Tomorrow (Wednesday, January 29) is the Rutgers Digital Humanities Showcase. It’s a packed schedule of presentations demonstrating digital humanities work from all around the university. If you’re in the area, stop by Alexander Library’s Teleconference Lecture Hall. We’ll run from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Full schedule at dh.rutgers.edu/showcase. Free food at the end!
I’ll be giving a highly compressed demo of some of my work on topic-modeling and the history of literary studies. But the main reason to come is the revelation of the broad range of exciting digital and humanistic work that is in full swing at Rutgers.