Digital Humanities Center Events
About our Events
Our events and programs continue to center care for our community by providing a range of in-person, hybrid, and fully virtual modalities. Recordings of most of our virtual and hyrbid events are posted to the DH Initiative YouTube Channel for asynchronous engagement. You can also catch up on anything you missed from Fall 2020 through Spring 2023 at our Teaching Beyond Quarantine website.
Fall 2023 Highlights
Fall 2023 features a range of events, including monthly meetings of our "AI in the Classroom" Faculty Learning Community run in partnership with the Center for Teaching and Learning and Instructional Technology Services (no recordings available) and the re-boot of our popular virtual Podcasting Workshop Series, running September 29 through October 27. Each of the five podcasting workshops is available to watch at your convenience on the DH Initiative YouTube Channel.
Annual Digital Humanities Showcases
Our Digital Humanities Showcase is a celebratory exhibition of the creative-critical digital work happening at SDSU. All members of the SDSU community are invited to share their works at any stage of development, from initial design to completed project.
This year's annual Digital Humanities Showcase and Electronic Literature Competition will be held Friday, May 3, 2024 from 10am-12pm. Details about the annual E-Lit Competition will be shared soon.
Check out the compilation video of our 2023 Digital Humanities Showcase, created by Patrick Flanigan.
The Digital Humanities Center proudly launched several new virtual workshop series beginning in 2020-2021, including a five-part podcasting workshop series (re-booted in Fall 2023), a two-part ethical data workshop series, and a two-part digital humanities pedagogy workshop series. All workshop recordings are available on the DH@SDSU YouTube channel.
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