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DH Working Group 2012 - 2016

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DH Working Group 2012 – 2016

The Digital Humanities Working Group hosted a lecture series, “Perspectives on Digital Humanities”, and a brown bag workshop series in 2012-2013.  The lecture series brought major figures in this emerging interdisciplinary field to campus and featured current digital humanities projects that UD faculty and graduate students have been undertaking.  The brown bag workshop series gave faculty and students opportunities to learn more about the University of Delaware Library resources supporting digital research and teaching in the humanities.

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Maureen Cech is an assistant librarian in the Manuscripts and Archives Department in the University of Delaware Library, where she processes manuscript collections -primarily literary collections- teaches instruction sessions using primary sources, and curates exhibitions using special collections materials.  She received her B.A. in English and graphic design from La Salle University in 2005, her Masters of Arts in English from the University of Delaware in 2007, and her Masters of Library Science from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2009.  Prior to coming to the University of Delaware Library in 2010, Cech was the assistant curator of the Literary Manuscripts at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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~ UD Library announces digital humanities research guide, sampler workshop (Oct. 31, 2012)

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Perspectives on Digital Humanities – “Measuring the Impact of the Digital Humanities”, Simon Tanner, Kings College (Nov. 14, 2012)Simon Tanner is an academic and consultant in how the digital domain relates to library, museum and archiving digital strategies.  Tanner is Director of King’s Digital Consultancy Services at King’s College London.  He is part of the Centre for the Computing in Humanities management team and a Business Fellow.

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Maureen Cech is an assistant librarian in the Manuscripts and Archives Department in the University of Delaware Library, where she processes manuscript collections -primarily literary collections- teaches instruction sessions using primary sources, and curates exhibitions using special collections materials.  She received her B.A. in English and graphic design from La Salle University in 2005, her Masters of Arts in English from the University of Delaware in 2007, and her Masters of Library Science from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2009.  Prior to coming to the University of Delaware Library in 2010, Cech was the assistant curator of the Literary Manuscripts at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Ann Ardis has served since 2002 on the advisory board for the Modernist Journals Project, a major digital research and teaching resource for the student of modernism and English-language periodicals that are hosted by Brown University and the University of Tulsa.  She also serves on the editorial board of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, a peer-reviewed online journal, and she participated in the NINES/NEH Summer Institute on "Evaluating Digital Scholarship" in June 2011.  Professor Ardis is the director of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center and co-editor of Modernism/modernity.  She currently serves as the senior vice provost for graduate and professional education,

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~ UD Library announces digital humanities research guide, sampler workshop (Oct. 31, 2012)

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Perspectives on Digital Humanities – “Measuring the Impact of the Digital Humanities”, Simon Tanner, Kings College (Nov. 14, 2012)Simon Tanner is an academic and consultant in how the digital domain relates to library, museum and archiving digital strategies.  Tanner is Director of King’s Digital Consultancy Services at King’s College London.  He is part of the Centre for the Computing in Humanities management team and a Business Fellow.

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