On October 14 and 15, the digital humanities community at UVa will come together for a multiplicity of conversations about what is happening in DH here now. As the community of practice grows and evolves, we are taking a moment to reflect and exchange ideas about what can happen in the future. Join us in the Auditorium, Harrison Institute & Small Special Collections Library, for lightning talks, roundtables, and ongoing public dialogue. Invited speakers include Lauren Klein, Tanya Clement, and Chris Johanson.
To learn more and register, please visit the conference web site at dh.virginia.edu/conference. DH@UVa 2016 is free and open to the public, and is being organized by Alison Booth, Academic Director of the Scholars’ Lab; David Germano, Director of SHANTI; and Worthy Martin, Director of IATH, with the support of Judy Thomas, Senior Director of Academic Engagement, UVa Library. The event was initiated and is being sponsored by Ron Hutchins, Vice President for Information Technology; Archie Holmes, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs; Francesca Fiorani, Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities; and John Unsworth, Dean of Libraries and University Librarian.