Fall 2016 Events

Conversations in Digital Humanities

Transmediating Knowledge: Situating the human in the transfer between books, code, environments, games, and other media

The theme of this year’s Conversations in Digital Humanities is “Transmediating Knowledge: Situating the human in the transfer between books, code, environments, games, and other media.” The goal is to enrich and expand Cornell’s DH community by connecting to people and programs on campus doing exciting work with digital technologies in research, teaching, and outreach. We hope you can join us!

Thursday, October 13, 4:30-6:00 pm, Olin Library 703.  Graduate Student Roundtable: Digital Pedagogies Show and Tell,” A panel discussion between Liz Alexander (PhD Candidate, English), Liza Flum (MFA Lecturer, English), John Wyatt Greenlee (PhD Candidate, Medieval Studies), Kaylin O’Dell (PhD Candidate, English), Molly Reed (PhD Candidate, History), and Anna Waymack (PhD Candidate, Medieval Studies), moderated by Susette Newberry (Head of Research and Learning Services, Olin and Uris Libraries).

Wednesday, October 26, 4:30-6:00 pm, Olin Library 106 G.  Game Design: Bridging Computing, Humanities and the Arts,” lecture by Walker White, PhD, Director, Game Design Initiative at Cornell; Faculty, CIS Computer Science and Traci Nathans-Kelly, PhD, Senior Lecturer, Engineering Communications Program.

Thursday, November 17, 4:30-6:00 pm, Olin Library 107.  The LIT ROOM: Augmenting Children’s Read-Alouds through an Interactive, Cyber-Physical Environment,” lecture by Keith Evan Green, Professor of Design (DEA) , Professor of Mechanical Engineering (MAE), Architectural Robotics Lab at Cornell.

All events sponsored by Cornell University Library, the Society for the Humanities, and the College of Arts and Sciences.

In addition to the above events, the Cornell community is invited to take part in 

Digital Humanities Coworking

Informal gathering for students, faculty, and staff to work on their own DH projects, learn new things, meet people, and talk about ideas. If you’re interested in digital humanities at Cornell and looking for more information, this is an excellent place to start.  Meets every Friday afternoon, 2:00-4:00 pm, in Olin Library 703.