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Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group

The faculty research group is a reading group of DH@SDSU that serves as the central hub for building a research community around topic and questions related to Digital Humanities. Faculty from across the colleges meet once-a-month (and over lunch!) to discuss readings in the field of digital humanities. In the process, we are creating a cohort of research faculty interested in exploring how traditional humanities matter in and for our digital world.

Larry McCaffery Talk

Please join us on Wednesday, February 20, 2109 at 1 pm in Room LL-108 for a talk by Larry McCaffery. This talk is in conjunction with our exhibit Death of the Death of the Novel: The Larry McCaffery Archive.

The event is free and open to all.

 

Mark Z. Danielewski

Award-winning author Mark Z. Danielewski comes to San Diego State this Spring as part of the programming for the Library's exhibit Death of the Death of the Novel: the Larry McCaffery Archive. Danielewski is the author of the bestselling novel House of Leaves, National Book Award finalist Only Revolutions, and the novella The Fifty Year Sword.

Federal Data Impacted by Government Shutdown

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Working with data from the federal government? Find out about gaps and delays in data collection.

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Spring Hours

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The Library's spring hours start on Tues, 1/22!

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Corinne Goria Reading

Wed, 2/20 @ 7 pm in Room LL430.

Goria Reading

Marilyn Chin Reading

Wed, 5/1 @ 7 pm in Room LL430.

Chin Reading

Bill Luvaas Reading

Wed, 4/24 @ 7 pm in Room LL430.

Luvaas Reading

Ellen Dore Watson Reading

Wed, 4/10 @ 7 pm in Room LL430.

 

Watson Reading

Peg and Robert Boyers Reading

Wed, 3/13 @ 7 pm in Room LL430.

Boyers Reading

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