The Digital Humanities Fellows Lecture Series begins on Friday, March 18th. The DH Fellows Lecture Series brings together the campus DH community for the scholarly presentation and informal discussion of specific aspects of digital humanities practice. Each meeting a different Fellow presents their ongoing work before the conversation is opened to hands-on experimentation in addition to questions, and comments. Intended to further the critical understanding and practice of the digital humanities at Berkeley, these lectures are intended for both existing and prospective DH practitioners. Learn more about the DH Fellows’ projects.

Upcoming Lectures

Digital Corpora, Digital Editions, and Network Databases

Scott McGinnis, Matthew A. Berry, and Michael Zellmann-Rohrer
Friday, March 18, 12:00pm – 1:30pm, 120 Durant Hall

Critical Making

Alexandra Saum Pascual, Edmund Campion and Rama Gottfried, Scott Rubin and Ursula Kwong-Brown (Center for New Music and Audio Technologies)
Friday, April 1, 12:00pm – 1:30pm,­ 120 Durant Hall

Data Science and Digital Humanities Education

Cathryn Carson and Rochelle Terman
Friday, April 29, 12:00pm – 1:30pm, Academic Innovation Studio (Dwinelle 127)