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MITH Director Search Presentation

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The College of Arts and Humanities has mounted an internal search for a new Director for the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. The MITH Search Committee invites you to attend a presentation by: Professor Neil Fraistat Monday April…continue reading

MITH Announces Fellowship Calls for 2006-7

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MITH is very pleased to announce 2006-7 calls for its Resident Fellows program, as well as a new Team Fellowship program. Applications for Resident Fellows are due Friday, April 14, and applications for Team Fellowships are due Friday, May 1.continue reading

Named to Advisory Boards

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MITH Acting Director Neil Fraistat has been re-elected to the Executive Council of the Association for Computers and the Humanities, the premier North American organization for its field. He is joined there by Susan Schreibman, the University Library…continue reading

Announcing MITH Director Search

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Director, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) The College of Arts and Humanities is seeking nominations and applications for a Director for the Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities (MITH). The successful candidate…continue reading

MITH Goes to Capitol Hill

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As part of the national Humanities Advocacy Day events on Capitol Hill that took place on Wednesday, March 1, MITH was one of ten NEH funded projects chosen to participate in a reception and exhibition honoring the NEH's 40th Anniversary. MITH Acting…continue reading

Kirschenbaum to Speak at UT Austin

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On Tuesday of next week, MITH Acting Associate Director Matthew Kirschenbaum will speak at the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin. The talk, based on his current book manuscript on new media textuality, is entitled "The…continue reading

Carl Stahmer on "Technology and Intersectionality"

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This Colloquium is designed specifically for graduate students interested in the intersections of race, gender, ethnicity and other dimensions of difference. Our intention is to extend current thinking about theoretical, methodological, and…continue reading

MITH Announces Spring Speakers Schedule

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MITH is pleased to release its Spring Speakers Schedule. Between our weekly seminar series Digital Dialogues and a variety of special guests we are bringing to campus in partnership with other campus units, we are able to offer speakers and events in…continue reading

Congratulations to MITH Fellow Regina Harrison

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Please join us in congratulating Regina Harrison for being awarded the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) 2006 "Award of Merit in Film," which is given for "excellence in the visual presentation of educational and artistic materials on Latin…continue reading

Welcome to MITH's New Web Site

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Welcome to MITH's new Web site! This is the fourth iteration of MITH's Web presence since the Institute was founded in 1999. The centerpiece of the new design is a Wordpress blog engine, which will allow us to add news and updates on a continual…continue reading

Graduate Student Fellowship and Award Recipients

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MITH is delighted to announce the award winners of our Winnemore Scholarship and Travel Grants for 2005-2006, who were recently selected by a committee on which Katie King, Jo Paoletti, and Martha Nell Smith joined me and MITH's Acting Associate…continue reading

nora Project Update

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The nora project has new content online. Of greatest interest perhaps is the ability to experiment with a demo based on our work here at Maryland; there's also significant new material under Screenshots, and new content in Publications/Reports. (All…continue reading

ELO and MITH Announce Partnership

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At today's MLA event the Electronic Literature Organization and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities announced that we have agreed on the principles of a wide-ranging partnership. Plans in the works include research projects…continue reading