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Speaker | Doug Reside
SPEAKER | Doug Reside

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Doug Reside, speaker at The Culture of Innovation, ISPA's 65th Annual Congress, in New York City on January 15-17, 2013. View the full Schedule of Events.

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Doug Reside became the first ever digital curator for the performing arts at New York Public Library in 2011 after serving for four years on the directorial staff of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland in College Park.  He has directed numerous grant projects including Music Theater Online, the Musical of the Month series, the Dorothy Loudon online exhibition, and the upcoming dance video archive which will allow library users to compare multiple versions of the same dance in one web-based interface.  He recently received recognition from the Modern Language Association for his web-based interface for the new variorum edition of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors.