About the Forum
With support from the Humanities Division, this forum brings together faculty and graduate students from across the campus to discuss the latest in digital methods. Speakers come from both the UC and outside the university to discuss state-of-the-art research in the field and to help begin a broader conversation about what the digital can bring to humanistic inquiry. The talks are open to the public and lunch is provided. View the schedule here. For announcements about upcoming talks and other related events, please sign up for the mailing list.
Hoyt Long, Associate Professor of Japanese Literature, East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Jeffrey Tharsen, Computational Scientist, Research Computing Center
Carmen Caswell, Digital Humanities Research Liaison, Humanities Computing