The 2023-2024 Executive Board is hard at work. They’re planning the 2024 institute and updating the website, newsletter and more!
Some of the board members took a quick break from their busy teaching, research, mentoring, family and DHC-NC commitments to share their thoughts on some key questions.
It’s time to elect new officers and executive board members to lead the organization in 2023-24! If you are on the DHC-NC listserv, you’ll receive information about the nomination and election processes and a link to the nomination form. All interested people may express interest in being nominated to serve. You may, and are encouraged … Continue reading “Elections of Officers for 2023-24”
The Spring 2022 DHC-NC Institute will be hosted virtually by UNC Charlotte on Thursday, April 21st and Friday, April 22nd. This two-day institute will begin with a day of virtual presentations and will end with a virtual plenary session and in-person meetups throughout North Carolina. Pre-recorded lightning talks will be shared with registrants the Monday … Continue reading “Spring 2022 DHC-NC Institute”
This post is intended to express gratitude for the Digital Humanities Collaboration membership and share some updates from the group’s leadership. We know that the field of digital humanities is interdisciplinary and we all have many professional organizations to choose from, so we are grateful that you all have stayed engaged with us. The biggest … Continue reading “Summer 2021 Transitions”
There are longstanding relationships between Duke University and North Carolina Central University in many academic endeavors, but a particularly fruitful partnership has emerged between the two institutions as they have collaborated on digital humanities practices and projects. Since 2016, the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI) at Duke has worked with a series of NCCU … Continue reading “DH as Faculty Professional Development: a Conversation with Candace Bailey, Collie Fulford, and Kathryn Wymer”
Image: A tool we relied on to prepare the participants was the Open Canvas, a quick resource to clarify the project idea and community needs/contributions. The Open Canvas is adapted from the Lean Canvas and is also part of the Mozilla’s Open Leaders training program. The OPEN (Open Project Engagement Network) Incubator is a program … Continue reading “NCSU’s OPEN Incubator on Text Analysis”
Olivia Dorsey Peacock defines herself as a creative technology professional. As a family historian, she has been researching her family’s ancestry for over a decade. As a web developer, she creates family history websites and blogs. She holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Information Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with … Continue reading “An Interview with Digital Black History’s Olivia Dorsey Peacock”
ECU’s Digital Innovation and Scholarship in Social Sciences and Humanities (DISSH) Hosted the Fall 2020 Virtual Digital Institute of the Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carlina (DHC-NC). Last week’s DHC-NC institute brought new ideas, people, and projects to the DHC-NC community. Each offered particular perspectives and approaches to answer the call of Digital Humanities in … Continue reading “Fall 2020 Institute Reflections”
Please plan to join us for the Fall 2020 Digital Humanities Institute (https://dhcnc.org/dhci/), and you can register here (https://bit.ly/3l4DG5Z)
As our institute planning committee was debating the title of our next institute, we reflected on the wild extremes that the last seven months have put us through. On one hand, sweatpants, homemade lunch, and Netflix “breaks” sound like every commuter’s dream. On the other hand, systemic racism, global pandemic, and a divisive election could … Continue reading “CFP: Digital Humanities in Extraordinary Times, DHC-NC Fall 2020 Institute, December 10-11, 2020, hosted (virtually) by East Carolina University”