Dr. Amanda Starling Gould

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First name: 
Amanda Starling
Last name: 
Gould
Brief Bio: 

Gould graduated from Duke University in May of 2017 with a Ph.D. in Literature and a certificate in Information Science & Studies. Her dissertation, “Digital Environmental Metabolisms: An Ecocritical Project of the Digital Environmental Humanities” is a hybrid study exploring the intersections of media materiality, the environmental humanities, digital art, and narrative communication theory. She is a Research Associate for the Department of Literature and Global Cultural Studies at Duke University and in August of 2017, she was hired as the Project Coordinator / Digital Humanities Specialist for the Franklin Humanities Institute. She also now teaches “Green Certified” Environmental Humanities courses for the Duke Literature Department and sits on the Environment and Culture Working Group for Duke’s new Healthy Duke Initiative.

Her current teaching and research work investigates global environmental health communication, digital media, global environmental humanities, environmental justice, EcoCritical DH, sustainable humanities scholarship, embodied media(ted) experiences, and the narrative, performative, and artistic aspects of the health humanities.

See more at amandastarlinggould.com

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Virtual and Augmented Reality Digital Humanities Institute (V/AR-DHI), Summer 2018, Duke University

Call for Papers
The Virtual and Augmented Reality Digital Humanities Institute (V/AR-DHI) is a two-week summer institute at Duke University for up to 12 participants to take place from July 23-August 3, 2018. The Institute is supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and will be focused on the...

CFP: The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, General Issue

October 31 2016
Call for Papers
CFP: The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, General Issue UPDATE: DEADLINE EXTENDED! NEW DUE DATE OCTOBER 31, 2016. Issue Editors: Matthew K. Gold, The Graduate Center, CUNY Sava Saheli Singh, New York University The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy seeks scholarly work...
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CFP: Challenging the Boundaries of the ePortfolio: Digital Spaces and Digital Pedagogy

December 22 2015 to May 16 2016
Call for Papers
Call for Papers The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Special Issue: Challenging the Boundaries of the ePortfolio: Digital Spaces and Digital Pedagogy Issue Editors: Anne Donlon, Emory University Amanda Licastro, Stevenson University Dominique Zino, LaGuardia Community College This...
THATCamp Eco-Critical DH 2016

THATCamp Eco-Critical DH 2016

February 27 2016
Event
THATCamp Eco-Critical DH 2016 is a regional event, co-sponsored by the Duke Digital Humanities Initiative and UNC Libraries’ Research Hub, which will highlight the intersections of digital humanities and environmental justice. Following recent efforts to ask DH to engage with social justice work,...
Duke University
Durham, NC 27701
United States

Blueprints: CFP for a New Short Form Section of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

November 1 2016
Call for Papers
Blueprints A New Short Form Section of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy What you’ve built may be impressive. However, it probably required many hours of labor to get there. Publishing the path you took gives voice to the labor involved in creating digital tools, techniques, and...

Call for Submissions: Issue 9 of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

October 15 2015
Call for Papers
Call for Submissions Issue 9 of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Issue editors: Tyler Fox, University of Washington - Bothell Carlos Hernandez, Borough of Manhattan Community College Deadline: October 15, 2015 The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy seeks scholarly work...
Duke Digital Studio hosts Alex Gil! Setting Up Playgrounds for the Digital Humanities / March 18

Duke Digital Studio hosts Alex Gil! Setting Up Playgrounds for the Digital Humanities / March 18

March 18 2015
Event
Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Humanities and History Division, Columbia University Libraries. We’ll kick off with a DH Sandbox Chat which will be followed by hands-on Omeka workshop led by Alex Gil. We’ll then be treated to a keynote, By working with Omeka, students learn how to author meta-data...
Durham, NC
United States

Duke Digital Studio hosts Mark Sample at the Edge! #samplehack

February 11 2015
Event
The Murthy Digital Studio, in conjunction with the Duke PhD Lab present an afternoon with Dr. Mark Sample! 1:00 Workshop : Hacking Texts: A Workshop on Deep Textual Hacks Dr. Mark Sample, Duke Murthy Digital Studio, 2 hours in duration In this workshop Dr. Mark Sample will lead us in a 'deep hack'...
Durham, NC
United States

Duke Digital Studio Sandbox Chat with Hannah Jacobs: Visualizing the New Woman

February 4 2015
Event
Our DH Sandbox Chats are informal events designed to foster discussion, review, critique, and conversation about digital humanities projects. Each Chat will feature one or two presentations from a wide range of students, scholars, and professionals working on Digital Humanities projects that are...
Durham,
United States

Duke Digital Studio Sandbox Chat with Norman Sandridge: Reading an Ancient Text 'Holistically' via the Digital Humanities

January 28 2015
Event
Our DH Sandbox Chats are informal events designed to foster discussion, review, critique, and conversation about digital humanities projects. Each Chat will feature one or two presentations from a wide range of students, scholars, and professionals working on Digital Humanities projects that are...
Durham,
United States
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