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HUMANITIES AND TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION
2005 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2005

  • 3:00-5:00PM: Open Registration, Second Floor Lobby
  • 5:00-6:00PM: Reception: Ballroom 3
  • 6:00-6:15PM:Introduction and Orientation, Dr. Wayne B. Hanewicz: Ballroom 3
  • 6:15-6:30PM: Utah Valley State College Welcome, Dr. Bradley Cook, Vice President for Academic Affairs: Ballroom 3
  • 6:30-7:00PM: Keynote Presentation, Dr. Elaine Englehart, Distinguished Professor of Ethics, Utah Valley State College: Ballroom 3
  • 7:00-8:00PM: Dinner: Ballroom 3
  • 8:00-8:30PM UVSC Theatre Arts Department Presents: Song N' Dance Company, Professor Elaine Hansen, Artistic Director, Larry Blackburn, Company Manager and Accompanist
  • 8:30PM Evening Program Ends

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2005

  • 7:30-8:30AM: Breakfast: Ballroom 3
  • 8:30-10:00AM:
    • Session A: White Pine Room
      • Interplay Process, J. Miklavcic
      • Grounding Music in Physics. H. Meltzer
      • Technology and the Perception and Practice of Death, N. Rushforth
    • Session B: Wasatch A
      • Systems Engineering, J. Hodnett
      • What Holds the World Together, E. Lenhard
      • Information Secuirty, D. and J. Ryan
    • Session C: Wasatch B
      • The Artistic Side of Computer Programming, M. Kakwan
      • Gender Based Differances in Cognition and Approaches to Information Technology, J. Krolicki
      • Undoing Gendered Technology, L. Vigdor
  • 10:00-10:30AM: Panel Room Lobby Area
  • 10:30AM-12NOON:
    • Session A: White Pine Room
      • The Role of the Performer in the Interplay Process, B. Miklavcic
      • The Role of Arts and Humanities in a Technological World, J. Jalbert
      • Locomotive Motion: Creating Dance Movements Using Railroad Hand and Arm Signals, N. Ortega
    • Session B: Wasatch A
      • Pinocchio and Robots, L. Bailey
      • Humanity and the Ontology of Technology, D. Keller
      • The Post Human Age, M. Mejia
    • Session C: Wasatch B
      • From One Cell to Another: Telephony, Innovation, and the Uncanny, M. Graziano
      • Cochlear implants: Treatment, Enhancement, or Ethnocide, G. Hladek
      • Sexualized and Fetishized Race: Virtual Representation of the Body, Y. Kiuchi
  • 12NOON-1:30PM: Lunch Aerie Room, 10th Floor
  • 1:30-3PM:
    • Session A: White Pine Room
      • Development of Support Strategies and Design for Open Networked Learning Systems, M. deLatt
      • Are Persons Evolved Machines or Self-Transcending Beings? A Sartrean Perspective, F. Mills
      • Teaching Sustainability, C. Kutay
    • Dialogue Session 1: Wasatch A
      • Notion of Progress, A. Michael
    • Dialogue Session 2: Wasatch B
      • Teaching About the Social Consequences of Technology as Seen Through Science Fiction, S. Santo
    • Dialogue Session 3: Red Pine Room
      • Ethics in the High Scool Classroom, M. Pritchard
    • Dialogue Session 4: Little Pine Room
      • Ethics Education in the 21st Century, T. Schonfeld
  • 3-3:30PM: Break: Panel Room Lobby Area
  • 3:30-5PM:
    • Session A: White Pine Room
      • A Comparison of Consciousness Functionalities: Introducing a Newtonian/Quantum Model, J. MacLean
      • Its Déjà vu All Over Again: A Visit from the Ghost of Crises Past, P. Gordon
      • Trust and Presence on the Semantic Web, A. Carusi
    • Dialogue Session 1 (Cont'd): Wasatch A
    • Dialogue Session 2 (Cont'd): Wasatch B
    • Dialogue Session 3 (Cont'd): Red Pine Room
    • Dialogue Session 4 (Cont'd): Little Pine Room
  • 5PM: Friday Program Ends
    Open Evening

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2005

  • 7:30-8:30AM: Breakfast: Ballroom 3
  • 8:30-10AM:
    • Session A: White Pine Room
      • Negotiations over Quality of Life in the Nanotechnology Initiative, R. Berne
      • Adapt or You’re Toast: Inevitability and Ethics in Technology Development, K. Neely, H. Luegenbiehl
      • The Knowledge-Technology Cycle and Its Implication for Humanity, D. Johnson
    • Session B: Superior A
      • Psychological, Emotional and Neurological Hazards of Computer Use, H. Finkleman
    • Dialogue Session 1 (Cont'd): Wasatch A
    • Dialogue Session 2 (Cont'd): Wasatch B
    • Dialogue Session 3 (Cont'd): Red Pine Room
    • Dialogue Session 4 (Cont'd): Little Pine Room
  • 10:00-10:30AM: Break Panel Room Lobby Area
  • 10:30AM-12NOON:
    • Wasatch A and B (combined)
      • Historical Performance: “Contested Space”, D. Pilato, D. White, P. Becker, K. Williams, C. Hanewicz
  • 12NOON-1:30PM: Lunch: Ballroom 3
    Student Paper Prize
  • 1:30-3:00PM:
    Snowbird Board Room
    HTA Business Meeting
  • 3:00PM:
     2005 HTA CONFERENCE ENDS