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Register for DH2011 excursions before Tuesday, June 14, to ensure your spot on the bus! Registration for the excursions and the conference banquet will close completely on Friday, June 17. You can still register for these events, even if you’ve … Continue reading
Fully searchable Book of Abstracts is now on line at http://dh2011abstracts.stanford.edu/. Q. How’d we do it? A. XTF  , and a wee bit of XSLT tweaking. But this came only after a lot (a lot!) of effort converting all … Continue reading
Thanks to Network Visualization guru and Stanford Digital Humanities Specialist Elijah Meeks, we now have a sweet looking node and edge map of everyone participating in DH2011. Check it out here: http://dh2011network.stanford.edu/. Participant and session data was extracted from the … Continue reading
We have now posted a PDF version of the Conference Book of Abstracts on line. Be sure to check out all the great panels, papers, and posters on tap. 6/6 Update: Just replaced the earlier pdf file with one that … Continue reading
Have you registered for DH2011 yet? Early registration will close on June 1, just a little over two weeks before the conference begins. You can continue to register right up until conference time, and even on-site — but all bets … Continue reading
We are very pleased to announce that our closing keynote will feature Erez Lieberman-Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel, lead authors of “Quantitative Analysis of Culture Using Millions of Digitized Books” published in Science (2010). Lieberman-Aiden and Michel are also the key … Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce that the DH2011 opening keynote will be given by David Rumsey, a renowned collector of historical maps, digital librarian, online publisher, builder, and philanthropist. Rumsey’s lecture in Dinkelspiel Auditorium at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, June … Continue reading
The preliminary conference program is now online. Be advised that there may have to be tweaks here and there, but we think this is a fairly stable schedule of sessions.
Our conference services team has now created a web page where you can reserve housing on campus. If you want to stay on campus, please visit https://regstg.com/Registration/Registration.aspx?rid=7f086bd8-74d7-487d-8c2b-8d78759a84b1 and select from the options there.
Our Conference Services folks have now completed set up of the Conference Registration page at https://regstg.com/Registration/Registration.aspx?rid=aa4bd87d-5e87-4f22-b675-ff3fb1bd1da4 Please read the instructions page carefully. Also be advised that the form is not terribly sophisticated and will allow you to double-book yourself by … Continue reading