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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Digital Humanities

Upcoming Conferences in the Digital Humanities

 

THATCamp New England 2013 University of Connecticut, Storrs 18-19 October 2013

ReMEDIAting Flusser: From Print-Text to the Image-Flood A Digital Humanities Project

November 1-3, 2013

University of Connecticut, Storrs


Introduction to DH Faculty Retreat, August 17-18, Dedham, MA

The Boston Digital Humanities Consortium is pleased to announce a very special faculty professional development opportunity, the Introduction to Digital Humanities Faculty Retreat.


This two-day, intensive workshop is designed to introduce regional faculty to the concepts, tools, and processes foundational to the digital humanities disciplines in a comfortable and collegial setting. After attending, participants will be able to immediately incorporate digital humanities resources and assignments in their existing courses.


THATCamp Publishing - Massachusetts

Thanks to the Bethany Fair of the Simmons Library and Information Science program, we’ve gotten space to hold THATCamp Publishing at Simmons College on Wednesday, June 19, not far from the site of the Association of American University Press annual meeting that begins the next day. We have therefore opened registration, and we hope to see you there!

 

The Hathi Trust, Google Books, and the Future of Research - Massachusetts

BLC-NERCOMP-NITLE Symposia Series on the Future of the Academy is pleased to present - Paul Courant and John Unsworth

In this talk, two luminaries of the national Digital Humanities landscape will discuss the recent formation of large-scale, collaborative digital libraries and the challenges and opportunities they pose for researchers seeking to use and study their collections. We are taking a UConn minivan to this event, email Steven.Park@uconn.edu for a ride.

9th European Social Science and History Conference - Scotland, UK

The ESSHC aims at bringing together scholars interested in explaining historical phenomena using the methods of the social sciences. The conference is characterized by a lively exchange in many small groups, rather than by formal plenary sessions. The conference is organized in a large number of networks which cover a variety of topics. It welcomes papers and sessions on any topic and any historical period.

Spatial and Digital History network at ESSHC 2012

 

Digital Humanities Conference 2012 - Sweden

The third U21 Digital Humanities workshop will take place at Lund University from 19 to 21 September 2012. It will have the theme Interfaces - Digital studies of culture and cultural studies of the digital. Provisional sessions titles include Digital heritage and digital preservation; Learning games and gamefication and Teaching and learning - the digital classroom. Early Career Researchers and graduate students will be welcome to attend, as well as established academics and practitioners in this area. Further details will be announced in the coming weeks and initial enquiries and contribution ideas should be directed to Stefan Lindgren Stefan.lindgren@humlab.lu.se.

"Digital Revolutions: Interpreting and Historicizing American Culture" - Rhode Island

The New England American Studies Association Conference - URI Providence campus, Providence, RI

Friday, October 12th and Saturday, October 13th, 2012

THATCamp New England 2012 - Rhode Island

Save the date of 19-20 October 2012 for Brown University, Providence, RI

 

Announcing the Digital Humanities Winter Institute - Maryland

The Digital Humanities Winter Institute is organized by Jennifer Guiliano, Assistant Director of MITH and Trevor Munoz, Associate Director of MITH and Assistant Dean for Digital Humanities Research at the University of Maryland Libraries with support from Neil Fraistat and the MITH staff.

Digital Humanities Summer Institute 10 - 14 June 2013 - Canada

The Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria provides an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing teaching, research, dissemination, and preservation in different disciplines.

 

Digital Revolutions: Interpreting and Historicizing American Culture - Rhode Island

The New England American Studies Association will host its 2012 conference, "Digital Revolutions: Interpreting and Historicizing American Culture," at the University of Rhode Island's Feinstein campus on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13 2012.