Digital Humanities Research Institute: Binghamton 2019

Schedule and Curriculum








Each day will be broken into sessions, led by different instructors and graduate assistants. The sessions will include presentations, hands-on workshops, small sessions, and lectures. Participants should prepare the day's readings in advance of our meetings. Downloads and installations will be dealt with on a daily basis during lunch and the wrap-up sessions at the end of each day.

Professor Lisa Rhody will deliver a public lecture on May 28, 4 pm, LN 1302-C. This lecture is entitled, "The Middle Distance: Perspectives on Digital Scholarship," and is open to the public.

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