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2nd Digital Library Lecture Series--Kenneth Price
Kelvin Smith Library's 2006-07 Digital Library Lecture series proudly presents Dr. Kenneth Price on Thursday, April 5th, 1:30 p.m. with "From Scholarly Edition to Thematic Research Collection: the Walt Whitman Archive and the Metamorphosis of Humanistic Studies." Co-director of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Co-director of the Walt Whitman Archive, Dr. Price highlights collaborative & interdisciplinary research in the humanities, as well as the technological tools required to use digital research.
Join us on Thursday, April 5, as Kenneth Price sparks conversation about the way we can create, use, analyze, and shape our future electronic scholarship. You'll hear his views on whether or not putting Whitman on the Internet has changed literary scholarship and culture, and he'll challenge your thoughts on the very way we talk about it.
Thursday, April 5, 1:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Kelvin Smith Library, 2nd floor Dampeer Room
Free seating (first-come basis) to all who are interested.
Print & Share the Digital Library Lecture Series flyer as a reminder & for more details!
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Distinguished Lecture Series Author Booksigning @KSL
KSL hosts a booksigning event in conjunction with this year's Distinguished Lecture Series at Case, featuring Harvard University's Dr. Lisa Randall. Copies of the best-selling Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries fo the Universe's Hidden Dimensions will be available for purchase and signing.
Is what we see all that is there? What have we measured, what do we know besides left, right, up, down, time....what other dimensions are out there to help us understand? Join us at the lecture in Severance Hall, and experience a dynamic speaker that will intrigue your mind about multiple dimensions, and more. The lecture is free (register online), and all are welcome to the free booksigning event.
The booksigning takes place after the lecture at Severance Hall, Tuesday March 20. Dr. Randall's lecture begins at 5:30 and includes time for questions, with an expected conclusion near 7 p.m. More details about Lisa Randall's appearance are available from Case Daily entries of March 6, 19, & 20.
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