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.
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.
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 Wanted Dead or Alive – The Scholarly Monograph.
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 a fascinating hour and 20 minutes. It's been split up here into 3 videos.
Alex Gil Part 1
ALex Gil Part 2
Alex Gil Part 3
The Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media and Culture and the University Libraries are proud to sponsor a visit by Dr. Miriam Posner, on Wednesday, September 17.
Please join us for two public events:
Liberal Arts and Humanities (LAAH) Building, Room 326
The Digital Humanities Working Group will host an informal discussion with Dr. Posner, focused on alternative academic careers in digital humanities.
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
Now that we are settled in to our new building, it's time to celebrate, and we can think of no better way to do that than to enjoy a talk by Dr. Lisa Spiro, a longtime supporter of IDHMC whose scholarship and activism in the field of DH continues to be an inspiration to us (and many others). Lisa will be presenting a talk, "Why Digital Humanities?" at 3:00 in LAAH 453.