MITH is delighted  to announce that ten Digital Dialogues video podcasts from 2013 are now available.  Here is a full list:

October 29, 2013: Nicole Saylor, Head, American Folklife Center Archive

Archiving Folk Culture in the Digital Age


October 15, 2013: Allen Renear, Interim Dean and Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS), University of Illinois

Letting Go: An Eliminativist Ontology of the Digital World—and What It Means for Data Curation


October 3, 2013: George Williams, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of South Carolina Upstate

Accessibility in Digital Environments: Language, Law, and the Question of Inclusion


September 24, 2013: Tara McPherson, Associate Professor of Critical Studies, University of Southern California

Scholarship In and Beyond the Database


September 17, 2013: Chris Prom, Assistant University Archivist and Associate Professor of Library Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Documenting Science in the Digital Age: What’s the Same and What’s Different


April 30, 2013: Ian Bogost, Ivan Allen College Distinguished Chair in Media Studies and Professor of Interactive Computing & Founding Partner at Persuasive Games LLC., Georgia Institute of Technology

I Kickstarted Your Project And I Didn’t Even Get The Lousy T-Shirt


April 23, 2013: Irene Eleta, Doctoral Candidate, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

Multilingual Users of Twitter: Social Ties Across Language Borders or How a Story Could Travel the World


April 9, 2013: Robin Pike, Digital Collections Librarian, University of Maryland Libraries

From the Stacks to the Future of Research: Building a Scalable, Sustainable Digitization Program at the University of Maryland


April 1, 2013: Abigail McEwen, Assistant Professor of Latin American Art, Department of Art History and Archeology, University of Maryland

Archiving Modern Latin American Art: Sites, Students and Collaboration in the Greater Washington Area


April 4, 2013: Elissa Frankle, Social Media Strategist and Community Manager, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Making History with the Masses: Citizen History and Radical Trust in Museums