Upcoming Duke & Wired! Events

March 23, 2017

We in the lab are excited about the range of conversations happening around digital humanities at Duke this spring! Here are some of the upcoming events that feature Wired! Lab scholars:

Monday, March 20th

Munch & Mull Duke Libraries Discussion Group
Unconventional Curriculum — Encouraging students’ scholarly use of images
12:00-1:00pm – Lee Sorensen
(Murthy Digital Studio, Bostock Library)

Friday, March 24th

“Humanities at Large” Visiting Faculty Fellows Conference
Transforming Pedagogy: How can we best engage undergraduate students in the process of research and the production of knowledge in the Humanities?
1:00-2:30pm – Sheila Dillon & Elizabeth Langridge-Noti
(Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room, 153 Rubenstein Library)

What is the future of digital humanities?
This event will feature speakers on the topical issue of digital humanities and its ramifications for the future direction of Comparative Literature studies.
2:30-5:30pm – Valerie Beaudouin, Caroline Bruzelius, Alex Gil
(Perkins 217)

Thursday, March 30th

GIS Summit: Dissecting Humanities GIS Projects: Cross-sections, Guts and a Good Story
The purpose of this lecture and round-table discussion is to construct a cross-section of the spatial humanities process by dissecting a handful of projects according to their purpose, tools chosen, required knowledge, and audience.
4:00-6:00pm – Edward Triplett, Brian Norberg
(Collision Space – Bay 10, 2nd Floor)

Friday, March 31st

GIS Summit: 3D Mapping
3D Mapping for Historical Subjects – Opportunities and ObstaclesEdward Triplett
Cesium, open formats and the future of streaming 3D geospatial over the web – Todd Smith (Product Manager, Cesium)
9:30-11:30am
(PhD Lab, Bay 4, 1st Floor, Smith Warehouse)

Visualization Friday Forum
Digital Visualizations of an Early Modern Portrait of Venice
12:00-1:00pm – Kristin Huffman Lanzoni
(D106 LSRC)

Wednesday, April 12th

Managing Qualitative Research
Talk and moderated discussion with PhD students about challenges to managing and analyzing their research data and the ways in which digital tools (DEVONThink and NVivo, respectively) helped them to address these needs.
12:00-1:00pm – Kathryn Desplanque, Andrew Van Horn Ruoss, Victoria Szabo (moderator)
(Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall – C105, Bay 4 (South), Smith Warehouse)

Saturday, May 6, 2017

FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities Fellows Symposium
Please join us for this half-day symposium marking the end of the first year of the Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI) – North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Digital Humanities Initiative.
10:00am – 2:00pm
(North Carolina Central University)