Spring 2023 Schedule

We will return to hybrid presentations this semester with Zoom-only sessions noted in the event details. All presentations are broadcast live via Zoom, whether the presenter is in-person or online. Most presentations will be in-person at the Herman B Wells Library, Hazelbaker Hall (room E159).  

Please visit the link to register for the event. Zoom details will be provided as part of registration confirmation.


January 18, 2023 (In-Person & Zoom)

Updates from HathiTrust Research Center: (Some of) What We’re Working On 

Ryan Dubnicek, HathiTrust Research Center

 

February 1, 2023 (Zoom-Only)

Tool Design as Digital Humanities Research

Dr. Kalani Craig, History, Indiana University Bloomington

 

February 8, 2023 (In-Person & Zoom)

From Plants to Glaciers: Mapping and Photographing Russian Imperial Borderlands

Dr. Tatiana Saburova, History, Indiana University Bloomington

 

February 22, 2023 (In-Person & Zoom)

Digitizing Bronzeville: A Digital Project Examining Housing and Urban Community

Brandon Stokes, African American and African Diaspora Studies, Indiana University Bloomington

 

March 8, 2023 (Zoom-Only)

A Philosophical Journey on the Map: Constructing a Geospatial Bio-bibliography of Ibn Sīnā (Avicenna)

Pouyan Shahidi, Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures / History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine, Indiana University Bloomington

 

March 29, 2023 (In-Person & Zoom)

Transforming Ivory Carvings into Archives of Global Environmental History: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Dr. Jonathan Schlesinger, History, Indiana University Bloomington

 

April 12, 2023 (In-Person & Zoom)

Expanding the Boundaries of the Archive: Descendant Communities, Memory-Keeping, and Digital History (hosted by the Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities as part of the [Re]Connecting: Media and Memory-Making Speaker Series)

Dr. Jazma Sutton, African American History, Miami University

April 26, 2023 (Zoom-Only)

The Cosmopolitans: The Institute of International Education from Liberal Internationalism to Neoliberal Globalization (1919–2003)

Elizabeth Spaeth, History, Indiana University Bloomington

 


About

Beginning in 2003, this series originated with a focus on digital libraries – standards, tools, and trends in the field – but has since expanded to include all areas and topics relevant to digital scholarship, including digital humanities and open access publishing. Presentations focus on local practices and emerging trends, and are intended to encourage participation in digital library and digital research projects and initiatives.

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This semester, we will return to hybrid sessions with Zoom-only sessions noted in the event details. All presentations are broadcast live via Zoom, whether the presenter is in-person or online. Most presentations will be in-person at the Herman B Wells Library, Hazelbaker Hall (room E159). 

The Zoom URL will be shared upon registering for the event. Please make sure to register! 

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