A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an international celebration of technology in the service of the humanities. Join UNT librarians, faculty, staff, and students to learn about digital humanities concepts, projects, and tools.
Dr. Andrew Yox is the Honors Director at Northeast Texas Community College.
Webcast from the 5th Annual Digital Frontiers conference at Rice University. Patrick Meier (author, Digital Humanitarians), "From I, Robot to WeRobotics: Humanitarian Robotics in Action"
Webcast from the 5th Annual Digital Frontiers conference at Rice University. Roopika Risam (Salem State University), "Burning Down the Tent: New Futures for Social Justice and Digital Humanities"
Tyler Thompson is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Texas A&M University. He received his bachelors and masters in history from UT-San Antonio. Tyler's dissertation examines how racial and gendered rhetoric underscored conquest across Texas which was justified in subsequent myths and memories of the history of the state. He was born in Austin, Texas and plans to teach and research for a university when he graduates.
The 5th annual Digital Frontiers conference and THATCamp will be held September 22-24 at Rice University in Houston. It is hosted by Rice's Fondren Library and the Humanities Research Center.
Dennis Michael Mims is a doctoral candidate at University of Texas at Dallas. He received his B.A. in Historical Studies from UT Dallas and his M.S. in History from University of North Texas. After completing his Ph.D., he plans on having a career in academia. Dennis Michael plans on teaching and researching and writing about civil rights and social movements. He is a native Texan who comes from a close-knit family that lives here in the DFW Metroplex.
Ben Davis’ work investigates the social experience of architecture by documenting the historic structures that have accommodated cultural rituals for over 150 years in Texas.
Breylin Becton is a recent graduate from UNT’s Mayborn School of Journalism. He graduated with a BA in Journalism with a focus in broadcast and a minor in political science.
Please join us on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 when 2016 Fellow Hillary Anderson will give her lecture Radicalizing the South: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in 1970s Liberation Movements at 1:00 p.m. in Willis Library, Room 340.
According to Anderson, her project "seeks to locate subaltern voices that add depth, richness, a fresh geography, and complexity to the historical narrative of civil rights in the 1970s.."