- Session Proposal: Educational technology in language and culture acquisition: LinguaeLive.ca
- Social media and confession
- Session proposal – Digital Tools and Dissertation Work
- [Session Proposal] Online Databases in the Humanities: Organizational Obstacles and Collaborative Solutions
- [Session Proposal] Hidden Traces: A look beneath the threshold with Multi-Spectral Imaging
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Esperanza is joining us from Linguistics at Western! I am interested in Language Acquisition, notably 1) Acquisition of Japanese language case by Anglophones, Hispanophones, Francophones, Germanophones, as well 2) Acquisition of English by Japanese speakers.
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Nasser Saleh, Head of the Engineering and Science Library to THATCamp. I am interested in the social impacts of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) on everyday life. I believe that this event will be … Continue reading
Meaghan will be joining us from Queen’s Cultural Studies! I want to come to THATcamp because I have followed THATcamp twitter feeds from all over for a while now and I would love the opportunity to participate in a giant … Continue reading
We have a number of new registrants that we’re thrilled to welcome to THATCamp QueensU! Over the next couple days, we will continue publishing everyone’s research interests here on the blog so that you can begin to think about sessions … Continue reading
If it is true that digital humanities has become, in the past few years, the new “Big Thing,” it is also true that one of the reasons that this is so is a new-found enthusiasm for technology on the part … Continue reading
Nicky will be joining us from English at Queen’s! I am attending THATCamp so I can learn more about DH and its intersections with my own area of research. Currently, I am working on projects that explore the reader’s relationship … Continue reading
Tara from English at Queen’s will be joining us! I do a lot of work with text/illustration interaction, and it would be fascinating to learn ways to further my research using digital tools and ways to broaden my research audience.
Katie will be joining us from English at Queen’s! I am relatively new to the practices of digital humanities, so I am looking forward to learning more about the different past, present and future projects related to the field. I … Continue reading
Sarah from English at Queen’s: I am currently helping to manage a larger project that surrounds my dissertation on Zimbabwean writer Yvonne Vera, whose personal papers I archived during my masters degree in the Public Texts program at Trent University. … Continue reading
Melissa from Art History at Queen’s: I’m really interested in incorporating technology into the dissemination of research. In particular I’m interested in tools that will help me create different modes of transmission for my work that include image, text, music, … Continue reading