The Miami University Libraries Center for Digital Scholarship will be hosting a Digital Humanities Brown Bag series this Spring. In this series we will view three National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) webinars on topics related to Digital Humanities issues. Each webinar will be followed by a brief discussion. Faculty and graduate students are invited to this series. All sessions will be in King Library, Room 114. Please feel free to bring your lunch!
We will be having our first Digital Humanities Brown Bag series on February 14th from 12:30-2:00. This first brown bag will be the "Digital Scholarship Seminar: Implications of Data for the 21st-century Humanist" webinar. It will be a talk by Fred Gibbs, Assistant Professor of History at George Mason University and Director of Digital Scholarship at the Center for History and New Media, on the new challenges in adapting traditional research, dissemination, and teaching practices in digital humanities.
Please check out our Digital Humanities guide for more details. We hope you'll be able to join us!