Remember to Volunteer to teach a workshop, present a demonstration, or host an event during NYCDH Week, February 4-7, 2020!
Graduate students, librarians, faculty, museum workers, independent scholars, tech companies and others are all invited to become part of NYCDH Week’s series of wide-ranging workshops, demonstrations, and events. These sessions are made possible by members of the NYCDH community who volunteer their time to teach and help organize each session. So, let us know if you want to teach host a session or wait until the full schedule is announced and join us for a session. Workshops, demos, and events are offered across the city and they are FREE and open to everyone.
To sign up to teach a workshop, present a demonstration, or host an event please use this form by January 17. Registration to attend sessions will be opened soon thereafter!
Last year NYCDH Week included 39 workshops with more than 600 registrants.
For a list of those workshops, see the DH Week website. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Also, don’t forget to register for the NYCDH Week Kick-off Day. This year’s event will be held on February 3, 2020, at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus and will feature keynote speaker Matt Knutzen, the Linda May Uris Director of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Divisions at the New York Public Library. While you’re at it, submit a proposal to join our kick-off day panel featuring exciting DH work on histories and representations of communities across NYC!
We hope to see you there!
The NYCDH Week Organizing Committee