Audiovisualities out of Annotation: Three Case Studies in Teaching Digital Annotation with “Mediate”
Audiovisualities out of Annotation: Three Case Studies in Teaching Digital Annotation with “Mediate”

Audiovisualities out of Annotation: Three Case Studies in Teaching Digital Annotation with “Mediate”

作者:Joel Burges, University of Rochester
Solvegia Armoskaite, University of Rochester
Tiamat Fox, University of Rochester
Darren Mueller, University of Rochester
Joshua Romphf, University of Rochester
Emily Sherwood, University of Rochester
Madeline Ullrich, University of Rochester

转载来源:Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2021, Volume 15 Number 1,



Joel Burges 

Joel Burges is Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies, and Digital Media Studies, Director of the Graduate Program in Visual & Cultural Studies, and the Principal Investigator of Mediate at the University of Rochester. At work on a book about the figure of the television writer from Carl Reiner to Issa Rae, he is author of Out of Sync & Out of Work: History and the Obsolescence of Labor in Contemporary Culture (Rutgers, 2018) and co-editor of Time: A Vocabulary of the Present (NYU Press, 2016) with Amy J. Elias. More recently, he has co-edited and contributed to special issues of Post45 (“Stranger Things and Nostalgia Now”) and InVisible Culture (“Black Studies Now and the Currency of Hazel Carby”).

Solvegia Armoskaite 

Solvegia Armoskaite is a linguist who enjoys interdisciplinary collaborations on anything to do with language. Her current research focuses on emotion in language. The need to use digital means to capture emotional nuance drew her to this project.

Tiamat Fox 

Tiamat Fox holds a bachelors in Psychology and Language, Media, & Communication, and a Minor in Business from the University of Rochester. While at University of Rochester, she worked as a research assistant for the Digital Scholarship Lab.

Darren Mueller 

Darren Mueller is assistant professor of musicology at the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. With a focus in jazz studies, he researches how technologies of sound alter musical performance and the construction of racial ideologies in the United States. He is also the co-editor of Digital Sound Studies (Duke University Press, 2018).

Joshua Romphf 

Joshua Romphf is the programmer for the Digital Scholarship Lab at University of Rochester’s River Campus Libraries and the lead developer of Mediate. Originally from London, Ontario, he holds an MA in Film and Media Preservation from George Eastman Museum and The University of Rochester.

Emily Sherwood 

Emily Sherwood is the Director of the Digital Scholarship Lab at University of Rochester’s River Campus Libraries. She is an alum of the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and holds a Ph.D. in English from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Madeline Ullrich 

Madeline Ullrich is a PhD student in the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester and an Andrew W. Mellon Digital Humanities Fellow. Her current research focuses on the study of television aesthetics and narrative, with an emphasis in feminist and queer theory.

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