In addition to offering workshops, DHSITE aims to create a space in which the week’s participants can engage in dialogue surrounding critical issues to Digital Humanities scholarship and teaching through a variety of formats including keynote presentations, round tables and community-engagement panels.
The conceptual theme of “Linking Culture(s)” is at the heart of this year’s programming with workshops on social network analysis, linked open data, data visualisation and text analysis, and speakers and discussion panels engaging with challenges surrounding determining, visualising, and understanding networks and connections in and between cultural spaces. We aim to expand our discussions to how tools allow us to understand connections between individuals within regional, national, international and indeed virtual contexts.
All of these events will take place in the CreatorSpace (room 302 of Pérez Hall) from 13:00 to 14:20.
DHSITE 2020 events will be announced by January 2020!