Many, many thanks to those wonderful FIMS students who created and participated in the joint CLA-SLA conference today, Humans of New Librarianship. I greatly enjoyed presenting my talk, "Human Traces: Searching for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Digital System" to this group of engaged future leaders of the field. In this talk, I encouraged… Continue reading FIMS CLA-SLA 2014 Conference: Humans of New Librarianship
Tag: Digital Humanities
Fall Updates: IIT Lecture in “Defining Boundaries and Goals in the Digital Humanities” Series
On September 20th, I had the pleasure of traveling to the Illinois Institute of Technology to deliver the first talk in IIT's fall series, "Defining Boundaries and Goals in the Digital Humanities." My talk, entitled, "Digital Humanity: Foregrounding Human Traces in Technological Systems (and Why We Should Care)," was followed by a lively and engaging… Continue reading Fall Updates: IIT Lecture in “Defining Boundaries and Goals in the Digital Humanities” Series
HASTAC V, Dec 1-3, Ann Arbor, MI
2011-2012 marks my third year participating in the HASTAC program, an international collaboratory of scholars who meet primarily online to discuss issues of new media, teaching and learning in all of the breadth and depth implied. As such, the opportunity to meet people from across the world with whom one has interacted is to be… Continue reading HASTAC V, Dec 1-3, Ann Arbor, MI
Assistant Professor, Digital Environments/Digital Humanities, University of Michigan
The University of Michigan's School of Information (SI) seeks an outstanding tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant Professor level to help establish a vigorous program of research and teaching in Digital Environments/Digital Humanities. New technologies and digital environments offer transformative opportunities for the humanities. At the same time, they bring unheralded challenges for accountability, authority, representation, intelligibility, and the assessment of value. Candidates for this position should have a demonstrated research record investigating topics of concern in the digital humanities. Potential areas of research include (but are not limited to) virtual collaboration in the humanities; design of interactive humanities-related media; credibility and authority of digital content; ethnography or history of digital culture; and curation of digital resources.