Next July and the next Digital Humanities Conference might seem very far away (to say nothing of Nebraska), but it turns out that the due date for the call for proposals is right around the corner. Consequently, Kate Singer and I invite 250-word abstracts for a panel on The Future of Undergraduate Digital Humanities. Abstracts are due to … Continue reading The Future of Undergraduate Digital Humanities: Call for Abstracts for DH 2013:
A few months ago I wrote about the Digital Pedagogy Unconference that Adeline Koh and I had organized. I'm pleased to announce--both here and over at ProfHacker--that the long dark night of the soul has passed and you can now visit our website and register for the unconference, which will take place on the morning of 3 January. It's … Continue reading Why the 2013 MLA Digital Pedagogy Unconference Isn’t a THATCamp
I'm quite happy to be presenting a poster at the 2012 Digital Humanities conference on a research project I tackled with my undergraduates last year in Intro to Digital Humanities. We tested two volumes of Carol Ann Duffy's poetry for the differences that she herself felt existed in the work. First we read the two volumes and … Continue reading Original Digital Humanities Research with Undergraduates: A Poster at Digital Humanities 2012
[This has been cross-posted at Adeline Koh’s website, http://www.adelinekoh.org/.] Adeline and I are thrilled to announce that we’ll be holding an “unconference” on digital pedagogy as a preconference workshop for the Modern Language Association Annual Meeting in 2013. What are “Unconferences”? The ten-year old unconference format emerged as a response to weaknesses of the traditional … Continue reading A Digital Pedagogy Unconference at MLA13: Join Us!
On 25 and 26 April, Roger Whitson and I had the opportunity to visit the University of Florida on the invitation of Laurie N. Taylor, Digital Humanities Librarian in the George A. Smathers Libraries. We had the opportunity to learn about the work of UF's Digital Collections and attended UF's Research Computing Day, where got to see … Continue reading Theses on the Open Humanities