My slides and the rough speaking text from my presentation at the Fourth Texas-Jalisco Conference in Education and Culture, March 22 at the University of North Texas. This talk was part of a panel, “New Frontiers for Research, Teaching and Learning: Digital Scholarship and Latin@ Archives/Nuevas Fuentes para Investigación, Enseñanza and Aprendizaje: Estudios Digitales y Archivos Latin@s.”
I had the privilege of participating in the Austin College Digital Humanities Colloquium this week. My talk, “How Soon is Now?: Being Human in the Digital Humanities” presented three case studies for integrating data (i.e. textual evidence) and free DH tools into undergrad teaching. I borrowed heavily from the idiom of Tumblr to lend a little humor to the talk, and have linked the Tumblr sites I reference below.
My slides from the talk are here:
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Excited to be included on a panel on digital scholarship and Latin@ archives for the IV Jalisco Texas Conference in education and culture coming up on March 22 at UNT.
New Frontiers for Research, Teaching and Learning: Digital Scholarship and Latin@ Archives
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Working in a library has me thinking about my favorite librarians in pop culture. Interestingly, they’re mostly women, which is true of the profession at large, though that’s changing slowly.
Here’s a sampling of my best loved librarians, and library-centered stories, music, and films:
1. Parker Posey as Mary in Party Girl