On November 2, the first Miami University Digital Humanities Forum brought together members of the Miami community to share perspectives and build community around the digital humanities. Sponsored by the Miami Libraries and the Humanities Center the forum embraced a wide range of digital approaches to the questions traditionally associated with inquiry in the humanities.
If you weren't able to join us in 2020, . We hope to see you next year!
2020 Forum Schedule
9:00-9:55 Research and Digital Humanities
James Bielo (Anthropology), “Collaboration and Creativity in Faculty-Student Research: Reflections from Materializing the Bible”
Collin Jennings (English), "At One View: Comprehensive Perspectives in Old and New Media"
Elizabeth Keslacy (Architecture + Interior Design), “Arcbazar and the Ethics of Crowdsourcing Architecture
10:00-10:25 Discussion and Introductions Room
This informal 25-minute discussion between our two panel sessions will offer participants an opportunity to discuss digital humanities at Miami.
10:30-11:25 Instruction and Digital Humanities
Philippe Giabbanelli (Computer Science and Software Engineering), "Collaborations in Machine Learning and Digital Humanities"
Jessica McCarty (Geography), “Digitizing the Anthropocene"
Adam Strantz (English), "Data Visualization as Inquiry/Invention in the Digital Humanities"
If you have questions about the Miami University Digital Humanities Forum, please contact:
Mark Dahlquist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian
Katie Gibson (email@example.com)