Wednesday, 7 November 2012 Pugh Hall, 210 Digital Humanities Working Group (DHWG) Meeting Locating the Real in the Virtual DHWG Conveners Sophia K. Acord, Associate Director, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, firstname.lastname@example.org Laurie Taylor, Digital Humanities Librarian, UF Libraries, email@example.com Summary To begin a discussion, to occur throughout Fall 2012, of archival curation as a scholarly activity, involving collaborations between academic researchers, information scientists, and IT experts. To discuss the theoretical framework of digital scholarship across disciplines. To move beyond an understanding of the digital as a reprod to a discussion of how digital technologies can augment and make possible new or improved studies of archival objects. Agenda Welcome and Introductions Sign Up Sheet and Digital Humanities L@lists.ufl.edu listserv Upcoming Digital Humanities events (see over) Spring 2013 event topics and timings o Please indicate your availability here: http://when2meet.com/?620356 ymf6Y Bruno Latour & Adam Lowe. 2011. In T. Bartscherer and R. Coover (eds.), Switching Codes: Thinking Through Digital Technology in the Humanities and the Arts. Chicago, London: The University of Chicago Press. o Independence : Physical copies were believed to be lost, until a copy was located in the British National Archives in 2010. o The Milkmaid by Johannes Vermeer : Th e holding museum made high resolution files available online to protect and support an acc urate portrayal of the original. o Roman de la Rose Digital Library : With digital surrogates of more than 130 Roman de la Rose manuscripts, this project is an online collection that does not physically exist. Discussion questions: o What are the particular concerns about the relationship of the original and reproduction in your field? (e.g., in art history, some have argued that ma king reproductions available online could reduce travel funding opportunities.) o of texts or artefacts in your field? Can possibilities for digital reproduction open new research questions for you? Other thoughts?
UF Resources/Websites for the Digital Humanities Humanities Center: http://www.humanities.ufl.edu/digitalhum.html Lib Guide: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/digitalhumanities Ongoing DHWG Projects The DHWG is sharing related t eaching resources and syllabi: http://ufdc. ufl.edu/digitalhumanities To include your syllabus, email Laurie Taylor. Supporting Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age: Needs and Recommendations from the DHWG mail firstname.lastname@example.org for access to the Google document As always, any anonymous thoughts can be shared via SurveyMonkey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZHWV9BL Upcoming Events in the Digital Humanities 8 November 2012 1: 00 2:00 pm, Marston Science Library 107 Brown Bag on GIS Joe Aufmuth (UF Geospatial Librarian) 13 November 2012 4:15 pm 215 Dauer Hall Is There a Russian Cyber Empire? Dirk Uffelmann (University of Passau, Germany) 15 November 2012 7:00 pm Ustler Hall Atrium (2nd floor), reception follows How Can We Rehumanize the University, Here and Now? Harry Brighouse (University of Wisconsin Madison) 6 December 2012 2:00 5:00pm Ustler Hall Auditorium Humanities Collaborations / CoLAB Humanities Grant Writing Event 12 December 2012 12:00 1:30 pm Pugh Hall 210 Digital Humanities Working Group Archival Work as Collaborative Activity: The Future of Humanities Curation 16 17 February, 2013 University of Central Florida, Orlando THATcamp Florida (The Humanities And Technology camp) 8 10 March, 2013 THATcamp Southeast (The Humanities And Technology camp) 25 April 2013 Smathers (Library East) 1A 2nd Annual UF Digital Humanities Day