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Elizabeth Losh, "Hashtag Histories"

Today @ 4 pm in the DH Center.

Kick-Off Event

Digital Storytelling through Photography

Digital Storytelling through Photography: Peggy Peattie’s “Tales of the Street San Diego”  

Online Literary Reviews Showcase

Presentations of Volume Two of online literary reviews created by students in ENGL 576A, "Creative Publishing & Editing."

Location: DH Center, LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

Online Literary Reviews Launch

Presentations of online literary reviews created by students in ENGL 576A, "Creative Publishing & Editing."

Location: DH Center, LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

Jon Callow: Words About Words and Pictures

Today @ 4 pm in the DH Center.

Jon Callow Talk

Digital Humanities Mini Showcase

Join DH@SDSU for a mini digital humanities showcase featuring student projects from ENGL 562: Digital Methods for the Humanities and HIST 496A: Introduction to Digital History

Location: Digital Humanities Center - LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

Digital Humanities Mini Showcase

Join DH@SDSU for a mini digital humanities showcase featuring student projects from ENGL 562: Digital Methods for the Humanities and HIST 496A: Introduction to Digital History

Location: Digital Humanities Center - LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

Twine Workshop 9/14

Twine is a simple-to-use web-based platform for writing electronic literature and video games. It's fun and extremely easy to use--someone without any coding experience will be able to make a game in an hour. 

Bring your laptop and creativity. DH Center laptops will also be available for use.

Led by Kristin Herr (SDSU class of 2018). 

Location: Digital Humanities Center, LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

 

Twine Workshop 9/13

Twine is a simple-to-use web-based platform for writing electronic literature and video games. It's fun and extremely easy to use--someone without any coding experience will be able to make a game in an hour. 

Bring your laptop and creativity. DH Center laptops will also be available for use.

Led by Kristin Herr (SDSU class of 2018). 

New Models for Scholarly Publishing

"Documenting Human Rights Violations in 3D: New Models for Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Humanities"
Angel David Nieves, Associate Professor of History & Digital Humanities
 

Digital Humanities Center, LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

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