Registration is now open for Digitorium 2020. The conference runs virtually October 1-3 and costs $25.
Digitorium is the Digital Humanities Conference hosted by the University of Alabama Libraries and the Alabama Digital Humanities Center. Digitorium encourages practitioners—faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students, and professionals—who work on digital projects to engage with other practitioners on the topics of digital research, methods, and pedagogy. While Digitorium was founded to showcase Digital Humanities, it does not exclude other disciplines. We learn best when in an interdisciplinary environment, and as such, we welcome practitioners from all fields. We encourage collaboration, discussion, and networking at Digitorium. Digitorium includes plenary sessions, workshops, and presentations focusing on digital methods and projects.
Plenary speakers include Dr. Lauren Klein (Emory University) and Dr. Whitney Pow (New York University).
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