Has your collaborative scholarship necessitated digital tools? Are you looking for additional resources? Please join the Library and LSA Technology Services next Thursday, September 19th for its first ever Demystifying Digital Scholarship.
September 24, 5:30-7:00 pm
in the Atrium, 202 S. Thayer
The current debate over gender-neutral pronouns plays out on college campuses, on social media, and in offices across the country. Why are we thinking about pronouns in new ways? What are the politics and the history of the pronoun? And what do the conversations we are having about them reveal about American culture in this moment?
In May, members of the Precarity Lab retreated to the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Alberta, Canada to participate in a Book Sprint, “an immersive adventure in group-collaboration and shared authorship.” Team members returned with accounts of an exceptionally productive experience and a manuscript for a book entitled Technoprecarious.
Students from the Michigan Humanities Emerging Research Scholars Program (MICCHERS) visited the Humanities Collaboratory to learn about innovative models of ambitious humanities scholarship.
Precarity Lab engages in a Book Sprint, “an immersive adventure in group-collaboration and shared authorship.”
Several Collaboratory team members will be participating in “Making the ‘Future of Work’ Work,” a workshop sponsored by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Hass, Associate Professor of American Culture, will continue to serve as the faculty coordinator of the Humanities Collaboratory effective September 1, 2019.
Recipients of the Humanities Collaboratory Proposal Development Grant–“Expanding the Reach of the Global Feminisms Oral History Archive” and “Documenting Criminalization and Confinement”–were featured in the 4/3 online edition of the University Record.
Social Sciences Academic Press has purchased the rights for a Chinese translation of Hyecho’s Journey: The World of Buddhism. The book was a signature outcome of one of the Humanities Collaboratory’s inaugural projects.
Humanities Collaboratory team Book Unbound was also represented at the Connecting Digital Scholarship event. Nic Terrenato, Ester B Van Deman Collegiate Professor of Roman Studies, illustrated the intersecting areas of the team’s three part project—”a multi-valent inquiry into the possibilities in […]