+ Daniel Carter

Presentations

(2017) D. Carter and T. Welsh. Fantasy Football and Everyday Neoliberalism: When Objective Measures and Racial Biases Collide on Twitter. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Dallas, TX.

(2016) D. Carter. Digital Humanities: Intersections and Questions. University of Porto, Porto, Portugal. Invited.

(2016) D. Carter. When Work Gets Weird: Information Studies and the New Economy. iSchool Inclusion Institute. School of Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsbugh, PA. Invited.

(2016) D. Carter. Designing Workflows for Twitter Research. Digital Writing and Research Lab, Department of Rhetoric and Writing, University of Texas, Austin, TX. Invited.

(2016) D. Carter. Participatory Design Studio: Online Social Networking Data. Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Atlanta, GA.

(2016) D. Carter. How the Nodes Are Known: Conceptualizing Influence on Social Media Platforms. Digital Methods Initiative Winter School, Amsterdam, NL.

(2015) D. Carter. The Cultural Impact of Content Management Systems: A Topic Modeling Approach. Texas Digital Humanities Conference, Arlington, TX.

(2014) T. Clement, D. Carter, M. Holmes and S. Schreibman. The Versioning Machine for Audio: Introducing VM 5.0 (poster). Text Encoding Initiative, Evanston, IL.

(2013) D. Carter, S. Ross, J. Sayers and S. Schreibman. Versioning Texts and Concepts. Digital Humanities Conference, Lincoln, NB.

(2013) D. Carter. Text Visualizations and Humanities Research (poster). Nebraska Forum on Digital Humanities, Lincoln, NB.