All conference presentations are held in North Campus Building (NCB), Room 117

Wednesday, 15 August


9:00 – 10:30: Keynote Presentation
John Durham Peters

Of Cetaceans, Deities, and Databases

(this is a public presentation; it is not restricted to DOCAM registrants)

10:30 11:00
Coffee and DOCAM Registration:
Atrium, NCB


11:00 – 11:20: Opening of DOCAM12
Tom Carmichael
(Dean, Faculty of Information & Media Studies); Bernd Frohmann & Pam McKenzie (Conference Co-coordinators)

11:20 – 12:00: DOCAM Founders Lecture
Niels Windfeld Lund
Name matters : A conceptual discussion on the role of naming disciplines and scientific objects

12:00 – 1:15
Lunch:
Atrium, NCB

Ethics & Politics
1:15 – 1:45 : Steven Wright
‘You’ll pay dearly, you’ll pay for everything’: Exploring document work and genre repertoire in the movement of Autonomia Operaia

1:50 – 2:20 : Natasha Gerolami

Doing it right in the hot tub: Documenting the sacred in popular radio programs


2:25 – 2:55: Patrick Gavin

The smartborder as global form: The emerging ethics and politics of mobility


3:00 – 3:30: Lee McGuigan
Bureaucracy and commodity fetishism: Can supply-chain management demystify the origins of products in the marketplace?

3:30 – 3:50
Coffee: Atrium, NCB


Documents in Action

3:50 4:20: Dominque Maurel & Sabine Mas
Document genres as coordinating elements of management activities in organizations

4:25 4:55: Kerry Mogg

The impact of crisis environments on real-time documentation: The military field manual as document in action

6:30 – 9:00

Dinner at home of Bernd Frohmann

(MAP)

Program

(click here for abstracts & bios)
 


Thursday, 16 August


8:30 – 9:00
Coffee:
Atrium, NCB


Genres, Types, & Uses
9:00 – 9:30: Pam McKenzie & Elisabeth Davies

Genre systems and everyday documentation


9:35 –  10:05: Lai Ma
Documenting citations


10:10 – 10:40: Patrick M. McLeod
Authenticious documents: The curious case of Roberto Hernandez, why I can’t use my university ID to vote, and President Barack Obama


10:40 – 10:55
Coffee:
Atrium, NCB


10:55 – 11:25: Elisabeth Davies
Library catalog records as documents: Uncovering “discovery”


11:30 – 12:00 : Louis D'Alton
Is a musical performance a document?


12:00 –  1:00
Lunch: Atrium, NCB


Theory
1:00 – 1:30:
Neal Thomas
Have digital documents ever been modern?

1:35 – 2:05: Kane X. Faucher
The metastasis of information in the form-medium distinction of documents and documentation


Optical Media

2:10 – 2:40: Brian O'Connor & Rich Anderson
Send me dead flowers


2:45– 3:15: Ethan O'Connor & Shannon Cheng
RAW is cooked: Transcending culturocentrism in colour representation

3:15 – 3:45

POSTERS: Atrium, NCB

Sarah Ramdeen, Laura Sheble, & Angela Murillo: Public repertoires and private sets: Notes of interdisciplinary researchers collaborating together and alone


Ryan Tucker: Imaging flowers


3:45  onwards: Refreshments at the Grad Club
(Middlesex College, across the road from NCB)

Free evening: Exploring London's restaurants
(visit the Accommodation page for restaurant list)

 



Friday, 17 August


9:00
– 9:30
Breakfast
: Atrium, NCB

Memory
9:30 – 10:00
: Kiersten F. Latham
Exploring the museal jungle


10:35 – 11:05: Geir Grenersen
Landscapes as documents: Traditional knowledge treated as evidence

11:10 – 11:40: Nora J. Bird, Clara M. Chu, & Faith Oguz
Documenting whilst in the process of preserving intangible cultural heritage


11:45 – 12:15: Jodi Kearns & Kiertsen F. Latham

A tale of two document storytelling perspectives