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

It’s not a game to meARGs, Game Design & Secret Agents in the Schoolroom

Kari Kraus
Kari Kraus
Beth Bonsignore
Beth Bonsignore
Amanda Visconti
Amanda Visconti
Ann Fraistat
MITH Conference Room

Everything is AnimatedPervasive Media and the Networked Subject

Beth Coleman
Beth Coleman
Women’s Studies Multimedia Studio, 0135 Taliaferro Hall

Thoughts on the Decline of the Book as Physical Object

Peter Kay
Peter Kay
MITH Conference Room

Learning on the JobData Curation by Humanists, Librarians, and the Public

Trevor Muñoz
MITH Conference Room

Networked MacrosolutionsLibrary Peer-Sourced Collaborative Services

Rachel Frick
Rachel Frick
MITH Conference Room

Practical Strategies for Digital Humanities Development10 Things I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me Before I Began Digital Humanities Research

Jennifer Guiliano
Jennifer Guiliano
MITH Conference Room

Criticism in the Digital Humanities

Fred Gibbs
Fred Gibbs
MITH Conference Room

Computational Historiography in a Century of Classics Journals

David Mimno
David Mimno
MITH Conference Room

Large Scale Text Analysis in the Digital Humanities: Methods and Challenges

Aditi Muralidharan
Aditi Muralidharan
MITH Conference Room