The 12th annual meeting of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS) will be hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology on November 17-19, 2017. Deadline to submit a proposal for a paper, talk, or panel has been extended to August 20th.
This gathering of distinguished general editors and editors of scholarly editions of the works of some of the major figures in Modernist literature will be the first of its kind. September 28th and 29th in the Information Commons, 4th Floor.
Graduate students Kate Johnson, Marie Pellissier, and Kelly Schmidt collaborated with PhD student Will Fenton's project "Digital Paxton: A Digital Archive and Critical Edition Edition about the Paxton Pamphlet War" to create pedagogical tools for the site.
This summer, a CTSDH grant enabled School of Communication undergraduate research assistant Alexandra Runnion to explore the growing field of biometric identity technologies and their broader implication on our modern lives.
"My training and research in the digital humanities has taught me to think differently, more expansively, more carefully about the possibilities of the digital in humanistic inquiry, the form and function of literary studies, and the role that it can play within and beyond the classroom," Elizabeth Hopwood writes in a recent article by four early-career scholars who work at the intersection of early American studies and the digital humanities.
The Women and Leadership Archives has launched a new digital exhibit, Women and Labor: The Story of Mollie West. The CTSDH is pleased to be one of the supporters of this digital resource exploring the contributions of women in the labor movement over the 20th century.