Schedule
The Institute meets June 6-11, 2022, at the Hall Center for the Humanities on the University of Kansas campus.

Schedule-at-a-Glance

Daily schedule is subject to change.

For full descriptions of the sessions see the sessions pages.


Day 1
Monday, June 6
Day 2
Tuesday, June 7
Day 3
Wednesday, June 8
Day 4
Thursday, June 9
Day 5
Friday, June 10
Day 6
Saturday, June 11
8:00 - 8:30AM Sign-in
(Coffee & Light Snacks)
Sign-in
(Coffee & Light Snacks)
Sign-in
(Coffee & Light Snacks)
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(Coffee & Light Snacks)
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(Coffee & Light Snacks)
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(Coffee & Light Snacks)
8:30 - 9:30AM Welcome, Introductions, Overview
Brian Rosenblum & Dave Tell

Q: What are the goals of the Institute?
CASE STUDY:
The Lakeland
Community Heritage Project
Stephanie Sapienza
& Violetta Sharps Jones
CASE STUDY:
The American Indian Digital History Project
Kent Blansett
CASE STUDY:
Under the Rainbow: Oral Histories of GLTIQ People in Kansas
Tami Albin
CASE STUDY:
San Antonio Storyscapes
Lindsey Wieck
CASE STUDY:
The Emmett Till Memory Project Benjamin Saulsberry
& Dave Tell
9:30 - 10:30AM Humanities for All
Michelle May-Curry

Q: What are the public humanities?
Building Trust: Participatory Design with Community Partners, Part I
Dotte Agency

Q: How do you ensure community stakeholders are fully engaged?
Cultural Heritage & Protocols for Indigenous Access
Michael Wynne

Q: What are the ethical questions of the digital public archive?
Oral History 101
Tami Albin

Q: What are the basic processes and technology needs for conducting oral history interviews?
Telling Stories with Maps and Data Visualizations
Sylvia Fernández

Q: How can we tell stories effectively using maps and data
Accessible & Inclusive Web Design
Kaylen Dwyer
& Sylvia Fernández

Q: How do you ensure your web-based project is accessible and inclusive?
10:30AM Break Break Break Break Break Break
10:45AM - Noon Participant Project Sharing

Q: How is your project a digital humanities project? How is it a public humanities project?
Building Trust: Participatory Design with Community Partners, Part II
Dotte Agency

Q: How do you ensure community stakeholders are fully engaged?
Participant Project Sharing

Q: What ethical concerns do you have about your project? How can they be addressed?
Participant Project Sharing

Q: Does your project engage stakeholder stories? If so, how?
Participant Project Sharing

Q: What kinds of data does your project use or create? How could you incorporate data visualization into your project?
Lightning Talk Workshop

Each project team develops an 8 minute presentation on: 1) Lessons learned, 2) Project changes, and 3) Goals for the coming year.
Noon - 1:30PM Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:30 - 3:00PM Panel: Academia vs. The Non-Profit Sector
Sarah Bishop & Panelists

Q: What do academics need to know about non-profits, and vice versa, in order to establish good collaborations?
Socio-Technical Sustainability Roadmap, Part I
Aisling Quigley
& Chelsea Gunn

Q: What are your project's scope, audience, and sustainability priorities?
Platforms and Web Hosting & Participant Project Sharing
Kaylen Dwyer
& Brian Rosenblum

Q: How do you choose a digital platform and where do you host it? What digital platforms are you considering for your project?
Project Funding
Sarah Bishop

Q: What are your sources of funding for your project? How wlll you develop a funding plan?
Project Marketing
Sarah Bishop

Q: How will you market your project to ensure it reaches your intended audiences?
Lightning Talks

6 project teams present for 8 minutes each and receive 5 minutes of feedback.
3:00PM Break Break Break Break Break Break
3:15 - 5:00PM Developing Strong Community Partnerships
Hyunjin Seo

Q: How do you develop strong partnerships outside of academia?
Socio-Technical Sustainability Roadmap, Part II
Aisling Quigley
& Chelsea Gunn

Q: What social and technical infrastructures do you need to maintain your project?
Tech Training Breakout Session

Omeka
Kaylen Dwyer
or
Mukurtu
Kim Christen
& Michael Wynne
Tech Training Breakout Session

Metadata & Data Management
Erin Wolfe
or
Digital Audio and Video
Tami Albin
Tech Training Breakout Session

Mapping and Data Visualizing
Sylvia Fernández
or
Access, Ownership & Reuse
Josh Bolick
Lightning Talks

6 project teams present for 8 minutes each and receive 5 minutes of feedback.
5:00 - 5:30PM Feedback & Reflection Feedback & Reflection Feedback & Reflection Feedback & Reflection Feedback & Reflection Reflection, Feedback,
Wrap-up

Brian Rosenblum
& Dave Tell
5:30 - 6:00PM Break          
6:00- 7:30PM Birds of a Feather Dinner (optional)