Entries by Alexandra Margolin

DH@CC 2016 Summer Institute Schedule

The Summer Institute will run daily from 10am-4pm the week of May 23-27. All Claremont faculty and staff are welcome to attend any sessions that are of interest. All morning sessions will run from 10am-12pm and all afternoon sessions will run from 1pm-4pm. There will be a lunch break each day from 12-1pm. Location The […]

DH@CC’s Two New Courses for Fall 2016

Are you a Claremont Colleges undergrad intrigued by the thought of doing research and production using 21st Century technologies? Perhaps you’re at the Claremont Graduate University and interested in Digital Humanities methods? Whether you’re experienced in these topics or not, we’re excited to offer you two new course offerings for the Fall 2016 semester. DH […]

Announcing the 2016 DH@CC Grant Winners

We are excited to announce the 2016 Faculty Programs Recipients! The selection committee, comprised of faculty from across the 5C’s and members of the DH@CC staff, received over thirty applications for our 2016 programs and choosing our final group of recipients was a difficult process. Digital Humanities at the Claremont Colleges (DH@CC) takes an expansive […]

Geert Lovink, USC Media Arts + Practice PhDs, and RUST LTD to Converge on the Claremont Colleges

The presentresolved legal conflict between the FBI and Apple regarding access to the iPhone of the San Bernardino murderers is only one stage in the larger theater of privacy and government regulations made famous by whistle-blower Edward Snowden. Though even this broad conversation is part of a grander narrative on cultural values in our era […]

DHarmony expands Digital Humanities at the Claremont Colleges, sees launch of the DH Studio

Aptly named DHarmony merged various Digital Humanities activities at Claremont Colleges Library and Digital Humanities at the Claremont Colleges (DH@CC) into a single-day event on April 8th. In the morning, Digital Scholarship Librarian Ashley Sanders provided an overview of Digital Humanities to faculty, staff, and graduate students in attendance at this new event which replaces […]

Apply for the 2016 Digital Humanities Summer Institute!

The Summer Institute is an immersive, week long experience for faculty who are interested in learning more about what digital humanities is, understanding critical debates in and around digital humanities, and how to understand and use digital tools. There is a $1,000 stipend for attending. The 2016 DH Summer Institute will be held from May […]

Coming Soon: Tool Shed at the Honnold Library

Curious about Google Glass, Arduino, data visualization, or how to create multimedia projects? Wish to augment your technical knowledge when creating digital humanities projects? The Digital Tool Shed can help! In addition to the makeover planned for the Digital Humanities Studio, the GIS Lab at the Honnold Library is going to be renovated over Summer, […]

Scripps Humanities Institute 2016: Interventions and Resistance

Our colleagues at the Scripps College Humanities Institute have put together their 2016 program of lectures, performances, and workshops around the important topic of violence against races, classes, and genders in the U.S. From their site: “As agents of greater change, they further the urgent and necessary work of dismantling systems of inequality and social […]

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