Directions in Digital Humanities

    directions in digital humanities


    The Digital Humanities Research Cluster is a community of Faculty, Students, and Staff engaged in using technology to define new modes of Humanities research, analysis, publication, teaching and learning. We host ongoing and special events, including a lecture series, hands-on workshops, and reading groups.

    Through these events, we engage with new trends in the field of research and teaching and envision the future of Digital Humanities at UCSC. Together, we will inform, support, and enrich current individual Digital Humanities projects and foster new ones.

    Learn more about Digital Humanities at UCSC online and join the mailing list for up to date news.

    Digital Exhibit Building Symposium

    April 19, 2017: Undergraduate Digital Research Symposium

    March 8, 2017: Alan Craig: “VR, AR, and the Brain: Teaching, Learning, and Research With Virtual and Augmented Reality”

    February 22, 2017: Digital Space & Difficult History: Curating The African American and Holocaust Museums

    February 21, 2017: Digital Humanities Happy Hour

    February 2, 2017: Angel Nieves: 3D Modeling and the Soweto Historic GIS project

    November 28, 2016: Spatial Humanities & Digital Humanities Reading Group: Enchanting the Desert

    November 4, 2016: Graduate Student Workshop with Yoh Kawano

    October 25, 2016: Digital Research Happy Hour

    September 14, 2016Digital Exhibit Building Symposium

    May 25, 2016: Digital Pedagody Round Table

    May 3, 2016: Designing Digital Scholarship: Art, Feminism + the Digital Humanities

    December 2, 2015: Digital Humanities Reading Group

    November 13, 2015: Workshop with Miriam Posner: “How Did They Make That?”

    May 19, 2015: Digital Humanities Working Group/Reading Group

    May 11, 2015: Digital Humanities Working Group/Work-in-Progress: Fabiola Hanna, We Are History

    May 7, 2015: Working in Omeka: Building a Community of Users

    May 6, 2015: Patrick Murray-John: “Latent Data: How, Where, And Why (Digital) Humanists Discovery Data Hidden In Plain Sight”

    April 29, 2015: Digital Humanities Working Group/Digital Pedagogy

    April 23, 2015: Twitter 101 with Melissa De Witte

    April 6, 2015: The Devil is the Detective Work: Researching and REconstructing Cultural Heritage Sites with Special Emphasis on the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893

    March 11, 2015: DH Working Group Meeting / Reading Group

    March 4, 2015: Antonella Guidazzoli, “Open Virtual Heritage Applications: From Research Tools to Emotional and Participatory Virtual Spaces”

    February 17, 2015: Digital Happy Hour

    February 11, 2015: DH Working Group Meeting / Digital Pedagogy Session

    January 29, 2015: Brown Bag Lunch: Building a Better Online Identity

    January 14, 2015: DH Working Group Meeting / Works in Progress Session

    December 4, 2014: Digital Happy Hour

    November 12, 2014: Michael Ashley: “Mukurtu CMS: Differential Access for the Ethical Stewardship of Cultural and Digital Heritage”

    November 5, 2014: Digital Humanities Working Group and Opening Reception

    October 29, 2014: “Digital is not a Dirty Word” – Digital Humanities Graduate Student Open House

    October 22, 2014: Rachel Deblinger: “Making Memories/Motifs: Holocaust Memory & the Unexpected Inspiration of Digital Humanities”

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