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June 29 11a PT / 12p MT / 1p CT / 2p ET
Subject: DSS DHDG Webcast, 6/29 @ 1p Central: Constructing Digital Humanities Grant Proposals as a Librarian
The Digital Humanities Discussion Group conveners (ACRL Digital Scholarship Section) invites you to join us on Monday, June 29th, at 1p-2:15p Central Time, for a webcast on “Constructing Digital Humanities Grant Proposals as a Librarian.” We’ll feature five 10-minute presentations offering various perspectives from library professionals who have served as primary investigators (PIs) and Co-PIs on grants supporting Digital Humanities projects and initiatives, including local, NEH, IMLS, and Mellon funding opportunities (abstracts here):
“Creating Grant Timelines: The Ideal and the Real,” Amanda Rust, Northeastern University Library
“The Lehigh Valley Engaged Humanities Consortium Digital Archive: Organizing Workflows Among Among Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, and Community Partners,” Charlotte Nunes, Lafayette College Libraries
“Breaking Barriers: Librarians as Public History Scholars,” Hayley Johnson and Sarah Simms, Louisiana State University
“Shut Up and Take the Mellon Money: Adapting a Library-Led Digital Humanities Program to Accommodate Grant Funding,” R.C. Miessler and Kevin Moore, Gettysburg College
“GLAMorous Collaboration: Supporting Digital Humanities Faculty Research Projects,” Franny Gaede and Erin Passehl Stoddart, University of Oregon
Please register in advance to receive the Zoom link: https://bit.ly/dhdg629.
We ask that you do not enter the meeting room any earlier than 10 minutes before the start time to allow our presenters to set-up. Installing a zoom add-in is required; see instructions on ACRL's Virtual Meetings LibGuide: http://acrl.libguides.com/virtualmeetings/home
We will follow-up with access to the recording when it’s available. Meanwhile, we wish you all well and look forward to seeing you on June 29th.
DSS Digital Humanities Discussion Group Co-Conveners
Laurin Paradise, Manhattan College
Dr Angela Dressen, Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Angela Dressen, I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies