February 19-20, 2019
As we are preparing for our May South Bend Digital Humanities Research Institute, we are thrilled to bring two established Digital Humanists to speak about their work with the Notre Dame University and Saint Mary’s College communities.
February 19, 2019: Brandon Locke will give a talk titled, “The Path of Most Resistance: Embracing ‘Messy’ Humanities Data and Unpolished Projects.” This talk will take place from 5-6:15pm in the Scholars Lounge in the Hesburgh Library (the University of Notre Dame).
February 20, 2019: Brandon Locke, Elizabeth Hopwood, and Mark Graves will participate in a round table on the ethics of data collection and labor in DH projects. This event will take place from 12-1:30pm in the Scholars Lounge in the Hesburgh Library (the University of Notre Dame). If you would like to attend, registrations are strongly encouraged.
February 20, 2019: Elizabeth Hopwood will give a talk titled, “Slow Work and STEAHMpunk: Instructional Design in Digital Humanities.” This talk will take place from 4-5:15pm in the Mother Pauline Room in the Cushwa-Leighton Library (Saint Mary’s College).