Related Publications


Anna Stenport

  • (w/Scott MacKenzie and Lilya Kaganovsky) Arctic Cinemas and the Documentary Ethos. Bloomington: Indiana UP, forthcoming.

  • (w/ Scott MacKenzie) “The Polarities and Hybridities of Arctic Cinemas.” The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Cinemas. Eds. Janine Marchessault and Will Straw. Oxford: Oxford UP, forthcoming.


Greg Zinman

  • “The Avant-Garde Goes to the Mall: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of the Rio VideoWall (1989).” Society for Cinema and Media Studies, March 2018.


Rebekah Fitzsimmons

  • (w/ Suzan Alteri) "Possibly Impossible; Or, Teaching Undergraduates to Confront Digital and Archival Research Methodologies, Social Media Networking, and Potential Failure." The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 14, January 2019.


Brian Larson

  • Larson, B., Lawrence, H.M., Scott A. & Knox, E. “Terms of Service: Legal, Usability and Ethical Perspectives." (In Progress).

  • Lawrence, H.M.; Larson, B., and Scott, A. “Promoting interdisciplinary undergraduate humanities research: A case for the “continuous course lab”. (In Progress)

  • Larson, B., Lawrence, H.M. & Witcomb Laiola, S. “By Reading This Title, You Have Agreed To Our Terms of Service”. 7th Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI). February 26-27, 2018, Greenville, NC. (Accepted)

  • Lawrence, H.M. & Witcomb Laiola, S. “Facilitating Undergraduate Research in the Humanities through the “Continuous Course Lab”. Conference workshop. Computers and Writing. May 24-27, 2018, Fairfax, VA. (Accepted)

  • Lawrence, H.M. “Redesigning the Fine Print: Deploying User Centered Design in EULAs.” Guest Lecture. Towson University School of Liberal Arts. December 5, 2017. Towson, Maryland.


Bradley Rittenhouse

  • (w/ Aaron Brenner, Sarah Conner, Jennifer Greyburn, Matthew Hannah, and Brandon Walsh) "The Life of a Lab." ACH 2019. Roundtable Discussion.  Pittsburgh, PA.  July 26-29, 2019.

  • "Finding Data in a Literary Corpus." Digital Humanities 2018. Paper Presentation.  Mexico City, MX.  June 26, 2018.

  • “Data Systems in Nineteenth-Century American Literature.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Georgia State University. Atlanta, GA. November 3-5, 2018.

  • “Of Whales and the Web: Hunting for Data in Nineteenth-Century American Literature.” Georgia Institute of Technology Postdoctoral Symposium Fall 2017.

Lauren Klein

  • “Distant Reading after Moretti.” Modern Language Association, New York, NY, January 2018.

  • (w/Miriam Posner) Feminist Media Histories 3.3 (Summer 2017). Coedited with Miriam Posner. Special issue on “Data.” (w/ Miriam Posner)
  • “Data as Media.” Feminist Media Histories 3.3 (Summer 2017): 1-8. *( Caroline Foster, Adam Hayward, Erica Pramer, and Shivani Negi).
  • “The Shape of History: Reimagining Elizabeth Palmer Peabody’s Feminist Visualization Work.” Feminist Media Histories 3.3 (Summer 2017): 149-153.
  • Roundtable co-organizer and co-chair, “Activism in the Humanities: Digital Projects for Public Engagement,” Modern Language Association, New York, NY, January 2018.

  • “Timescape and Memory: Visualizing Big Data at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.” The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities. Ed. Jentery Sayers. New York: Routledge, 2017. 433-442.

  • *(w/Foster, C., A. Hayward, A., S. Kucheryavykh, A. Vujic, M. Japra, S. Negi) “The Shape of History: Reimagining Nineteenth-Century Data Visualization.” Digital Humanities 2017. Association of Digital Humanities Organizations, 2017.


Jacqueline Jones Royster

  • A Woman’s Era: Mapping the Terrain of Nineteenth Century African American Women’s Activism (in progress)

  • (co-author Gesa L. Kirsch) “Social Circulation and Legacies of Mobility for Nineteenth Century Women.” Rhetoric, Writing and Circulation, eds. Laurie Gries and Collin Brooke. Logan: University of Utah State UP (in press).

