Registration is now Open!

Please click the registration link to register for THATCamp NE 2012. We are looking forward to seeing you here.

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About Elli Mylonas

Senior Digital Humanities Librarian and former classicist, and in the Center for Digital Scholarship where I work on digital humanities projects. Generally a text-based life form, but flirts with spatial and visual symbolic representations.

4 Responses to Registration is now Open!

  1. Peter Gault says:

    I am interested in making learning interactive.

  2. I’m interested in building emergent web (and Web) life-forms where the shifting spaces and edges are as important as the nodes, and would like to find tools that actually help in representing the semantics, structure, and dynamics of such life-forms.

  3. Karl Schnapp says:

    Does anyone know what’s going on with THATCamp? I registered 2 weeks ago and there’s been no word, no confirmation, nothing. This sounds impatient, yes. But the conference is 3 weeks away and registrants like me need to make plans to take time away from work, get classes covered, etc.

    Anybody know anything?

  4. One of the items I’d like to propose for discussion among fellow graduate students attending THATCamp NE is: what are your needs and interests regarding academic preparation to pursue work in the digital humanities field? This informal input, plus any blogging on the subject that fellow campers might be inclined to pursue on the topic, will be used to supplement a session at the American Studies Association Conference called, “Digital Dimensions of Graduate Education in American Studies.” Also, because digital humanities work is highly collaborative, I’d like to propose a session in which attendees can share their ideas about how to work together on project teams more effectively.

    A bit about me: Clarissa Ceglio (@cjceglio) is a Research Associate at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University and a PhD candidate in the Department of American Studies at Brown University. Her research, teaching and public humanities work focuses on 19th- and 20th-century US cultural history with complementary emphases in material and visual culture studies. Her scholarship has its roots in her earlier 20-year career as a writer and editor in the arts, museum, and medical fields. At the CHNM, she currently serves as managing editor for a new WordPress-based state encyclopedia project and as project manager for a prototype web site that will explore US culture and history through iconic songs. The latter collaboration is being undertaken with the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for American Music and is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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