This group is dedicated to cultivating an inclusive, collaborative, and critical Digital Humanities culture at UC San Diego. Students, faculty, and staff from all areas of campus are welcome to post relevant news, events, resources, and questions to the group forum.
We also have a smaller digital humanities research group, which facilitates communication about its bi-weekly meetings here: https://knit.ucsd.edu/groups/luddites.
erin glass started the topic Manifold workshop: A digital platform for scholarly publishing & open education in the forum Digital Humanities 3 weeks ago
Scholarly Publishing Workshop on Manifold
With Jojo Karlin, Manifold Graduate Fellow
Interested in making beautiful, annotatable digital books? Come learn how to publish materials on Manifold, a digital platform for scholarly publishing and open education resources. See how you can create a mobile-friendly, annotatable version of a public domain…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic digital humanities + social justice talk/lunch: Dr. Angel David Nieves in the forum Digital Humanities 1 month ago
Please join us for a social justice digital humanities talk and catered lunch featuring Dr. Angel David Nieves from 10am to noon Tuesday, May 28 at the UCSD Cross Cultural Center (on the second floor of the Price Center). Attendees are strongly encouraged to RSVP via Eventbrite.
3D Online Publications + Social Justice: The Soweto Uprisings, St…[Read more]
Jeanelle Horcasitas started the topic N. Katherine Hayles' Public Lecture on Digital Humanities at US in the forum Digital Humanities 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I wanted to share an upcoming event at USD on the Digital Humanities.
“The English Department at USD is hosting Dr. N. Katherine Hayles’ public lecture, “Can Computers Create Meaning?: A Cyber/Bio/Semiotic Perspective,” on April 16th (6pm, Warren Auditorium). This will be a great opportunity for scholars and students in San Diego…[Read more]
*apologies for cross posting*
Interested in ethical issues in ed tech and free/libre software alternatives for teaching and learning?
Join us at the Ethical EdTech Edit-a-thon–a multi-campus collaboration–to contribute to our Ethical EdTech Wiki and learn more about these issues. We’ll have pizza!
Please RSVP by adding your name to the RS…[Read more]
A warm invitation from USD:
David Stern of the University of Iowa will be discussing his Tractatus Map project at the USD Humanities Center on Monday, March 11 at 5:00 pm. Philosophy has been less well-represented in DH than literature or history, so we’re really excited about showcasing a significant DH project focusing on an important…[Read more]
erin glass replied to the topic DH talk: “The Symbolic Economy of Neoliberal Digital Technology” in the forum Digital Humanities via email 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Thanks very much for the additional information, Stephanie. I’m excited to
attend the talk!
Stephanie Jed replied to the topic DH talk: “The Symbolic Economy of Neoliberal Digital Technology” in the forum Digital Humanities 4 months ago
I’m looking forward to meeting members of the Digital Humanities Research Group (and thank you for your co-sponsorship). Here is the abstract of Righi’s talk:
In this paper I question current views on the Quantified Self Movement (and self-tracking devices in general) as a solipsistic form of self-knowledge by framing the latter within the…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic DH talk: “The Symbolic Economy of Neoliberal Digital Technology” in the forum Digital Humanities 4 months ago
Andrea Righi will be giving a talk on “The Symbolic Economy of Neoliberal Digital Technology” Monday, Feb. 25, 5:30pm. Unfortunately, I don’t have much information other than the title, but I thought it may be of interest to some of you. I’ve also been told there will be snacks!
Feel free to join if of interest!
PROF. ANDREA RI…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic Love Data Week: Data talks on privacy, research, and publishing in the forum Digital Humanities 4 months, 1 week ago
For Love Data Week 2019, the Library is hosting a series of data-themed talks and activities. See here for more information.
Seminars and Workshops
Keeping your data private online
Monday, February 11, 2019 at 2pm – Seuss Room in Geisel Library
Do you have Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Tinder on your phone? Have you ever wondered if your…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic submit a DH team project for week long intensive development in the forum Digital Humanities 5 months ago
The ILiADS Steering Committee welcomes proposals for the fifth annual Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship! This year’s Institute will be hosted by the Ohio Five and will take place July 14-19, 2019 at the College of Wooster.
ILiADS offers a week-long intensive environment for collaborative project teams composed of some mix of r…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic Datafication and Community Activism: Redrawing the Boundaries of Research in the forum Digital Humanities 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Call for Participation
Datafication and Community Activism:
Redrawing the Boundaries of Research
A workshop to be held in the Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine
March 8 – 9, 2019
erin glass started the topic Interactive Digital Storytelling with Twine! (A workshop) in the forum Digital Humanities 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Interested in interactive digital storytelling? Want to create your own story-based game and show it off online? We are excited to have Twine expert and SDSU student Kristin Herr lead a workshop on Twine, an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. Twine can be used simply for powerful effect (check out this Twine story on d…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic scholarships available for dh-themed training institute in the forum Digital Humanities 7 months ago
erin glass started the topic digital archives + women's studies event next week in the forum Digital Humanities 8 months ago
October 24, 2018: How Women’s Experiences Come Alive in a New Digital Archive, New Interpretations of the American Past (PDF) with Emeritus Professors Kathryn Kish Sklar and Thomas Dublin, Binghamton University. Humanities and Social Sciences Building Room 4025, 3 p.m.
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