DH Kitchen is a series of informal meetings that brings faculty and students together to workshop specific DH projects-in-progress (Hands on Kitchens) or to engage in discussion about open topics and questions pertaining to the digital humanities (Open Kitchens). The meetings are intended for DH novices as well as more experienced practitioners in the digital humanities. By hosting DH Kitchens, we hope to expand and deepen Wake Forest’s DH community of practice by providing face-to-face and hands-on time together, as well as foster a culture of ongoing DH learning and experimentation.
- Spring Kitchen Recap: Carrie Johnston, Monique O’ConnellSpring ’17 brought the Reynolda Campus not only blooming flora and gentle mists but also two DH Kitchen events. In late March, Carrie Johnston, Digital Humanities Research Designer at ZSR library, presented a talk entitled “One Map, Four Ways.” Johnston’s talk demonstrated ways in which digital tools can both enhance and limit humanities research and pedagog […]
- DH Kitchen and Humanities Conversation: Assessing Digital ScholarshipPlease join faculty colleagues on Friday, November 4, in 301 Reynolda Hall from 3:00-4:00pm, for a special DH Kitchen/Humanities Conversation session on Assessing Digital Humanities Scholarship. Following up on Todd Presner’s October 18th guest lecture, we will discuss ways to support and facilitate digital humanities research within academic departments. Pr […]
- DH Kitchen: Assessing Digital Humanities ScholarshipJoin us for a special DH Kitchen/Humanities Conversations lecture on Tuesday, October 18 at 5:15 p.m. in the ZSR Library Auditorium (ZSR 404). Todd Presner will be presenting a talk entitled, “Assessing Digital Humanities Scholarship: Challenges, Opportunities, and Perspectives.” (Read the preview: Presner’s Journal of Digital Humanities article, “How to Eva […]
DH Speaker Series
The DH Speaker Series features in-depth presentations about specific DH projects by guest speakers, as well as Wake Forest faculty and students.
- DH Speaker Series: Michael NewtonThe DH Speaker Series continues with Michael Newton, Technology Lead at the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative and Digital Innovation Lab. Join us on Friday, October 23 at 3:00 p.m. in Reynolda 301 for his talk titled “DH Sustainability: How the UNC Digital Innovation Lab Addresses Concerns of Maintenance, Portability and Generality in Digital Humanities […]
- DH Speaker Series: Mark SampleJoin us on Friday, April 10 at 2:00 p.m. in Reynolda 301 for a DH Speaker Series talk. Mark Sample (Associate Professor of Digital Studies at Davidson College) will give a talk titled “A Maze of Twisty Little Passages: From Bits to Books and Back Again.” Mark Sample is, in his own words, a “literary scholar […]
- DH Speaker Series: Ryan ShawJoin us on February 13 at 2:30 p.m. in Reynolda 301 for the first DH Speaker Series event of 2015. Ryan Shaw (Assistant Professor of Information & Library Science at UNC-Chapel Hill) will give a talk titled “Sorry Things Are Such a Mess: Computational Text Analysis in Practice.” Once a tool for the select […]
Faculty Seminar 2012–2013
In 2012–2013 a group of Wake Forest faculty from across many disciplines participated in a faculty seminar titled ‘Digital Humanities: Practices, Perspectives and Pedagogy’, sponsored by the Humanities Institute. Learn more about the faculty seminar, including its central questions and insights.
Our goalThe DH Community is a program of Wake Forest's Humanities Institute. We are faculty from across campus interested in investigating the emergence of digital humanities as a field of study, and its relevance and usefulness as a research and teaching tool in the humanities.
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