I’m looking forward to presenting my research in progress on early humanities computing at the CUNY Advanced Research Collaborative seminar next week, Thursday, November 13, 2014, 4:00 PM.
I’m looking forward to addressing the conference, “Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice” Friday, September 26, 6:00 PM, at Lawrence Technological University.
I’m looking forward to giving a keynote talk tomorrow, September 12, at the DH Forum sponsored by the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas. The topic for the Forum is “Nodes and Networks in the Humanities.”
Starting in August and for the academic year 2014-2015, I’ll be a Visiting Fellow at CUNY Grad Center’s Advanced Research Collaborative in New York. I’ll be working on a new book project and I’m excited to be part of the excellent DH group at CUNY, of ARC, and of the Grad Center as a whole, and to participate in the larger DH community in New York for the year.
I’m looking forward to directing a seminar next month at my undergraduate alma mater, Oklahoma University’s Oklahoma Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program, which I took part in as an undergraduate–the best part of my college career, really, so it’s an honor to contribute to it. The seminar, on “Media, Culture, and the Digital Humanities,” meets May 12-16, 2014.
I’m looking forward to visiting St. Louis University next week to give the sixth Walter J. Ong Memorial Lecture on “The Eversion of the Network and the Emergence of the Digital Humanities” (Wednesday, March 26, 4:00 PM). The lecture is sponsored by the interdisciplinary Ong Center for Language, Media and Culture.
Over on the Tumblr for The Emergence of the Digital Humanities, I’ve noted a few interesting recent citations to the book, one on a British Library Digital Scholarship blog, one on a blog dedicated to the works of H. P. Lovecraft, and one on Digital Shakespeares.