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). Currently an “initiative,” the IDHMC (http://idhmc.tamu.edu) will become an Institute upon approval by the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.
It is the IDHMC’s great pleasure to announce that the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) project will become the next node within ARC (Advanced Research Consortium), joining NINES (Nineteeth-century Scholarship Online), 18thConnect, and MESA (the Medieval Electronic Scholarly Alliance).
We recently put together a short video about the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture.
Take a look at some photos and clips of our recent faculty, visiting scholars, staff, and graduate students here.
Sponsored by the Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies
This October, directors and project managers from the nodes of the Advanced Research Consortium (ARC) met in Raleigh, North Carolina to discuss the expansion, implementation, and sustainability of ARC as a digital infrastructure for the future of humanities scholarship.
Mandell gave an interview and talk at the University of South Carolina: big thanks to Michael Gavin and David Miller!
Interview about the IDHMC:
Talk: "Knowledge as Production: the Difference 'Use' Makes"
On October 10, Dr. Francis Quek paid us a visit and gave a fascinating lecture on Embodiment.
Here is a link to a video of the talk: http://idhmc.tamu.edu/image-store/Quek_Embodiment.mov
and to his accompanying slides: http://idhmc.tamu.edu/image-store/embodiedhumandigitalworld-2012.pdf
And now - introducing our guest blogger, Dr. Jacob Heil, post-doctoral researcher for the IDHMC and our eMOP book history guru. Welcome to the IDHMC blog, Dr. Heil!