Camille Villa departing digital humanities program

Cindy Nguyen and Camille Villa at DH Faire 2016

At the end of April 2015, Camille Villa will be departing the Digital Humanities at Berkeley program to pursue new directions in her career.

Camille got involved with digital humanities as an undergraduate. One of her first major contributions to Berkeley’s digital humanities program was suggesting the Free Speech Movement as the topic for a spring 2014 hackathon. The resulting #HackFSM event is still talked about today.

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Praise continues to flow to DH Fellow Elizabeth Honig's Jan Brueghel catalogue raisonné.

The Art Libraries Society of North America recently reviewed the site, noting the “high level of scholarship” Honig displays throughout her entries, yielding, in combination with the site’s “exemplary” design, an “indispensable scholarly resource.” The review's final thoughts celebrate scholarly excellence and the potential of the digital:

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No Legacy || Literatura Electrónica Opening Symposium Revisited

Arzabal, Ortega, and Grigar

On March 11th, an interdisciplinary community gathered at Doe Library to celebrate the opening of No Legacy || Literatura Electrónica The exhibit, co-curated by DH Fellow Alex Saum-Pascual, Assistant Professor of Spanish, and Élika Ortega, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas, examines electronic literature’s roots in Spanish and Portuguese experimental fiction.

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