DFW-Area Digital Humanities Colloquium
The DFW-Area Digital Humanities Colloquium is a series of conversations about the future of the digital humanities, staged as trans-disciplinary dialogues between technologists and scholars. These dialogues will offer critiques of the capacity of the informatics tools, content aggregators, and data collectors that have been typical of digital humanities output to produce humanistically relevant knowledge. We celebrate the optimism about what DH tools "can" do or may enable in the future, but believe the time has come to hear from innovative scholars who are using these tools for humanist inquiry, and provide a forum for conscientious critique of the state of the digital humanities and speculate about what is next for digital scholarship across the disciplines.
Scholars, students, librarians, and staff from area institutions wishing to participate in the Colloquium should contact email@example.com.
There are no DFW-DHC events scheduled for the remainder of Spring Semester 2013. Visit the Events page for other happenings sponsored by the UNT Digital Scholarship Co-Operative. Groups at DFW-area schools interested in hosting a DFW-DHC event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
October 26, 2012
Andrew Torget, Department of History, University of North Texas
Respondent: Fred Siegmund, Department of English, Southern Methodist University
The Willis Library Forum, University of North Texas
February 7, 2013
"Mapping Networks of Viral Texts"
Prothro Hall, Southern Methodist University
February 8, 2013
"Digital Frontiers Workshop with Ryan Cordell"
CLC 110B - Eagle Commons Library, Sycamore Hall
University of North Texas
February 27, 2013
"Digital Tools in Pedagogy"
Laurel Stvan, Associate Professor of Linguistics, UT Arlington
Kim Knight, Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Communication, UT Dallas
Frank Dufour, Associate Professor, Arts and Technology, UT Dallas.
Respondent: Spencer Keralis, Director for Digital Scholarship & Research Associate Professor, UNT
McDermott Suite, McDermott Library
University of Texas - Dallas