Digital Humanities Congress 2012 – HRI – The University of Sheffield. Keynote Speakers Professor Andrew Prescott (Head of Department, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London) Professor Lorna Hughes (University of Wales Chair in Digital Collections at the National Library of Wales) Professor Philip Ethington (Professor of History and Political Science, University of Southern California and Co-Director of…

Read More

In the past decade, literary scholars have increasingly turned their readerly attention from symptoms to surfaces, even as a variety of innovative approaches–from book history and media studies to digital humanities and performance studies–have nudged literary studies beyond “close-reading.” Such hermeneutical shifts invite us to rethink how we teach what we do, yet the teaching…

Read More

Original French: Cette formation en trois volets devrait permettre de comprendre les relations entre les modalités de circulation des publications et des ressources numériques en SHS, les usages des réseaux sociaux, la mise en place de stratégies de recherche et de veille sur Internet et d’appréhender comment, dans cet environnement, développer son identité numérique. Les…

Read More

HTRC is hosting its first annual HTRC UnCamp September 10-11, 2012 at Indiana University in Bloomington. The UnCamp is different: it is part hands-on coding and demonstration, part inspirational use-cases, part community building, and a part informational, all structured in the dynamic setting of an un-conference programming format. It has visionary speakers mixed with boot-camp…

Read More

This panel will consider the implications of the digital humanities, broadly defined, for the study of early American culture. What particular challenges and/or opportunities do the digital humanities offer scholars in the field? How might some of the foundational conceptions that help structure and organize the study of early American writing and culture need to…

Read More

8th – 9th November at UCL Institute of Archaeology Organisers: Chiara Bonacchi (UCL Institute of Archaeology) & Daniel Pett (The British Museum) Under the auspices of: the Archaeology and Communication Research Network (ACRN) and the Centre for Audio-Visual Study and Practice in Archaeology (CASPAR). The organisers invite 2 types of papers: a) Papers presenting frameworks…

Read More

The Digital Americanist Society seeks speakers who will articulate a clear, interpretive intervention that digital scholarship has made (or could make) in their areas of study. Our goal will not be to describe digital projects, but instead to demonstrate how those projects advance, supplement, or disrupt the scholarly conversations of our respective literary subfields. We…

Read More