On April 15, the IDHMC hosted our first Visualization Day, which showcased the work of Texas A&M faculty and researchers. We were pleased to have participants from Archaeology, Digital Humanities, English, Performance Studies, and the Libraries in the event.Continue Reading →
The Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture is hosting a Humanities Visualization Day in its Humanities Visualization Space (HVS) featuring presentations by faculty and post-doctoral fellows on Wednesday, April 15, 2015. For details and the schedule of presentations see the HVSDay-Schedule flyer.Continue Reading →
Amy Earhart will be plenary speaker at the most significant North American Digital Humanities conference, sponsored jointly by CSDH/SCHN and the Association for Computers and the Humanities (http://csdh-schn.org/2014/10/20/cfp15/#more-882). The invitation comes thanks to Dr. Earhart’s work on the Alex Haley papers at TAMU, her creation of a digital […]Continue Reading →
Maura Ives, Amy Earhart, Rebecca Hankins, and Sarah Potvin have been awarded a PESCA grant (http://vpr.tamu.edu/researchdevelopment/funding/internal/PESCA) for their project called “Creating Next Generation Cultural Data: The Digital Black Bibliographic Project.” We will post more information about the project as it becomes available. Congratulations to them!Continue Reading →
The IDHMC is pleased to announce the formation of an advisory board to provide feedback, input, and guidance on IDHMC projects, structure, and initiatives.
The following faculty members have agreed to serve on this board: Richard J. Golsan, Bruce Herbert, Craig Kallendorf, Tim McLaughlin, Daniel L. Schwartz, and Nancy Warren. See IDHMC Advisory Board […]Continue Reading →
On November 12, Dr. Laura Mandell, Professor and Director, Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture at Texas A&M University, presented at Texas A&M her talk, “Imminent Demise or Potential Rejuvenation?: The Future of the Scholarly Monograph” originally given as a keynote address at the recent ARL forum Continue Reading →
Dr. Alex Gil, Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Humanities and History Division, Columbia University Libraries, took a break from the ARC semi-annual meeting being held at Texas A&M to give a talk at the Glasscock Center on “Praxis and Sustainability: building social structures in digital humanities.” The talk was […]Continue Reading →