President’s Reflection on 2019-20

by Hannah L. Jacobs This past year has seen a number of successes for the Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina. As we prepare for a transition to new leadership, I’d like to reflect briefly on our achievements.  In August 2019, a group of digital humanists gathered at the National Humanities Center (NHC) to begin … Continue reading “President’s Reflection on 2019-20”

DHC-NC Executive Board Election Results

The DHC-NC elections for the President-Elect, Treasurer, Communications Manager positions, as well as multiple Executive Board seats, concluded last week. We are excited to announce the results as follows: President-Elect: Brett Chambers, Lecturer in Mass Communication, Entrepreneurship, and Emerging Technologies, North Carolina Central University Treasurer: Donna Kain, Associate Professor of Technical Communication; Undergraduate Director, Department … Continue reading “DHC-NC Executive Board Election Results”

CFP: Summer 2020 Mini Virtual DHCI Lightning Round

Share your expertise with the DHC-NC community at the Summer 2020 Mini Virtual Digital Humanities Collaborative Institute on Friday, July 17th, 2020! Do you have a digital humanities assignment that works well for remote or hybrid learning? Do you have ideas about how digital humanities can contribute to remote pedagogy? Share your assignments, syllabi, methods, … Continue reading “CFP: Summer 2020 Mini Virtual DHCI Lightning Round”

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”