Digital Humanities Speaker Series 2013-2014: State of the Practice
This year's theme is "State of the Practice." What does it mean to be a digital humanist today? Humanists from multiple fields and professions often have identities primarily defined by older or more specific disciplinary categories. But at the same time these scholars are using digital humanities tools and techniques to research, teach, and learn. The talks in the series this year will focus on allowing practitioners from inside and outside of IIT to share hands-on examples and practical insights about what the digital humanities means and what unique value may be found in Digital Humanities currently.
The 2013-2014 Digital Humanities speaker series will be held on Wednesdays from 3:15-5pm in the Siegel Hall conference room (218) this fall.
|September 11, 2013||Josh Honn (Northwestern)||Tools and tool usage|
|October 23, 2013||Carly Kocurek (IIT)||Digital humanities in the classroom|
|November 13, 2013||Maureen Flanagan and Margaret Power (IIT)||Undergraduate projects and Chicago-area projects|