Month: September 2013

Introduction to LaTeX October 9

John Burt of the English Department at Brandeis University will offer a one hour introduction to the LaTeX typesetting system in the Farber Library cluster at Brandeis University at noon on October 9. TeX is a compiled typesetting language for producing

ReMEDIAting Flusser November 1 – 3

The University of Connecticut invites us to the ReMEDIAting Flusser symposium, November 1 – 3. From the symposium web site: The ReMEDIAting Flusser symposium seeks to bring together scholars in media studies, art and cultural studies and international Flusser specialists to

Lisa Nakamura Workshop/”Exploring Race and Community in the Digital World”

Lisa Nakamura (Professor, Departments of American Cultures and Screen Arts and Cultures, University of Michigan ) skyped in to an audience gathered for the “Exploring Race and Community in the Digital World” workshop series sponsored by the African American Studies

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Do We Need Digital Scholarship? A Talk by Ed Ayers at Wellesley College

“Do We Need Digital Scholarship?” A presentation by Dr. Edward Ayers, President of the University of Richmond When: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 from 12:30-1:30 pm with a reception to follow Where: Lecture: Pendleton Hall West 212, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA Reception: Pendleton

Open Context with Eric Kansa, September 10, 5PM

The Harvard University Digital Arts and Humanities team ( announces a talk by Eric Kansa of UC Berkeley on the Open Context platform for puslishing open data in anthroplogy.  It will be held Tuesday, September 10, at 5pm in Harvard University