Digital Humanities Speaker Series
Created in Spring 2012, the Digital Humanities Speaker Series brings in teacher/scholars working in Digital Humanities and new media. At its core, Digital Humanities is interdisciplinary, uniting scholars from literature, rhetoric & composition, history, geography, linguistics and more with scholars from computer science, information science. In addition, archivists and curators in museums, libraries, special collections, and professional societies can be found working on DH projects.
Our goal for the series is to invite scholars who can speak to growing trends and concerns in the Digital Humanities, linking our TCU community with the field at large.
Matthew Jockers, Associate Dean for Research and Global Engagement in the College of Arts & Sciences and an Associate Professor of English at the University of Nebraska and Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities and Director of the Nebraska Literary Lab.
“Perspectives on Digital Humanities”: Friday, September 8, 12:00-1:00 pm
Laura Mandell, professor of English at Texas A&M and director of the of the Initiative for Digital Humanities and Culture.
“Digital Humanities Professional Challenges and Institutions”: Friday, September 15, 1:00-2:00 pm
“‘You’ll be a Guinea Pig’: Perspectives from an Institution’s First Digital Humanities Hire”: Friday, September 22, 12:00-1:00 pm
Mark Algee-Hewitt, Associate Professor of English at Stanford University and co-associate research director of the Stanford Literary Lab, where he bring his interests in quantitative analysis, digital humanities and eighteenth-century literature to bear on a number of new collaborative projects.
“Suspense: Towards a Digital Narratology”: Friday, September 29, 12:00-1:00 pm
Dino Felluga, Professor at Purdue University and Chair of the Executive Council for the North American Victorian Studies Association.
“The COVE and SHORE: Responding to the Crisis Facing the Humanities”: Thursday, November 2, 4:30-6:00 pm, Location TBA
Hosted by the British Studies Interest Group (English Department)
In Spring 2015, the DH Speaker Series took the form of a THAT Camp: Feminisms. For more information click here: THAT Camp Feminisms.
Dave Parry, Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas, home of Texas’ only comprehensive degree-granting program designed to explore and foster the convergence of computer science and engineering with the creative arts and the humanities.
Jailbreaking Scholarship: Friday, February 22, 2013 (11:30-1:00pm), Scharbauer 4015
Followed by a discussion of:
Knowledge Cartels versus Knowledge Rights: 1-2:30 pm, Scharbauer 2003 (NMWS)
Hosted by the Rhetoric and Composition Reading Group (English Department).
Scholarly & Sexy: New Media in the Humanities
Friday, April 13, 2012 (1:00 to 3:00)