Contact Us

Events

What Happens When Robots Write? A Talk by Bill Hart-Davidson — 9/24

September 24, 4-5:30pm Gerber Lounge (Room 304) English-Philosophy Building Iowa City, IA 52242   Did a robot write this blurb? How would we know?  In this talk, Bill Hart-Davidson, Associate Professor and Senior Researcher in the Writing in Digital Environments Research Center and Associate Dean for Graduate Education at Michigan State University, will address that last question […]

Continue Reading

Digital Bridges Symposium–8/8-8/10

August 8, 1pm – August 10, 5:30pm University of Iowa and Grinnell College With generous support from our institutions and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Digital Bridges for Humanistic Inquiry: A Grinnell College/University of Iowa Partnership has been a fascinating, rewarding, and instructive experience in collaboration, digital pedagogy, and digital humanities practice. Our August […]

Continue Reading

Andrew Stauffer Workshop–4/17

April 17th, 10 am-12am University of Iowa Main Library Room 2032 In the “Book Traces Scavenger Hunt” workshop led by Andrew Stauffer, groups will search a given section of the Main Library stacks (usually PR and PS call numbers), looking for interesting marks by original owners in older books. Many books from the nineteenth and early-twentieth […]

Continue Reading

Andrew Stauffer Public Lecture–4/16

April 16th, 4-5 pm Gerber Lounge, 304 English-Philosophy Building, University of Iowa Digital Bridges is pleased to welcome Andrew Stauffer to University of Iowa. Stauffer is an Associate Professor of English at University of Virginia and the Director of NINES: Nineteenth-Century Scholarship Online. In his talk, “Garden of Verse: Poems, Flowers, and Nineteenth-Century Readers,”  Stauffer will […]

Continue Reading

Spatial Humanities and the Study of Literature–2/23

Please join us for a seminar on spatial humanities with Dr. Michael Gavin (University of South Carolina). We will meet Friday, Feb. 23rd, 12:00-2:00 at the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Library. Seating is limited so please register here. The seminar revolves around readings drawn from the recent collection, Literary Mapping in the Digital Age (Routledge […]

Continue Reading

Introduction to Literary GIS–2/22

Please join us for a workshop with Dr. Michael Gavin (University of South Carolina) on February 22nd, 4:00-5:30, 1015A Main Library, Digital Studio Classroom. This workshop will cover the basics of GIS for literary scholarship. Participants will get hands on experience in analyzing and mapping literary data. Beginners are especially welcome. Please register here. For more […]

Continue Reading

How to Harvest History — 2/2-2/3* note time change

A talk and workshop with Dr. Rebecca Wingo, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Liberal Arts at Macalester College, (PhD, History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln), author of Homesteading the Plains: Toward a New History (University of Nebraska Press, 2017). The History Harvest is a community-based, student-driven archive project. Members of a community partner group bring artifacts of significance […]

Continue Reading

Diversity and Digital Pedagogy Workshop (11/7/17)

Gabrielle Foreman, Ned B. Allen Professor of English and Professor of Black American Studies & History at The University of Delaware, will lead a workshop on Diversity and Digital Pedagogy, Tuesday, November 7, 2-3:30pm, at The University of Iowa Main Library, Digital Research and Publishing Classroom. Registration is required. Dr. Foreman will introduce the Colored […]

Continue Reading