Next week is HuCon 2011, our graduate research conference at the University of Alberta for humanities computing. See HuCon 2011: Current Graduate Research in Humanities Computing for more.
The keynotes will be Ray Siemens from Victoria and MilenaRadzikowska from Mount Royal. It is a one day conference that is catered. Come and see what the next generation of graduate students is doing.
This week I was invited to give a number of talks at the University of North Dakota. Dr. Crystal Alberts organized the talks (along with others). At UND I spoke on:
- Incorporating the digital in the humanities. This talk was about incorporating the digital into humanities teaching.
- Supporting the Digital Humanities. This talk was for librarians and discussed mostly how libraries can support our work.
- Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities. This talk was delivered by videoconference and went out to a larger state audience discussing cyberinfrastructure in North Dakota.
Crystal has a nice long blog post on participation and inclusion the digital humanities. The post,On Becoming a Digital Humanist talks about Steve Ramsay’s MLA comments and what I wrote on inclusion.
The web site is up for HuCon 2011: Current Graduate Research in Humanities Computing. This is a one day conference organized by the Humanities Computing graduate students that will take place on March 11th, 2011.