Please review a Shared Horizons Attendees for the Shared Horizons event.

Presentation Materials:

Infectious Reporting: Network Analysis of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic Using Historical Newspapers
Tom Ewing, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Virginia Tech University
Naren Ramakrishnan, Professor, Computer Science, Virginia Tech University
Samah Gad, Doctoral Candidate, Computer Science, Virginia Tech University
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Mining, Mapping, and Accelerating Scholarly Networks
Katy Börner, Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science, Indiana University
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Common Design Strategies for Exploring Intellectual Geographies in History and Cell Motility in Biology
Nicole Coleman, co-Director, Humanities + Design, Stanford University
Erica Savig, Doctoral Candidate, Cancer Biology, Stanford University
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Breakout Session Materials:

Network Analysis Notes Document
Network Analysis Ideas Poll

Perspectives from the UK
Christopher Howe
Sabina Leonelli

With a Wild Surmise: Intimations of Computational Biology in Keats, Carroll, and Joyce
David B. Searls, Adjunct Associate Professor of Genetics, University of Pennsylvania
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Bioinformatic Approaches to the Computational Analysis of the Poetic
A. Sean Pue, Assistant Professor, Department of Liguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages, Michigan State University
Tracy K. Teal, Postdoctoral Researcher, Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, Michigan State University
C. Titus Brown, Assistant Professor, Microbiology & Molecular Genetics,Michigan State University
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Retrospective Science and Scholarship: Some Perspectives and Tools from Phylogenetics and Digital Forensics
Jeremy Leighton John, Curator of eMss, British Library
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The Poem that Makes Things Happen: Diachronic Informatics, Effective Subjects, and the English Common Law
Simon DeDeo, Omidyar Fellow, Santa Fe Institute
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We also welcome you to enjoy two posts from Andrew Prescott’s personal blog.

Shared Horizons
Thinking about Florescent Bunnies

Andrew will be joining us as an attendee at Shared Horizons