The Connecticut Digital Humanities Conference, co-sponsored by Connecticut College, Trinity College, Wesleyan University, Yale University’s DH Lab, and the University of Connecticut, will take place on Saturday, February 29 from 8:00am-6:00pm at Trinity College. The conference kicks off with an open discussion and cocktails on Friday, Feburary 28 at 4:30 pm.
The free, all-day event will include over 30 talks, roundtable discussions, workshops, and panel presentations by faculty, students, and librarians across the northeast. You can find all the details in the online schedule.
Connecticut College will be represented by:
- Di Luo (Art History/Architectural Studies): “Photogrammetric Modeling in Surveying and Teaching Chinese Architecture”
- Benjamin Beranek (Economics), Lyndsay Bratton (Library), Danielle Egan (GSIS), and Christopher Steiner (Art History): “Supporting Experimental Research in the Liberal Arts: The Digital Scholarship Fellows Program at Connecticut College”
- Anna Vallye (Art History/Architectural Studies) and Rose Oliveira (Library): “Mapping Urban Renewal in East New London”
- Anthony Graesch (Anthropology) and Lyndsay Bratton (Library): “The Kw’éts’tel Project: A Case Study of Integrating Open Scholarship into Research Design and Peer Review into Open Scholarship”
We hope to see you there!