May TDHI: Registration Available!

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The early registration period has concluded, so registration is now open to anyone with any kind of institutional affiliation! If you are from UNC Chapel Hill, Duke, or NC State, you are now able to register. We continue to encourage participation for people from institutions of all types and sizes, especially those outside academia entirely. … Continue reading “May TDHI: Registration Available!”

May TDHI: Schedule and Early Registration Now Available

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Early registration for the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute May 22nd – 24th is now open! You can register for one, two, or all three days of the conference. To see the full schedule and find more information, visit http://triangledh.org/tdhi/. The early registration period from April 15th to April 22nd is open anyone outside of the three … Continue reading “May TDHI: Schedule and Early Registration Now Available”

Save the Date: May TDHI at UNC-CH

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Join the Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN) for the second Triangle Digital Humanities Institute (TDHI)! This three-day event aims to help practitioners build digital skills, share work, and meet new collaborators. There will be two days of skill-building workshops followed by a day-long unconference. Registration will open on April 15th, and you can register for … Continue reading “Save the Date: May TDHI at UNC-CH”

Meet Darius: The TDHN Mascot

You may have seen our little robot friend around the website, Twitter, or at a TDHN event and wondered, “what the heck is that?” Well, the wait is over, your questions answered, because we’re formally introducing our mascot, Darius Hardscrabble (DH for short) to the network! Darius was born early in TDHN’s rebirth when Nathan Kelber … Continue reading “Meet Darius: The TDHN Mascot”

An Interview with Ryan Shaw

Ryan Shaw is an associate professor at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science and a well-versed digital humanities scholar. Read his interview about past influences, current projects, and future ambitions here: Did you first learn about DH from a computing or a humanities perspective? What is your background, and how did it lead … Continue reading “An Interview with Ryan Shaw”

Save the Date: Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on Digital Humanities Pedagogy

Announcing our first Triangle Digital Humanities Institute, focusing on DH pedagogy! For more information, check the TDHN Institute page. Date: Monday, March 25th, 2019 Time: 9:00AM-5:30PM Venue: John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University This one-day event aims to build community and skills around digital humanities pedagogy. It will include lightning presentations, roundtables, workshops, … Continue reading “Save the Date: Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on Digital Humanities Pedagogy”

TDHN Initial Interest Meeting

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We are hosting our rescheduled initial interest meeting at The Frontier in Research Triangle Park. There will be delicious snacks. Everyone is welcome, whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just a little DH–curious. We especially encourage graduate students, adjunct faculty, people from smaller institutions, civic do-gooders, non-academics, and miscellaneous misfits. Date: Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 Time: … Continue reading “TDHN Initial Interest Meeting”

“Pirating Texts” – an Interview with Grant Glass

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Grant Glass is a PhD student at UNC Chapel Hill and a Graduate Fellow at Duke University, focusing on work in digital humanities and British literature. Grant led a research team during the summer of 2018 to create Pirating Texts, a project related to his dissertation work using algorithmic text analysis to find social, historical, and literary … Continue reading ““Pirating Texts” – an Interview with Grant Glass”

The William Blake Archive’s Pencil Drawings Highlight Access for All

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If you’ve never had the opportunity to browse through the Blake archive, take their newest addition to the collection as an excuse to get lost in the art and poetry of William Blake (1757 – 1827). On October 31st, the William Blake Archive announced the addition of 43 digitized pencil drawings done by Blake, now … Continue reading “The William Blake Archive’s Pencil Drawings Highlight Access for All”