Events

Renaissance Workshop, March 6

Please join the Renaissance Workshop Monday, March 6, as Sarah Kunjummen, PhD Candidate, English, presents the paper: “’Wrappe Myself in Dead Letters’: Textual Authority and Citational Practice in Early Seventeenth-Century Sermons”, a digital humanities project. Light refreshments will be served.

For more information, visit the Renaissance Workshop.

March 6, 2017
5pm
Rosenwald 405

 

DH Forum, December 2

The next meeting of the DH Forum will feature Elizabeth Hopwood, Instructor in Digital Humanities and Textual Studies, Loyola University Chicago.

A three-year project supported by Yale University and the Mellon Foundation, the Ten Thousand Rooms Project aims to create an online workspace for enabling collaborative research on pre-modern Chinese sources. In this talk, Prof. Hunter will introduce and demonstrate the platform in addition to discussing the challenges and potential of large-scale digital humanities projects.

DHCS 2016

The Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS) brings together researchers and scholars in the humanities and computer science to examine the current state of digital humanities as a field of intellectual inquiry and to identify and explore new directions and perspectives for future research. The 2016 conference will be held at the University of Illinois at Chicago November 12-13, with a keynote address from Geoffrey Rockwell of the University of Alberta.

See the Call for Papers.

Deadline Extension: DHCS 2016 Call for Papers

The Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science invites submissions for paper and poster presentations on topics related to the digital humanities, as well as computer science applications for humanities scholarship. 

Submit abstracts and a brief bio to the conference website. The submission deadline has been extended to September 26, 2016.

The 2016 conference will be held on November 12 and 13 at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Data Visualization Strategies and Digital Cartography (D3)

This workshop provides a theoretical and practical introduction to data visualization strategies based on the Data Driven Document (D3) platform (see the Gallery for sample projects). We will discuss best practices for graphic presentation of data in general, and then evaluate the capabilities of this new toolkit as we review the wide variety of data visualizations it makes possible, from simple graphs and charts to three-dimensional data projections and digital cartography.

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