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Category Archives: Proposed Sessions
One of my pet projects for the past several years has been to advocate for the acceptance of digital dissertations (and digital scholarship). I spent two years interviewing grad students, faculty, grad directors, and deans to find out why (or … Continue reading
I don’t know if this needs to be its own individual session, but I’d like to talk about ways to get undergraduates involved in creating and using DH projects. Maybe take as a starting point this DH Manifesto written by undergraduates … Continue reading
Coming from a residential liberal arts college, I am hoping to exchange ideas with similar institutions about how the digital humanties fits within the mission and resources of a liberal arts college. More particularly, I’d like to talk about using … Continue reading
I’d be interested in a ‘what is new media, and where is it going?’ discussion. I teach in an English for New Media degree program. So, I’m trying to always stay on top of how media is changing and how … Continue reading
I’m chewing on the slippery topic of collaboration, and proposing a general discussion session to brainstorm and compare experiences and ideas. While the digital can facilitate collaboration in the humanities, I’m more interested in how the people work with each … Continue reading
I recently attended the interactive portion of the SXSW conference in Austin, and went to a few design* sessions. From these and from looking through the descriptions of other design sessions, I gather that Digital Humanities presents its own set … Continue reading
Just wanted to get the wheels spinning on some possibilities for the hack sessions. It looks like we’ve got a big chunk of time plus some shorter sessions if there’s interest. I’m really in love with the idea of making … Continue reading
Inspired by the event/video, Digital Humanities and the Future of Libraries, I’d like to have a big picture discussion about real possibilities for DH initiatives in public libraries. The New York Public Library has carved a path for digital projects … Continue reading
I’m proposing a discussion-y session on the role of the physical in the digital humanities. I’m coming at this as someone with an interest in the material history of books and texts and who works mostly with physical library collections. … Continue reading
If anyone would like to talk about project management, I would love to be in on that conversation. I would like to hear about what has worked successfully and what hasn’t.