MITH is thrilled to announce the Spring 2020 Digital Dialogue line-up. This eclectic season covers a range of interesting DH topics including oral histories, music encoding, movement and technology, poetry and algorithms, and community data curation. From 25 February to the 31 March six speakers will present on Tuesdays at 12:30 pm. Digital Dialogues are open to the public and all are welcome, so please join us in the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities Conference Room, 0301 Hornbake Library North. We look forward to seeing you there to share in the discussion.
Spring 2020 Digital Dialogues
2/25 Anna Kijas Music Librarian, Head of Lilly Music Library | Tufts University MEI for All! or Lowering the Barrier to Music Encoding through Digital Pedagogy
3/3 Heather Hart Black Lunch Table | Co-founder Visiting Lecturer | Rutgers University Mason Gross School of Art
Jina Valentine Black Lunch Table | Co-founder Associate Professor of Printmedia | School of the Art Institute of Chicago
The Black Lunch Table Archive: A Radical Reimagining of Digital Authorship Co-sponsored by African American History, Culture, and Digital Humanities (AADHum)
3/10 Leonardo Flores Professor and Chair of English | Appalachian State University President | Electronic Literature Organization Distant Writing Co-sponsored by Digital Studies in the Arts and Humanities (DSAH)
3/24 Jennifer Garcon Bollinger Fellow in Public and Community Data Curation | University of Pennsylvania Building a Community Data Curation Practice: Digital Archiving through Partnership and Resource Sharing
3/31 Kristin Carlson Assistant Professor, Creative Technologies Program | Illinois State University Tracking the Invisible: Following Movement Beyond Space and Time Markers Co-Sponsored by Immersive Media Design (IMDM) at the University of Maryland
Digital Dialogues is MITH’s signature events program, held during the academic year, and is an occasion for discussion, presentation, and intellectual exchange that you can build into your schedule. For more information see Digital Dialogues schedule page, which will be updated with more information about each talk as it becomes available.