HASTAC 2015: Exploring the Art & Science of Digital Humanities
May 27-30, 2015 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Join us on the campus of Michigan State University to celebrate and explore a range of Digital Humanities Scholarship, Research, and Performance! The conference features sessions that address, exemplify, and interrogate the interdisciplinary nature of DH work. HASTAC 2015 challenges participants to consider how the interplay of science, technology, social sciences, humanities, and arts are producing new forms of knowledge, disrupting older forms, challenging or reifying power relationships, among other possibilities.
We are delighted to feature the following speakers:
Cezanne Charles & John Marshall, rootoftwo, “Whithervanes: a neurotic, early worrying system THR_33 (Tea House for Robots) (hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers/rootoftwo)
Roopika Risam, Salem State University, “Across Two (Imperial) Cultures: A Ballad of Digital Humanities and the Global South” (hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers/roopika-risam)
Scott B. Weingart, Carnegie Mellon University, “Connecting the Dots” (hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers)
The full conference schedule may be found at hastac2015.org/schedule.
Pre-conference activity: HASTAC Scholars Unconference, May 27
Post-conference activities: Workshop on Text Mining with the HathiTrust Research Center, May 30; Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry workshops, May 30–31
Early Registration Rates have been extended through Monday, April 6 at the rate of $150 ($75 students). Find more information about registration at hastac2015.org/registration