Investigacion

El Laboratorio de Etnografía Digital (DEL) explora la interrelación entre la antropología, el folklore, y la tecnología, enfocándose en la narración etnográfica y en métodos colaborativos para el empleo de nuevos medios. Esto incluye proyectos como páginas electrónicas interactivas y el desarrollo de juegos educacionales de computación. En esta sección de la página usted podrá informarse sobre proyectos, publicaciones, y presentaciones conferénciales establecidas por miembros de DEL, presente y pasado.

Proyectos Actuales


Publicaciones Seleccionadas

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie. (2015) "PeruDigital: Ethnographic Storytelling through Iterative Design." In A. Gubrium, K. Harper, and M. Otanez (Eds.), Participatory Visual and Digital Methods in Action (pp. 213-226). Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie, and Jo Anne Adams. (2014) "Multidisciplinary Exploration of Peruvian Culture Through Visual Design and Website Development." Media Education Research Journal, 5(1): 60-72.

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie. (2014) "Cultural Heritage Tourism on Peru's North Coast." Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes 6(3): pp. 200-214.

* Underberg, Natalie, and Elayne Zorn. (2013) Digital Ethnography: Anthropology, Narrative, and New Media. University of Texas Press.

* Underberg, Natalie, and Elayne Zorn. (2012) "Exploring Peruvian Culture Through Multimedia Ethnography." Visual Anthropology 26(1): 1-17.

*Underberg, Natalie. (2012) "Between Fact and Fiction in Cultural Heritage." In E. Champion (Ed.), Game Mod Theory and Practice (pp. 51-56). ETC (Carnegie Mellon).

*Kim, Jun, and Natalie Underberg. "PeruDigital: Cultural Storytelling through Digital Ethnography, HCI, and Digital Media," HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) International, July 2011, Orlando, FL.

* Underberg, Natalie. (2010) "Negotiating Puerto Rican Identity in Central Florida and Online." CENTRO: The Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, vXXII(1): 117-127.

* Everett, Deborah, and Elayne Zorn. (2008) Encyclopedia of Native American Artists. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

* Underberg, Natalie. (2008) "The Turkey Maiden Educational Computer Game." Folklore, 119: 201-217.

* Congdon, Kristin, and Natalie Underberg. (2006) “Religious Inspiration in Ruby C. Williams’ Creative Practices: Presentation and Teaching Approaches in Folkvine.org.” Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 24: 93-103.

* McDaniel, Thomas, and Natalie Underberg. (2007) "Exembellishment: Using the eXtensible Markup Language as a Tool for Storytelling." The Journal of the International Digital Media and Arts Association, 4(2): 56-69 .

* Underberg, Natalie. (2006) "Virtual and Reciprocal Ethnography on the Internet: The East Mims Oral History Project Web site." Journal of American Folklore, 119(473): 301-311.

* Underberg, Natalie, and Kristin Congdon. (2007) “Folkvine.org: Ethnographic Storytelling in Folk Art Web Design.” Visual Anthropology Review, 23(2): 151-161.

* Zorn, Elayne. (2004) Weaving a Future: Tourism, Cloth, and Culture on an Andean Island. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

* Zorn, Elayne, and Linda Clare Farthing. (2006) "Communitarian Tourism: Hosts and Mediators in Peru." Annals of Tourism Research, 34(3): 673-689.

* Zorn, Elayne. "Desafíos de un turismo controlado por la comunidad: El caso de la Isla Taquile, Perú." Elayne Zorn and Linda Farthing. In La Ruta Andina. Turismo y desarrollo sostenible en Perú y Bolivia. Ypeij, Annelou y Annelies Zoomers, eds., with Jorge Gómez. Pp. 61-84. Quito: Abya Yala/Lima: IEP/Cusco: CBC/Amsterdam: CEDLA.

Subvenciones Seleccionadas

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie (PI). "Advanced Challenges in Theory and Practice in 3D Modeling of Cultural Heritage Sites," National Endowment for the Humanities Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, $2,375 (one of 20 participants selected internationally).

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie (PI). "Research Incentive Seed Funding Grant," UCF College of Arts and Humanities, $6,689.

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie (PI). "Summer Research Development Program," UCF College of Arts and Humanities, $2,500.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI). Sabbatical award to conduct research and teaching in Peru, 2011-2012, 9 months at 3/4 salary.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI). "Andean Worlds." National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute grant, 2008, $3,600 (one of 24 participants selected throughout U.S.).

* Underberg, Natalie (PI), and Elayne Zorn (co-PI). "Support for PeruVine/PeruDigital." UCF Center for Humanities and Digital Research, 2008, $1,000.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI), and Elayne Zorn (co-PI). "Support for PeruVine/PeruDigital." UCF Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program, $500.

* Silver, Patricia (PI), and Natalie Underberg (co-PI). "Puerto Ricans in Central Florida from 1940s-1980s: A History," Florida Humanities Council, 2008, $24,236, funded.

