In an attempt to try and figure out where this year went I’ve pulled together a list of my talks, presentations and workshops for 2012…

7 January 2012 — ‘Invisible Australians: Living under the White Australia Policy’, contribution to the Crowdsourcing History: Collaborative Online Transcription and Archives panel, American Historical Association annual conference, Chicago. [slides]

8 January 2012 — ‘Making friends with text mining’, contribution to the A Conversation about Text Mining as a Research Method panel, American Historical Association annual conference, Chicago.

10 January 2012 — ‘Collections, interfaces, power and people’, McGill University.

12 January 2012 — ‘Collections, interfaces, power and people’, University of Western Ontario.

7 February 2012Mining the treasures of Trove: new approaches and new tools, VALA2012.

23 March 2012 — ‘Mining Trove’, Digital History Workshop, Victoria University of Wellington.

29 March 2012 — ‘Inside the bureaucracy of White Australia’, Digital Humanities 2012, Canberra. [slides]

8 May 2012Mining for meanings, Harold White Fellowship Lecture, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

27 June 2012 — ‘Beyond the front page’, combined meeting of the Canberra Society of Editors and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Indexers, Canberra. [slides]

19 July 2012 — ‘The responsibilities of data’, Framing Lives: The 8th Biennial Conference of the International Auto/Biography Association, Canberra. [slides]

11 August 2012, Doing Our Bit Build-a-thon, Mosman Library.

12 October 2012Digital disruptions: Finding new ways to break things, Faculty of Arts eResearch Forum, University of Melbourne.

19 October 2012Too important not to try, Dipping a toe into Digital Humanities, Deakin University.

25 October 2012 — Digital disruptions: Finding new ways to break things, Australian National University.

1 November 2012 — Digital disruptions: Finding new ways to break things, Digital Humanities Symposium, University of Queensland.

13-15 November 2012Digital dimensions: A hand-on workshop for the DH curious, University of Queensland.

20 November 2012Small stories in a big data world, National Digital Forum, New Zealand.

22 November 2012, Learning how to break things, workshop at THATCamp Wellington. [outline]

29 November 2012Archives of emotion, Rethinking Archival Methods workshop, Sydney.

12 December 2012 — ‘Introducing Digital Humanities’, State Library of New South Wales.

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