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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Digital Humanities Research Institute: Further Expanding Communities of Digital Humanities Practice

March 2 2020
Jobs and Fellowships
Do you want to become a DHRI Community Leader? Apply now and join us from June 15-24, 2020. You are invited to apply for the second Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI) , which will take place at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. This ten-day institute will introduce...
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Introduction to Participatory Design

Introduction to Participatory Design

February 21 2020
Event
In this webinar, we will discuss Participatory Design as a way of conducting research and action projects. Participatory Design is a creative field driven by the interactions between researchers and users of technology, who come together to explore, envision and craft technology-enabled systems,...
Being a Scholar in Public

Being a Scholar in Public

February 13 2020
Event
On Thursday, February 13, from 12pm to 1pm at The Graduate Center (Room 3317), FI Fellow Siqi Tu will be joined by FI Co-director Katina Rogers, FI Fellow Cihan Tekay and English PhD Student Robert Yates to explore the intersection of scholarly work and public engagement. The discussion will be...
365 fifth ave
Room 3317
New York, NY 10016
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Name of the fellowship

Michigan Humanities Emerging Research Scholars Program (MICHHERS)

June 7 2020 to June 20 2020
Jobs and Fellowships
The University of Michigan invites outstanding individuals to apply for the Michigan Humanities Emerging Research Scholars Program (MICHHERS). This program is designed to encourage rising seniors, recent B.A.s and terminal master’s students from diverse cultural, economic, geographic, and ethnic...
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What is ? Information

CFP: What is Information? (2020) *Deadline Extended to January 31st!

April 30 2020 to May 2 2020
Call for Papers
WHAT IS INFORMATION? CONFERENCE-EXPERIENCE APRIL 30–MAY 2, 2020 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON PORTLAND What is Information? (2020) will investigate conceptualizations and implementations of information via material, representational, and hybrid frames. The conference-experience will consider information and...
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HILT2020: May 18-22 at the University of Nebraska Lincoln

May 18 2020 to May 22 2020
Event
The Humanities Intensive Learning & Teaching Institute (HILT) is delighted to announce registration for our 2020 Institute is now open. HILT2020 is hosted by the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska Lincoln, May 18-22, 2020. Courses for HILT2020 are: Anti-...
Lincoln, NE
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HASTAC Scholars Forums

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

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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.