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

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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”

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”

Announcement of Keynote Address – #RepresentationsMatter: Intersections of Digital Technology and Black Experiences by marilyn m. thomas-houston, Ph.D.

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By Stuart Parrish and Dr. thomas-houston Scholar marilyn m. thomas-houston will deliver the keynote address on Thursday, October 24 at 9:00 AM to launch the fall 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute. Currently at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a faculty Emerita holding joint appointments in Anthropology and African American Studies at the University of … Continue reading “Announcement of Keynote Address – #RepresentationsMatter: Intersections of Digital Technology and Black Experiences by marilyn m. thomas-houston, Ph.D.”

Save these NEW Dates on the last TDHI of 2019!

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By Stuart Parrish The deadline for Calls For Proposals has been extended from last Friday, Sept. 6th to THIS Saturday,September 14th. Please note that remaining final submissions should still be directed to the attention of Dr Carolyn Fulford by email, cfulfor1@nccu.edu. The registration period for those not presenting but attending the Institute is open until … Continue reading “Save these NEW Dates on the last TDHI of 2019!”

Election Results: Recap from the August TDHN Organizing Meeting

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TDHN Organizing Meeting Thursday, August 15th | 9:30 – 11:30am National Humanities Center Announcements Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the organizing meeting on August 15th! Your patience has been appreciated as we’ve worked on implementing the ideas we talked through.  As the direct outcome of the meeting, we’d like to announce … Continue reading “Election Results: Recap from the August TDHN Organizing Meeting”

Recap of Humanitarian Mapathon at UNC Chapel Hill

Every year, natural and man-made disasters are responsible for 100,000 deaths and affect or displace nearly 200 million people. In developing countries, people are especially vulnerable to disasters because they are “missing” from many of the maps that guide disaster relief efforts. The Missing Maps community comprises nearly 80,000 volunteers working to create maps of … Continue reading “Recap of Humanitarian Mapathon at UNC Chapel Hill”

May TDHI: Schedule and Early Registration Now Available

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Early registration for the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute May 22nd – 24th is now open! You can register for one, two, or all three days of the conference. To see the full schedule and find more information, visit http://triangledh.org/tdhi/. The early registration period from April 15th to April 22nd is open anyone outside of the three … Continue reading “May TDHI: Schedule and Early Registration Now Available”