EVENT: Immersive Scholar Symposium: Data, Surveillance, and Privacy (NC State)

The NC State University Libraries, with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will host a virtual mini-symposium about surveillance architecture, the attention economy, and data privacy in online spaces. The symposium will be the conclusion of a creative residency with Sneakaway Studio’s Joelle Dietrick and Owen Mundy, where they adapted their browser-based game Tally Saves the Internet into ...

EVENT: Digital Humanities Conference on Collaboration (UBC-V)

Sponsored by the University of British Columbia Vancouver (UBC-V) Public Humanities Hub, the lab’s inaugural Digital Humanities Conference will take place virtually from 28-31 October 2020, and will be centered on the theme of Collaboration: Collaborations of one kind or another are at the heart of most digital humanities projects: collaborations between researchers, between disciplines, ...

EVENT: Data Practices Conference (Stanford University)

Hosted by Giovanna Ceserani, Chiara Sabatti, and Nicole Coleman at Stanford University, the “Data Practices” conference will take place 2 October 2020, and aims to address, “how data science, digital humanities, and libraries address sources, methods, and meaning.” The conference will feature three plenary talks on 2 October from thought leaders in data science, the ...

EVENT: Spectrums of DH at McGill University

Digital Humanities at McGill has announced a virtual speaker series, Spectrums of DH. Inspired by Professor Stéfan Sinclair’s legacy of DH Initiatives, the series features talks from renowned DH scholars and researchers from around the world. All events are free and open to the public via Zoom. The series will run from September 17th, 2020 through ...

EVENT: Silences in the LAMS: Digital Surrogacy in the Time of Pandemic

The Historical Medical Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, in conjunction with the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries and the University of Pennsylvania, will host a virtual symposium, Silences in the LAMS: Digital Surrogacy in the Time of Pandemic, on Monday, October 12, 2020 from 1-4pm EDT. The event will be ...

EVENT: Digitorium, Registration Open

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 ...

EVENT: Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium

The Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium (#claps2020) is currently underway. Hosted by the University of Arizona Libraries, and running from September 1-17, the online symposium features a range of free events, from keynote talks to flipped discussions and social events. “Critical pedagogy recognizes that education is shaped by outside political and economic forces, often to ...

EVENT: Global Digital Humanities Symposium Registration Open

The Global Digital Humanities Symposium will take place on March 26-27, 2020 in the Main Library at Michigan State University. Attendance is free with advanced registration. The deadline for registration is March 13, 2020. The event will be livestreamed, and conversation about the symposium is encouraged at #msuglobaldh on Twitter. This two-day event features keynote ...

EVENT: Digital Initiatives Symposium at University of San Diego

Registration is now open for Digital Initiatives Symposium 2020, hosted by the University of San Diego’s Copley Library. The event will take place on April 27-28 and will feature presentations on a variety of topics, such as Mapping Manuscript Migrations: Building and Using a Linked Open Data Environment for Medieval and Renaissance Manuscript Studies, Supporting ...

EVENT: Connecting Collections as Data, May 2020

The Library of Congress Labs will be hosting “Connecting Collections as Data: Transforming Communities, Sharing Knowledge, and Building Networks with International GLAM Labs,” in Washington, DC, 4-6 May 2020. The two-day event aims to “connect with the active and robust digital library, digital scholarship, digital humanities, and collections as data communities active across North America ...

EVENT: Centering Art History & Visual Culture in the Digital Humanities

A Symposium Celebrating 10 Years of the Wired! Lab will be hosted by Duke University on October 17-18, 2019. This conference will highlight the analysis of spatial problems through computational methods and digital visualization, focusing on the contributions of art historians and visual culture scholars. The event is intended to spark conversations on spatial and ...