The IDHMC is pleased to announce the recipients of Digital Humanities Summer Institute Tuiion Scholarships for 2014:
Laura Perrings (ENGL); Rubria Rocha De Luna (HISP); Robin Roe (HIST); Daniel Schwartz (HIST); Katayoun Torabi (ENGL).
In addition, Heidi Campbell (COMM) and Nigel Lepianka (ENGL) were awarded scholarships from DHSI directly.
Congratulations to all of you!
The Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture and the Advanced Research Consortium (ARC) are pleased to announce that the DHSI course on Digital Project Aggregation with ARC and Collex will be co-taught by IDHMC Director Dr. Laura Mandell and MESA Co-Director Dr. Tim Stinson (NSCU).
Would you like to learn more about digital humanities? If so, you might be one of our next interns!
Over the past few weeks, IDHMC lead programmer Matt Christy and I have been settling into our new roles as eMOP co-project managers for Year Two of the Mellon grant project. We've also begun looking towards the future, having a series of planning meetings with our post-processing collaborators.
Look forward to several new things from eMOP this fall, including the release of Franken+, a tool created by eMOP graduate student researcher Bryan Tarpley (which allows for easier creation of font training libraries).
Texas A&M University seeks to hire a dynamic researcher with an established record in digital humanities research and/or humanities, artistic, or information visualization to participate in establishing an interdisciplinary Institute for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture (IDHMC).
IDHMC Faculty Fellow and Professor of Communication, Dr. Heidi Campbell, has made the TAMU news! Click on the links below to read more about her project on the TAMU College of Liberal Arts website and The Battalion, the TAMU student newspaper.
The IDHMC invites you to an event sponsored by the Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies, the Religious Studies program, and our offices on October 18, 2013.
Date: October 18, 2013
Time: 1:00 - 3:30 pm
Location: Bolton 111D
Speaker: Dr. Gregory Grieve, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro