April 23, 2014 HSSA Humanities in the Age of Technology Panel

The Humanities and Social Sciences Association (HSSA) is very happy to announce its second event on technology this year.
Advances in technology have long been changing the way scholars work in terms of teaching, research, and administrative duties. The HSSA is well aware that tomorrow’s scholars will work in a different world than that of today, and is therefore taking concrete steps to offer opportunities to learn about the uses of technology relevant to teaching and research in the humanities and social sciences.

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What is/are the Digital Humanities? Day of DH 2014

One of the most common questions from those outside (and still inside) the field is "What is/are the Digital Humanities?" Rather than come up with one centrally agreed upon answer, Day of DH celebrates diversity in the digital humanities community. Day of DH is an opportunity to follow along and see for yourself what digital humanists really do, through a worldwide blogging collaboration.

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Feb. 27 4-6PM: Robert Nelson on Topic Modeling and Textual Analysis of the Civil War

Join us next week for the "Computing and Practice of History" event with Dr. Robert Nelson (Digital Scholarship Lab) as he presents his talk, "Topic Modeling and Textual Analysis of the Civil War." 

When: February 27, 4pm - 6pm

Where: Maude Fife (315 Wheeler Hall), Reception to follow at D-Lab (356 Barrows Hall)


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Erik Champion's Upcoming Talks on Cultural Heritage, Virtual Environments, and Gaming

Join us in welcoming internationally renowned Erik Champion to UC Berkeley campus February 10-14, 2014 for a series of workshops and talks on critical gaming in cultural heritage, archaeology, and digital humanities. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to hear from Erik Champion! Remember to also check out our 'Events' page for a curated list of digital humanities events at UC Berkeley.

(Note the times and locations for each event)

“What is Virtual Heritage?”

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