Digital Humanities Workshop
Working on a digital humanities project?
Interested in connecting to a community of graduate student and faculty DH writers and researchers?
Thinking about incorporating digital humanities tools in your classroom?
Join the interdisciplinary Digital Humanities Workshop to develop and polish projects at any stage and engage in the work of your Digital Humanities (DH) colleagues across the humanities.
The Digital Humanities Workshop is a bi-weekly workshop designed to bring together graduate students and faculty from the Northwestern community working within the interdisciplinary field of Digital Humanities.
The main focus of the Workshop is to share and provide feedback on works-in-progress broadly related to the field including writing (dissertation chapters, book chapters, conference papers, abstracts, etc.): digital projects (digital pieces that augment work, stand-alone public humanities projects, etc.); and professional development (CVs, job talks, cover letters, book proposals, etc.), both academic and public facing. This is also an opportunity to connect scholars working on thematically similar projects across the university who might not otherwise meet.
The Digital Humanities Workshop will meet on the second and fourth Fridays of each month during the lunch hour (12:00 noon - 1:00pm).
- October 29
- November 12 (no meeting Thanksgiving Friday)
- December 10
For more information, contact Joe Whitson, workshop convener and Kaplan's Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Digital Humanities Workshop is hosted by the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities.
Convener: Joseph Whitson, Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities, Kaplan Humanities Institute.