HASTAC Scholars report on the work happening on their campuses and in their region to an international audience by blogging, tweeting, vlogging, podcasting and other forms of networking with the online HASTAC community and with their local communities. The HASTAC Scholars also orchestrate a regular discussion forum here on the HASTAC web site. Open to all, these expansive forums initiate rich insights and deep exchanges on timely issues related to digital media and learning and the digital humanities more broadly.
Scholar Class 2011
For its twenty-first issue, InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture invites scholarly articles and creative works that address the topic of pursuit . We encourage authors and artists to reflect on the meaning and mechanics of pursuit across broad ranging phenomena. This term is...United Kingdom
My institution will be holding a digital humanities event called "Decoding the Digital" this coming fall. The dates will be likely on September 12-14. We are bringing a mix of academia and industry insiders, some of them are familiar faces for the HASTAC community like Lisa Nakamura, Anne Balsamo,...Rochester, NY 14627United States
If you guys are around NYC on May 31-June 2, I would encourage you to come to this conference: It should be a fun event. A lot of interesting scholars will be there including Wendy Chun, Lisa Nakamura, Jennifer Gonzalez, Tara McPherson, and Dean Chan. Here are the latest program from the committee...United States
Topic:Sorry for x-posting! CFP: Race and the Digital Humanities (MLA13 Special Session Proposal) This MLA special session panel will focus on discussions of race, ethnicity and access within the digital humanities. Scholars such as Alan Liu, Tara McPherson and Lisa Nakamura have argued that...United Kingdom