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

Conservation and DigitizationA Technologizing of the Book as an Object

Alberto Campagnolo
Alberto Campagnolo
MITH Conference Room

Digital ArchivesRadical Acts of Self-Preservation

Ravon Ruffin
Ravon Ruffin
MITH Conference Room

Nam June Paik’s Etude and the Indeterminate Origins of Digital Media Art

Gregory Zinman
Gregory Zinman
MITH Conference Room

Deviant Black Bodies and Embodied Black Feminism in the Blogosphere

Catherine Knight Steele
Catherine Knight Steele
MITH Conference Room

Finding Aids for the UnreadDesign for the Visualization of Reading

Purdom Lindblad
Purdom Lindblad
MITH Conference Room

‘Five Decades of Experiments with Hypermedia Systems for the Humanities’

Andy Van Dam
Andy Van Dam
MITH Conference Room

Track ChangesA Literary History of Word Processing

Matthew Kirschenbaum
Matthew Kirschenbaum
Tawes Hall, Room 2115

Cultural Memory & Digital MediationThree contrasting projects in Armenia, Australia and South Africa

Harold Short
Harold Short
MITH Conference Room

West Africa Historical GIS and the Liberated Africans Project

Henry Lovejoy
Henry Lovejoy
MITH Conference Room

Of graphs, maps, and 30,000 MuslimsDigital Humanities & The Premodern Islamic World

Maxim Romanov
Maxim Romanov
MITH Conference Room