Shaoling Ma’s talk “What Do Media Do? The ‘Case’ of Late Qing China, 1861–1906,” drew on her recent book, The Stone and the Wireless, Mediating China 1861-1906.
Allen Riddell’s talk, “Every Victorian Novel: Dispatches from Data-Intensive Book History,” reviewed three recent contributions to the history of fiction publishing in the British Isles and Ireland during the 19th century.
The Radical Futures symposium, which took place on March 20-21, 2021, brought together researchers from Germany and the US to discuss both the future of media and form(at)s of imagination/imaginaries in the 21st century.
The Connecticut Digital Humanities Conference will take place at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut on February 28-29, 2020.