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”

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”

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”

Spring 2020 DHCI Schedule

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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

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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”

My Internship Reflection, and a Look Ahead

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By Stuart Parrish Stuart Parrish is an interdisciplinary studies major at North Carolina Central University who worked with the Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina this semester as the Assistant Writer and Content Manger. He has written articles for our website, conducted interviews, and participated in the planning of the October DH Institute at NCCU. … Continue reading “My Internship Reflection, and a Look Ahead”

Dancing at the Center of the Universe

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By Stuart Parrish Kaustavi Sarkar recently led a session at the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on October 24, 2019, which was held at North Carolina Central University. This session was entitled “Plavana: Immersion Across Historical and Computational Registers.” She is an Assistant  Professor at UNC Charlotte and is a dancer-choreographer-educator-scholar. Dr. Sarkar has been performing … Continue reading “Dancing at the Center of the Universe”

Stuart Parrish: Reflecting on the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at NCCU

NCCU professors at the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute, from left to right: Brett Chambers, Michele Ware, Collie Fulford, and Matthew Cook by Stuart Parrish The October 24-25 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute met at North Carolina Central University under the theme “Representation Matters.” The Institute was launched by keynote speaker marilyn m. thomas-houston’s address entitled “Representations … Continue reading “Stuart Parrish: Reflecting on the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at NCCU”

Vote on the New Name, Mission Statement, and Code of Conduct

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It’s here! The week-long community voting period on our name change, Mission Statement, and Code of Conduct begins this Wednesday and ends next Wednesday, November 13, at 5 pm. Vote here: https://forms.gle/9RwxMSdsKDUazz2H9 As always, thank you for your continued and support! We rely on your feedback to ensure our name, mission, and values represent our community. … Continue reading “Vote on the New Name, Mission Statement, and Code of Conduct”