coloniaLab

Publicaciones y presentaciones

Las publicaciones y presentaciones que se enumeran a continuación se relacionan con los varios proyectos de coloniaLab.

Publicaciones 

McCarl, Clayton, Lyn Hemmingway, Stacey Lowey-Ball, Sara Menéndez, and Georgina Wilson Aranguren. “La edición digital como espacio de aprendizaje para los estudiantes de español” (Digital Edition as a Learning Space for Students of Spanish). Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, vol. 16, 2023, journals.openedition.org/jtei/4850.

Clayton McCarl. “Imagining a Multi-Modal Digital Corpus of Early Modern Maritime Texts.” Hydrocriticism and Colonialism in Latin America: Water Marks, edited by Mabel Moraña, Palgrave Macmillan, 2022, 99–117.

Clayton McCarl. “Semantic Markup and Structured Annotation of Early Modern Bibliographies.” Scholarly Editing: The Annual of Association for Documentary Editing, vol. 39, 2022, doi.org/10.55520/KWZBEA0E.

Clayton McCarl, editor y traductor. “Un prototipo para una edición digital del Epítome de la biblioteca oriental y occidental, náutica y geográfica (1629) de Antonio de León Pinelo / A Prototype for a Digital Edition of Antonio de León Pinelo’s Epítome de la biblioteca oriental y occidental, náutica y geográfica (1629).” Scholarly Editing: The Annual of Association for Documentary Editing, vol. 39, 2022, doi.org/10.55520/12N3RNQ6.

Clayton McCarl. “An Approach to Designing Project-Based Digital Humanities Internships.” Digital Humanities Quarterly, vol. 15, no 23 (2021), http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/15/3/000567/000567.html

Clayton McCarl. “Hacia un modelo para el marcado semántico de los textos marítimos de la época colonial.” In Docta y Sabia Atenea. Studia in honorem Lía Schwartz. Sagrario López Poza et al., eds. A Coruña: Universidade da Coruña, 2019. 545-60. 

Clayton McCarl. “Multiple-Layered Encoding as an Editorial and Pedagogical Strategy in Colonial Latin American Studies.” Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 48:1 (2018): 40-52.  https://digitalcommons.asphs.net/bsphs/vol43/iss1/3/ 

Clayton McCarl. “Discourse or Data? Theorizing the Electronic Edition of Antonio de León Pinelo’s 1629 Bibliography of the Indies.” In Latin American Textualities, edited by Heather Allen and Andrew Reynolds, University of Arizona Press, 2018. 177-96. 

Presentaciones

McCarl, Clayton. “Parejas en espera: editando la documentación que la Real Pragmática de Matrimonios (1776) ocasionó en San Agustín de la Florida” (Couples in Waiting: Editing the Documentation Motivated by the 1776 Royal Decree on Marriages). To be presented at the second annual Latin American and Caribbean Digital Humanities Symposium, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, July 4-6, 2024.

McCarl, Clayton, Amarilys Sánchez, and Christopher Wilson. “Recuperar al individuo en la edición digital de documentos afro antioqueños” (Recovering the Individual in the Edition of Documents Related to the Afro Colombian History of the Department of Antioquia). To be presented at the annual congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Bogotá, Colombia, June 12-15, 2024.

McCarl, Clayton. “Editar los documentos de la Florida española en la Florida de hoy” (Editing the Documents of Spanish Florida in the Florida of Today). To be presented at XVII Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Conference, University of Houston-Downtown, April 26-27, 2024.

Johanna Asencio-Morcillo, Paola Ramos Maysonet, and Alondra Solares Rodríguez. "Uncovering the Hispanic Hispanic Presence in North Florida through Oral History and the Online Publication of Historical Documents." Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship, University of North Florida, April 19, 2024.

Britney Griffith, Maya Blackin, and Janaya Ferrer. "Transcription and Editing Workshops for Digital Project Outreach." Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, University of North Florida, Feb. 17, 2024. (Britney Griffith presentó sobre los talleres de coloniaLab.)

Johanna Asencio-Morcillo, Paola Ramos Maysonet, and Alondra Solares. "Making Visible the Hispanic Hispanic Presence in North Florida through Oral History and the Online Publication of Historical Documents." Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, University of North Florida, Feb. 17, 2024.

Constanza López, Clayton McCarl, Johanna Asencio-Morcillo, Paola Ramos Maysonet, and Alondra Solares. "Aproximaciones digitales para visibilizar la presencia hispana en el norte de Florida." VI Encuentro de Humanistas Digitales, San Luis Potosí, México, Nov. 8, 2023.

