Conferences

  • The Roots of Meaning: A Symposium on Lisa Jackson’s Transmissions

    Kate Hennessy and Karrmen Crey (Stó:lō) are co-curators of The Roots of Meaning: A Symposium on Lisa Jackson’s Transmissions, taking place on Sept. 20th 2019 at the SFU Woodwards World Art Centre. The Roots of Meaning: A Symposium on Lisa Jackson’s Transmissions Sept. 20th, 2019 9am -5 pm EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION  World Art Centre, Simon Fraser University, Woodwards. Curated by […]

  • HASTAC2019 Roundtable: Wrapped in the Cloud

    We had an excellent roundtable session at HASTAC2019 in Vancouver, on the unceded ancestral territory of the Musqueam people. Thank you to the organizers for a wonderful conference! Wrapped in the Cloud: Exhibition, Return, and Digital Representations of Meghann O’Brien’s Sky Blanket A 60-minute Roundtable of Talks by Beth Carter (Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest […]

  • Postcolonial Digital Collections Proceedings

    Hannah Turner and Kate Hennessy are honored to have a workshop paper published as a part of the Postcolonial Digital Collections workshop, which took place in Halle Germany in May 2018. “The workshop brought together researchers from different parts of the world to explore the reasoning, concepts, and consequences of digitizing cultural heritage and to […]

  • Technologies, Geographies, & Temporalities: Cultural Heritage & Digital Imaging Symposium

    Kate is honored to be presenting at the Technologies, Geographies, & Temporalities: Cultural Heritage & Digital Imaging Symposium at Florida State University on April 6, 2019. She will be presenting on the project conducted in collaboration with Meghann O’Brien, Conrad Sly, and Hannah Turner: “Meghann O’Brien’s ‘Wrapped in the Cloud’: Working Together at the Interface’. […]

  • Bad Habitus: Anthropology in the Age of the Multimodal- a Roundtable at #AmAnth2018

    Please join our conversation in San Jose at the Meetings of the American Anthropological Association on November 16 10:15 am-12 noon (4-0335.). Bad Habitus: Anthropology in the Age of the Multimodal Roundtable Session How is multimodal anthropology complicit in the reification of technocentric methodologies and power? Inspired by Elizabeth Chin’s provocation for the multimodal to […]