HASTAC Scholars

The HASTAC Scholars fellowship program is an innovative student-driven community of graduate and undergraduate students. Each year, around 100 new Scholars are accepted into a new 2-year cohort of the program. Scholars come from dozens of disciplines and have been sponsored by over 200 colleges and universities—ranging from small liberal arts colleges to large Research 1 institutions. We are building a community of students working at the intersection of technology and the arts, humanities and sciences. As HASTAC Scholars, we write blog postsinterview leaders within the digital research and digital humanities fieldshost online forumsorganize events around the future of higher education; organize collaborative book reviews; and much more. Much of our work here centers around rethinking pedagogy, learning, research & academia for the digital age. Join us!

Selected Projects

Pedagogy Project Interview Collection

Collaborative Book Review of Structuring Equality

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Recent Content by HASTAC Scholars

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Humanities Intensive Learning & Teaching (HILT): June 3-7, 2019

June 3 2019 to June 7 2019
Event
The Humanities Intensive Teaching and Learning (HILT) Institute will be held June 3-7, 2019 on the campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana. Registration for HILT courses and housing will begin on November 6th. Confirmed special events will include excursions to Indianapolis cultural heritage...
IUPUI
Indianapolis, IN 46202
United States

Call for Participation in "Sustaining DH: An NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities"

November 5 2018
Event
Approximately a year following the conclusion of our first NEH Research and Development Grant, the Visual Media Workshop team at the University of Pittsburgh is embarking on its second NEH-funded project. The first grant was dedicated to running an extensive case study of Images of Medieval Art and...
United States
Equity, Health, and Learning: Social Determinants of Academic Success

Equity, Health, and Learning: Social Determinants of Academic Success

November 1 2018
Event
Join us on Nov 1 at The Graduate Center, CUNY for a collaborative discussion that will bring together students, faculty and administrators across CUNY to discuss challenges and opportunities that students face outside of the classroom that impact their success inside of the classroom including...
365 Fifth Avenue
Room 9204
New York, NY 10016
United States
{Queer|Digital}Texts

{Queer|Digital}Texts

October 24 2018
Event
Cody Mejeur and I will be moderating a Twitter Chat entitled {Queer|Digital}Texts . This dialogue will take place on October 24, 2018 at: 4 PM Eastern 3 PM Central 2 PM Mountain 1 PM Pacific. We will be using the hashtag #DigiQueer for this conversation. About This Event We invite writers,...

#BuildYourBRAND in the Digital World

November 13 2018
Event
Join students, small business owners, makers and artists, teachers and faculty, and non-profit organizations for this free event with lectures and workshops designed to help you build brand recognition and loyalty in the digital space with an emphasis on an affordable, do-it-yourself approach...
St. Francis College
180 Remsen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
United States
ACH 2019 CFP

ACH 2019 CFP

November 10 2018
Call for Papers
Call for Proposals: Association for Computers and the Humanities 2019 http://ach2019.ach.org/cfp/cfp-call-for-participation-en/ CFP available in Spanish | French Deadline: November 10, 2018 Submit a proposal: https://www.conftool.org/ach2019 The inaugural Association for Computers and the...
Pittsburgh, PA
United States

HASTAC Scholars Forums

Towards a Pedagogy of Equality: An Invitation to Participate #fight4edu

Forum / Educational & Cultural Institutions

Towards a Pedagogy of Equality: An Invitation to Participate #fight4edu

You are invited to join this student-led reading group, “Towards a Pedagogy of Equality.” This is the first of eight conversations as part of The University Worth Fighting For, a year-long project designed to tie student-centered, engaged practices in our classrooms to larger issues of institutional change, equality, race, gender, and all forms of social justice.