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The 2024 Miami Digital Humanities Forum

The 2024 Miami Digital Humanities Forum

All members of the Miami community are invited to the Miami University Digital Humanities Forum, which will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16, with a reception at 3 p.m.

Co-sponsored by the Miami Libraries and the Humanities Center, this event will feature short presentations from Miami faculty about using digital tools and methods for research and teaching in the humanities.

After the talks, there will be a reception at 3 p.m., where attendees can meet and talk with Digital Humanities-interested Miami faculty and students.

This year’s forum presentations include:

  • Robbyn Abbitt GIS Coordinator and Associate Director, Geospatial Analysis Center, Mapping Oxford Cemetery - A Town & Gown Collaboration.
  • Tim Lockridge Associate Professor, English, Writing, Technologies, and the Problem with Schooling.
  • Stephen Norris Director of the Havighurst Center, Walter E. Havighurst Professor, History, The Maidan Revolution in Photographs: Curating a Digital Archive.
  • Inaki Pradanos Professor and Chair, Spanish and Portuguese, Why the Environmental Humanities Matter to Understand the Deep Impacts of AI.