The 2023 Miami Digital Humanities Forum
320 King Library, Friday, April 28, 3:30pm-5pm
3:30-4:30 pm - Panel presentation and Q&A
4:30-5pm - Reception
Damon Scott, Assistant Professor, Geography and American Studies
"Research Notes on GIScience and the Queer History of the San Francisco Waterfront"
Rosemary Pennington, Associate Professor, Media, Journalism and Film
"Teaching Journalistic Verification in the Digital Age"
Jazma Sutton, Assistant Professor, History
“The Black Midwest and DH: A Class Perspective”
Heidi McKee, Professor, English
“Fostering Students' Critical Engagement with and Productive Use of AI Writing Systems”
Each year, the Miami University Digital Humanities Forum brings 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.
If you have questions or suggestions about the forum please email Mark Dahlquist (email@example.com) or Katie Gibson (firstname.lastname@example.org).