The goal of this speaker series is to invite students, faculty, and others in attendance, to explore the possibilities and challenges that come with the use of digital technology in historical and other humanities research.
Our invited speakers will discuss their experiences with using technology in their research, and they will also be invited to address larger questions regarding the future of computing and humanities research. They are selected to represent a variety of historical fields and a variety of technologies, so that our series might offer the broadest possible introduction to the ways that historians are using computing technology.
Each speaker will also hold a workshop, which will introduce the technology or technologies most relevant to the speaker's own research.
The lectures are free and open to the public. But space is limited for the workshops, so if you would like to attend a workshop, please contact us.