It’s a busy digital month here.
Omeka Workshop at Rutgers
Conference: Remediating the Avant-Gardes, 10/25–26
This conference at Princeton, convened by the Blue Mountain Project, is focused on the central topic of magazines and digital archives. I am the discussant on a panel on Saturday morning with some very interesting papers, “Navigating Avant-Garde Collections, Systems and Networks” (9:30-11:30 a.m., McCormick 101):
Hanno Biber, The AAC-FACKEL, a Digital Edition of the Satirical Journal Die Fackel
Gayle Rogers, The Spanish Morgue and the Emergence of International Modernism
Thomas Crombez, Digitizing Artist Periodicals: New Methodologies from the Digital Humanities for Analyzing Artist Networks
Upcoming DH\@RU Workshops
See the list of our DH Initiative’s upcoming workshops at dh.rutgers.edu/events/.
After the Omeka session, there follows another workshop led by me, Empowerment Part II, on digital text, markup, and markdown. And LaTeX. That will take place on November 20.