The Digital Humanities Fellows Lecture Series brings together the campus DH community for the scholarly presentation and informal discussion of specific aspects of digital humanities practice. Each meeting different fellows present their ongoing work before the conversation is opened to both hands-on experimentation and questions and comments. Intended to further the critical understanding and practice of the digital humanities at Berkeley, these meetings are intended for both existing and prospective DH practitioners.

Learn more about DH Fellows' projects here.

 

Spring 2018 (check back for updates)

4/24 Automatically Assessing OCR Quality in the HathiTrust

3/23 Minding the "Digital Gap": digitizing ceramic analysis methods in low-power computing communities

2/26 Lousiana Slave Conspiracies

 

Fall 2017

11/17 New York’s Dutch History: Preparing a Discoverable Digital Resource from Primary Source Materials

10/27: The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead in 3D

9/29: Drawing the Boundaries of Hate Speech