From CUNY Academic Commons
See also the various institutes in Training/Professional Development.
- THATCamp (The Humanities & Technology Camp): an “‘unconference’ [see Wikipedia] where humanists and technologists meet to work together for the common good.” Started by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University in 2008, THATCamps are now held around the US and the world, and are a locus for innovative, collaborative DH work. The site provides details of upcoming THATCamps and records of past conferences, and #thatcamp hashtag on Twitter is used throughout the year for THATCamp-related discussions.
- Digital Humanities is the annual international conference for digital scholarship in the humanities, sponsored by the ADHO, and held since 1989. DH2011 took place in Stanford, DH2012 in Hamburg; DH2013 will be hosted by University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The ADHO provides bursaries to students and young scholars who are presenting at DH, and awards the Fortier prize for the best paper by a young scholar.
- The DH Summer Institute (DHSI) is an annual week-long summer institute at the University of Victoria that combines intensive coursework, seminars, and lectures that help participants share ideas and methods, and develop expertise in using advanced technologies. It has now been joined by the DH Winter Institute at MITH, run for the first time in January 2013.
- Day of Digital Humanities – run annually since 2009 by Geoff Rockwell and team at the University of Alberta; takes the pulse of the DH community by asking participants to blog about the work they do on one day in March.
- The MLA Convention – DHers have a robust presence at the MLA, as you can see from Mark Sample’s list of DH-related sessions for 2013. The ACH sponsors sessions annually, and has maintained a list of sessions going back fifteen years.
- The first undergraduate Digital Humanities Conference – “Re: Humanities: A Symposium on Digital Media in Academia” was held in 2010, and has been hosted annually since then by Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges.
- The Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS) is an annual DH conference in Chicago hosted by a different area school each year.
- The Society for Textual Scholarship hosts an annual conference that includes many sessions on DH topics.
For more, watch:
- HASTAC’s event listing
- The calendar, run by Amanda French, of Conferences for Digital Humanities, Digital Archives, Digital Libraries, and Digital Museums
- The annual CUNY IT Conference, held in December each year, offers DHers opportunities to present and learn about new applications of technology to research and pedagogy. Follow our blog for updates.
- The Digital Studies Seminar meets throughout the year with invited speakers, sponsored by the Center for the Humanities. Topics have included the preservation of born digital literary texts, the philosophy of free software, internet surveillance and privacy, and teaching interactive technology and pedagogy to doctoral students. Our blog will provide the schedule.
- And of course the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative hosts speakers too; follow our blog for news about upcoming events.
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