Digital Humanities Forum

A forum on the past, present, and future of digital humanities research at the University of Chicago and around the world.

Our Next Forum

Nov. 30th, 12:00-2:00pm

Minimal Computing for Maximum Impact

Stacie Williams, Director, Center for Digital Scholarship, University of Chicago Library

Digital humanities work presents us with two complications: the ephemerality of digital projects and how we consider access, in which most projects may only be viewed by people with access to not just computers but strong broadband infrastructure. Williams will discuss the concept of minimal computing and how can we use it to think critically and strategically about access to and long-term stewardship and preservation of digital humanities projects.

If you need any additional accommodations to participate in the Forum, please contact Carmen Caswell (caswellc@uchicago.edu).

Minimal Computing for Maximum Impact

Nov. 30, JRL-122, 12:00-2:00pm
Stacie Williams, Director, Center for Digital Scholarship, University of Chicago Library

THATCamp AHA-MLA

Over the years, THATCamps have been a place where humanities scholars learn about and exchange ideas for how to use technology for research and in the classroom. Projects have been conceived, connections made between scholars, and hundreds introduced to digital humanities in a relaxed, fun, and informal environment.

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