Whether you’re a graduate student in the initial or final stages of a DH project, there’s still time to sign up to give a lightning talk about your DH work for DHWeek!
Help us kick off NYCDH Week on Tuesday, February 9th by sharing your in-progress digital humanities (DH) work. NYCDH Week Lightning Talks, held at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus at 2:45 pm as part of NYCDH Week’s Kickoff Gathering will showcase a wide range of DH work being performed by graduate students and foster a network of graduate student scholars working across NYC institutions to collaborate on intellectual inquiry, share knowledge and expertise, and provide mutual support. Graduate students at all levels and disciplines are invited to give a 3.5 minute talk about their DH project. Talks may focus on theoretical questions driving DH work, identify challenges of project development, discuss various digital and non-digital tools, or solicit advice for in-progress DH research.
To sign up, we ask that you complete and submit this brief webform by February 5th. (That said, you’re welcome to sign up to give a talk anytime before February 8th!) Looking forward to seeing you there!