Liz Hamilton (Northwestern University), the recipient of the inaugural Julia C. Blixrud Scholarship, has written an overview of the 2015 ARL Fall Forum on Research Partnerships in Digital Scholarship for the Humanities and Social Sciences. In the overview, Hamilton provides highlights (and links to materials) from the speakers’ presentations, including Tara McPherson’s Julia C. Blixrud Memorial Lecture.
The other presentations covered in the overview include:
- “Emerging Models in Humanities Publishing: Institutional Implications,” featuring Gary Dunham and Jason Jackson of Indiana University Bloomington, Meredith Kahn and Charles Watkinson of University of Michigan, and Lisa Macklin of Emory University.
- “Digital Scholarship in the Social Sciences,” featuring Rachel S. Franklin of S4 at Brown University, Eric Kansa of Open Context at University of California, Berkeley, and Ethan Watrall of MATRIX at Michigan State University.
- “Funding Partnerships—Trans-Atlantic Platform,” featuring Brett Bobley of the US National Endowment for the Humanities and Brent Herbert-Copley of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
- “Global Partnerships in Digital Scholarship,” delivered by Geoffrey Boulton of University of Edinburgh.