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|Title:||Arts Faculty Research Performance Day 2008: Digital Research|
Faculty of Arts
|Abstract:||Research Performance Day showcased - in a series of ten minute talks - the richness and diversity of research in the Faculty, on the part of young scholars, established researchers, and postgraduates just embarking on an academic career. There were four panels: Digital scholarship in the Faculty; Peace and conflict; Postgraduate showcase and Histories of emotion. This year the Organising Committee invited researchers in the Faculty to present their digital research outputs. The DIU prepared a slide show with snapshots from digital publications to present a range of digital research outputs in the Faculty.|
|Description:||PowerPoint presentation includes snapshots from the following works: Mark Byron, ARC Discovery Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of English. "Digital Editions of Modernist Literary Texts:Samuel Beckett’s Novel Watt" Margaret Clunies Ross & Hannah Burrows. Margaret Clunies Ross, McCaughey Professor of English Language and Early English Literature. Hannah Burrows, Research Associate. The project team includes more than fifty international collaborators. "Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages". Aaron Corn, Research Fellow, SLAM. "The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia". Dirk Moses, Senior Lecturer, Department of History. "Theoretical Paper: Toward a Theory of Critical Genocide Studies". Entry in the "Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence". Frances Muecke, Department of Classics and Ancient History. "Silius Italicus", in "Repertorium Pomponianum". See Themata|Overview|Silius Italicus. PARADISEC & Department of Linguistics. Blog "Transient languages and cultures". Margaret Poulos, ARC Discovery Postdoctoral Research Fellow. "arms and the woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity". Electronic book published by Columbia University Press in 2008. Jeffrey Riegel, Professor and Head of School of Languages and Cultures. "Confucius". Entry in "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy". Sydney eScholarship, University Library. Sydney eScholarship has a range of digital projects for and with researchers in the Faculty of Arts.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Faculty of Arts|
|Type of Work:||Presentation|
|Appears in Collections:||DIU Presentations|
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