Scholarly Communications and the Digital Humanities: Panel Discussion (4/7)

This panel discussion is being moderated by Draper’s Master Teacher in Art Worlds, Anna McCarthy.

Scholarly Communications and the Digital Humanities:
A Panel Discussion with Alexander Provan and Dan Cohen, moderated by Anna McCarthy
Thursday, April 7th, 2011
6 pm
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
20 Cooper Square, 5th Floor Conference Room
Free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary. Photo ID required.
The panel will discuss issues of readership, collaboration and format in the digital environment as they relate to the work of humanists from a broad range of disciplines and perspectives.
Alexander Provan, Editor of Triple Canopy, an online journal and workspace, Contributing Editor of Bidoun, an online magazine of art and culture from the Middle East.

Dan Cohen, Associate Professor of History and Art History, George Mason University, and author of Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web.

Anna McCarthy, Associate Professor of Cinema Studies, NYU Tisch, co-editor of the journal Social Text, and author of Ambient Television: Visual Culture and Public Space, and The Citizen Machine: Governing by Television in 1950s America.
This event is co-sponsored by The Digital Humanities Working Research Group, a project of the Humanities Initiative led by Diana Taylor (Professor of Performance Studies, Spanish and Portuguese and Director of the Hemispheric Institute) and Michael Stoller (Director of Collections & Research Services, New York University Libraries) that brings together a broad range of humanists and technologists from across NYU to discuss the role and implication of digital technologies in the Humanities.

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