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The Tinkering Humanist-Versions and Versioning with Juxta

In our second workshop, we cover Versions and Versioning with Juxta. Scholarly editions have witnessed a radical transformation in the digital age. Whereas traditional “versioning”–the comparison of multiple versions of a text–relied on the limitations of the print format, digital editions allow more fluid and nimble presentation of the transformation of a text over time. We […]

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The Tinkering Humanist-Topic Modelling

In our first workshop, we cover the suite of topic-modelling tools known as Voyant. Have you ever wished you could simply press a button and see the major topics of a novel or book of poetry? With this workshop on Voyant Tools, you can! This is the first workshop in a series of Digital Humanities […]

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Project Management for Digital Humanities Collaborations

Date: Friday, September 16, 2016 Time: Separate morning and afternoon events (see below) Co-sponsors: Digital Bridges for Humanistic Inquiry: A Grinnell College/University of Iowa Partnership & the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Presenter Bio: Tom Scheinfeldt is Associate Professor of Digital Humanities and Director of Greenhouse Studios, a scholarly communications design studio at the University of […]

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Shakespeare Folio Event: Shakespeare Video Game Play and Talk

Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2016 Time: 12pm – 7pm Co-Sponsors: Digital Bridges for Humanistic Inquiry: A Grinnell College/University of Iowa Partnership, the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, and Main Library Shakespeare Organizing Committee 12:00 – 7:00 Play the Knave Video Game Choose your scene, your actor/avatar, your set—and strike the pose for Shakespeare Karaoke! Location: Main […]

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2016 Summer Institute – Making Meaning with Data in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The 2016 DBSI will introduce its participants to the foundational processes of data collection and manipulation leading to the compelling visual narratives of projects such as Railroads and the Making of Modern America, Hans Rosling’s visualizations of global population data, and What Jane Saw. For complete information about this event, click here.

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WorldCanvass

This WorldCanvass could be a preview of coming attractions—for our Digital Brides Summer Institute on TITLE. WorldCanvass tackles informatics—also known as big data—on its final program of the 2015-2016 season. Guests from the diverse fields of computer science, medicine, sociology, public health, and geographical and sustainability sciences will discuss the proliferation of big data and […]

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Kim Knight Workshop

Kim Knight Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Communications University of Texas at Dallas kimknight.com, Twitter @purplekimchi           Friday, April 15th, 12-4:30PM, Belin-Blank Honors Center (Room 440) – The University of Iowa Fashioning Circuits combines scholarship and university coursework with community engagement to encourage underrepresented groups to overcome individual and social barriers to […]

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Anne Valk @ UIowa

Make sure to REGISTER HERE  if you are planning to attend. Thursday, April 14, 12-1:30PM/3:30-5:30PM, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Co-sponsored with the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies and the Department of History 12-1:30PM: LUNCH DISCUSSION with Anne Valk and Leslie Brown “PHD Pathways: An Informal Discussion for Humanities Graduate Students and Faculty Interested in Exploring Routes to Diverse Careers.” Lunch will be […]

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