Wednesday, September 25 at 1pm, The Commons, Spooner Hall: A discussion with artist Joachim Schmid on making artist’s books in the age of the internet, digital photography, online photo sharing, and print on demand.
The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our Fall 2013 Digital Humanities Forum, at Watson Library and the Kansas Union.
We are very excited about this year's schedule, which includes a number of established and emerging scholars who will be on hand for workshops, keynote talks, and presentations on the theme of "Return to the Material." The three-day Forum features the following events:
WORKSHOPS: A set of in-depth, hands on workshops on digital humanities tools and topics.
THATCamp Kansas: An “unconference” for technologists and humanists, with conversations about topics defined on-site by the participants.
RETURN TO THE MATERIAL: A one-day program of panels and poster sessions showcasing digital humanities projects and research.
Colin Allen, Indiana University
Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria
Whitney Trettien, Duke University
Find more information about schedules, keynote speakers and registration at Digital Humanities Forum 2013: Return to the Material
The Linguistic Atlas of Kansas German Dialects: An Interview with Bill Keel and Chris Johnson
Interviewed by Katie Sparks, April 2013
The University of North Texas Digital Scholarship Co-Operative invites proposals for Digital Frontiers 2013, a conference that brings together the users and builders of digital resources for research and education: http://disco.unt.edu/cfp2013