, will present a lecture entitled “Value and Judgement in Rembrandt’s Hundred Guilder Print” on Thursday, January 29 at 5 p.m. in Boliou Hall, room 104. A 1990 graduate of Carleton, Crenshaw’s visit is The Edwin L. Weisl, Jr. Lectureship in Art History, sponsored by the Robert Lehman Foundation, and free and open to the public.