[Humanist] 31.214 events: HASTAC 2017; Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 214.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Francesco Borghesi <francesco.borghesi at sydney.edu.au>     (39)
        Subject: Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group: Program of Events
                for Semester 2, 2017

  [2]   From:    HASTAC <website at hastac.org>                               (35)
        Subject: Early Bird Registration HASTAC 2017: "The Possible Worlds of
                Digital Humanities," Orlando, FL Nov 3-4 (Note: DATE
                CORRECTION)


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        Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2017 10:16:05 +0000
        From: Francesco Borghesi <francesco.borghesi at sydney.edu.au>
        Subject: Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group: Program of Events for Semester 2, 2017


Dear All,

I am writing to inform you of what is being planned for the second semester of activities of the Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group (SDHRG).
Please see the program of events below, under my signature; further details on each event can be viewed on our website:
 http://sydney.edu.au/intellectual-history/sdh/index.shtml,
and those that are not yet there will be made available in due course.
I hope you will find them of interest.

All the best,
Francesco Borghesi

Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group
Semester 2, 2017 Program:

Seminar
- Tuesday, 8 August, 3pm
Andrew Hugill, Bath Spa University
Digital Humanities: A Transdisciplinary Perspective

Seminar
- Friday, 18 August, 3pm
Roland Fletcher
Angkor in the Age of Digital Data

Seminar
- Monday, 21 August, 9-11am
Showcasing FASS Digital Humanities Projects: A Meeting with Our Research Management (a tentative list includes: Annamarie Jagose, Duncan Ivison, Richard Miles, Alan McConnell, Lee Wallace, Nick Enfield)

Seminar
- Friday, 8 September, 3pm
Linda Barwick, University of Sydney
Perils for Young Guinea-Pigs

Seminar
- Friday, 6 October, 3pm
Simon Burrows, Western Sydney University
Towards a Digital History of Print Culture: From FBTEE to Global Book Trade Project

Seminar
- Friday, 3 November, 3pm
Monika Bednarek, University of Sydney
Equipping students with digital tools for the humanities – with a focus on text analysis

Workshop
- Wednesday-Friday, 22-24 November
“Virtual Humanities Lab: Looking Ahead" (Francesco Borghesi with Massimo Riva, Brown University, and Dino Buzzetti, University of Bologna)

Workshop
- Monday-Wednesday, 4-6 December
"Digital Archives, Critical Editions" (Mark Byron with Dirk van Hulle, University of Antwerp)



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        Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2017 18:26:00 +0000
        From: HASTAC <website at hastac.org>
        Subject: Early Bird Registration HASTAC 2017: "The Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities," Orlando, FL Nov 3-4 (Note: DATE CORRECTION)


Early Bird Registration for HASTAC 2017: 
"The Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities," 
Orlando, FL – Nov 3-4
------------------------------------------------------------

Dear Friends,

We are very excited about HASTAC 2017: The Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities (http://hastac.us9.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=de55144f8e3d2c11c5d286aec&id=baa8e87a5f&e=ee81e5f80a) , in Orlando FL, Friday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 4, with the HASTAC Scholars Un-Conference scheduled for the night before, Thursday, Nov. 2, 7-10 pm (and open to the public). Please note the DATE CORRECTION.

Early Bird Registration 
(http://hastac.us9.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=de55144f8e3d2c11c5d286aec&id=80818c88e7&e=ee81e5f80a)  ends Sept. 1. 
You can click on the link provided or use this url: http://hastac.us9.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=de55144f8e3d2c11c5d286aec&id=1ae20b066f&e=ee81e5f80a

Special thanks to the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium, the Program Committee, and especially Bruce Janz and Amy Giroux for their hard work, dedication, and creativity. If you have any questions about registration or programming please contact Bruce and Amy at chdr at ucf.edu (mailto:chdr at ucf.edu) .

Below you will also find the schedule template for a conference that looks ahead to better, more inclusive, diverse, and imaginative futures for technology, humanities, society, higher education, and DH.

** HASTAC 2017: The Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities
------------------------------------------------------------

Thursday, 2 November 2017
(Registration and set up for posters, demos, exhibits, etc, will also start on Thurs. Nov 2.  Time TBD)

4:00pm-6:00pm: Steering Committee Meeting (not open to the public)
6:00pm-7:00pm: Light refreshments and Hangout (for Steering Committee and HASTAC Scholars)
7:00pm-10:00pm: HASTAC Scholars UnConference  (open to the public)

Friday, 3 November 2017

7:00am-8:00am: Breakfast (included in registration costs)
8:15am-8:30am: Welcoming Remarks
8:30am-9:45am: Opening Plenary Panel: Tressie McMillan Cottom, Purdom Lindblad, Anastasia Salter, and T-Kay Sangwand
10:00am-12:15pm: Sessions
12:15pm-1:30pm: Hot Buffet Lunch (included in registration costs)
1:45pm-5:30pm: Sessions
7:30pm-10:00pm: Reception

Saturday, 4 November 2017

7:00am-8:00am: Breakfast (included in registration costs)
8:15am-12:00pm: Sessions
12:00pm-1:30pm: Hot Buffet Lunch (included in registration costs)
1:45pm-4:00pm: Sessions
4:15pm-5:45pm: Closing Plenary and Closing Remarks: Cathy N. Davidson, The New Education

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!

Sincerely,
HASTAC Team





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