May 11-15, 2016 | Tempe, AZ
hastac2016.org | #HASTAC16
Impact: Variation, Innovation, Action
Striving for Impact: How can interdisciplinary research in humanities, arts, and technology have greater exchange with public and non-academic communities? HASTAC’s 2016 conference seeks to emphasize and encourage broader conversations about the past, current, and potential impact of interdisciplinary work in research and education. What new institutional or research configurations are available, or urgently necessary?
Speakers include Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University and author of Designing the New American University; Liza Potts, Director of Writing, Information, and Digital Experience (WIDE) Center at Michigan State University; and Gary Dirks, Directory of the Julie Ann Wrigley School for Sustainability at Arizona State University.
Draft schedule posted at hastac2016.sched.org!
HASTAC 2016 features a non-traditional mix of both papers and more interactive formats, with presenters of the latter being encouraged to be as creative as possible. The schedule includes five tracks, each with Birds of a Feather sessions, Interactive Sessions, and long and short paper presentations.
Conference tracks include:
- Archives and Collections
- Arts and Media
- Innovative Pedagogy
- Digital Humanities
- Culture and Ethics
Register at http://www.regonline.com/HASTAC2016. Early Registration ends March 25:
Faculty & Full Time Employees: $200.00
Students & Part Time Employees: $100.00
New Call for #HASTAC16 Student Poster Competition!
Print posters (4 x 3’) are solicited for a competition designed to showcase emerging projects, ideas, and scholars. For more information, please see hastac2016.org Please submit your poster proposal (250 word abstract that responds to the conference theme of IMPACT) by March 31 via http://goo.gl/forms/OJk2pqlcho. First through third place will receive cash prizes.