So pleased to be able to attend HASTAC 2013. Had a lovely time meeting people, getting new ideas, and sharing my work. I'm beyond grateful for all the support this community has shown me - and only sorry a previous conference commitment cut my time in Toronto far shorter than i would've liked.
The supershort version of the presentation is - we make sense of the world by means beyond solely text, and in both form and content my work embodies an argument for that in being amphibious - that is simultaneously visual and verbal. And then there's a bit more...
While I created no official, easily shareable talk for my presentation, I've gathered together some links to other works that can give those interested who weren't there a sense of what went down and perhaps fill in some gaps for those who were.
First up, I created an image-text document of a talk I gave a while back. It has a lot of similar threads to what i presented in Toronto: http://www.spinweaveandcut.blogspot.com/2013/04/image-text-talk-comics-as-tool-for.html (you can skip my site and find it directly here: http://www.juniata.edu/services/jcpress/voices/pdf/2012/jv_2012_162-172.pdf)
Also, in this talk, I highlighted a number of pages from the current chapter I'm working on, and you can find posts on that at the following: