Networked Connections: Explorations Across Digital Humanities
Held on October 11–12, 2022
Co-organized by the San Diego State University Digital Humanities Center & San José State University King Library's Digital Humanities Center
Part of the CUNY Digital Humanities Research Institute
The DHRI is designed to introduce faculty, students, and staff to various approaches, methods and tools used in digital humanities and digital scholarship. It also offers collaboration and mentorship to SJSU and SDSU folks interested in starting their own digital research project or integrating digital tools and skill into their teaching.
Watch the recorded sessions below!
8:24 – Welcome and Introduction
- Dean Michael Meth, University Library, SJSU
- Dean Scott Walter, University Library, SDSU
- Katherine D. Harris, Director of Public Programming, College of Humanities and Arts, "Your Voice Matters: Digital Humanities @ the CSU"
- Christina Mune, University Library, "Deconstructing Digital Project Elements — How Did They Make That?”
Understand more about the foundations of digital humanities practice and digital scholarship practice. This session is followed with a Q&A.
- The Digital Project Lifecycle, Nick Szydlowski, University Library, SJSU
- Developing Digital Pedagogy, We all do it now!, Katherine D. Harris, Humanities and Arts, SJSU
- Collaboration and Student Labor Ethics, Pamella Lach, Digital Humanities Center, SDSU
Lightning Talks Part II: Deconstructing Digital Projects
Podcasting + DH Across Languages
Kylie Sago, European Studies, SDSU
Pamella Lach, Digital Humanities Center/University Library, SDSU
Gabriel Doyle, Linguistics and Asian/Middle Eastern Languages, SDSU
Jon Rawski, Linguistics and Language Development, SJSU
Data Visualization/Visual Culture
Chelsea Thompto, Digital Media Arts, SJSU
Elizabeth Pollard, History, SDSU
Digital Storytelling / Electronic Literature
Jonathan Gomez, Chicana/Chicano Studies, SJSU
Jessica Pressman, English & Comparative Literature, SDSU
Sureshi Jayawardene, Africana Studies, SDSU
Rhonda Holberton, Digital Media Arts, SJSU