Brian Rosenblum is Founding Co-Director of the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, and Librarian for Digital Scholarship at the University of Kansas Libraries, where he has administrative, production and outreach responsibilities in support of a variety of digital initiatives and publishing services. Prior to joining KU Libraries’ digital initiatives program in 2005 he worked at the Scholarly Publishing Office at the University Library, University of Michigan, where he helped develop electronic journals and digital scholarly projects.
• 2019: Bodies | Justice | Futures
• 2018: Digital Frontiers: Finding Community
• 2017: Digital Storytelling
• 2016: Places, Spaces, Sites
• 2015: peripheries, barriers, hierarchies
• 2014: Nodes and Networks
• 2013: Return to the Material
• 2012: Big Data and Uncertainty
• 2011: Representing Knowledge
- DHNow is on Winter Break!
- Resource: Digital Fellows’ Guide to Digital Dissertations Update
- CFPapers: International Digital Curation Conference 19 April, 2021
- Announcement: Leaders in the Open World, Intellectual Property, and Social Justice Join Our Public Domain Day Celebration
- Opportunity: Seeking Public Library Participants for Community History Web Archiving Program
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