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February 2013

Zephyr Frank: “Layers, Flows, Intersections: Historical GIS for 19th-century Rio de Janeiro”

February 19, 2013 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

UNC’s Digital Innovation Lab and King's College London’s Centre for e-Research in the Department of Digital Humanities present a joint videoseminar/live web stream: Zephyr Frank: “Layers, Flows, Intersections: Historical GIS for 19th-century Rio de Janeiro” Seating is limited; RSVP to plach@email.unc.edu by February 13 to reserve a spot. All others may participate via live webcast/chat or watch a video recording after the event. see below for details. A digitized map of 1866 Rio de Janeiro, with historically accurate renderings of…

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April 2013

Application Period for DH Tech Bootcamp

April 8, 2013 - April 16, 2013
$50 - $100

Curious about the digital humanities but haven’t dipped your toes in the water yet? This hands-on, skill-building bootcamp is intended for digital humanities (DH) enthusiasts with little to no technical expertise. Over the course of three days, the bootcamp will provide you with a crash course in a number of DH methodologies and tools. Bring your laptop and your curiosity, and you’ll leave with the skills you need to get started on your own DH project work. Applications will be…

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June 2013

Digital Humanities Tech Bootcamp

June 5, 2013 @ 8:30 am - June 7, 2013 @ 4:30 pm
Hyde Hall, UNC-CH Campus
Chapel Hill, Select a Country:
$50 - $100

Curious about the digital humanities but haven’t dipped your toes in the water yet? The CDHI is sponsoring a hands-on, skill-building bootcamp intended for digital humanities enthusiasts with little to no technical expertise to take place June 5-7, 2013. The bootcamp will provide participants with a crash course in a number of DH methodologies and tools. The application window opens April 8 and ends April 16. For more information, including application details, visit the Bootcamp webpage.

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August 2013

DIL/IAH Faculty Fellowship Workshop

August 27, 2013 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The DIL/IAH Faculty Fellowships support UNC faculty who are interested in developing digital humanities as a significant dimension of their academic practice; pursuing an interdisciplinary, collaborative digital humanities project arising from their research, pedagogy, or engaged scholarship that is likely to be of interest to users beyond academic specialists and which raises larger social, historical, literary, or artistic issues; reflecting upon and discussing with colleagues the implications of digital humanities for their own academic practice; and applying what they have…

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September 2013

DIL/IAH Faculty Fellowship Applications Due

September 27, 2013

DIL/IAH Faculty Fellowships support UNC faculty who are interested in developing digital humanities as a significant dimension of their academic practice; pursuing an interdisciplinary, collaborative digital humanities project arising from their research, pedagogy, or engaged scholarship that is likely to be of interest to users beyond academic specialists and which raises larger social, historical, literary, or artistic issues; reflecting upon and discussing with colleagues the implications of digital humanities for their own academic practice; and applying what they have learned…

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October 2013

Public Talk: The Current Landscape for Digital Humanities

October 3, 2013 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Greenlaw Hall, Donovan Lounge, UNC-Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC United States

Please join us for a Brown Bag Presentation: "The Current Landscape for Digital Humanities" by Dr. Michael Newton. This talk will explore the current landscape for Digital Humanities, and how UNC is positioned to contribute to the field over the next five year. Dr. Newton holds a Ph.D. in Celtic Studies from the University of Edinburgh, and a B.A. in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego. His professional experience straddles the humanities and technology/IT worlds. He was…

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Digital Innovation Lab Open House

October 15, 2013 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

We're hosting an Open House in celebration of our recent move to Greenlaw 431! Check out our new space and learn about our ongoing work to support Digital Humanities on campus. Terry Rhodes, Senior Associate Dean for Fine Arts and Humanities and Co-PI of the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI), will provide opening remarks at 3pm. RSVP to Pam Lach by October 11.

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January 2014

Application Deadline for Faculty Learning Community in Digital Humanities

January 13, 2014

Apply for the Faculty Learning Community in Digital Humanities. Deadline extended to January 13! The Faculty Learning Community in Digital Humanities (DH FLC) is intended for UNC-Chapel Hill faculty who are interested in incorporating digital technologies and approaches into their humanities teaching and research. Over the course of about 12 months, the DH FLC will learn together and from one another about digital humanities approaches and methodologies, study exemplar projects, and be exposed to a range of open-source tools for…

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April 2014

Digital Humanities Interest Meeting for Graduate Students

April 7, 2014 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Graduate students: Interested in the digital humanities? Want to know more about learning opportunities on campus and ways to get involved? Want to meet others on campus involved in the digital humanities? Stop by the Digital Innovation Lab (Greenlaw 431) on Monday, April 7, 3:30pm-5pm! The Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative and the Digital Innovation Lab will host an informal meet and greet for graduate students interested in the digital humanities. CDHI faculty & staff will be available to discuss the…

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The Devil is in the Details: Engaged Qualitative Research and the Digital Humanities

April 15, 2014 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Institute for the Arts and Humanities, University Room, Hyde Hall
Chapel Hill, NC Select a Country:

This two-part lecture/presentation focuses on the “front stage” and “behind the scenes” processes that created Digital Portobelo, an interactive online collection of ethnographic interviews, photos, videos, artwork, and archival material that illuminate the rich culture and history of Portobelo -- a small town located on the Caribbean coast of the Republic of Panama best known for its Spanish colonial heritage, its centuries old Black Christ festival, and an Afro-Latin community who call themselves and their cultural performance tradition “Congo.” Front…

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