We seek proposals for a roundtable discussion about “Rethinking Research in the Age of Digital Humanities.” The session, part of the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Conference, will discuss how researchers use new forms of digital culture and virtual technologies to engage productively with the past. In hopes of having a broad, interdisciplinary discussion, we welcome scholars of Art History, Economics, History, (including Historians of the Book, Historians of Science), Library Science, Literature (English and non-English), Musicology, Philosophy, and other disciplines.
The conference, which revolves around the theme of “Radicalism and Reform,” takes place in Rochester, NY on 18-22 March 2020. The panel, organized by the NCSA Graduate Student Caucus, seeks speakers who can address topics that include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Digital cultural studies
- Use of digital research infrastructures (virtual research environments, media archaeology, etc.)
- Emerging technologies applied to historical/media research
- Studying and/or communicating materiality through digital means
- Digital and computational analysis and interpretation, including mapping programs, recognition software, 3D modeling, digital reconstruction/restoration
- Intersection of digital and public humanities (institutional considerations for digital humanities, interdisciplinary potential, social engagement and digital humanities)
- Grant writing and opportunities to support digital humanities projects.
- The role of digital humanities in the RPT process
- Strategies for digital humanities training in graduate degree programs
Participants will make five-minute presentations, then join in a panel discussion and respond to audience questions. Please submit 250-word abstracts and 1-page CVs to email@example.com by September 15.
Arnold Anthony Schmidt