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WORKSHOP Coding for Humanists with Fabiola Hanna | Registration Required > Friday, January 22 (9 – 12:30) at Humanities 2, room 259 Interested in coding, but not sure where to start? Fabiola Hanna, a new media artist and PhD Candidate in the department of Film + Digital Media, that will walk us through the basics of coding for the web. Following Hanna’s short… Continue Reading 1/22/16 // Intro Coding for Humanists Workshop
Coding for Humanists: Part of the PhD+ Series | More Details > Friday, December 4 (11 – 12:30 PM) at 210 Humanities 1 Part of the PhD+ Workshop Series, Sponsored by the IHR Interested in coding, but not sure where to start? Fabiola Hanna, a new media artist and PhD Candidate in the department of Film… Continue Reading 12/4/15 // Intro Coding for Humanists Workshop (PhD+)
Digital Humanities Reading Group Wednesday, December 2 (4 – 6 PM) at Cowell Senior Commons Room Join the Digital Humanities Working Group will meet to discuss Hypercities: Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities by Todd Presner, David Shepard, and Yoh Kawano. Elaine Sullivan will lead our discussion about Hypercities and the impact of mapping on Humanities research.… Continue Reading 12/2/15 // DH Reading Group: Hypercities
How did they make that? A workshop with Miriam Posner Friday, November 13 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm // Humanities 210 Co-sponsored by the University Library The catch-all term “digital project” can refer to a daunting array of technologies and methods. For a newcomer (or even an experienced practitioner), it can be hard to know… Continue Reading 11/13/15 // Workshop: How did they make that?
Head-and-Shoulder Hunting in the Americas: Exploring Lobotomy’s Visual Culture Miriam Posner Thursday, November 12, 2015 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm // 210 Humanities Co-sponsored by the University Library Between 1936 and 1967, Walter Freeman, a prominent neurologist, lobotomized as many as 3,500 Americans. Freeman was also an obsessive photographer, taking patients’ photographs before their operations and… Continue Reading 11/12/15 // Hands on (Digital) Humanities: Miriam Posner
New Possibilities for Teaching with Canvas October 6, 4 – 6 PM (FITC, McHenry Library 1350) Co-sponsored by the University Library, FITC, and Academic Affairs UCSC is piloting the Canvas learning management system in the 2015-2016 academic year. Learn more about how Canvas can help manage your course materials and facilitate interactive online student… Continue Reading 10/6/15 // Digital Pedagogy
Digital Humanities Reading Group A Conversation with Warren Sack May 26 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm // 210 Humanities 1 Warren Sack (Film & Digital Media) will lead a conversation about his article, “A Storytelling Machine: From Propp to Software Studies” (Les Temps Modernes (novembre-décembre 2013)). Join us to consider a genealogy of narrative construction, interactive storytelling,… Continue Reading 5/26/15 // Reading Group: Warren Sack
Work in Progress Conversation Aesthetics: Imagining Histories of Modern Lebanon Fabiola Hanna May 11 @ 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm // 202 Humanities 1 Hanna will present her recent work, We are History: A People’s History of Lebanon, a digital interface that collects varied oral histories of a people and presents them in a disruptive but dialogical manner.… Continue Reading 5/11/15 // Fabiola Hannah: Work in Progress
Working with Omeka: Building a Community of Users May 7 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm // 210 Humanities 1 Join us for an all day symposium about using Omeka across the university and imagining the future of Digital Exhibit Building at the University of California. Calling all scholars, museum professionals, librarians, archivists, researchers and educators.… Continue Reading 5/7/15 // Working with Omeka
Latent Data: How, Where, And Why (Digital) Humanists Discover Data Hidden In Plain Sight Patrick Murray-John May 6 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm // 210 Humanities 1 In this talk, Patrick Murray-John will argue that data and the humanities have long held a close and fruitful interrelationship. Data in humanities research is not new; it… Continue Reading 5/6/15 // Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage: Patrick Murray-John