Britney Griffith. "Disputed Marriages, Forgotten Forts, and Pirate Threats: Editing North Florida’s Colonial Past​." Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Student Research Symposium, University of North Florida. April 21, 2023.

McCarl, Clayton, Matthew Austin, Brook Breede, Janaya Ferrer, Amy Granillo, and Britney Griffith. "Discover DH at UNF." Thomas G. Carpenter Library, University of North Florida. April 10, 2023. (Britney Griffith presentó sobre coloniaLab.)

Clayton McCarl, McCarl, Britney Griffith, Marisa Pechillo, Amarilys Sánchez, and Georgina Wilson Aranguren. “Editing Archival Documents from the Colonial Periphery.” Inaugural Latin American and Caribbean Digital Humanities Symposium, University of Florida/University of North Florida, March 3, 2023.

Stacey Lowey-Ball, Sara Menéndez, and Georgina Wilson Aranguren. "coloniaLab: Editing Local Colonial History." Seventh Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 4, 2022.

Melinda Peacock. "Translating Ophir de Españaby Fernando de Montesinos: A Reflection. Seventh Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 4, 2022.

Marisa Pechillo and Clayton McCarl. "Editing a Manuscript Account of John Narborough's 1669-1671 Voyage to Chile." Seventh Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 4, 2022. 

McCarl, Clayton, Sarah Dumitrascu, Stacey Harmer, C. Lynne Hemmingway, Melinda Peacock, Marisa Pechillo, Emilia Thom, and Georgina Wilson Aranguren. “Building Communities of Student Editors.” Association for Documentary Editing, June 24, 2022.

Gordon, Nathan, Clayton McCarl, Melinda Peacock and Paulino Estévez-Ancira. “Digital Editing as a Space for Shared Pedagogy in Colonial Latin American Studies.” XXXX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, May 5-8, 2022.

Peacock, Melinda. "Making a Bilingual Digital Edition of Ophir de España by Fernando de Montesinos." Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS), April 2022, University of North Florida.

Lowey-Ball, Stacey. "Semantic Markup and Contextual Research Related to a Digital Edition of a Seventeenth-Century Spanish Bibliography of the Indies​." Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS), April 2022, University of North Florida.

McCarl, Clayton, Nathan Gordon, Melinda Peacock, and Stacey Harmer. “Place as an Organizing Concept in Editing Ophir de España by Fernando de Montesinos.” Florida Digital Humanities Consortium, Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida, April 2, 2022.

Peacock, Melinda. "Bilingual Digital Editing as a Learning Tool." Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Univ. of Central Florida, Feb. 18-19, 2002.

Gordon, Nathan, Clayton McCarl, Melinda Peacock and Paulino Estévez-Ancira. “Building a Prototype Edition of Ophir de España by Fernando de Montesinos.” Sixth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 15-19, 2021. Poster.

McCarl, Clayton, Emilia Thom and Georgina Wilson. “Editing the Spanish Colonial Heritage of Northeast Florida.” XXXIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (virtual), May 26-29, 2021.

McCarl, Clayton, Cassidy Bowen, Carol Lynne Hemmingway, Rebecca Nunes, Marisa Pechillo, Emilia Thom and Matthew Welcome. “Digital Editing as Public History Pedagogy.” National Council on Public History (virtual). March-April, 2021. (Emilia Thom will present on her edition of documents related to colonial Florida, published jointly by coloniaLab and the North Florida Editorial Workshop.)

McCarl, Clayton, Carol Lynne Hemmingway, Emilia Thom, Georgina Wilson and Alexandra Zapata. “coloniaLab: Digital Editing with Students at UNF.” Florida Digital Humanities Consortium webinar series, Feb. 5, 2021. Video.

Wilson, Georgina. “Editing a Map and Two Letters Related to Fort St. Nicholas.” Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 13, 2020. Poster designated “Project of Merit.”

Thom, Emilia. “A Prototype Online Archive of Documents Related to Indigenous Peoples in Colonial Spanish Florida.” Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 13, 2020. Poster.

McCarl, Clayton, James Cusick, Erik Moore, Sarah Dumitrascu, Carol Lynne Hemmingway, and Georgina Wilson. “A Cross-Institutional Collaboration on Student Digital Editing Projects by the North Florida Editorial Workshop and the PK Yonge Library of Florida History.” Upper Midwest Digital Collections Conference/Minnesota Digital Library Annual Meeting (virtual), Nov. 6, 2020. (Georgina Wilson presented on her edition of materials related to Fort St. Nicholas, published jointly by coloniaLab and the North Florida Editorial Workshop.) Program listing.

