Getting Started in The Digital Humanities: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Main Library, Reference Instruction Room
Sponsored by Michigan State University Libraries, Digital Text Services
Day of Digital Humanities (April 8) was founded to help answer the question, "What is the Digital Humanities and what do Digital Humanists do?" The Michigan State University Libraries are bringing MSU faculty from History, English, Hindi Language and South Asian Literature and Culture, and Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures together to discuss DH research, ask how they started in DH, elicit suggestions for how you can get started doing DH, and point to resources you might engage on campus and beyond to do so.
All those interested in either getting started in the Digital Humanities and/or looking for DH collaborators are encouraged to attend.
Jessica Marie Johnson, Assistant Professor of History
Natalie Phillips, Assistant Professor of English
Liza Potts, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities
Sean Pue, Assistant Professor of Hindi Language and South Asian Literature and Culture
Dean Rehberger, Director MATRIX