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Schedule (preliminary)


Friday, March 29, 2019

The Reading Room, Vanderbilt Divinity School, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

8:30 — Doors open: Coffee & pastries

Welcome: Digital Heritage
9:00  —  Lynn Ramey & Betsey A. Robinson (Vanderbilt University)

Session 1: Multimodal Research on Buildings and Settlements

Moderator/Respondent: John Janusek (Vanderbilt University)

9:15-9:55 — The Digital Scaffold: New Technologies for Ancient Architectures
Eric Poehler (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

9:55-10:35 — Reconstructing Byzantine Athens: From Legacy Data to Digital Environments
Fotini Kondyli (University of Virginia)

10:35-11:00 — Coffee break

11:00-11:40 — Building Affordances: Embodied Perspectives on Colonizing Spaces in the Andes
Steve Wernke (Vanderbilt University)

11:40-12:00 — Discussion

12:00-1:30 — Lunch/Demos

Session 2: Applied Photogrammetry

Moderator/Discussant: Dorina Moullou (Hellenic Ministry of Culture & Sports)

1:30-2:10 — Strengths & Weaknesses of Photogrammetric 3D Recording for the Study, Analysis, and Publication of Greek Architecture, Philip Sapirstein (University of Nebraska—Lincoln)

2:10-2:40 — Maximizing the Potential of Archival Architectural Photographs
Colin Wallace (University of Waterloo)

2:40-3:00 — Discussion

3:00-3:30 — Coffee break

Session 3: Parthenon2

Moderator/Respondent: Ole Molvig (Vanderbilt University)

3:30-4:10 — The Parthenon and Pedagogy: Methods and Practice, Teaching and Learning
Betsey Robinson, Emma Reimers, Matthew Brennan, Bernard Frischer (Vanderbilt & Indiana Universities)

4:10-4:50 — Funding Digital Heritage Studies: A 30-Year Perspective
Bernard Frischer (Indiana University)

4:50-5:30 — Discussion

Saturday, March 30, 2019

The Reading Room, Vanderbilt Divinity School, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

8:30 — Doors open: Coffee & pastries

Session 4: Virtual Architectures / Global Perspectives

Moderators/Respondents: Tracy Miller & Lynn Ramey (Vanderbilt University)

9:00-9:40 — Gaming the Past: 3D Modeling the House of the Rhyta at Pseira, Crete
Miriam Clinton (Rhodes College)

9:40-10:20 — 3D Initiatives in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace (Greece)
Bonna Wescoat, Arya Basu, Ian Burr, Vincent Baillet (Emory University & Université Bordeaux-Montaigne)

10:20-11:00 — This is Your Brain on Space: Holistic Environmental Modeling in Ancient Pompeii
David Fredrick, Rhodora G. Vennarucci, Dale Zigelsky, Yao-Chin Wang, Xinya Liang (University of Arkansas)

11:00-11:30 — Coffee break

11:30-12:10 — Beijing to Byzantium: Virtual Reality for Architectural History Research
Chiu-Shui Chan, Jelena Bogdanović, Vijay Kalivarapu (Iowa State University)

12:10-12:40 — Two Places at Once: Virtual Reality and the Extension of Spatial & Temporal Access to Cultural Heritage, Matthew Brennan (Indiana University)

12:40-1:10 — Discussion

1:10-2:30 — Lunch/Demos