amanda starling gould

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First name: 
amanda starling
Last name: 
gould
Brief Bio: 

As a student of digital literary media currently pursuing a PhD at Duke, I am investigating how technologies of expression become technologies–qua agents–of thought and discovery; how the visible textures and invisible networks of technoscientific new media affect and effect modern thought and literature; how the shape of a literary work–its legible topographies, its structural architectures, its digital immaterialities, and its transmedia contexts–influence its discursive function; and how well we understand the cultural and historical conventions and expectations of visual-literary communication.

I am a HASTAC Scholar and a Duke PhD Lab Scholar in Duke's new PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge. I am currently working on a Duke FHI Graduate Scholarship Initiative project to make and map Network Ecologies. I tweet @stargould and blog at texturalliterature.blogspot.com.

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

February 4 2015
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...
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Duke Digital Studio Sandbox Chat with Norman Sandridge: Reading an Ancient Text 'Holistically' via the Digital Humanities

January 28 2015
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 What I Do with Data Event - The S-1 Lab 3D prints personal data and creates AR garden gnomes!

January 21 2015
Duke Libraries Digital Scholarship Services invites you to join us for our first What I Do with Data presentation. The Duke S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab will be presenting its Manifest Data project - a project that includes a 3D printed manifestation of personal Internet browsing data and an AR-...
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Join us for the opening of The Edge! Open House for Duke's Edge Ruppert Commons for Research + Technology + Collaboration Wednesday January 14

January 14 2015
You’re invited to a Duke University Libraries Open House! **Event will be live-tweeted by Duke Digital Scholarship Services Research Intern Amanda Starling Gould. Follow the #EdgeOpens tweets at @DukeDSS ** Follow the Duke Digital Scholarship Services new Digital Studio online at http://sites.duke...
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EXTENDED! CFP Issue 8 of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Special Topic: Disability as Insight, Access as the Function of Design

May 15 2015
**Submission Date Extended to May 15! ** Call for Submissions: Issue 8 of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Special Topic: Disability as Insight, Access as the Function of Design Issue Editors: Sushil K. Oswal, University of Washington, and Andrew J. Lucchesi, The Graduate Center,...
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