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20 Oct 2015

Matthew Lincoln Digital Dialogue

By | 2017-02-06T10:47:21+00:00 Tue, Oct 20, 2015|Dialogue, Digital Dialogues, Events|

Matthew Lincoln
University of Maryland
MITH Conference Room
Tue, Oct 27, 2015
12:30 pm

"In the context of research, a model is an experimental device, modelling an experimental technique." Willard McCarty, Humanities Computing. What is a research model, and what is an experiment, in the context of art history? As we begin to compute data troves derived from catalogues raisonné and museum collections in new ways, we are challenged

6 Oct 2015

Cheryl Ball Digital Dialogue

By | 2017-02-06T10:47:21+00:00 Tue, Oct 6, 2015|Dialogue, Digital Dialogues, Events|

Cheryl Ball
West Virginia University
MITH Conference Room
Tue, Oct 13, 2015
12:30 pm

As academic publishing turns more and more toward peer-to-peer review, multimedia-rich work, and publication of data sets, the Vega team is developing a modular, open-source platform that can accommodate a broader range of publishing models that scholars and practitioners want to and can publish. Vega will be a free, editorial-management platform that supports peer review, copy-editing,

20 Sep 2015

James English Digital Dialogue

By | 2017-02-06T10:47:21+00:00 Sun, Sep 20, 2015|Dialogue, Digital Dialogues, Events|

James English
University of Pennsylvania
MITH Conference Room
Tue, Oct 20, 2015
12:30 pm

Scholars of contemporary fiction face special challenges in making the turn toward digitized corpora and empirical method. Their field is one of exceptionally large and uncertain scale, subject to ongoing transformation and dispute, and shrouded in copyright. I will present one possible way forward, based on my work for a special issue of Modern Language

8 Sep 2015

RSVP by Tuesday September 17th to join MITH for a Digital Dialogues mixer!

By | 2016-04-25T17:07:43+00:00 Tue, Sep 8, 2015|Alerts, Digital Dialogues|

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

1 Sep 2015

Elizabeth Losh Digital Dialogue

By | 2017-02-06T10:47:22+00:00 Tue, Sep 1, 2015|Dialogue, Digital Dialogues, Events|

Elizabeth Losh
College of William and Mary
MITH Conference Room
Tue, Oct 6, 2015
12:30 pm

The study of computational media still has far to go when it comes to contradicting the solo white male inventor myths that are often reified in mainstream culture, although recent work in media archaeology that emphasizes the manual labor of participants with the apparatus is changing the narrative about the rise of software culture. It

16 Jul 2015

MITH partners in $1.25 Million Mellon Grant Awarded to UMD’s Arts and Humanities College

By | 2016-07-11T11:44:07+00:00 Thu, Jul 16, 2015|News, Research|

A $1.25 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will fund research, education and training at the intersections of digital humanities and African American studies at the University of Maryland. The grant will help to prepare a diverse community of scholars and students whose work will both broaden the reach of the digital humanities

8 Jul 2015

Hacking MITH’s Legacy Web Servers: A Holistic Approach to Preservation on the Web

By | 2017-02-05T21:13:57+00:00 Wed, Jul 8, 2015|Research|

Editor's note— This is the second post in MITH's series on stewarding digital humanities scholarship. In September of 2012 MITH moved from its long-time home in the basement of the McKeldin Library on the University of Maryland campus to a newly renovated, and considerably better lit, location next to Library Media Services in the Hornbake

15 Jun 2015

Stewarding Digital Humanities Work on the Web at MITH

By | 2017-02-05T21:13:58+00:00 Mon, Jun 15, 2015|News|

A digital humanities center is nothing if not a site of constant motion: staff, directors, fellows, projects, partners, tools, technologies, resources, and (innumerable) best practices all change over time, sometimes in quite unpredictable ways. As small, partly or wholly soft-funded units whose missions involve research, or teaching, or anchoring a local interest community, digital humanities

1 Jun 2015

Recap Part II: Engaging the Public: Best Practices for Crowdsourcing across the Disciplines Workshop (CrowdCon)

By | 2017-02-05T21:13:58+00:00 Mon, Jun 1, 2015|Events, Research|

Last week, we posted Part I of a series of two blog entries detailing the outcomes of our workshop entitled Engaging the Public: Best Practices for Crowdsourcing across the Disciplines (CrowdCon). For the second entry, we’ve gathered the final storified tweets and videos of the event, covering big challenges in research crowdsourcing, best practices and