You're invited to join the Miami Libraries and the Humanities Center in 320 King Library from 9:30-am to noon on Thursday April 7 for the 2022 Miami Digital Humanities Forum.
This event will bring together students and faculty from across the disciplines to consider how digital tools and methods can support research and teaching related to human culture and values.
There will be a reception at 10:30 between sessions, where DH-interested students and faculty can meet, socialize, and discuss potential and ongoing DH projects.
Session 1: Digital Humanities Research (9:30-10:20 AM)
Robbyn Abbitt, “Mapping Myaamia Landholdings Over Time: Using GIS to Help Tell a Story”
- “Re-Seeing Pedagogical Histories Through Interactive Digital Visualization”
Jason Palmeri (English)
- “The EMKONS (Early Modern Kyrgyz Oral-derived Narrative Sources) Collaborative”
Daniel Prior (History)
Event Reception (10:30-11:00 AM)
Session 2: Digital Humanities and Instruction (11-11:50 AM)
- “Rowan Hall Takeover and Mass Arrests: Case study of an AR Documentary”
Eric Hodgson (eTBD)
- “Multimodal Learning and Writing with Jupyter Labs”
Collin Jennings (English)
- "SourceNotes and the Question of Collaborative Research in the Humanities."
Andrew Offenburger (History)
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