DIGITAL HUMANITIES READING GROUP
<<All welcome. No DH expertise or experience required. Attend one or all gatherings.>>
BETWEEN HUMANITIES AND THE DIGITAL
eds. Patrik Svensson and David Theo Goldberg
(MIT Press, 2015)
The Northwestern University Digital Humanities Laboratory invites those interested in this emerging field of interdisciplinary scholarship to join us for a three-part reading group. No previous digital humanities experience required. Books are available for free at the AKIH to interested faculty, students, and staff. Attend one or all discussions as your schedule and interests permit.
Friday, 4/22, 10 am—noon: Part II (pp. 173-328)
(with particular focus on Whitney Anne Trettien’s essay, “Circuit-Bending History” as she joins us next Friday, 4/29, noon-2 pm.)
Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, 1800 Sherman Ave. 1st Floor Seminar Room
Light refreshments, coffee, tea will be served.
Please email NUDHL co-convener Michael Kramer, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
Final reading group meeting: Friday, 5/27, 10 am—noon: Part III (pp. 329-506), held in the Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference Room, 1800 Sherman Avenue