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MITH Joins DC Area Technology and Humanities Forum

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MITH is pleased to announce we have accepted an invitation to join Georgetown and George Mason as third regional host of the Washington DC Area Technology and Humanities Forum. Co-sponsored by the Center for History & New Media (CHNM) at GMU and the…continue reading

Companion to Digital Humanities Online

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The complete text of A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004) is now freely available online, at: http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/ This volume covers the full range of…continue reading

MITH Podcasting Now Live!

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MITH is pleased to announce that we have begun regular Podcasting of our popular Digital Dialogues seminar series: mith.umd.edu/digitaldialogues We have three Podcasts from recent Digital Dialogues already available, including talks by Rice…continue reading

MITH Fellow Merle Collins Presents Work

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MITH Fellow Merle Collins (Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Maryland) will present aspects of her digital humanities work during a plenary address to a conference on "The African Presence and Influence on the Cultures of the…continue reading

MITH Graduate Student Travel Grants

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Dear all, MITH is once again able to offer four travel grants of up to $1,000 for graduate students whose work substantially focuses on some aspect of the Digital Humanities or New Media. Travel must be for a conference presentation related to the…continue reading

MITH Podcasting

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The first episode of MITH's Digital Dialogues PodCast is now available: Chuck Henry on Rice University Press's born-digital publishing program (10/24/06). Get it here! We look forward to PodCasting more Digital Dialogues in the future.continue reading

MITH Fellow Angel David Nieves Presents Work

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Current MITH Fellow Angel David Nieves presented a paper at the Third Biennial Urban History Association Conference on ASU's Tempe/Phoenix campus. The paper entitled, "The Struggle" Over Urban Cultural Heritage and Human Rights: Post-Apartheid…continue reading

Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1 Released

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College Park, Maryland, October 26, 2006 -- The Electronic Literature Organization today released the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume One. The Collection, edited by N. Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, and Stephanie Strickland…continue reading

Byte by Byte

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MITH Assistant Director Doug Reside's article "Byte by Byte, Putting it Together: Electronic Editions and the Study of Musical Theatre" will be published in the premiere issue of Studies in Musical Theatre in early 2007. The article describes his…continue reading

ELO Plugs Into New Hub: MITH @ Maryland

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ELO PLUGS INTO NEW HUB: MITH @ MARYLAND The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) is now establishing its new headquarters at The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland, College Park. The move…continue reading

MITH-COMMUNITY Archives Available

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By popular demand, the archives of MITH-COMMUNITY, our low-volume announcement list for events at MITH and news from the wider digital humanities community beyond, are now available for public browsing. Bookmark the list archive here: https…continue reading

Fall 2006 Digital Dialogues Schedule

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What's the role of mobile phones in the digital humanities? How do we archive the cultural and corporate history of the dot com era? What's the edge of the edge in the digital arts these days? Why would you want to consult an encyclopedia that would…continue reading

MITH Welcomes New Staff

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From: Neil Fraistat, Director To: MITH Community Re: New Staff at MITH I'm delighted to announce the addition of two key full-time staff members, who have joined MITH over the summer: Cindy Woo, formerly the Business Manager for both the Art Gallery…continue reading

New Digital Humanities Initiatives from NEH

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MITH is very pleased to pass along word of a series of new programs and initiatives from NEH designed to support research and scholarship in the digital humanities: NEH has launched a new digital humanities initiative aimed at supporting projects…continue reading

Position Available: Assistant Director of MITH

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MARYLAND INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY IN THE HUMANITIES The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland, College Park announces an immediate search for the position of Assistant Director. EXEMPT/12 MONTH…continue reading

Carl Stahmer in New Role as Research Associate

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To: All current and former members of MITH From: Neil Fraistat, Director MITH Acting Associate Director Carl Stahmer has returned for family reasons to the San Diego area, where he will once again be able to surf the ocean daily, rather than just the…continue reading

MITH is Hiring

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MITH is currently conducting searches for two full-time Graduates Assistants (GAs): an information architect and a Managing Director for the Electronic Literature Organization. *** MITH Program Associate 12-month GA position Maryland Institute for…continue reading

Nebraska Digital Workshop

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First Annual Nebraska Digital Workshop Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) University of Nebraska-Lincoln September 22-23, 2006 The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host…continue reading