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Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series Unveils Fall Schedule

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An impressive slate of writers will be appearing at the SDSU Library during the fall 2018 Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series.

Fall Lineup

Library Tip: Research Guides

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Our research guides can help you find books and articles on topics in your major. 

Research Guides

April Wilder and Blas Falconer Reading

Tonight @ 7 pm in Room LL430.

Wilder & Falconer Reading

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

Closed for Labor Day

we are closed Mon, 9/3 for Labor Day

You can still access many of our resources remotely! And we'll re-open at 7 am Tues. 

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)

 

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