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Digital Humanities Virtual Book Talk: Andrea Righi

 

Professor Righi (Miami University of Ohio) will present his book The Other Side of the Digital: The Sacrificial Economy of New Media (University of Minnesota, 2021) exploring the contradictions of the digital world under neoliberalism. This event is co-sponsored with the Italian Program and the Department of European Studies.

Re-imagining DH@SDSU: A Conversation about Radical Design

DH Librarian and DH Center Director, Dr. Pam Lach, will facilitate a conversation that helps us imagine future possibilities for our community.

Register at https://teachdh.sdsu.edu/programming/ for Zoom link.

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool Refresher: Voyant

Brush up on your digital humanities tool skills with our DH Tool Refresher Series. These sessions will provide an informal overview of popular DH tools, led by DH Librarian, Dr. Pam Lach. In this session we'll review Voyant Tools, a browser-based tool for text analysis.

Register at https://teachdh.sdsu.edu/programming/ for Zoom link.

Digital Humanities Virtual Book Talk: Melody Jue: Wild Blue Media: Thinking Through Sea Water

Melody Jue (UCSB): Wild Blue Media: Thinking Through Sea Water (Duke University Press, 2020)

Digital Humanities Tool Refresher: Onodo

Brush up on your digital humanities tool skills with our DH Tool Refresher Series. These sessions will provide an informal overview of popular DH tools, led by DH Librarian, Dr. Pam Lach. In this session, we'll review Onodo, a browser-based tool for creating network graphs.

Register at https://teachdh.sdsu.edu/programming/ for Zoom link.

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool Refresher: StoryMapJS

Brush up on your digital humanities tool skills with our DH Tool Refresher Series. These sessions will provide an informal overview of popular DH tools, led by DH Librarian, Dr. Pam Lach. In this session, we'll review StoryMapJS, a browser-based tool for creating maps.

Register at https://teachdh.sdsu.edu/programming/ for Zoom link.

Digital Humanities Virtual Book Talk: Roopika Risam

Professor Roopika Risam's work pushes DH to address the politics of race, colonialism, globalism, and ethics.

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool Refresher: TimelineJS

Brush up on your digital humanities tool skills with our DH Tool Refresher Series. These sessions will provide an informal overview of popular DH tools, led by DH Librarian, Dr. Pam Lach. In this session, we'll review TimelineJS, a browser-based timeline builder that runs off of Google Spreadsheets.

Register at https://teachdh.sdsu.edu/programming/ for Zoom link.

Fall 2021 Living Writers Series

Photos of Fall 2021 Living Writers Series speakers

Check out the schedule for all our upcoming events in the Living Writers Series!

Living Writers Series

Student Mural

1587 Mural

Please stop by the 24/7 Study Area to view the recently completed student mural,1587.

Student Mural

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