Digital Dialogues

We are delighted to announce the lineup for the Fall 2018 Digital Dialogue series. The series will begin with our Fall Mixer, Wednesday, September 12 at 12:30 pm. We will then have seven incredible sessions. All Digital Dialogues will be held at 12:30 pm in the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities Conference Room, 0301 Hornbake Library North.

Digital Dialogues are open to the public and all are welcome.

Fall 2018 Digital Dialogues

Tuesday, September 18: EcoDH: Intersections of Environmental and Digital Humanities Panel Ted Dawson (University of Maryland), Amanda Starling Gould (Duke University), Max Symuleski (Duke University), libi striegl (University of Colorado, Boulder), and Craig Dietrich (Claremont Colleges)

Tuesday, September 25: Lorena Gauthereau, CLIR-Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage (University of Houston) Elaborating a (Digital) Methodology of the Oppressed in US Latina/o Digital Humanities

Tuesday, October 2: Jim Brown, Associate Professor of English, Director, Digital Studies Center, (Rutgers University-Camden) Histories of Hateware In conjunction with the Digital Studies in Arts and Humanities (DSAH) Graduate Certificate

Tuesday, October 9: Aleia Brown, Program Manager (Humanities Action Lab) and Mellon/American Council of Learned Society Public Fellow Ctrl Alt Delete: Rebooting Narratives through Digital Humanities

Thursday*, October 25: Sarah Savant, Associate Professor, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations (Aga Khan University, London) How Were So Many Arabic Authors So Prolific? Digital Evidence for the Origins and Development of a Historical Textual Tradition In conjunction with the Roshan Institute for Persian Studies *please note that this talk takes place on Thursday

Tuesday, October 30: Christy Hyman, PhD Student (University of Nebraska—Lincoln) Movement and Other Translations of Landscape

Tuesday, November 6, Alex Gil, Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Humanities and History Division (Columbia University Libraries) Nimble Tents: xpmethod, #tornapart, and Other Tensile Approaches to the Fourth Estate

For more information see Digital Dialogues schedule page, which will be updated with more information about each talk as it becomes available.

Fall Mixer

Doing digital scholarly work, or curious about the digital humanities and related digital studies? Join us for the Fall 2018 MITH Mixer, Wednesday, September 12 at 12:30 at MITH.

This is a chance to meet others on campus who are interested in digital scholarly work and share your research interests, as well as to meet MITH staff and see our space. We especially encourage graduate students, librarians, and faculty to attend and give a brief lightning talk about their research interests—whether you’ve just begun thinking about some topic, or are further along on a project. Each presenter will get a maximum of two minutes and 1 slide (or webpage) so use this as an opportunity to introduce yourself, spark a conversation, or get a new idea out into the world.

If you are interested in giving a lightning talk, please fill out our survey by 6:00 pm on Tuesday, September 11.

Light refreshments will be provided.

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.