The 2022 UC Berkeley Digital Humanities Fair will be held virtually on Tuesday, May 3. BIDS Faculty Affiliate David Bamman is on the Planning Committee for this year's annual event, which offers the UC Berkeley community and beyond the opportunity to share projects at various stages of development, receive invaluable feedback from peers, and reflect on the field more broadly. This year's keynote will be presented by Lauren Tilton, Associate Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Richmond. The event will also feature a virtual poster session & social event.
~ 1:10pm: Keynote: Viewing at Scale: DH and Image Analysis — Lauren Tilton, Associate Professor of Digital Humanities
~ 2:40pm: Virtual Poster Session & Social Event
Propose a Poster: Submission deadline, Monday, April 25th
This year's poster session will be held online using the interactive environment on Gather (https://www.gather.town), where participants can present their work, "walk" around and chat with others, and meet other researchers in the digital humanities. All work in the digital humanities and cultural analytics is welcome, and projects can be in any stage of progress. Poster Format: One PNG or JPG file, 16:9 aspect ratio, Landscape orientation, 3 MB max file size.
~ David Bamman, School of Information
~ Sara Ann Knutson, Department of Anthropology
~ Stacy Reardon, Library
~ Tim Tangherlini, Department of Scandinavian
Sponsors: The DH Fair is sponsored by the UC Berkeley Digital Humanities Working Group, The Townsend Center, the Library, and the D-Lab.