McCarl, Clayton, Amarilys Sánchez, and Emilia Thom. “Reevaluating the History of Africans and their Descendants in Antioquia, Colombia, through a Digital-Editing-on-Site Study Abroad Experience.” Virtual Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, June 16, 2020. Video.

Sánchez, Amarilys, and Emilia Thom. “Reflections on a Digital-Humanities-On-Site Experience in Colombia.” Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS) Virtual Conference, Office of Undergraduate Research, University of North Florida, April 8, 2020. Poster and audio presentation.

Boulter, Alexis, Kathlina Brady, Angelic Fleites, Aislinn Kelly, Mariana Mendieta, Amarilys Sánchez, Emilia Thom, and Teri Wilson. “coloniaLab: Siete experimentos editoriales con textos coloniales latinoamericanos.” UNF International Research Symposium, University of North Florida, December 6, 2019.

Boulter, Alexis, Kathlina Brady, Aislinn Kelly, Mariana Mendieta, Amarilys Sánchez, Emilia Thom, and Teri Wilson. “coloniaLab: Fall 2019 Update on Current Projects.” DHI Digital Projects Showcase, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, Nov. 15, 2019.

McCarl, Clayton. “Designing the Antioquia Negra Digital Archive.”  Inaugural Conference of the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH), University of North Florida, March 29–30, 2019. 

Alsalman, Ali, Kathlina Brady, Sarah Lynch, Nicole Mills, Teri Pepitone, Victoria Richter. “coloniaLab: Spring 2018 Update on Collaborators and Projects.” International Studies/Digital Humanities Symposium, March 9, 2018, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.

McCarl, Clayton. “Acercamientos digitales a los escritos marítimos: El Epítome (1629) de León Pinelo, el Compendio histórico (1799), y los textos del viaje de John Narborough a Chile (1669-71)”, Instituto de Historia, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, November 15, 2017.

Alsalman, Ali, Kathlina Brady and Nicole Rolland. “coloniaLab: 2016-2017 Update on Collaborators and Recent Work.” DHI Digital Projects Showcase, Nov. 8, 2017, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.

McCarl, Clayton, David Wilson, Kathlina Brady, Aislinn Kelly, Julia Rivera–Whalen. “Building an Interdisciplinary DH Community at the University of North Florida,” HASTAC 2017: The Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities; Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory; November 3, 2017, Orlando, Florida. (Kathlina Brady discussed her work with coloniaLab.)

McCarl, Clayton. “Toward a Model for the Semantic Markup of Colonial American Maritime Texts,” BH and DH: Book History and Digital Humanities, Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, 22–24 September 2017, Madison, Wisconsin.

McCarl, Clayton, Cameron Adelsperger, Kathlina Brady and Krysten Ross. “coloniaLab: A Collaborative Workshop for the Digital Edition of Colonial Latin American Texts.” DHI Digital Projects Showcase, Nov. 2, 2016, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.

McCarl, Clayton. “coloniaLab: Towards a Model for Student Collaboration in the Edition of Colonial Latin American Texts.” Association for Documentary Editing, August 4-6, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana.

McCarl, Clayton, Cameron Adelsperger, Chad Germany, Paula Hernández, Aislinn Kelly and Jen Lee. “Presenting the Digital Humanities Initiative.” Board of Trustees Meeting, June 6, 2016, University of North Florida. (Cameron Adelsperger discussed his work with coloniaLab.)

Adelsperger, Cameron. “Transcribing, Encoding and Modernizing the Compendio Histórico.” Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS), April 2016, University of North Florida.

Adelsperger, Cameron. “Transcribing, Encoding and Modernizing the Compendio Histórico.” Sigma Delta Tau Showcase: “Electrifying English,” March 4, 2016, University of North Florida.

McCarl, Clayton. “Discourse or Database? Editing Antonio de León Pinelo’s 1629 Bibliography of the Indies.” Joint meeting of the Society for Textual Scholarship and the Association for Documentary Editing, June 17-20, 2015, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

McCarl, Clayton. “A Model for Self-Documenting Electronic Editions in TEI-XML,” 2014 Academic Technology Innovation Symposium, UNF Center for Instruction & Research Technology, October 15, 2014.

McCarl, Clayton, Buddy Delegal and Kalthoum Elfasi. “Collaboratively Editing the Compendio histórico (1799) in TEI-XML.” Scholars Transforming Academic Research Symposium (STARS), April 14, 2015, University of North Florida.

McCarl, Clayton. “Towards an Edition that Remembers (and Reveals) Its Secrets.” 131st Modern Language Association Annual Convention, January 8-11, 2015, Vancouver, B.C..