Month: November 2013

Talk by Tom Scheinfeldt on DH Project Management, Nov 25

Monday, November 25, 2013, 4:15-5:30pm. CUNY Graduate Center in the Skylight Room (9100) New York, NY Tom Scheinfeldt is Associate Professor of Digital Media and Design and Director of Digital Humanities in the Digital Media Center at the University of Connecticut. This

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New Media in History Symposium, Dec 5-6

December 5-6, 2013. Northeastern University Boston, MA “New Media in American Literary History Interdisciplinary Symposium” will attempt to bring together digital and traditional disciplinary work by employing methodologies such as text mining, topic modeling, digital curation, and network analysis. The

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THATCamp Jewish Studies, December 15

If you’re a scholar or student of Jewish Studies who is working with technology or who would like to learn more about how technology can support your scholarship and/or teaching, come to the second *THATCamp Jewish Studies in Boston, MA

“Automated Methods, Human Understanding, and Digital Libraries of Babel” with Gregory Crane

Wednesday, February 20, 5:15 pm.  MIT Building E14 Room 633 Massachusetts Institute of Technology  Cambridge, MA Gregory Crane is Chair of the Department of Classics at Tufts University, as well as an Adjunct Professor in Tufts’ Department of Computer Science.

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Ryan Cordell on Viral Textuality November 21, Westleyan

From the announcement: “Ryan Cordell, Assistant Professor of English at Northeastern University, will be coming to Wesleyan on Thursday, November 21st at 4:30 to give a talk on his work and share his perspective on digital scholarship. Ryan has routinely

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon Giving an Academic Seminar

Thursday, December 12, 2013, 5 p.m. Rare Book Room 1st floor Robert Goddard Library Clark University Worcester, MA Elizabeth M. Dillon is a professor of English at Northeastern University. She will be giving an academic seminar at Clark University for

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BibTeX and biber Worshop, Brandeis, November 14, noon

Farber Computer Cluster, Farber Library, November 14, 12-1 Taught by John Burt, Department of English Maintaining a bibliography can be a complicated and tedious task. BibTeX, and its younger cousin biber, are designed to simplify this task. With these tools

George Williams on Accessibility, November 14, Northeastern

George Williams (@georgeonline) will speak on “Accessibility in Digital Environments,” at the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks this Thursday (11/14) at 4pm. Details at

Curarium Preview at Harvard November 7, 6PM

Harvard metaLAB previews their new tool Curarium tonight at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall — Mezzanine & Room 522, 48 Quincy St., Cambridge, MA. From the announcement: Curarium is a collection of collections, an “animated archive,” designed to serve

“Can Participatory Maps Save the World?” with Jo Guldi, November 7

Event announcement: “Can Participatory Maps Save the World?” Jo Guldi Department of History Brown University 5:30pm Nov. 7, Digital Scholarship Lab, Rockefeller Library Brown University This public lecture is part of the series being presented in the Librariy’s Digital Scholarship