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

Black Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Praxis

Kim Gallon
Kim Gallon
MITH Conference Room

Working on ENIAC: The Lost Labors of the Information Age

Thomas Haigh
Thomas Haigh
Mark Priestley
Mark Priestley
Human-Computer Interaction Lab (2105 Hornbake, South Wing)

Making History w/ the Masses RevisitedHistory Unfolded & the Realities of Citizen History

Elissa Frankle
Elissa Frankle
MITH Conference Room

Murder NetworksA New Materialist Look at Violence

Trisha Campbell
Trisha Campbell
MITH Conference Room

Music, Technology, and Digital Scholarship

Richard Freedman
Richard Freedman
MITH Conference Room

Experimental Models and Art Historical ComputingNetworks in the Golden Age of Dutch and Flemish Printmaking

Matthew Lincoln
Matthew Lincoln
MITH Conference Room

What Counts as Contemporary Fiction? Scale, Value, and Field

James English
James English
MITH Conference Room

The Archipelago of Multimedia Publishing

Cheryl Ball
Cheryl Ball
MITH Conference Room

A Woman’s TouchManual Labor, Pink Collar Workers, and Feminist New Media Origin Stories

Elizabeth Losh
Elizabeth Losh
MITH Conference Room

Do read the comments: Designing digital editions for a public humanities conversation

Amanda Visconti
Amanda Visconti
MITH Conference Room