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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Thanks to the grass-roots efforts of some of our favorite faithful DHers (both of whom we really missed at Stanford this weekend!), there are at least two Twitter archives of the outstandingly rich #dh11 conference stream: one by @ernestopriego, a.k.a. … Continue reading
Hard to recognize the DH2011 crew without our yellow tie-dyes: Irena, Marissa, Ever, Kathryn, Cameron, Long, Ryan, and… hey, somebody get those two waiters out of the picture! (Not pictured: Melanie, who was off somewhere making everything go smoothly. Photo … Continue reading
21 DHer’s Showed up for the first annual DH Fun Run.
Alan Liu, Chair and Professor of English at University of Santa Barbara, known for Voice of the Shuttle, The Laws of Cool, Local Transcendence: Essays on Postmodern Historicism and the Database, and now for his work on 4Humanities, will be … Continue reading
The Conference schedule has just been updated. Mostly minor changes: a few room numbers, times, and moving of the fun run to the morning in order to accommodate a very busy series of afternoon/evening events and the hot weather that … Continue reading
The Pre-Conference, Conference, and Post-Conference Schedule is now available on line: DH 2011 Conference Schedule
General Wireless internet will be available to all presenters, as well as to the audience. We’re working to insure that there are ample power outlets for your laptop batteries: knowing our DH community, we expect they’ll be getting a real … Continue reading
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