Announcing Digital/Pedagogy/Material/Archives Event on April 5th

We’d like to announce this event happening on April 5th at the BGC that might interest folks in the digital material culture and humanities world. It will focus on questions surrounding the archiving of digital pedagogical materials and the intersection of those questions with the study of material culture. Here is information from the official […]

By | March 19th, 2013|events|

Digital Solutions for Research and Teaching in the Humanities #dh

Since the opening of the DML in fall of 2009 we have had an increasing number of guests come to the BGC each semester to discuss the ways in which they use the digital medium in their research and teaching. An early event entitledThe Artifact in the Age of New Media saw eminent […]

By | March 12th, 2013|events|

Brown Bag Lunch: Béla Kapossy, “Electronic Solutions for Research and Teaching the Humanities: The Lausanne Project ‘Lumières.La

Post by Nynne Christoffersen

Béla Kapossy will be speaking as part of the Brown Bag Lunch series on Thursday, February 21, 2013, from 12 to 1:30pm. His talk is entitled “Electronic Solutions for Research and Teaching the Humanities: The Lausanne Project ‘Lumières.Lausanne.’”

Béla Kapossy is Professor of Modern History at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. He […]

By | February 20th, 2013|events|

Brown Bag Lunch: Jeffrey T. Schnapp, “metaLAB: A Progress Report”

Post by Nynne Christoffersen

Jeffrey T. Schnapp will be speaking as part of the Brown Bag Lunch series on Thursday, February 28, 2013, from 12:00 to 1:30 pm. His talk is entitled “metaLAB: A Progress Report.”

Jeffrey T. Schnapp is Professor of Romance Languages & Literatures, Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and Director of […]

By | February 20th, 2013|events|

Spring 2013 DML Salon

Each semester the Digital Media Lab holds a salon to highlight representative work done in the lab from the previous semester. The salons are an opportunity for students and faculty to share their work, and for the BGC community toget a better idea of the types of projects being done in the lab and how […]

By | February 11th, 2013|DML, events, Feature, Salon|

Dagny Stuedahl to give Brown Bag lunch at BGC #mobile #museums

Dagny Stuedahl will be speaking as part of the Brown Bag Lunch Series on Thursday, April 19, 2012, from 12 to 1:30 pm. Her talk is entitled “Mobile Interactives: Enhancing Museum Collection in Exhibitions and in the City.”

Dagny Stuedahl is Senior Researcher at InterMedia, an interdisciplinary research center on design, communication, and learning in the Faculty […]

By | April 16th, 2012|events|

BGC Digital Events and Upcoming Rob Stein(@rjstein) Talk at BGC

Among the many resources that students and faculty have at their disposal here BGC, perhaps the most invaluable is the wide range of speakers that present their research on a seemingly nightly basis at the BGC. Whether they are part of ourseminar series that covers a wide range of topics related to material culture […]

By | February 17th, 2012|events|

Talk by Anne Kelly Knowles at NYPL

Received an invite from Matt Knutzen of NYPL Map Division fame today about a talk being given by Anne Kelly Knowles, a geographer who does work using visualizations as an alternative to traditional historical narratives, this Friday the 24th from 4:45-6:30. Here is some of the blurb about the talk.

The way we imagine the past […]

By | February 13th, 2012|events|

Digital Humanities 2011 Day Two #dh11

Moving on to day two DH11. Morning started off with particularly relevant panel on New Models of Materiality. Talks by Jean-Francois Blanchette, Johanna Drucker, & Matthew Kirschenbaum covered respectively infrastructure as foundation for digital humanities knowledge, critical theory as applied to digital humanities, and theorization of the digital archive.

Really liked the theory angle of the […]

By | June 21st, 2011|DML, events, Feature|

Digital Humanities 2011 #dh11

tieDyeLargeI am at the Digital Humanities 2011 conference this week and will be posting information relevant to the DML. First session I am in today is about virtual cities and digital histories. So far interesting projects include Main Street Carolina, T-RACES, and GeoScribe from

By | June 20th, 2011|DML, events, Feature|
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