EVENT: Conference: Resources and Visibility in the Digital Humanities

The Digital Humanities Initiative at the University of Illinois at Chicago is hosting their inaugural conference, “Resources and Visibility in the Digital Humanities,”  to take place online October 22 though 23, 2020.

The conference, which “will gather an exciting range of speakers across the disciplines to discuss the place of race, class, and sexuality in digital humanities and to debate the state and future of DH” was initially planned as an in-person in April. The updated conference schedule and registration can be found on their website.


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