humanidades digitales

Convocatoria: Panel “Decoding Canadian Digital Poetics” (Coord. Dr. Dani Spinosa, York University) // NeMLA 2017 (23-26 de marzo 2017)

Panel: Decoding Canadian Digital Poetics Primary Area / Secondary Area: Canadian / Interdisciplinary Humanities Chair(s): Dani Spinosa (York University) Abstract: For a long time now, Canadian poets (most notably bpNichol, but there are many others) have been credited with making significant initiatory experiments in the fields we now call electronic literature and digital poetics, but there has been relatively little work done examining what precisely constitutes a Canadian digital poetics, what kinds of writing constitute the genre, and what new reading practices are invited by these new projects in digital poetics. This panel looks at the emerging field of Canadian digital […]

Invitación: Curso Extraordinario “Patrimonio y Humanidades Digitales” (Instituto de Estudios Medievales y Renacentistas, Universidad de Salamanca, 24-26 de junio de 2015)

Curso Extraordinario Patrimonio y Humanidades Digitales Instituto de Estudios Medievales y Renacentistas. Universidad de Salamanca Fechas: 24-26 de junio de 2015 (miércoles–viernes) La producción en el ámbito de la Humanidades ha experimentado en los últimos años una transformación de crucial importancia. Tanto los medios de producción como la investigación que se hace de los textos de todos los tiempos exigen nuevas metodologías y permite nuevas aproximaciones gracias a las herramientas digitales que tenemos hoy a nuestro alcance. Los nuevos útiles permiten escrutar un inmenso corpus de textos y de imágenes, así como producir representaciones radicalmente nuevas cuyo estatus epistemológico está […]

Call for Submissions: Inertia. A Conference on Sound, Media, and the Digital Humanities

Dates and Venue: University of California, Los Angeles April 30 – May 2, 2015 Call for Submissions As both material artifacts and cultural processes, sound objects and musical media invoke the Einsteinian mantra, “nothing happens until something moves.” Music studies have dealt with this concept through the veins of teleology, codification, and rupture, while the Digital Humanities extends this challenge to forms of inertia old and new. This conference appeals to the curator who recognizes the creator in herself; the writer who transitions from word processor to image processing; the composer as user-experience designer; the archaeologist turned 3D installation artist; […]

McGill University: Digital Humanities Research Fellowship (M.A.)

The Digging into Data/Global Currents team at McGill University is offering a 2-year master’s fellowship based in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. The deadline for applications is Jan 30, 2014, for studies commencing in the Fall 2014 semester. Complete details are included in the attached PDF announcement. Questions can be addressed