Digital Dialogues

Digital Dialogues convenes prominent digital humanities, new media, and information technology practitioners to present their field-defining research. The series, which celebrated its 40th season in Spring 2024, invites intellectual exchange around topics critical to the digital humanities. Follow us on social media (@umd_mith on X/Twitter and@mith_umd on Instagram) for more details.

Past Digital Dialogues

Sensing SfericsElectromagnetic Noise and Environmental Signal

Jeffrey Moro
MITH Conference Room

Kinship & (Be)LongingConfronting Slavery's Archive through Critical Black DH

Ellie Palazzolo
Ellie Palazzolo
Olivia Barnard
Olivia Barnard
Jessica Marie Johnson
Jessica Marie Johnson
Leila K. Blackbird
Leila K. Blackbird
MITH Conference Room

Sustaining DHEndings, Dependencies, Infrastructure

Joey Takeda
Joey Takeda
MITH Conference Room

WILDWOODBlackDH Adventures in Southside Chicago Worldmaking

Elizabeth Murice Alexander
MITH Conference Room

Tracking the Invisible: Following Movement Beyond Space and Time Markers

Kristin Carlson
Kristin Carlson
MITH Conference Room

Building a Community Data Curation PracticeDigital Archiving through Partnership and Resource Sharing

Jennifer Garcon
Jennifer Garcon
MITH Conference Room

Distant Writing

Leonardo Flores
Leonardo Flores
MITH Conference Room

The Black Lunch Table Archive : A Radical Reimagining of Digital Authorship

Jina Valentine
Jina Valentine
Heather Hart
Heather Hart
MITH Conference Room

MEI for All! or Lowering the Barrier to Music Encoding through Digital Pedagogy

Anna Kijas
Anna Kijas
MITH Conference Room

Design, Development, and Documentation: Hacking TEI for Black Digital Humanities

Jessica H. Lu
Jessica H. Lu
Caitlin Pollock
Caitlin Pollock
MITH Conference Room