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

Unfixed ResearchOn Letting Others Lead in Arts-Integrative Work

Kevin Hamilton
Kevin Hamilton
MITH Conference Room

Public Media's Origin as a Strategically Networked Archive, 1949-1953

Josh Shepperd
Josh Shepperd
MITH Conference Room

Sounding Poetry with Digital Tools

Joanna Swafford
Joanna Swafford
MITH Conference Room

Spotlighting Hidden HistoriesArchiving Transgender Usenet, 1994-2013

Avery Dame
Avery Dame
MITH Conference Room

(POSTPONED) Dirty Digital Environmental HumanitiesFrom iPhones to eWaste

Amanda Starling Gould
Amanda Starling Gould
MITH Conference Room

The Price of the TicketRacism, Black Digital Practice, and Racism Battle Fatigue

André Brock
André Brock
MITH Conference Room

Giving Voice to Ancient TextsDigital Preservation and Access for Endangered Manuscripts from Threatened Communities

Columba Stewart
Columba Stewart
MITH Conference Room

Buffoons, Goons, and Pixelated MinstrelsThe Digital Story That Games Tell

Kishonna L Gray
Kishonna L Gray
MITH Conference Room

Looking for the Perfect BeatAfrican American Literary History--Technology and Texture

Kenton Rambsy
Kenton Rambsy
Dana A. Williams
Dana A. Williams
MITH Conference Room

To Organize, Organize, ORGANIZEThe Colored Conventions, Then and Now

Sarah Patterson
Sarah Patterson
Jim Casey
Jim Casey
MITH Conference Room