OPPORTUNITY: Dream Lab 2023

Registration for Dream Lab 2023 is now open. Organized by the Price Lab for Digital Humanities and the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, this week-long digital humanities training opportunity is designed for “graduate students and early-stage scholars aspiring to be teaching faculty, research librarians, museum professionals, and archivists.”

Courses include:

Advocating for Community: Data Collection and Visualization, Dr. Jennifer Garcon, Cassandra Hradil, and Emily Esten

Black Speculative Digital Arts and Humanities, Dr. Michael Burns & Dr. Clay Colmon

Creative Coding, Dr. Mark Sample

Digital Humanities in the Classroom, Dorothy Berry & Roberto Vargas

Digital Surrogates, Dot Porter

East Asian Studies and Digital Humanities, Dr. Paula R. Curtis & Dr. Paul Vierthaler

Humanities Mapping, Dr. Andrew Janco

Nuts and Bolts of DH Project Development, Kayla Abner & Lauren Cooper

Text Analysis, Dr. J.D. Porter

Registration links are found at the top of each course page.

Registration costs: $400 Early-Bird Student, $500 Early-Bird Non-Student (through May 4).


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This post was produced through a cooperation between Kayla Abner, Tierney Gleason, Corinne Guimont, Lorena O'English, Soni Wadhwa (Editors-at-large for the week), Claudia Berger and Pamella Lach (Editors for the week), Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Linsey Ford, Hillary Richardson, John Russell, and Rachel Starry (dh+lib Review Editors).