NYU Digital Scholarship Services has three exciting digital humanities talks coming up in the next few weeks. These lectures are free and open to the public.
Head-and-Shoulder-Hunting in the Americas: Lobotomy Photographs and the Visual Culture of Psychiatry
by Miriam Posner, Coordinator and Core Faculty, Digital Humanities Program, University of California, Los Angeles
Thursday, May 28, 20151:00pm – 2:30pmAvery Fisher Center, Avery Room, 2nd Floor
Data and the Critical Process: Knowledge Creation in the Digital Humanities
by Mark Algee-Hewitt, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities, Associate Director of the Stanford Literary Lab, Department of English, Stanford University
Thursday, June 4, 20151:00pm – 2:30pmAvery Fisher Center, Avery Room, 2nd Floor
Humanities Infrastructure versus the Digital Humanities: Confronting the Legacies of Intellectual Property, Resources, and Labor in the Academy
by Jennifer Guiliano, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Tuesday, June 9, 20151:00pm – 2:30pmAvery Fisher Center, Avery Room, 2nd Floor
These public lectures are part of the Polonsky Foundation Graduate Student Workshops in Digital Humanities, cosponsored by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Division of Libraries.