Introducing the New DHC-NC Logo and Steve Smith: Graphic Designer

An abstract image of NC with the text "Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina"

The Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina is proud to announce our new logo! The logo was designed by Steve Smith, whose work will be used as the new symbol of our organization. Learn more about Steve and his work in a Q&A with the graphic designer: How did you come to this design? How … Continue reading “Introducing the New DHC-NC Logo and Steve Smith: Graphic Designer”

Call for Nominations: DHC-NC Officers and Executive Board

Are you looking for ways to get more involved with digital humanities while connecting with digital humanists across North Carolina working in higher education, as independent scholars, in museums, archives, primary and secondary education, and more? Are you looking for ways to share your experiences and offer guidance to this community? Do you know someone … Continue reading “Call for Nominations: DHC-NC Officers and Executive Board”

Remote DH: Contribute to a new DHC-NC Blog Series

As we’re all adjusting to the changes in our lives and work, the DHC-NC would like to reach out and hear from the community during this hectic and difficult time. The DHC-NC will be posting a community-driven blog series to share what our digital humanities work looks like remotely. If you’d like to contribute a … Continue reading “Remote DH: Contribute to a new DHC-NC Blog Series”

Interview with Dr. Collie Fulford

Dr. Collie Fulford is an Associate Professor and Director of First-Year Writing in North Carolina Central University’s Department of Language and Literature, and recently served as President of Carolinas Writing Program Administrators. As a 2017-18 NCCU Digital Humanities Fellow with the Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University, Dr. Fulford focused on the integration of digital … Continue reading “Interview with Dr. Collie Fulford”

Introducing Brandon Hedgebeth, blog contributor and professional writing intern

Brandon Hedgebeth is a professional writing intern with DHC-NC for the Spring 2020 semester. This internship is Brandon’s first foray into the field of digital humanities, and he has spent the first part of the term becoming familiar with digital humanities concepts and projects. As part of his research, he discovered that he has taken … Continue reading “Introducing Brandon Hedgebeth, blog contributor and professional writing intern”

Constitution Feedback & DHCI Town Hall

Last week, UNCG hosted our first DHCI (formerly TDHI). President-Elect Maggie Murphy led organizing efforts and put together a wonderful program. Conversations ranged from community-based art practice to building community archives to engaging communities in public scholarship. On Friday, March 6th, the DHC-NC hosted a town hall. The slides below outline our discussion, including what … Continue reading “Constitution Feedback & DHCI Town Hall”

Logo Contest: Design the DHC-NC Logo

Current triangle logo with a question mark in the middle

The Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina is looking for a new logo! We changed our name to better reflect the members of our organization, and now we’d like a logo to match.  Anyone is welcome to submit a design for the contest that embodies our mission and values – you do not need to … Continue reading “Logo Contest: Design the DHC-NC Logo”

Spring 2020 DHCI Schedule

Spring leaves and the UNC Greensboro logo advertising the March 5-6 Digital Humanities Colaborative Institute (http://triangledh.org/dhci)

The spring DHC-NC Digital Humanities Collaborative Institute (DHCI) will be held at UNC Greensboro (Greensboro, NC) on March 5 and 6, 2020. The theme of this Institute is “Digital Humanities & Community Engagement.” For more information about the logistics of the event (including parking), see the main Institute page. Schedule THURSDAY, MARCH 5 – All … Continue reading “Spring 2020 DHCI Schedule”

Interview with Erin Lawrimore

Smiling woman with brown hair in front of a plain green background.

Erin Lawrimore has served as University Archivist at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro since 2011. In this role, she is responsible for collecting, preserving, and promoting the history of UNCG from its creation as the State Normal and Industrial School in 1891 through today. Her research interests include community-engaged archival practice, American archives … Continue reading “Interview with Erin Lawrimore”

Update: Becoming the Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina

UPDATE 12/4/19: The Executive Board has decided to slightly alter the organization’s name. This post has been updated to reflect that change. In November, we announced that the Triangle Digital Humanities Network will be changing its name to the North Carolina Digital Humanities Collaborative (NCDHCollab). Following this announcement, we learned that our name shared the … Continue reading “Update: Becoming the Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina”