Happily, the kind folks in History, IBS, and the Libraries have put together a fantastic line up of Digital Humanities talks this semester. I strongly encourage you to attend as many as you can manage! Even if the topic doesn’t sound interesting to you, it’ll be worth it to hear how each speaker frames their work and thinks about their work in relation to the field in general.
Thu Sept 17, 5 pm, Norlin N410: “Claiming DH for Undergraduates: Learning, Knowledge Production, & Digital Identity,” Jeffrey McClurken, Department of History, University of Mary Washington
Fri Sept 18, 2-3:30 pm, Norlin E113: Digital pedagogy workshop with Jeffrey McClurken,RSVP to email@example.com by Sept 14
Thu Oct 8, 5 pm, CBIS (Norlin): Simon DeDeo, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington (no talk title yet)
Mon Oct 19, 5 pm, CBIS (Norlin): “A Computational Morphology of Plot,” Matthew L. Jockers, Department of English, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Mon Nov 9, 5 pm, Scott Weingart, digital humanities specialist, Carnegie Mellon University (no talk title yet)
Mon Nov 9, 12 noon – 1:30 pm, social networks workshop with Scott Weingart (RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org) byNov 3.