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Practice your presentation on 2/28!

Drop by the Library Digital Humanities Center (lower level of the Library Dome - LA 61) on Wednesday, February 28th and Thursday, March 1st from 10 am to 3 pm to practice your SRS presentation.  Record your oral presentation in the practice presentation room (bring a blank 4GB, or larger, flash drive), or display the electronic draft of your poster on a large screen, see how it looks and get feedback.

Krystal Howard Talk

Tues, 2/27 @ 2 pm in Room LL430.

Krystal Howard Talk

Public, Oral, and Digital (P.O.D.) History Series Kick-Off Panel

This will be the kick-off event for a series dedicated to exposing the student body to public, oral, and digital history methods partnered with the USC Shoah Foundation and SDSU faculty. This panel will be followed by a space-available workshop on the use of digital oral history archives for research and for use in the classroom, hosted by Phi Alpha Theta and conducted by the USC Shoah Foundation.

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group

The Faculty Research Group studies research in digital humanities but also works on creating our own. We meet once a month in the Digital Humanities Center (LA 61) to learn collaboratively and collectively about digital humanities research, tools, methods, and teaching.  

Digital Humanities Faculty Reading Group

The Faculty Research Group studies research in digital humanities but also works on creating our own. We meet once a month in the Digital Humanities Center (LA 61) to learn collaboratively and collectively about digital humanities research, tools, methods, and teaching. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to digitalhumanities@sdsu.edu if you plan to attend.

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group: Digital Children's Literature

DH Faculty Research Group: Digital Children's Literature - a talk by writer and scholar Mark C. Marino (USC)
 

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group

DH@SDSU is restarting our monthly discussion group, wherein we read and discuss recent scholarship in the field of digital humanities over a yummy lunch. Our first meeting is February 5. Each month we will meet in our new DH Center in Love Library (LA 61), from 12-1, and lunch will be served. Feel free to come to any and all meetings, and invite your colleagues and top graduate students.

The dates for this semester's discussions are as follows: 2/5, 3/5, 4/2, 5/7

Digital Humanities Coffee Klatch and Open Work Session

SDSU faculty, staff, and students are invited to the Digital Humanities Center (Library Addition 61) for coffee and informal conversation. Our monthly coffee klatches feature light refreshments and a chance to meet folks interested in the digital humanities. Or grab a snack and participate in the open work session, focusing on your own digital project side by side with other DHers. All SDSU folks are welcome to attend, regardless of your engagement with the digital. For more information, contact Pam Lach: plach@sdsu.edu.

Digital Humanities Coffee Klatch and Open Work Session

SDSU faculty, staff, and students are invited to the Digital Humanities Center (Library Addition 61) for coffee and informal conversation. Our monthly coffee klatches feature light refreshments and a chance to meet folks interested in the digital humanities. Or grab a snack and participate in the open work session, focusing on your own digital project side by side with other DHers. All SDSU folks are welcome to attend, regardless of your engagement with the digital. For more information, contact Pam Lach: plach@sdsu.edu.
 

Dr. Aino-Kaisa Koistinen Lecture

Today @ 3:30 pm in the DH Center.

Koistinen Lecture

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