Register for THATCamp Charlotte

What is THATCamp? THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is an unconference that describes itself as collaborative, informal, productive, non-disciplinary, and fun. THATCamp is a place for humanists and technologist to come together, talk, and learn from each other. This conference is inexpensive (or free!) and small with usually around 75 participants. If you are … Continue reading “Register for THATCamp Charlotte”

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”

Conference Lessons: The Realities of DH and Librarianship

As part of winning the Atiyeh Prize, the week of November 12 I attended the Middle East Librarians Association (MELA) and Middle East Studies Association (MESA) conferences. My work with Syriac Paleography is actually what introduced me to the digital humanities as an undergraduate at Mount Holyoke College. I began as a research assistant on … Continue reading “Conference Lessons: The Realities of DH and Librarianship”

TDHN Interest Meeting 12/10/18 **Cancelled**

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**This event has been cancelled due to inclement weather** The Triangle Digital Humanities Network is hosting an 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 … Continue reading “TDHN Interest Meeting 12/10/18 **Cancelled**”

Paywall: The Business of Scholarship at Duke (11/5)

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This week is Open Access Week, and libraries around the world are sharing information with our communities about the economics of scholarly publishing, and movements toward greater access to knowledge. As part of this effort, many are taking the opportunity to hold screenings of a new documentary called Paywall: The Business of Scholarship. We’re doing … Continue reading “Paywall: The Business of Scholarship at Duke (11/5)”

Digital Brown Bag Lunch Series: What is DH? A Gentle Introduction

Thursday, October 18 – 12:00pm Bostock 121 (Murthy Digital Studio) Liz Milewicz and William Shaw The nature of digital humanities work can be as diverse as the humanities itself, making it difficult to understand what it is, let alone how to incorporate it into one’s scholarly practice. Will Shaw (Digital Humanities Consultant) and Liz Milewicz (Head of Digital Scholarship Services) … Continue reading “Digital Brown Bag Lunch Series: What is DH? A Gentle Introduction”

Digital Humanities Nuts and Bolts: From Idea to Sustainable Project

A day-long conference on digital humanities This conference will focus on planning, logistics, and long-term maintenance of digital humanities (DH) projects. Welcoming experts who employ digital humanities tools and methods in their research and the classroom as well as specialists on project management, sustainability, and the legal and ethical implications of DH, the conference will … Continue reading “Digital Humanities Nuts and Bolts: From Idea to Sustainable Project”

Zephyr Frank at NCSU (10/18) (RESCHEDULED)

***This event was rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence*** The Department of History and the Visual Narrative Cluster at NC State present:   “URBANIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS   Eviction and Displacement in Global Historical Perspective”   a talk by ZEPHYR FRANK Stanford University   Oct 18 Thursday 4:30 pm   Free and open to the Public   Withers Hall, Room 140 North … Continue reading “Zephyr Frank at NCSU (10/18) (RESCHEDULED)”