Please note: times, locations, and titles are subject to change. 

All posted times are Pacific Standard Time (UTC -8).

Friday, March 4, 2016

10am-12pm: Workshop 1, Asian Centre Room 604

Dominik Wujastyk, University of Alberta
“Simplicity and Complexity in the Design of Indic Digital Humanities Projects”

Philipp Maas, University of Vienna
“A Digital Critical Edition of the Pātañjalayogaśāstra

12-2.30pm: Lunch break

(1-2pm: research visit to the Museum of Anthropology for invited speakers)

2.30-4.30pm: Workshop 2, Asian Centre Room 604

Andrew Ollett, Harvard University
“Versions, Texts, Corpora: Towards Digital Anthologies”

Sean Pue, Michigan State University
“Textual Encoding of Hindi/Urdu Poetry for Data-Rich Literary Analysis”

4.30-5pm: Reception, Asian Centre Lobby

5-7pm: Plenary Address, Asian Centre Auditorium

Peter Robinson, University of Saskatchewan
“As We May Read: Audiences, Authors and Editors in the Digital Age”

 Saturday, March 5, 2016

10am-12pm: Workshop 3, Asian Centre Room 604

Manan Ahmed, Columbia University [via remote feed from New York]

Stefan Baums, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich
“Buddhist Manuscript Culture in the Digital Age: and READ”

12-2pm: Lunch break

(1-2PM: Software demos in Asian Centre Lobby)

2-4pm: Plenary Address, Asian Centre Auditorium

John Bryant, Hofstra University
“Translation Is Revision: Imagining a Digital Tool for Editing Translation as a Fluid Text”

4-6pm: Workshop 4, Asian Centre Room 604

Wendy Phillips-Rodriguez, National Autonomous University of Mexico
“Is It Possible to Talk About Geographical Trends of Textual Transmission in Sanskrit Textual Criticism?”

Adheesh Sathaye and Tim Bellefleur, University of British Columbia
“From Critical to ‘Dynamic’ Editions of Sanskrit Story Literature”