About the conference: This collaborative workshop offers attendees an opportunity to explore models and best practices in institutional planning and support for digital scholarship, through a mixture of case studies, working group sessions, and presentations. It is designed both for those who are starting a planning process and also for those seeking to move an…

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From the ad: MELLON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP, MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST) (two-year fellowship), to collaborate with MIT faculty and invited guests on the production of an international symposium and a publication issuing from the event. Additional duties will include developing and teaching cross-disciplinary courses or workshops and possibly supervising students engaged in undergraduate research…

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From the announcement: Digital Pedagogy Lab will once again host our annual event at the University of Mary Washington from August 5-9, 2019. Joining us will be a cohort of faculty and keynotes from the U.S., Canada, the UK, and Europe. And for the first time, we’re offering a weekend intensive leading up to the…

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[Yesterday I gave a talk at the Oxford/London IF Meetup. The session was about conversation as gameplay, and also featured Flo Minuzzi of Tea-Powered Games, speaking about their released game Dialogue and their upcoming Elemental Flow. There’s a nice livetweeted thread version of my talk available on Twitter thanks to Florence Smith Nicholls, but I…

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Digital Humanities Now will be taking a break until the end of January. On behalf of the DHNow staff, thank you for another great year of publication! A special thanks goes to the generous community of volunteer editors-at-large for dedicating their time and expertise, whether for a single week or throughout the year. We hope you’ll join…

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From the report: In October 2018, I participated in the WMQ-UCI Digital Research in Early America workshop hosted by Sharon Block and Josh Piker at University of California-Irvine. This post aims to give those who weren’t able to attend an idea of the conversations and common themes of the new scholarship presented. Most broadly, the…

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From the CFP: Proposals are now being accepted for presentations and exhibition pieces at the annual Electronic Literature Organization Conference and Media Arts Festival, to be held July 15-17, 2019 at University College Cork, Ireland. Electronic literature, or e-lit, refers to literary works wherein computation forms some essential part of the aesthetic. #ELO19 offers an…

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