As part of our Digital Dialogue series, we are able to offer a small number of spaces for graduate students, staff, and faculty to join our speakers for lunch. This is a great opportunity to engage directly with the speakers and discuss their work in a less formal setting. We are now getting ready for our
Doing digital scholarly work, or curious about the digital humanities and related digital studies? The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) is a digital humanities center located right at the heart of campus in Hornbake Library. During the semester, MITH hosts a signature event series, Digital Dialogues, featuring talks by local and visiting
MITH is excited to announce the lineup of speakers for our Fall 2014 Digital Dialogues season! Our seven speakers come from a wide variety of research specialties ranging from Women's Studies, Film & Digital Media, Information Studies and gaming culture. Reserve the date now for: Tuesday September 30, 2014: Alison Booth Tuesday October 7, 2014: Stephanie Ceraso
MITH is excited to announce the lineup of speakers for our Spring 2014 Digital Dialogues season! Our speakers have a wide variety of backgrounds and research interests ranging from culture and technology, to video spectatorship, and born-digital access initiatives. Reserve the date now for: Tuesday February 18, 2014: Anne Balsamo Tuesday February 25, 2014: Porter
MITH is delighted to announce our fall 2013 slate of Digital Dialogues speakers. All events are held in the MITH Conference Room, 0301 Hornbake Library, University of Maryland. September 17th 12:30-2 pm Chris Prom Assistant University Archivist, Associate Professor, University of Illinois Libraries Documenting Science in the Digital Age: What's the Same and What's Different?
10/21 MITH Digital Dialogue: Kathleen Fitzpatrick: Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy.
MITH Digital Dialogue Tuesday, October 21, 12:30-1:45 MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library "Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy." by Kathleen Fitzpatrick Much attention has been paid in recent years to the digital future of scholarship, and in particularly to the technological and infrastructural development necessary to new publishing structures. This talk