  • “Nineteenth Century African American Women and the Periodical Press.” African American Literature in Transitions, 1880-1900, eds. Barbara McCaskill and Caroline Gebhard. New York: Cambridge UP (in press).

  • (Roundtable) “Friends Not Foes: Partnering with STEM to Grow Humanities,” Modern Language Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 7 January 2017.

  • (Roundtable) “Digital Humanities: Visualizing Social Activism.” New Directions in the Humanities Panel. UNCF- Mellon Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. 13 October 2017.


Janet Murray

  • Hamlet on the Holodeck: The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace Updated Edition. (MIT Press, 2018)

  • “Immersion and Spatial Design in the Story/Game” (keynote) Lost in a Book, Lost in a Game. GamesLit Conference. Montreal CA October 2017

  • Panelist, Game Studies at 20 (recognizing 20th anniversary of Hamlet on the Holodeck), College Art Association (CAA), New York, February 2017

  • “The Holodeck Revisited ... What is Real? (Keynote)” Storyspace, Netherlands Film Festival, September 2017

  • “The past, present, and future of immersion” State of the Art (Pre-conference Keynote), Netherlands Film Festival, September 2017


Michael Hoffman

  • “Consensus building and its epistemic conditions.” Special Issue (“Epistemic dimensions of disagreement: Perspectives from Argumentation Theory and Philosophy”). TOPOI.

  • “Dealing with Wicked Problems: Strategies and Technologies.” Third Annual Meeting of the Consortium for Socially Relevant Philosophy of/in Science and Engineering (SRPoiSE3), May 19-22, 2016, Richardson, TX.

  • “Fostering Reflection and Self-correcting Reasoning with Deliberation and Argument Visualization Systems.” Second European Conference on Argumentation, June 20-23, 2017. Fribourg, Switzerland.

  • “Governance of Emerging Technologies through Online Deliberation.” Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy & Ethics, May 17-19, 2017. Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University.

  • “Mediating Conflicts with the Reflect! Platform Online and in Workshop Settings.” Annual Meeting of the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM), July 9-12, 2017, Berlin, Germany.

  • “Reflective Consensus Building on Wicked Problems.” 4th Conference of the Public Philosophy Network, February 8- 10, 2018, Boulder, Colorado.

  • “Using Reflection Tools for Decision Making and Negotiation on Wicked Problems.” Annual Conference of the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM). 2016. New York City, NY.

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2005). "Logical argument mapping: A method for overcoming cognitive problems of conflict management" International Journal of Conflict Management, 16(4), 304-334.

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2011). "Analyzing Framing Processes in Conflicts and Communication by Means of Logical Argument Mapping" In W. A. Donohue, R. G. Rogan & S. Kaufman (Eds.), Framing Matters: Perspectives on Negotiation Research and Practice in Communication (pp. 136-164). New York, NY: Peter Lang (pre-print available at

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2011). "Cognitive conditions of diagrammatic reasoning" Semiotica, 186(1/4), 189-212. Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2015). Argument Mapping Software: Semiotic Foundations. In M. Peters (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory (pp. 1-6): Springer Singapore. Retrieved from doi: 10.1007/978-981-287-532-7_27-1

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2015). "Changing Philosophy through Technology: Complexity and Computer-Supported Collaborative Argument Mapping" Philosophy & Technology, 28(2), 167-188. doi: 10.1007/s13347-013-0143-6

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2016). "Reflective Argumentation: A Cognitive Function of Arguing" Argumentation, 30(4), 365-397. doi: 10.1007/s10503-015-9388-9

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G. (2016). "Stimulating reflection and self-correcting reasoning through argument mapping: Three approaches" Topoi. An International Review of Philosophy. doi: 10.1007/s11245-016-9408-x

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G., & Borenstein, J. (2014). "Understanding Ill-Structured Engineering Ethics Problems Through a Collaborative Learning and Argument Visualization Approach" Science and Engineering Ethics, 20(1), 261-276. doi: 10.1007/s11948-013-9430-y

  • Hoffmann, M. H. G., & Lingle, J. A. (2015). "Facilitating Problem-Based Learning by Means of Collaborative Argument Visualization Software" Teaching Philosophy, 38(4), 371-398. doi: 10.5840/teachphil2015112039


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