Keynote Speaker: Seth Denbo
Co-sponsored by the History Department and the Public History Program
As the field of digital humanities becomes an ever more important facet of both research and teaching, we need to find means for ensuring that the work is properly evaluated and that credit is given to the scholars who engage in it. The problems associated with developing this are complex, and new modes of research and publication have proven difficult to incorporate into disciplines that have traditionally put high value on print. Scholarly societies have an important role to play in encouraging creative thought and action about how best to accommodate these new modes within our disciplines.
|Wednesday, October 25th|
Seth Denbo, American Historical Association
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM