A Digital Humanities Showcase – November 17

Join us for an exciting program  featuring Tom Kinsella from Stockton University’s Digital Humanities Center along with two students who have been involved with Stockton’s digital humanities efforts.  They will discuss projects that have been successfully implemented at Stockton across disciplines. Key takeaways about digital humanities pedagogy, planning and execution will be discussed.

Tuesday, November 17
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Walsh Library – Beck Rooms

Featured Speakers:

Thomas E. Kinsella
Professor of Literature
Director, South Jersey Culture & History Center and Acting Director, Digital Humanities Center, Stockton University

Ashley Grubb
Stockton Digital Humanities Intern

Stephanie Allen
Graduate Stockton’s Masters in American Studies program

DH@Stockton has three primary goals:  1) To serve as a model for digital humanities pedagogy and scholarship at a small college; 2) To train Stockton students to integrate their humanistic knowledge with digital competencies for the 21st century; and 3) To provide faculty support for digital humanities related projects through the digital humanities internship program.

The center is an incubator and disseminator of work in the digital humanities by Stockton students, faculty, and affiliates. It is designed to facilitate participation in the emerging field of digital humanities by increasing awareness and visibility of what members of the Stockton community are already doing with digital media, as well as by encouraging and assisting the development of innovative digital materials.

Come be inspired by the projects being developed at Stockton University and get ideas for projects of your own!

Light refreshments will be served.

This event is sponsored by The Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR) Faculty Development & Best Practices Committee and The Digital Humanities Committee.

Faculty interested in applying to be a 2016 Digital Humanities Faculty Fellow are encouraged to attend.

Follow the Digital Humanities Blog for the latest information. The Digital Humanities initiative is funded by the Provost’s Office.