* Silver, Patricia (PI). "Stories from Puerto Rican Orlando: Documenting a Migration in Progress," CUNY-Caribbean Exchange Program of the Centro de Estudios Puertorriquenos, 2007, $3,370.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI), and Elayne Zorn (co-PI). "Support for PeruVine." UCF Center for Humanities and Digital Research, 2008, $3,000.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI). “Folkvine.org: Florida’s Arts and Artists on the Web, Year III,” Florida Humanities Council grant, 2006-2007, $24,931, funded.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI). “A Folktales and Motifs Educational Computer Game,” UCF In-House Research grant, PI, 2005-2006, $7,500, funded.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI). “Virtual and Reciprocal Ethnography on the Internet,” UCF In-House Research grant, PI, 2004-2005, $7,500, funded.

* Underberg, Natalie (PI). “Catholic Nuns, Christian Clowns and the Call,” UCF Women’s Research Center Award in the Arts and Humanities, PI, 2004-2005, $1,000, funded.

* Zorn, Elayne (PI). Programa Regional de Apoyo a los Pueblos Indígenas Amazónicos, La Paz, Bolivia, Scholarship: “Ruta de Aprendizaje 2006.” $1,200 (2006).

* Zorn, Elayne (PI). University of Central Florida Sabbatical AY 2005-2006. Three-fourths salary.

Ponencias Seleccionadas

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie. "PeruDigital: Iterative Design in Cultural Heritage." American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC, December 3-7, 2014.

*Underberg-Goode, Natalie. "Ethnographic Storytelling and New Media." Society for Applied Anthropology Conference, Albuquerque, NM, March 18-22, 2014.

* Kim, Si-Jung, and Natalie Underberg. "PeruDigital: Cultural Storytelling through Digital Ethnography, HCI, and Digital Media." HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) International, Summer 2011, Orlando, FL.

* Underberg, Natalie, Jo Anne Adams, and Norma Ledesma. "Multidisciplinary Exploration of Peruvian Culture Through Visual Design and Website Development." Society for Amazonian and Andean Studies, Gainesville, FL.

* Saverino, Joan, Bert Lyons, and Nicole Sayer. "Digital Experiments, Hypermedia, and Community Participation." American Folklore Society, October 2010, Nashville, TN.

* Underberg, Natalie, and Elayne Zorn. "Experiencing Peruvian Culture Through Online Interactive Environments." American Anthropological Society, December 2009, Philadelphia, PA.

* Underberg, Natalie. "PeruVine/PeruDigital: Public Anthropology in Digital Environments." American Anthropological Society, November 2008, San Francisco, CA.

* Silver, Patricia. "Stories from Puerto Rican Orlando: Documenting a Migration in Progress," 27th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, November 2007, Washington, D.C.

* Silver, Patricia. "Banking on Respect: Class and Consumption in Puerto Rico," 26th International Congress, Latin American Studies Association, March 2006, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

* Silver, Patricia. "Autonomy 'Entre Comillas': National Subjects in Puerto Rico's Schools," Joint conference of the Canadian Anthropology Society, the Society for the Anthropology of North America, and Facultad de Ciencias Antropologicas of the Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan, May 2005, Merida, Mexico.

* Underberg, Natalie. "Playing Public Sector Folklorists Online," American Folklore Society, October 2007, Quebec City, Canada.

* Underberg, Natalie. “The Turkey Maiden Educational Computer Game,” Society for Applied Anthropology, March 2007, Tampa, FL.

* Underberg, Natalie. “Cinderella as Computer Game: Folklore Meets Digital Media in the Classroom,” American Folklore Society convention, October 2006, Milwaukee, WI.

* Underberg, Natalie. “Ethnographic Storytelling on the Internet: Folkvine.org and the East Mims Oral History Project Web Site,” Bilan du Film Ethnographique seminar, March 2006, Paris, France.

* Underberg, Natalie. “Folkvine.org: Florida’s Art and Artists on the Web,” Visual Research Conference, November 2005, Washington, D.C.”

* Underberg, Natalie. “I ‘Heard’ It on the Folkvine.org: Considerations of the Story, Out-of-Context,” American Folklore Society convention, October 2005, Atlanta, GA.

* Zorn, Elayne, and Natalie Underberg. "From the Coast to the Sierra to Cyberspace: The PeruVine/PeruDigital Project." Southeast Conference on Andean and Amazonian Studies, September 2008, Boca Raton, FL.

* Zorn, Elayne. “Learning by Doing: PRAIA’s “Ruta de Aprendizaje” and Bolivian communitarian tourism,” Latin American Studies Association (LASA) International Meeting, Montreal, September 2007, Montreal, Canada.

* Zorn, Elayne. “Mediators in Communitarian Tourism: The Case of Taquile Island, Peru. E. Zorn and L. Farthing. 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA), March 2007, Tampa, FL.

* Zorn, Elayne. “Dreams of Development: Community-Controlled Tourism in Bolivia.” American Ethnological Society Invited Session, 105th Annual Meeting of the AAA, November 2006, San Jose, CA.

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