GMU Online Graduate Certificate Program in Digital Public Humanities

The Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, in
collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution and the Roy Rosenzweig Center
for History and New Media, has created a fully online graduate certificate
program in digital public humanities.  The program is designed to help
humanities professionals learn how to use digital media to enhance their work
and advance their careers.   This is a part-time, 15-credit certificate
program that includes three fully online courses and either a guided capstone

Announcement of the Digitizing Rochester's Religions Project Public Launch

I'm writing to announce the public launch of a digital/public history project, Digitizing Rochester’s Religions, based at the University of Rochester. Supervised by Dr. Margarita S. Guillory (now at Boston University), the DRR project is intended to further our understanding of modern Rochester, New York’s religious history. We draw on the latest digital humanities technology to build on the example set by digital religion projects such as Sacred Gotham.

CALL FOR PANEL PROPOSALS: What’s New, What’s Next? Innovative Methods, New Sources, and Paradigm Shifts in Jewish Studies

hat’s New, What’s Next? Innovative Methods, New Sources, and Paradigm Shifts in Jewish Studies

12-15 October 2020, POLIN Museum, Warsaw

We invite scholars working in Jewish studies to propose panels for the international interdisciplinary conference “What’s New, What’s Next? Innovative Methods, New Sources, and Paradigm Shifts in Jewish Studies.” The aim of the conference is to explore new directions in the study of East and Central European Jews.

Francophone Literature in the Low Countries (ca. 880 -1600) (Special issue of Queeste)

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In 2015, we concluded the introduction of our special issue on Literature and Multilingualism in the Low Countries with a renewal of Queeste’s ‘commitment to the varied and multilingual culture of the Low Countries’.


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ERC The Healthy Self as Body Capital & Science Museum International Conference
Locating Medical Television. The Televisual Spaces of Medicine and Health in the 20th Century
18-20 March 2020, Science Museum Dana Research Centre, London, UK

Medical television programmes, across their history, have had specific relationships to places and spaces:

CFP: "Evidence: The Use and Misuse of Data," June 5, 2020, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA

Inspired by its 2020 exhibition Dr. Franklin, Citizen Scientist, the American Philosophical Society Library & Museum is organizing a daylong symposium that explores the nature of evidence. The symposium reflects Benjamin Franklin’s many different uses of information and data throughout his life.


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