Tuesday 13th June

Coffee at AFF: 9.30

Introduction: 10am – 11am

Lightning presentations

Session I: 11am-1.00pm

  • The History and Practice of the two fields
  1. Lisa M. Snyder, UCLA, USA
  2. Joris van Zundert,  Huygens Institute for the History of The Netherlands

Coffee Break

Group Exercise: Defining key terms common in the two fields

Lunch: 1.00-1.45pm

Session II: 1.45-2.30pm

  • Presentation of key terms and shared definitions
  • Discussion

Session III: 2.30-4.30pm Annotation

  • Group Exercise: What ‘textual’ features do you annotate and why?
  • Four 5 minute presentations on annotation [2 VW/ 2 DSE]. 
    • Alexander Czmiel
    • Lynn Ramey
    • Costas Papadopoulos
    • Lisa M. Snyder

Coffee: 3.00-3.30pm

Session III: 4.30-5.30pm

  • Discussion: Are 3D worlds texts, and if so, what is the textuality of the 3D world?

Reception: 6:30pm


Wednesday 14th June

Session IV: 9.30-11.00am: Representing Change/Temporality

  • Four five minute presentations on the theme (projects or theoretical) [2 VW/ 2 DSE]. 
    • Eleni Petridou
    • Andreas Mertgens
    • Juliette Levy
    • John Buckley

Coffee: 11.00-11.30am

Session V: 11.30am-1.00pm Ambiguity, Transparency, and Reconstruction

  • Four five minute presentations on the theme (projects or theoretical) [2 VW/ 2 DSE]. 
      • Magnus Williamson
      • Joris van Zundert
      • Anthony Masinton
      • Alice Watterson

        Group Activity: Exercise to be posted on the blog

Lunch: 1.00-1.45pm

Session VI: 1.45-3.15pm Designing the Scholarly Edition for Virtual Worlds

  • Theoretical perspectives, values, audiences, mediums in the design of VW as DSEs
  • Designing the killer edition

Coffee: 3.15-3.45pm

Session VII: 3.45-5.30pm: Discussion, Wrap up and Next Steps

Dinner: 6:00pm