Stephen Robertson & Megan Brett will be presenting sessions at the Conference for High Impact Research at American University on May 14, 2018. Stephen Robertson will be leading a session entitled “Adding a Digital Dimension to Your Research” from 10.45am – 12.00pm. Megan Brett will be part of a session entitled “Omeka and Preserve the Baltimore Uprising 2015: The Power of Online Exhibits in High Impact Research” from 2.15pm-3.30pm.RRCHNM@
Sheila Brennan will be participating in the panel “Continuing the Conversation – Curators & Technologists United” at the Association of Art Museum Curators Conference, in Montreal, on May 7, 2018.RRCHNM@
Stephen Robertson will be participating in a roundtable on digital humanities at Case Western University, from 11.35am-12.45pm on April 25, 2018RRCHNM@
A concert and symposium showcasing the work for the ReSounding the Archive project will be held at the the Colonnade Club on the campus of the University of Virginia on April 24, from 5.30-8 pm. The project brings World War I sheet music to life through recordings and live performances, and a website that will provide digitized sheet music, historical context, and usable recordings of each song.RRCHNM@
Sheila Brennan will be facilitating a roundtable entitled “Extending the Power of Public History through Open Access Digital Publishing,” at the National Council on Public History Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, on April 20, from 3.30-5.00pm.RRCHNM@
Sean Takats will be presenting “Managing research photos and archival images with Tropy” at the European University Institute in Florence, on March 21, 2018RRCHNM@
The Current Research in Digital History 2018 conference will be held in Founders Hall at George Mason University in Arlington, VA, on Saturday, March 17, 2018.
CRDH is an annual one-day conference that publishes online, peer-reviewed proceedings. Its primary aim is to encourage and publish scholarship in digital history that offers discipline-specific arguments and interpretations. A format of short presentations provides an opportunity to make an argument on the basis of ongoing research in a larger project.
Registration and Program Information is available here@RRCHNM
Kelly Schrum will be leading a digital storytelling workshop at Bates College on March 15, 2018.RRCHNM@
Sara Collini will be participating in a panel session on Eagle Eye Citizen and critical thinking for the American Federation of Teachers Share My Lesson Virtual Conference, “Metacognition and Media: Developing Students’ Critical Thinking Skills.” The session will be live March 15, 2018 at 4pm eastern time.RRCHNM@
Stephen Robertson will be delivering the keynote presentation, “Reimagining Black Urban Space in the 1920s and 1930s: Mapping Places, Events, and Networks with Digital Harlem,” at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of History’s James A. Rawley Conference in the Humanities, on March 9, 2018.RRCHNM@