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Alison Langmead
Alison Langmead Associate Professor

Biography

Institution of highest degree:
PhD, Columbia University

Research Interests

Digital humanities, contemporary digital and physical information management issues, the management of non-textual information, the history of the archives and records management professions.

All Publications

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Recent Publications

Berg-Fulton, Tracey, Alison Langmead, Thomas Lombardi, David Newbury, and Christopher Nygren. “A Role-Based Model for Successful Collaboration in Digital Art History.” International Journal for Digital Art History 3 (2018): 152-80. https://doi.org/10.11588/dah.2018.3.34297

Langmead, Alison. “Art and Architectural History and the Performative, Mindful Practice of the Digital Humanities.” The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy 12 (February 12, 2018). https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/art-and-architectural-history-and-the-performative-mindful-practice-of-the-digital-humanities/

Armstrong, Christopher Drew, Lily Brewer, Jennifer Donnelly, Alison Langmead, and Vibeka McGyver. “Itinera’s Displacements: A Roundtable.” Journal18, Special Issue “Coordinates” 5 (Spring 2018): http://scalar.usc.edu/works/itinerasdisplacements/itinera-as-renvoi

Langmead, Alison, Paul Rodriguez, Sandeep Puthanveetil Satheesan, and Alan Craig. “Extracting Meaningful Data from Decomposing Bodies.” In Proceedings of Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing 2017, New Orleans, Louisiana, July 9-13, 2017 (PEARC17), https://doi.org/10.1145/3093338.3093368. Awarded Best Paper in the “Accelerating Discovery in Scholarly Research” Track.

Birnbaum, David J. and Alison Langmead. “Task-Driven Programming Pedagogy in the Digital Humanities.” In New Directions for Computing Education: Embedding Computing across Disciplines, edited by Samuel B. Fee, Amanda M. Holland-Minkley, and Tom Lombardi, 63-85. New York: Springer, 2017.

Langmead, Alison, Jessica M. Otis, Christopher N. Warren, Scott B. Weingart, and Lisa D. Zilinksi. “Towards Interoperable Network Ontologies for the Digital Humanities.” International Journal of Humanities and Computing 10, no. 1 (2016): 22-35.

Cox, Richard, Alison Langmead, and Nora Mattern, eds. Archival Research and Education: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference. Sacramento: Litwin Books, 2015.

Recent Academic Products:

Itinera. Web resource found at http://itinera.pitt.edu. Technical Director and Project Manager, 2012-present.

Constellations. Web resource found at http://constellations.pitt.edu. Designer, Information Architect, Implementation Lead, 2013-present.

“The History of Archival Education in America: What's Next?” In Proceedings of the 2014 Archival Education and Research Institute, edited by Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead, and Nora Mattern (Sacramento: Litwin Books, forthcoming 2015).