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Looking for speakers for an upcoming Symposium, “Digital Afterlife” held at Bard Graduate Center on March 1, 2019 in New York City. Please read the following description and contact me at email@example.com if you, or someone that you know, might be a good fit!
With our continued investment in and interaction with technologies, an…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold will give a Brown Bag Lunch presentation on Thursday, October 18, from 12:15 to 1:15 pm. His talk is entitled “Scholarly Publishing Beyond the Printed Page.”
Digital humanities scholars have long experimented with modes of scholarship that move beyond the printed page into interactive forms of expression and communication. Thi…[Read more]
The Bard Graduate Center welcomes Micki Kaufman for her talk “Quantifying Kissinger: Computational Analysis and Data Visualization in Historical Interpretation” on Wednesday, November 15, at 12:15 pm. All are Welcome! Free! Bard Graduate Center is located at 38 West 86th Street.
More information here: htt…[Read more]
FEB25 – Saturday – Battery Park
American Veterans for the NEH: Voices on Democracy
Dear all, I’m gonna try to join the veterans this Saturday in Battery Park. As many of you know the NEH has played a pivotal role in digital humanities nationally. Some of you may have already benefited from it, and f we can keep it alive for the next 2 years, I’m…[Read more]
We have an exciting talk/workshop coming to the Studio@Butler next week organized by the History in Action series in the History Department at Columbia University.
Wednesday, May 4, 1:00 PM
Studio@Butler (208b Butler Library)
Dear all, it is with great pleasure that I share with you the announcement for a two day event at the Heyman Center bringing together archeologists and media archeologists this coming Thursday and Friday. I’m particularly excited that Bethany “The Mentor” Nowviskie and Matt Kirschenbaum are among the invited guests. I hope many of you can join us.…[Read more]
Michigan State University is pleased to host the HASTAC 2015 conference, May 27-30, 2015. This year’s title is “Exploring the Art and Science of Digital Humanities.” The Call for Proposals is now up and submissions from NYCDH members are highly encouraged! (http://www.hastac2015.org/?page_id=20)
Hi all, below a call for applications for a course on paleography next year with a DH component (which I will be running).
Call for Applications
MIDDLE FRENCH PALEOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK
JUNE 9-27, 2014
This paleography workshop will provide intensive training in the accurate reading, editing, and…[Read more]
I’m really proud to announce our event “The Work of Man Has Only Just Begun: Legacies of Aimé Césaire.” The event is inspired by the unconference, the hackathon and the digital forum. We need DH’ers to put the cherry on top on the day of the researchathon (visit the second link and you’ll see why). We also encourage you to share with your c…[Read more]