In celebration of its Fifth Anniversary, Digital Frontiers invites members of the digital humanities community to submit proposals sharing their passions as they engage in digital endeavors. Proposals that discuss how digital researchers situate themselves within this community of practice will be especially welcomed.
We are delighted to announce that Digital Frontiers has received the endorsement and sponsorship of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH). The sponsorship includes a financial award of $750 which will offset travel expenses for one keynote speaker.
Ryan Skinnell is an assistant professor of Rhetoric and Composition in the Department of English at San José State University. He was formerly an assistant professor in the English Department at the University of North Texas, where he taught courses in the rhetoric and writing concentration.
Olivier Burtin is a fifth-year graduate student in History at Princeton University. He graduated from Sciences Po (Paris) in 2011 with a M.A. in History.
The Digital Libraries Division has completed a self-audit that looks at the policies, documentation, and infrastructure associated with the UNT Libraries' Digital Collections. In this information session, we'll discuss the audit process, lessons-learned, and next steps.
Join us to learn how the Portal to Texas History has shaped historians' research.
Dr. Mark Vosvick is a behavioral scientist and associate professor of counseling psychology in UNT’s College of Arts and Sciences. Vosvick trained at Yale, Rutgers, Harvard, Stanford and the Medical College of Wisconsin before coming to UNT.
The UNT Libraries’ Digital Collections have completed a self-audit of their digital repository policies, documentation, and infrastructure in accordance with the Trustworthy Repositories Audit & Certification: Criteria and Checklist (TRAC).
Blerim Elmazi is a senior at the University of North Texas double majoring in Political Science and History. He is a member of the UNT Honors College and is currently writing a thesis on third parties and campaign finance in American politics. After graduation he will attend law school in the fall semester.
Please join us on Thursday, November 5, when 2015 Fellow Evan C. Rothera will give his lecture "'There are in Texas men who have suffered much’: Reconstruction in the Lone Star State" from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Willis Library room 250H.