CFP

There are still spots at THATCamp NE 2012, so if you want to attend, go to the registration page and sign up!

If you have already registered, you should have received an approval email, with information about how to log into the site. You can also check to see if you appear on the Campers page.

Please email *protected email* if you have any questions.

We are proud to announce that the third annual THATCamp NE will be held at Brown University in Providence, RI on October 19-20, with a great workshop program being planned for Friday, Oct. 19, and the (as always) stimulating, entertaining and enthusiastic THATCamp sessions all day Saturday, Oct. 20.

The THATCamp New England twitter account will continue to be @THATCampNE and our hashtag will be #thatcampne.

We are looking for people to help out with THATCamp – to suggest workshops that they want to teach or attend, to help us get the word out, to make donations and, most importantly, to attend. If you would like to volunteer, please email *protected email*

THATCamp NE is sponsored by Nercomp, Brown University, Microsoft and the Brown University Library, and is organized under the aegis of thatcamp.org.

The Humanities and Technology Camp—or THATCamp—is a user-generated “unconference” in the digital humanities. Instead of being constructed around a specific theme or discipline, the program is based on attendee interests and is agreed upon at the beginning of the event. An unconference relies heavily on interaction and face-to-face conversations. THATCamp participants present their work, share their knowledge, and actively collaborate with fellow participants.

During THATCamp, sessions will likely range from discussions of current issues in digital scholarship, pedagogy, and curation to software demos, training sessions, and lightning talks. In other words, participants are neither expected nor encouraged to present formally arranged talks, papers, or panels. Prior to the event, participants will be invited to contribute to the THATCamp New England website and share their ideas for potential THATCamp sessions. Once at the event, they will collectively agree on the sessions where those conversations will take place.

3 Responses to CFP

  1. Linda Beaulieu says:

    I am interested since I team teach Humanities with a colleague in the Art Department, but I need to know costs and times.

  2. Ryan says:

    Is anyone coming from Boston and interested in carpooling? Find me on Twitter @ryweb or #thatcampne

  3. Michael says:

    I am interested in the digital humanities and teach in graduate program organized around the theme of the humanities and technology – I am interested in doing whatever to help with the unconference including presenting or facilitating

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