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Selected Presentations & Workshops

Presentations

“The Digital Eighteenth Century: Directions and Opportunities,” roundtable presentation. International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Edinburgh, UK), July 14-19, 2019.

“Sometimes We Frame Ourselves to Be Lame,” paper presentation. American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Denver, CO), March 21-23, 2019.

“Literature in Context: A Digital Anthology of Literature,” lightning talk with John O’Brien (UVA) and Christine Ruotolo (UVA). NEH Office of Digital Humanities Project Director’s Meeting (Washington, DC), February 9, 2018.

“Boxing Henrietta,” paper presentation. Aphra Behn Society (Pittsburgh, PA), November 2-3, 2017.

“Addressing Systemic Bias: (Eighteenth-Century) Women Writers and Wikipedia,” workshop/roundtable. Aphra Behn Society/Burney Society (Pittsburgh, PA), November 2-3, 2017.

“Student-Scholars and the Digital Anthology” Invited roundtable presentation, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Pittsburgh, PA), March 2016

“Wikipedia and Teaching Early Women Writers” Invited workshop/talk, Aphra Behn Society 2015 (Seton Hall University), November, 2015

“Novels in Context: A TEI Database of Primary Resources for Students, Teachers & Scholars” Poster Presentation, DH 2015 (University of Western Sydney), July, 2015

“The Pomp and Farce of Death: Funeral Humor on the Popular 18th-Century English Stage” Popular Culture Association of America (Washington, DC), March 29, 2013

“Arthur Miller: An American Voice” Twenty-two hours of lecture and travaux dirigées Third-Year English lectures, Institut Supérieur des Langues de Gabès, Tunisie, March, 2012

“Tennessee Williams: Introducing The Glass Menagerie” Four hours of lecture and travaux dirigées Second-Year English Lectures, Institut supérieur des Langues de Gabès, Tunisie, March, 2012

“The Bad Fraudulence of Good Art, or the Good Fraudulence of Bad Art: Patricia Highsmith and the Terror of Purity” Popular Culture Association of America (Boston, MA), April 14, 2012

“Student-Curated Web Archives and the Practice of Public Scholarship” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (San Antonio, TX), June 22, 2012 

“’All Deformed Shapes’: The Posture-Master as Popular Performer in the Eighteenth Century” Popular Culture Association of America (San Antonio, TX), April 21, 2011 

“Collaborative Research Tools in the Methodologies Course” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Albuquerque, NM), March 19, 2010 

“’Things without Head, or Tail, or Form, or Grace’: The Hypercorporeality of Farce on the Early Eighteenth-Century Stage” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Albuquerque, NM), March 18, 2010

Workshops

“Wikid Wikipedia: Using Wikipedia in the Classroom,” breakout session. Teaching Toolbox, Marymount University, January 9, 2019.

“Using Timeline JS in the Literature Classroom?” Teaching Toolbox, Marymount University, Wednesday January 10, 2018.

“Faculty Promotion Portfolio Development May Workshop” Rank and Tenure Committee, Marymount University, Wednesday May 3, 2017.

“Teaching with TypeWright” co-taught workshop, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Los Angeles, CA), March 2015

“Minimalist Course Development in Canvas” Innovations in Teaching and Scholarship, Marymount University, October 28, 2015. 

“TEI and XML for Humanists” Innovations in Teaching and Scholarship, Marymount University, October 30, 2013 

“Omeka in the Classroom” workshop at THATcamp ASECS, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (San Antonio, TX), June 2012

“Google Takes Over, But WordPress is Waiting “ Innovations in Teaching and Scholarship, Marymount University, October 19, 2011 

“Zotero: Your Web-Based Research Tool” (with Skye Donovan) Teaching with Technology, Marymount University, May 4, 2011 

“Prezi in the Classroom: Invigorating the Lecture” Teaching with Technology, Marymount University, May 4, 2011

“Hands-On Video: Create a Commentary Clip from Start to Finish” Teaching with Technology, Marymount University, May 5, 2010

“Visualization, Literary Study, and the Survey Class” THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp), CHNM, June 27, 2009

Performing Arts

“Episode 32: Is Curiosity Feminine?” Choose to Be Curious, WERA FM Radio Program, Interview with Lynn Borton (2017). https://soundcloud.com/choosetobecurious/episode-32-is-curiosity-feminine-with-tonya-howe

How to Give Birth to a Rabbit. Co-Producer and Dramaturg. Sprenger Theatre, Atlas Performing Arts Center. Capital Fringe 2016. Review 1, DC Theatre Scene. Review 2, DC Metro Theater Arts.

Meditation on Form and Measure, Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (2015). Voice contribution in an immersive sound installation by Steve Wanna.

 

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