Please join the Center for Digital Scholarship for a new DH Salon, launching Friday, October 29, at noon in the Digital Scholarship Lab in the Rockefeller Library or via the Zoom* link below. DH Salons will take place every other Friday.
At these informal “brown-bag” meetings, we invite discussion and exploration of digital humanities projects, scholarship, careers, and pedagogy. Each session will feature a different presenter, including graduate students, faculty and staff at Brown and beyond.
First two meetings:
- Creating a Career in Digital Scholarship
- Ashley Champagne (Head, Digital Scholarship Project Planning, CDS) and Allison Levy (Digital Scholarship Editor, CDS)
- Taking the Reins, Harnessing the Digital: Enabling and Supporting Public Scholarship in Graduate Level Training
- Sara Mohr (PhD candidate in Brown University’s Department of Egyptology and Assyriology, Brown)
*NOTE: All DH salons will take place on Fridays at noon in a hybrid format. Please do join us in person in the DSL in the Rock if you can, but those who prefer or need to Zoom in may using this link: https://brown.zoom.us/j/92773576774.
Our December meetings will take place on December 3 and 17 — additional information to follow.
For more information, contact Ashley_Champagne@brown.edu.