Reflecting on DH2012: Rebecca Sutton Koeser's thoughts on this summer's Digital Humanities Conference
Every summer, the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations host the Digital Humanities conference. This summer, the conference was held at the University of Hamburg and Emory University Libraries was represented by Brian Croxall (DiSC) and Rebecca Sutton Koeser (DPS). Rebecca has captured her thoughts on the conference in a series of posts for the library software team's Tech Know How site. They are thorough and insightful and I am happy to share them with you.
For those of you who don't know Rebecca, she earned her Ph.D. in English Literature from Emory and has been working as a Senior Software Engineer in the Robert W. Woodruff Library. She has worked on several digital scholarship projects including the Emory Women Writers Resource Project. Starting this fall, she will be partnering with DiSC on a project called Networking the Belfast Group.
The first post consists of Rebecca's general reflections on the conference and the subsequent posts are detailed reactions to specific panels and workshops.
In the Blog
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Tusks and Teeth
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Civil War Cannonballs
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Three Dimensional Poetry
- MARBL Launches Artists' Books Showcase
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: The McCord Latin Prize Medal
- Announcing the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship
- Summer Reading EBooks and AudioBooks
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Charles H. Herty Turpentine Cup
- Postcolonial Studies @ Emory
- A Beautifully Illustrated Book in the Seydel Collection