WSU Library System Co-Sponsoring Network Detroit Digital Humanities Conference on September 21
The Wayne State University Library System is co-sponsoring the fourth annual Network Detroit Digital Humanities Conference on the campus of Wayne State University on Friday, September 21, 2018. The conference will take place in the African American Room on the ground floor of Manoogian Hall. The Library System has partnered with the DH@Wayne digital humanities faculty working group to bring together digital humanities speakers, practitioners, students, and those interested in learning more to an exciting day of presentations, lunch, and networking.
Wayne State School of Information Sciences students Alexandrea Penn, Laura Kennedy, Margaret Waligora, and Jodi Coalter will be presenting at the conference, joining many other students and professionals from the area.
ProQuest is sponsoring lunch for the conference, though you must register to have lunch provided. Registration is free- you can sign up here: https://forms.wayne.edu/5b686da5773e1
The conference schedule of events is here: http://detroitdh.org/2018-schedule/
Attendees – including SIS students and alumni – are encouraged to drop by any talks or panels that are of interest, or come for the day to learn about current research and practice in digital scholarship and digital humanities and meet some fine scholars from the region who do this work.